Two people indicted in Warner Robins stabbing

PERRY -- Two people were indicted by a Houston County grand jury Tuesday on charges of aggravated assault and battery related to a May 17 stabbing in Warner Robins.

Isaac Earl Hood, 27, of Fort Valley, and Abigail Jean Cundiff, 21, of Warner Robins, are accused of stabbing a man several times causing severe lacerations and puncturing the man’s lung and fracturing his skull, the indictment stated.

The grand jury also indicted Hood on two separate burglaries -- one in the 1200 block of South Houston Lake Road on May 26 and the other in the 100 block of Jessica Drive on May 16.

Also indicted were Damian Sharon Jackson, 18, and Marcress Darrell Williams, 20, both of Warner Robins, for armed robbery and aggravated assault of a man with a .38 caliber pistol March 24 in Warner Robins. Both were also indicted on a charge of altering the pistol to remove the serial number and other identifying information, the indictment stated.

Eddie Ray Bosquez, 41, of Montgomery, was indicted on charges of burglary and the attempted robbery of a clerk at Singleton Service Center and Restaurant at 270 W. Ga. 26 in Elko on March 6, according to the indictment.

To contact writer Becky Purser, call 256-9559.