June 6--  A Toombs County grand jury has returned 28 indictments including two for vehicular homicide.

Marcus Toby was indicted in connection with the accident which killed Keneisha Simmons on Halloween, 2010.  He allegedly was driving under the influence of alcohol when his speeding vehicle ran off the C.V. Mosley Road and hit an utility pole.  Simmons died when she was thrown from the vehicle.

In the second case, Carlos Williamson was allegedly under the influence of drugs on June 25, 2011 when his pickup truck overturned on the Durham Mosley Road and ejected his wife, Jessica Marie Durden, who was killed.  Williamson's drivers license had been suspended prior to the accident.

The grand jury indicted 20 people on drug-related charges.  They are James and Miranda Campbell, Alexander Worthy, Sherod Cook, Susan Mendoza, Stephen McKee, Tiffany Hunt, Wilbert Baldwin, Jose Pacheco, Ronald Craig, Stephen Jones, Antonio Mayweather, Samantha Deen, Cynthia Babcock, Thomas Seagraves, Brandon Scott, Marylyn Fulmer, Sharon Bolton, Christa Choate, Shonda Spann and Tyrone Stafford, Jr.

Indicted for sexual offenses are Ricky Edwards for incest and statutory rape and Robert Powell for rape and aggravated sodomy.

In other cases, James Campbell was indicted for burglary; Brandon Hamilton, Michael Evers and Eric McGahee face theft by taking indictments; Tyrone Stafford, Jr. for theft by deception; Diana McCoy for credit card fraud; and William Robinson, III for shoplifting. 

Reginald Morris, Jr. was indicted for arson, terroristic threats and stalking.

The grand jury also appointed Jiles McNatt (Mac) Barfield to the Board of Equalization as an alternate member to replace George Chapman, Sr. at the end of his term.