Perry man accused of pointing shotgun at burglary victims

bpurser@macon.comJanuary 15, 2013 

PERRY -- A Houston County grand jury indicted a Perry man Tuesday on four counts of aggravated assault and other charges in a Dec. 14 burglary.

Jimmy Jerome Miller, 24, is accused of pointing a shotgun at four men during a burglary and running from a Perry police detective.

Other charges against Miller include possession of a firearm during a crime, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and obstruction of an officer.

Also Tuesday:

• The grand jury indicted a Warner Robins man accused of assaulting a woman Dec. 16.

Jeffrey Brooks Busbee, 28, was indicted on charges of burglary, aggravated assault, felony battery, misdemeanor battery, kidnapping with bodily injury, kidnapping, terroristic threats, obstructing a 911 call and drunken driving.

He’s accused of hitting the victim with his boots, dragging her feet along the road grabbing her hair and slamming her head into a car window, choking her, threatening to kill her and unlawfully entering her Centerville home with the intent to assault her, the indictment stated.

• Esha Robert Wright, 30, of Centerville, was indicted on a charge of arson. He’s accused of damaging a mobile home in the 600 block of Collins Avenue in Centerville on Aug. 6.

• Anthony Levon Curry, 36, of Warner Robins was indicted on charges of aggravated assault, possession of a firearm during a crime and discharging firearms on the property of another.

Curry is accused of assaulting two people Dec. 6 with a 9mm pistol and discharging it in the 600 block of Miller Drive in Warner Robins.

• Henry Lazaro Valdes, 22, of Homestead was indicted on 11 counts of forgery of financial transaction card fraud. Three credit unions and a bank were allegedly victimized in the Oct. 12 incidents, according to the indictment. Perry police worked the case.

To contact writer Becky Purser, call 256-9559.

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