If they are convicted, four Warner Robins teenagers are facing at least five years in prison after a Houston County grand jury indicted them Tuesday under the state's anti-gang laws.
Casey Jasper Agee, 19, Demarreya Javone Jackson, 17, Jabari Asim Huggins, 18, and Devontae Albert Clark, 17, each were indicted on one count of violation of the Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act.
All are accused of being part of the Green Street Gang when Agee and Jackson got into a fight with another teenager in the Dec. 4 incident in the front yard of a North Alabama Avenue home in Warner Robins, according to the indictment.
Agee and Jackson were charged with one count of affray. The teenager they fought with was not charged in the incident.
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Clark and Huggins are accused of firing a gun into the residence, which had three people inside. Clark and Huggins also were indicted on charges of aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.
If convicted under the state's gang act alone, the sentencing range is from five to 15 years in prison, said Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney Dan Bibler. He declined to comment on the facts of the case.
To contact writer Becky Purser, call 256-9559, or find her on Twitter@becpurser.