GRAND JURY: Lakeside attacker's charges upgraded; CSH pecan grove "rolling shootout" suspects indicted


Richard Tuberville, accused of seriously injuring two men during a liquor bottle attack late last month, was indicted on Monday on two counts of aggravated battery and one count of simple assault.

Tuberville, pictured on the top row on the far left, initially was charged with aggravated assault, but the District Attorney's Office ultimately decided to upgrade the charges to aggravated battery. Aggravated battery essentially is when a victim permanently "loses" something, whether it's a body part or cognitive function. In this case, one of the victims remains hospitalized, has severe brain damage and is unable to recognize his family members and recall basic information, a family friend told Baldwin2K News. 

An aggravated battery conviction carries a "minimum imprisonment" of five years.

The incident occurred during the early-morning hours of Sunday, Aug. 28 along the shores of Lake Sinclair. The reported weapon was a bottle of Clase Azul Reposado Tequila. When deputies first responded to the RV park, the bottle initially was unrecognizable and "was shattered on the ground into pieces with blood on it," according to a Baldwin County Sheriff's Office incident report.

The disagreement between Tuberville and the two men actually began inside of the bar at Duke's Dawg House on Sinclair Marina Road earlier that night. A deputy arrived and eventually "all parties left by boat."

At some point after that, the same deputy responded to Little River RV Park in reference to an aggravated assault. The deputy first encountered a woman "who was crying and holding a towel to the bleeding head of (victim 2)."

"He way laying in wait for us," the woman relayed to the deputy.

Both men were "on the ground unresponsive," according to the incident report, and victim 2 "had a major head injury and significant blood loss."

Also indicted earlier this week were:

Montavious Lewis, 17, was indicted on one count each of fleeing/attempting to elude and obstruction of an officer. Back in May, Lewis reportedly carjacked a work truck in Sparta and led law enforcement on a high-speed chase through Milledgeville. The incident occurred during the lunch rush downtown, where a number of people were celebrating graduations and the beginning of the holiday weekend. As the chase came barreling toward town, Milledgeville Police Department officers were in the process of laying "spike strips" on Ga. 22 at the river bridge when the truck came into view. Lewis was being chased by the Hancock County sheriff himself, Terrell Primas. The MPD officers didn't get a chance to lay the strips, however, which is when Lewis "swerved directly at" one of the officers, according to investigators. The chase continued through the heart of downtown at speeds between 45-60 miles per hour, added investigators. In late August, meanwhile, Lewis' name was back in the news after he was shot by a Hancock County Sheriff's Office deputy following a reported scuffle on Tuesday night in Hancock County. Lewis was rushed to a hospital in Athens and listed in stable condition. Lewis is accused of stealing a vehicle before a BOLO was issued and a deputy attempted to initiate a traffic stop on Shoals Road outside of Sparta, according to a GBI press release.

• Kibias Maliek Mosley, a prominent and up-and-coming rapper whose YouTube channel has gained more than a million views, was indicted on a laundry list of charges – seven counts of aggravated assault, four counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony, as well as one count each of possession of a firearm by a convicted felony and giving false information. The indictment stems from a "rolling gunfight" that began last November on Swint Avenue and continued through Central State Hospital, where Georgia College & State University was hosting a Parents Weekend event at the Pecan Grove that included a bluegrass music concert and a cookout. One man was hospitalized with "serious injuries" and was in "critical condition," according to investigators. Mosley, pictured on the top row in the middle, then released a music video several months later that detailed his journey. Three other men also were incited earlier this week on the same charges and in connection with the same incident – Jakobe Carnez Brown, Jaquarius Montrell Marshall and Antonio Dante Edwards.


Brown, 19, actually was incited twice earlier this week. He also was indicted on one count of aggravated assault from a separate incident. Brown, pictured in the top row at right, was one of three men involved in a shootout in the Riverbend apartments over the summer that left three people hospitalized. 

Tasia Alexandria Robinson – aggravated assault, simple battery

Ronrico Deon Turner – armed robbery

Daesha Liggins, pictured in the bottom row at left, was incited on one count each of terrorist threats simple battery, fighting/affray and obstruction of an officer. Liggins is accused of causing a scene inside of the Pickle Barrel back in July, punching a female bartender and skirmishing with cops. According to an incident report, an officer reviewed restaurant security of the video, and the video showed "footage of Daesha striking the bartender in the face with a closed fist" and stating "I'll put you in a body bag, (expletive)!" A second woman involved in the incident, Callie Reynolds, was indicted for terroristic threats and fighting/affray.

