PERRY -- An Atlanta man has been indicted on one count of burglary of Verizon Wireless at 766 Ga. 96.
Terrance Marquice Tibbs, 31, was indicted Tuesday by a Houston County grand jury.
The morning of the March 31 burglary, a witness heard a loud bang coming from the vicinity of the store and then saw two men go inside, Warner Robins police said.
Officers responding to the 4:47 a.m. call of a burglary in process saw a dark colored vehicle leaving the parking lot. Officers stopped the vehicle, and Tibbs was driving.
Also indicted was a 26-year-old woman on one count of aggravated assault. The assault allegedly happened during a July 18 argument with her boyfriend in their Warner Robins apartment.
Yakita Sharne Johnson is accused of cutting Quentin Fletcher on his left forearm after the two argued about Fletcher not helping to pay bills related to the apartment they shared together in the 200 block of Northlake Drive, according to a police incident report.
And an Atlanta man was indicted on a charge of fleeing and attempting to elude a Houston County sheriff’s deputy, and 21 other traffic-related counts.
Demetrius Montavis Jones, 30, is accused of failing to pull over for the deputy for speeding 20 miles over the speed limit June 19 on Russell Parkway. A chase ensued through a residential neighborhood. Jones crashed into a mailbox and was captured after a foot chase, according to the indictment.
To contact writer Becky Purser, call 256-9559.