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Suspects in Augusta man's shooting referred to grand jury

Friday, Aug 30, 2013 6:37 PM
Last updated 8:14 PM
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LOUISVILLE, Ga. — A preliminary hearing was held Friday for the 12 suspects charged in the June slaying of an Augusta man.

After hearing testimony from witnesses, Superior Court Judge Robert Reeves found probable cause to refer each defendant’s case to the grand jury in the fatal shooting of Kenneth Quarterman Jr. Another man, Lewis Charles Brown III, was wounded in the June 16 drive-by shooting.

All were denied bond except Dontavius Tramez Meadows, aka “T”. His bond was set at $100,000 cash or $200,000 property.

The other defendants are Barrington Jermaine Allen, aka “AJ” or “Rude boi”; Ivey Lamar Elam; Shinique L. Flournoy, aka “Nek”; Octavius Desmond Hickson, aka “Tay Tay”; Darius Sergio Jackson, aka “Sergio”; Rajonte Romelle McGruder, aka “RO”; Damien V. Simpkins, aka “Bam”; Dalonte Jerrod Tarver, aka “Blac Boss” or “Big J”; Jason Robert Williams, aka “J-Will”; Jayrin Anthony Williams, aka “Webbie”; Lafayell Deshon Williams, aka “Smooch”.

All the defendants have been in custody since their arrests and each is charged with murder. They have also been charged with one count each of violating the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations statute, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, participating in criminal gang activity, conspiracy to commit a crime, and two counts each of aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of certain crimes.

The drive-by shooting happened in the 500 block of East 5th Street in Louisville.

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nocnoc
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nocnoc 08/30/13 - 09:01 pm
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Look at all the AKA's

aka “T”;
aka “AJ” or “Rude boi”;
aka “Nek”;
aka “Tay Tay”;
aka “Sergio”;
aka “RO”;
aka “Bam”;
aka “Blac Boss” or “Big J”;
aka “J-Will”;
aka “Webbie”;
aka “Smooch”.

This is a group of criminals... plain and simple.

The crime rate in Louisville must have dropped drastically with their arrests.

unapologetik
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unapologetik 08/31/13 - 10:58 am
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The aliases dont make them

The aliases dont make them criminals. Their actions do.

jimmymac
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jimmymac 08/31/13 - 12:06 pm
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THUGS
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It looks like they cleaned their streets of a dozen thugs in one swoop. Hopefully a judge and prosecutor won't slap them on the wrist and put them on a first offender program.

corgimom
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corgimom 09/01/13 - 03:33 pm
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Those nicknames all sound

Those nicknames all sound like baby talk from a 2 year old.

pantherluvcik
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pantherluvcik 09/02/13 - 09:15 am
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Well I call my youngest son

Well I call my youngest son KK sometimes or sweet pea and my oldest son Lil Chris only because his dad's name is Chris too. I guess if someone puts AKA in front of it that makes them criminals. smh

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