Continued: Stephens County Grand Jury hands down indictments
Continuing our coverage of the recent indictments handed down by the Grand Jury in the Stephens County Superior Court.
The Grand Jury indicted Gary Lamar Patrick on two counts of aggravated assault.
The charges stem from an incident that occurred on Dec. 29, 2022, when Patrick allegedly swerved his vehicle intentionally and offensively toward two motorcycles occupied by the victims in an attempt to strike said motorcycles and victims.
The Grand Jury also indicted Jessica Marie Dubroc and Jerry Randy Wilbanks on burglary, identity fraud and forgery charges.
Wilbanks was indicted, individually and as a party concerned in the commission of a crime, on one count of burglary in the first degree; Dubroc was indicted on two counts of burglary in the first degree, two counts of identity fraud, two counts of forgery in the third degree, one count of theft by deception, and seven counts of forgery in the fourth degree.
The charges stem from incidents that occurred between Dec. 28, 2021, and Jan. 25, 2022, when the pair allegedly entered, without permission, the residence of the victim, Fred Wilbanks, on Piney Ridge Road in Martin, with the intent to commit the crime of theft. Dubroc also allegedly used the social security card of a deceased individual to open a new checking account under the name of said deceased individual’s retirement account, allegedly wrote numerous checks on the deceased individual’s bank accounts, and allegedly sold a vehicle belonging to said deceased individual.
Patience Abercrombie and Quanace Untravius Abercrombie were indicted for theft by shoplifting.
The charge stems from an incident that occurred on May 10, 2023, when the pair allegedly took merchandise with a value exceeding $500 from Harbor Freight.
Myrisa Shanell Freeman was also indicted on one count of identity fraud.
The charge stems from an incident that occurred on January 6, 2023, when Freeman allegedly fraudulently used a Georgia Driver’s License and a North Georgia Credit Union debit card belonging to another individual.
Brian James Bell was indicted for one count of child molestation.
The charge stems from an incident that occurred between December 1, 2021, and April 5, 2022, when he allegedly committed an immoral or indecent act to a child under the age of 16.
WNEG News will continue its coverage of the recent indictments later this week.