Bibb County grand jurors indicted six men Tuesday on allegations that they carved the letters “CK” into a fellow Bibb County jail inmate’s cheek in March.
Dalonza Lee Dupree, 26, Donnie Dewayne Battle, 28, Martaviyus Treymoses Collins, 22, Mhakeel Pitts, 20, and Randy Vanshun Rozier, 35, of Macon, and Isaiah Scott Haynes, 18, of Warner Robins, are charged with aggravated battery, two counts of violating the state’s gang act and riot in a penal institution, according to the indictment filed in Bibb County Superior Court.
The alleged victim, 19-year-old Tyrone Davon Stephens, was indicted in a separate case earlier this year, charged with setting fire to a jail jumpsuit, mattress and sheets outside his cell April 18, 2015, while urging other inmates to riot. Stephens had been booked into the jail Jan. 6, 2015, and remains there awaiting trial on charges stemming from the indictment, along with criminal trespass and probation violation charges.
Tuesday’s indictment also charges Dupree with illegally having a rusty nail while an inmate, terroristic threats and two additional counts of violating the Georgia Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act.
Each of the six men charged is accused of being associated with the Gangsta Disciples street gang.