MOULTRIE, Ga. — Three men accused of shooting a Moultrie man multiple times during a robbery attempt were indicted last week by a Colquitt County Grand Jury.
Kree Unique Herring, Billy Drequan Stafford and Zytreckius KeyTwain Ellis are being prosecuted separately. Their cases are among multiple true bills that the grand jury handed down in incidents of violence.
Each of the three defendants faces 13 charges: conspiracy to commit armed robbery and burglary, two counts of burglary in the first degree, four counts of possession of a firearm during commission of a felony, conspiracy to commit a felony, two counts of aggravated assault and three counts of aggravated battery.
According to police reports at the time of the May 5 home invasion, Mardez Miles, 21, was at his residence on Sixth Street Northwest with two 18-year-old acquaintances — identified by police as Stafford and Herring. About 11 p.m., another man — whom police identified as Ellis — entered the residence and opened fire.
The indictment describes serious injury to Miles’ abdomen due to the bullet wounds.
Among other indictments:
• Brian Scott Collins and Hunter Blake Hancock, conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, false imprisonment, two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of aggravated battery and one count of battery. Collins and Hancock are accused of attacking a man in the bathroom of Blue Sky Grill on or about June 15 and causing severe injury to the victim’s eye. A second man was also assaulted but was hurt less severely, according to the indictment.
• Jose Quadalupedima San-Nicolas, two counts aggravated assault and one count aggravated battery. He’s accused of intentionally running over a man with a pickup truck on or about April 22.
• Andy Bradshaw, aggravated assault, possession of a knife during commission of a crime, aggravated battery and battery in connection with a stabbing incident on or about April 14.
• Horace Donald Jolly, two counts aggravated assault (family violence) and one count each of battery (family violence), false imprisonment and obstruction of an officer. Jolly is accused of assaulting a woman with a baseball bat and a mop on or about June 19.
• Archie Jerome Hampton, aggravated battery, aggravated assault and possession of a knife during commission of a felony. Hampton is accused of striking a man in the face and arm with a blade on or about May 29.
• Tawon Jamar Warren, aggravated assault, obstruction of an officer and battery. He is accused of digging his fingernails into the face and scalp of a Colquitt County jailer on or about April 15.
• James Hancock, two counts battery (family violence) and one count each sexual battery, aggravated assault, criminal damage to property in the second degree and false imprisonment. The incident happened on or about June 3.
• Ismael Estefes, enticing a child for indecent purposes, rape and statutory rape. The incident happened in the summer of 2015.
In another case, an accusation was filed against Josh Grantham, accusing him of aggravated assault and battery (family violence) in connection with an incident April 19.
The grand jury reviews cases presented by the district attorney to determine if there is enough evidence to proceed to trial. If so, it files a true bill, such as the ones described here. If not, it files a no bill. An accusation is filed by the district attorney without review by the grand jury.