Houston & Peach

Man indicted on attempted murder charge in Warner Robins shooting

PERRY -- A 31-year-old man accused of shooting another man has been indicted on attempted murder and related charges.

Michael Jermaine Turner also was indicted on charges of aggravated battery, aggravated assault, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, kidnapping, false imprisonment, terroristic threats and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Turner is accused of shooting 34-year-old Keith Brown in the pelvis while holding a woman against her will in an Aug. 13 incident in the 100 block of N. Davis Drive in Warner Robins. No other details were included in the indictment or online police records

Turner has a prior felony conviction in 2001 of obstruction of an officer out of Dodge County, the indictment stated.

Also indicted Tuesday was Travis Lee Clark, 27, of Byron, on one count each of burglary, aggravated battery, battery, unlawful possession of a prescription drug, and drugs not in original container. He was also indicted on four counts of obstruction of an officer and four counts of third-degree cruelty to children.

Clark is accused of unlawfully entering the apartment of a Perry resident with intent to commit a theft, striking the woman and breaking her jaw in the presence of her four children, the indictment stated. He’s also accused of struggling with four police officers arresting him.

In a separate indictment, Clark was also accused of the burglary of a Perry residence June 19.

Others indicted include:

Symphony Alle Henderson-Pitts, 17, was indicted on charges of aggravated assault and carrying a weapon within a school area. Henderson-Pitts is accused of lunging at and attempting to stab another person with a box cutter within the school safety zone of the Northside High School farm on April 28.

Paul Penngotis Lane Jr., 31, of Warner Robins, was indicted on one count of aggravated battery for allegedly beating another man in the head and face with his fists in a July 2 incident in Warner Robins.

Holly Ann Sizemore, 37, of Warner Robins, was indicted on one count of armed robbery for allegedly taking an undisclosed amount of cash at gunpoint from a man in a July 17 incident in Warner Robins.

Tanenzia Andreya Blackshear, 19, of Warner Robins, was indicted on aggravated assault and trespassing charges. She’s accused of trying to stab another woman with a knife and slashing the tire of another person in a Jan. 25 incident in Perry.

Wayne Andrew Walker, 47, of Warner Robins, was indicted on charges of exploitation and intimidation of a disabled adult and financial transaction fraud. Walker is accused of exploiting the resources of a disabled adult by using the victim’s credit card to purchase things for himself, according to the indictment.

In a separate indictment, Walker is accused of two residential burglaries and a loitering incident in Warner Robins in June.

Ronald David Cofield, 44, of Warner Robins, was indicted on six counts of burglary. He is accused of burglarizing storage units of apartments on Woodcrest Boulevard in Warner Robins in April.

Jessica Renee Hall, 36, of Abbeville, Alabama, was indicted on one count of theft by taking by fiduciary. She’s accused of taking checks and money orders from Abra Auto Body & Glass in Warner Robins between November 2012 and April 2013, the indictment stated.

Thaddeus Lang Melvin, 20, of Perry, was indicted on a charge of aggravated assault by allegedly using her vehicle to strike another woman’s vehicle at a high rate of speed on Sept. 13 in Perry.

Rashaad Dyquann Williams, 26, of Kathleen was indicted on charges of aggravated assault and battery. He’s accused of threatening another man with a firearm and punching him in the face in a Jan. 4 incident in Houston County.