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Pike County tops 700 cases

Felony indictments served

Nearly 70 indictments have already been served after a grand jury session last week and more are still coming.

Of the indictments issued so far, there are several Class A Felonies that will be moving forward to trial if no plea deal is arranged.

Three men charged with first-degree burglary in connection with a 2017 incident were all indicted.

Zarmayah Cabretale Tyson, Johnny James Grubbs and Zaccheus Rezin Tyson were arrested on the burglary charges in November 2017 in connection with a burglary that occurred October 1, 2017, in the 500 block of state avenue.

Troy Police Chief Randall Barr said the three men reportedly forced their way into an occupied residence while at least one of them was armed with a handgun. Once inside, the suspects reportedly physically assaulted the occupants and stole computer equipment.

Darrell Lee Mathis was indicted on a charge of first-degree arson in relation to an incident in October last year when Mathis allegedly set his own mattress on fire.

Brundidge Police Chief Moses Davenport said the incident stemmed from an ongoing domestic dispute between Mathis and his wife, although Davenport said Mathis told police he had set the bed on fire because it had bed bugs.

Patrick Bernard Fuller Jr. was indicted in connection with the armed robbery of a gas station in Troy on Christmas Eve 2017.

Jeremy Tidwell and Tiffany Lowe were indicted on charges of manufacturing of illegal drugs. Tidwell and Lowe were stopped by deputies in September 2015 and officers reportedly found a “shake and bake” device used to manufacture methamphetamine thrown from the vehicle.

Steven Anthony Forman was indicted on trafficking in methamphetamine in connection to an October 2016 arrest. Deputies reportedly caught Forman, along with Joshua Ian Harris, in the act of delivering meth in the parking lot of a local business. Forman was also indicted on four counts of unlawful distribution of a controlled substance linked to an arrest on August 30, 2018. Those charges are Class B Felonies.

Jacorian Trequan Harris was indicted on charges of first-degree burglary and first-degree robbery in relation to an arrest on December 6, 2017. Jamal Hanson Guice also face a first-degree burglary charge after being arrested on December 6, 2017.

Elizabeth Paige Langford finally faces arraignment after being charged with trafficking in methamphetamines in December 2013.

Christopher Jerome Calhoun faces an indictment of trafficking in methamphetamines after being charged in March 2014.

Larry Douglas Davis will face arraignment on a charge of unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance from October 2013.

All Class A Felonies are punishable by 20 years to life in prison. All of the above people will face arraignment  on November 2016.