Bibb County grand jurors indicted four Macon men Tuesday in a May triple homicide.
Lewis Monroe “Bear” Cheney II, 30; Quintavious “Quinn” Isaih Everett, 22; Vincent “White Boy” Lewis, 36; and Rayshawn Reanaldo “Ping” Lucas, 32, are charged with three counts of murder, according to an indictment filed in Bibb County Superior Court.
The four are accused of killing Arika “Lottie Dottie” Jarrell and Ralph Heard in a shootout that followed an ambush and attempted armed robbery near Jarrell’s Fairburn Avenue home on May 29.
Authorities have said Jarrell, 23, fired shots with a 9mm pistol.
The four men also are accused of murder in the death of Terrance “Heavy D” Dent, 25, who was fatally shot during the robbery attempt. Dent allegedly was a part of the group involved in the ambush.
An investigation revealed Cheney, Lewis, Lucas and Everett drove Dent to Lewis’ mother’s home on Grenada Terrace where his body was later discovered.
The bodies of Heard and Jarrell, who were fatally shot in her vehicle, weren’t discovered until May 30.
Authorities have said the men chose their targets while at Wings Cafe, a Bloomfield Drive sports lounge. Jarrell, who Cheney allegedly knew typically carried a large sum of money, and Heard, 32, were at the bar before they travelled back to Jarrell’s house.
Cheney, Everett, Lewis and Lucas are being held at the Bibb County jail without bond, according to jail records.
Information from Telegraph archives was used in this report. To contact writer Amy Leigh Womack, call 744-4398.