PERRY -- A Houston County grand jury has indicted a Warner Robins man on charges of aggravated assault and burglary in an incident last month involving the mother of his children.
Kevin Steven Carrillo-Lainez, 29, is accused of attempting to cut the woman with a knife after unlawfully entering her Terry Street home in Warner Robins on Nov. 16, according to the indictment.
He also was indicted on one count each of family-violence battery and criminal trespass, as well as two counts of cruelty to children in the third degree.
In the incident, Carrillo-Lainez also is accused of scratching the woman on the hand and throwing her on the living room floor in front of their two children, the indictment stated.
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He apparently got into the home by tearing a window out of its frame and destroying it, causing about $500 worth of damage, according to the indictment.
Carrillo-Lainez was being held without bond Wednesday at the Houston County jail. He was arrested Nov. 19 in connection with the incident.
Also indicted Tuesday were Preston Lamont Brown, 18, and Kierion Akeavian Mumphrey, 18, both of Warner Robins, on charges of criminal damage to property in the second degree, carrying weapons within certain school areas and reckless conduct.
Brown and Mumphrey are accused of aiding Kehair Yarber in shooting BB pellets into a 2006 Toyota Tacoma with a person in the vehicle. Specifically, they are accused of concealing the BB gun after the shooting, having two BB guns within a school safety zone and pulling up to the victim’s vehicle and shooting a BB gun as if it were a firearm, which caused the victim to believe he was being shot at, according to the indictment. No other information about the March 25 incident in Warner Robins was included in the indictment.
Robert Hugh Calhoun, 51, no address listed on the indictment, on one count of aggravated assault on a police officer. He is accused of firing a round at an “officer’s position” during a police standoff Sept. 23 in Warner Robins, the indictment stated.
Rickeem Armez Collier, 22, no address listed, on charges of aggravated assault on an police officer, theft by taking, fleeing, drunken driving, driving without a license, driving on the wrong side of the road, driving without headlights, reckless driving and failing to maintain his lane.
He’s accused of driving his car into the lane of a police vehicle, causing the Perry police officer to have to swerve to avoid being struck in a Aug. 20 incident in which he is accused of driving drunk in a stolen car, according to the indictment.
Gregory Michael Furner, 26, no address listed, on charges of aggravated assault family-violence, simple battery-family violence, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a first offender probationer.
Furner is accused of discharging a weapon during an argument in the direction of a woman and punching her in the face in a July 8 incident in Houston County. He was on first-offender probation for unlawfully possessing a firearm by a Texas court. First offender status allows an offense to come off a person’s record if the terms of probation are completed successfully.
Thermando Laroy Simmons, 39, Jeffersonville, on a charge of aggravated assault on a police officer. He’s accused of nearly striking a Warner Robins police officer with his vehicle when fleeing the scene of a police investigation Nov. 25, the indictment stated.
Kenneth Decorey Sutton III, 19, no address listed, on a charges of aggravated assault and cruelty to children in the first degree for allegedly shooting at another person under the age of 18 and causing him injury in a Sept. 7 incident in Houston County. No other information was included in the indictment.
To contact writer Becky Purser, call 256-9559.