Bonaire man went walking with no pants, indictment alleges

bpurser@macon.comJune 20, 2013 

PERRY -- A Bonaire man faces public indecency and other charges after he was found walking near Russell Parkway in Warner Robins “not wearing any pants or underwear,” according to a Houston County indictment.

Timothy John Hoskins, 28, was also indicted Tuesday on charges of public drunkenness, battery, felony obstruction of an officer and misdemeanor obstruction of an officer on Jan. 3.

Hoskins is also accused of biting the thigh of one of the Warner Robins officers who arrested him during the incident near the 800 block of Russell Parkway. Hoskins also allegedly struggled and resisted a second officer who was helping take him into custody.

Dillon Wayne Rigby, 21, was indicted on charges of forgery and false statements and writings for signing traffic citations July 14, 2012 within the jurisdiction of the Houston County Sheriff’s Office. He was also indicted on charges of driving with a suspended or revoked license and operating a vehicle without a license tag or current decal. No other information was included in the indictment.

Three people were indicted in separate cases for allegedly having a weapon on the property of Northside High School in Warner Robins.

Chermaine Latohia Lowe, 19, of Byron was indicted on charges of carrying weapons on school property and of battery in a Jan. 29 incident. She’s accused of cutting another person with a razor. The indictment specified that the razor was “an eyebrow archer.”

Jaudarius Akrelly Dorsey, 19, of Warner Robins was indicted on a charge of carrying weapons on school property. He allegedly had a “800-type Taser” on school property Feb.6.

Andre Keith Turner, 19, of Warner Robins was indicted on charges of carrying weapons on school property. He’s accused of having a knife with a blade at least 2 inches long while on school property Feb. 27.

To contact writer Becky Purser, call 256-9559.

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