Houston & Peach

Two teens, young adult indicted in summer home invasion in Warner Robins

PERRY -- A Houston County grand jury has indicted two teenagers and a young man in connection with a summer home invasion in Warner Robins.

Jaroddrick Keyshawn Grayer, 21, of Macon, Deron Lovall Williams, 17, of Warner Robins, and Kentravious Johnson, 16, whose address was not listed in the indictment, were each indicted on charges of armed robbery, burglary and the offense of home invasion. Minors, those who are under the age of 16, are named when prosecuted as adults.

Grayer, Johnson and Williams are accused of robbing a man at gunpoint inside his home in the 300 block of Hidden Creek Circle Aug. 22, according to the indictment. The three are accused of stealing rings, a watch, a cellphone, computers, a television and a video game console, according to the indictment.

Also indicted Tuesday:

Bruce Osborn Key, 51, of Centerville, on one count of aggravated assault and one count of possession of a firearm during a felony.

He’s accused of shooting 38-year-old Thomas Allen Gooch in the back outside his Briardale Drive home Aug. 24.

Key attempted to have an arrest warrant sworn out against Gooch by a Houston County Magistrate Court judge. He told the judge the “action” he took was in self-defense after Gooch allegedly struck him with a tire jack.

Jasmine Rachae Jones, 24, of Fort Valley, on charges of aggravated assault, theft by taking and criminal damage in the second degree. Jones is accused of stabbing a man, taking his cellphone and striking his vehicle several times with a hammer in an Aug. 18 incident in Warner Robins.

Antwon Rashad Green, 17, of Warner Robins, on a charge of armed robbery. Green is accused of robbing another man at gunpoint of $55 in an April 11 incident in Warner Robins.

Jermaine Kidada Little, 33, and Kimberly Nicole Snell, 25, both of Hawkinsville, on one count each of cruelty to children in the second degree. The two are accused of leaving a child unattended for 20 minutes inside a parked car in Centerville on March 22 with the windows rolled up and with outside temperature estimated at about 80 degrees, the indictment said.

Patrice Denise Foy, 49, of Warner Robins, one count of exploitation of an elderly person, two counts of theft by taking and one count of theft by deception. Foy is accused of stealing about $10,000 worth of coins and jewelry from two senior citizens and pawning them under the guise of having authority from the owners to do so.

Heberto L. Hinojosa-Castillo, 46, of Warner Robins, on charges of two counts of trafficking methamphetamine, one count of distribution of methamphetamine and one count of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.

The indictment also named Keimmie DeeAnna Lavender, 18, of Nicholls, Brandon Randall Moore, 22, of Alma, and Bryan Javier Delao-Gallegos, 31, of Warner Robins. Lavender and Moore each were indicted on one count of trafficking methamphetamine, and Delao-Gallegos was indicted on a charge of theft by receiving stolen property. The four were arrested by Houston County sheriff’s drug investigators in August.

To contact writer Becky Purser, call 256-9559.