November 29-- A Lyons man has been indicted for threatening a court officer and jurors in Toombs County Superior Court.
A Toombs County grand jury indicted 44-year-old Cornelius Jackson of Lyons for intimidating Assistant District Attorney Charles Howard and 12 members of a jury which found Jackson's son guilty of an armed robbery. Jackson allegedly made threatening remarks after the verdict was announced.
An employee of Vidalia Medical Associates was indicted on one count of theft by taking and another of theft by conversion. Annie Jean Wilson is accused of taking more than $25,000 on each count from her employer.
The grand jury indicted Tyquan Calloway for the armed robbery of Kentucky Fried Chicken in Vidalia last January and for stealing vehicles from Vidalia Ford and T&T Towing of Vidalia.
A woman and three men were charged for the armed robbery of senior citizen Henry Louis Jones at his home on the Lyons-Center Road in October. They are Armeta Griffin, Tyvone Bacon, Terrance Thomas and Jeffery Phillips.
Indicted for assaulting a drug agent is Mario McNeal for dragging Michael Clements in a vehicle while the officer was attempting to arrest McNeal.
Drug related indictments were returned against George Robinson and William Childs.
Two people were indicted for leaving children in a hot car. Artem and Danielle Ishkov are charged with three counts of cruelty to children.
The grand jury also made appointments to the Toombs County Board of Equalization. Jiles McNatt was named to the board and Sylvia Dennis was named an alternate succeeding Herman "Bo" Meeks. Jack Gibson was reappointed to the board.