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Grand Jury Indictments

The Jeff Davis County Grand Jury last week returned several felony indictments.
Jimmy Lee Hunt was indicted on two charges of burglary in the first degree. He is accused of entering a home on Bill Quarterman Road sometime between February and June, and entering the same home again on June 19.
Steven Antwaun Scott and Raven Thomas were named in an indictment for criminal attempt to commit a felony and furnishing prohibited items to inmates. The indictment alleges that Scott attempted to commit a crime by instructing Thomas to leave marijuana and tobacco at a disclosed location, and Thomas procured for Scott, an inmate of Bacon County Detention Center, marijuana and tobacco without authorization.
Sammie Jones was indicted for sale of cocaine on March 13.
Loren Dwayne Carver was accused of violation of the Georgia Controlled Substance Act for selling Buprenorphine Sublingual, a controlled substance, on March 21.
Marion Richardson III was indicted on two charges of sale of cocaine on April 15 and 16.
Bobby Sherman Smith was charged with failure to register as a sex offender. Smith was convicted of child molestation in 2000 in Coffee County and he allegedly failed to notify the Jeff Davis Sheriff’s Office when he changed his address from 1022 Alma Highway, Hazlehurst, within 72 hours of the change.
Brian Jimenez Chavez was indicted on charges of aggravated sodomy, two counts of aggravated child molestation, and child molestation. All the charges involved actions on May 5 involving a child under the age of 16.
Donald M. Medders was indicted on charges of child molestation and sexual battery involving a child under 16. The actions occurred between January and July, 2017.
Sharon Simmons Jackson was charged with aggravated assault, theft by taking and criminal damage to property in the second degree. She is accused of taking someone’s 2010 Ford F150, attempting to run over a man with it and running the truck into a mobile home.
Anthony Eugene Hosmer and Julianna Sharee Day were indicted on two counts of sale of methamphetamine and a count of possession of methamphetamine. Homer was charged with the sale of methamphetamine on May 17 and 18, and both were charged with possession on May 24.

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