MOULTRIE, Ga. — A Colquitt County Grand Jury has indicted a man accused of stealing a television set and video game system at gunpoint.
The indictment claims Deante Benard Whitaker pulled a handgun on a man on the man’s porch on or about Aug. 14. It alleges he forced the man into the house and took a Sanyo TV and Playstation 4.
Whitaker was indicted on one count each of aggravated assault, kidnapping, armed robbery and home invasion as well as four counts of possession of a firearm during commission of a crime.
His indictment was one of several indictments and accusations related to thefts that the grand jury handed down in September.
Other indictments include:
• Marina Skye Kastelic, forgery in the first degree (2 counts).
• Jimmie Dewey Morris Jr., theft by conversion and theft by taking.
• Christopher Terrez Bennett, forgery in the third degree.
• Larry Lamont Toles, theft by shoplifting.
• Ahygie Shamon Bailey, theft by receiving stolen property and driving without a license.
• Michelle Lee Thurman, Ricardo Sanchez Williams and Drecextel Eugene Robinson, theft by shoplifting. Williams and Robinson were indicted on a secon count of shoplifting, and Williams alone was indicted on giving false information to a law enforcement officer.
• Tommy Lee Pinkins, forgery in the first degree and perjury.
• Manuel Sebastian Ybarra, burglary in the first degree, possession of a firearm during commission of a felony and theft by deception.
• Daminion Demitrick Jenkins, burglary in the first degree, possession of a firearm during commission of a felony and theft by deception.
• Pearl Lawerence Moore, theft by shoplifting and theft by taking.
• Shannon Dale Partain, burglary in the second degree (2 counts), theft by taking and possession of firearm by convicted felon (2 counts). Partain and Kannan Dale Partain, possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug related objects.
Theft-related accusations included:
• Chad Tremaine Daniels, financial transaction card fraud (5 counts).
• Fontella Terrell Jamison, theft by receiving property stolen in another state.
• Mack Arthur Harper, entering an automobile.