MOULTRIE, Ga. — Three people were indicted separately in a single armed robbery incident, one of many theft cases handled last month by the Colquitt County Grand Jury.
Khalyn Jelks, Karley Bozeman and Alexander Glen Pate were each indicted on one count of armed robbery.
The incident occurred on or about Aug. 10, when a wallet, money and phone were taken from a Moultrie man by people wielding a bat and a metal pipe.
Other theft indictments
• Salandra Harris, theft by taking.
• Jamia Lashay Brannon, theft by taking, simple battery.
• Tawon Jamar Warren, lottery ticket fraud (3 counts), robbery by sudden snatching, burglary in the second degree (3 counts), theft by taking (3 counts), obstruction of an officer (3 counts). Warren is accused of snatching lottery tickets from clerks at Fred’s, Murphy Express and One Stop #1 then running out of the stores on or about March 13. He is also accused of being combative and resistant with three officers who were trying to arrest him on or about March 15.
• Michael Glenn, false swearing, theft by deception, theft by taking. Glenn is accused of taking a 1987 Chrysler Fifth Avenue then pretending to be the rightful owner when selling it as scrap to Cox Truck and Van.
• Stephanie Lee Cowart, identity fraud (4 counts), computer theft (4 counts). Cowart is accused of fraudulently using another woman’s bank account information to pay her own EMC bill for four months.
• Joseph R. Monday, theft by receiving stolen property, driving on improper registration, operating a vehicle without insurance.
• Rodney Shane Fulgham, criminal attempt to commit a felony (2 counts), entering an automobile (2 counts), burglary in the first degree, theft by taking, possession of a firearm by convicted felon.
• Stephanie Lee Cowart, theft by receiving stolen property, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
• Anna Marie Odom, burglary in the first degree. The indictment accuses Odom of entering a residence with the intent to commit a theft; it does not specify whether anything was actually stolen.
Entering an automobile
Indictments of the following defendants accuse them of entering a car with the intent to commit a theft. The indictments don’t specify whether something was actually taken.
• Cedrick Tirise Barge, entering an automobile.
• Demetrius Antonio Roney, entering an automobile, criminal attempt to commit a felony.
• Detaveis Rakeem Andrews, rape, statutory rape.
• Nathan Corey Brotzman, cruelty to children in the first degree.
• Juan Manuel Armas-Cano, statutory rape, child molestation, enticing a child for indecent purposes, interference with custody.
• Tronteria Lanessa Waters, making a false statement (2 counts).
• Quinton Jerome Daniels, possession of firearm by convicted felon, driving without headlights, driving while license suspended, obstruction of an officer.
• Mashawnda Williams, cruelty to children in the second degree, influencing a witness.
• Derrick Jerome Mitchell, driving while license suspended, driving without headlights.
• Ronald Bell, aggravated stalking.
• Daniel Cory Wilson, fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer, driving while license suspended, no proof of insurance, driving on improper registration, removal of plate to conceal or misrepresent identity, defective equipment, reckless driving, failure to maintain lane, improper turn at intersection.
• Johnathan Moore, making a false statement (2 counts).
• Calvin Ray Simpson, attempted possession of prohibited items by inmates.
• Eric Nankivell, aggravated stalking.
• George Boza, fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer (4 counts), reckless driving (2 counts), failure to stop at stop sign.
Accusations are similar to indictments in that they are official charges against a suspect, but prosecution rules allow some cases to proceed with accusations from the district attorney’s office rather than presenting the case to the grand jury to bring an indictment.
• George Darrell Tucker, theft by taking (2 counts).
• Joseph Lynn Gay, financial transaction card theft, financial transaction card fraud (4 counts).
• Norris Lavelle Mcclendon, theft by taking, driving while license suspended.