Darius Alexander Hampton was charged with two counts of aggravated assault and one count of false imprisonment, robbery by force and battery/family violence. Hampton is accused of roughing up a female acquaintance on Karen Circle and threatening the victim with a knife.

Dan Patrick McNeeley, pictured in the bottom row in the middle, was indicted on two counts of theft by taking and one count each of fleeing/attempting to elude, battery, third degree cruelty to children and criminal trespass. The incident took place in January and resulted in a deputy being knocked out of work for a while and a large chunk of tree missing on Irwinton Road. The accident occurred while the deputy was chasing a domestic violence suspect from Colony Farm Road back toward town. In terms of the battery and cruelty to children indictments, (the victim on Colony Farm Road) stated Dan attacked her and grabbed her and thew her through a bedroom window and also destroyed a TV in the bedroom while attacking her," according to an incident report. "(The victim) advised that Dan drug her outside of the house into the yard, where he held her face-down on the ground by the neck." Also interviewed was a 7-year-old girl, who told deputies that McNeeley "busted the window with (the victim's) head."

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Thaddius Bernard Hall, pictured in the bottom row at right, was indicted for aggravated assault on a public safety officer, fleeing/attempting to elude, criminal interference with government property, hit and run and driving with a suspended license. Hall has spent much of his adult life in prison. The incident actually occurred in early June, and Hall remained on the run for roughly a month-and-a-half. Hall's probation officer spotted Hall getting into a white Dodge Challenger and requested backup from the Sheriff's Office. Hall then mashed the gas on Park Avenue and was "coming at (a deputy) at an extremely high rate of speed," according to an incident report. Added a deputy's narrative in the incident report: "I activated my blue lights and brought my patrol car to a slow roll and then stop, partially blocking the roadway to indicate to the approaching vehicle that I intended for them to stop. While this was not a 'road block' and instead a traffic stop, I did utilize my patrol car to partially block the road in order to indicate to the driver I intended to stop them. Since I did utilize my patrol car in somewhat of a roadblock manner, I followed Sheriff's Office Policy by giving the vehicle 'a way out with moderate maneuvering.' With my blue lights still activated and me giving clear indications for the vehicle to stop, the Challenger purposely rammed my patrol car. Due to the rapidly evolving events, I had no time to move my car or attempt to avoid the crash."

Sonya Veronica Warren – third degree arson

Quran Hall – two counts of aggravated assault

Steven Willie Gross, AKA "The Carrington Woods Christmas Grinch," was indicted on one count of porch piracy and one count of possession of methamphetamine. Gross had been out of state prison for a grand total of two months when he reportedly "porch pirated" a series of of packages in Carrington Woods before Christmas. 

Kerrious Sharon Harden – second degree burglary

Calvin Eugene Hooks – kidnapping

Kyle Frank Massie – kidnapping

Isaiah Konija Harrison – four counts of aggravated assault

Verlisa Mullins Harden – false statements; false report of a crime

Javit Raynard Lester – fleeing/attempting to elude; obstruction of an officer; DUI


Trandarious Stephens – obstruction of an officer

Shirley Denise Cummings – aggravated assault

Jaques Montavious Ray – aggravated assault, fleeing/attempting to elude

Tyree Deshon Savior – aggravated assault, possession of firearm during the commission of a felony; possession of a firearm by a convicted felon

Jase Matthew Chester – aggravated assault, battery, simple battery

Larry Bernard Cummings – first degree burglary; aggravated assault

Derrick Fredrick Williams – first degree burglary; aggravated stalking; obstruction of an officer

Robert Morris Bishop – failure to register as a sex offender

Carmelo Antonio Valle – first degree burglary; criminal attempt to commit a felony

Darrell Lee Price – fleeing;attempting to elude; driving with suspended license; driving with suspended/canceled registration

Travis Dwayne Jackson – aggravated assault, terroristic threats

Diego McAlliester Sanford – kidnapping; aggravated assault

James Kendall Ayers – two counts of terroristic threats; two counts of obstruct of an officer; one count each of aggravated assault, criminal trespass and obstruction of an officer

Tamieka Nichole Ansley – executing fictitious checks (two counts); identity fraud

Autumn Kiara Samuels – executing fictitious checks (two counts); identity fraud

Lavosia Shantez Gray – robbery by sudden snatching

Jaderrius Kimon Richardson – robbery by sudden snatching

Xavious Jermaine Spencer – robbery by sudden snatching

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