Former sheriff’s deputy re-indicted for eavesdropping

A Clayton County grand jury has again indicted a former sheriff's deputy accused of recording a co-worker using the bathroom, according to court documents.

The indictment, returned Wednesday, perfects the dates prosecutors allege that Alicia Nicole Parkes used her cell phone to record a co-worker using the bathroom.

Parkes was indicted for unlawful eavesdropping, and surveillance, that invades the privacy of another. The indictment states the dates of the allegations to be between June 1, and July 1, 2010, "with the exceptions of June 4-6, 11-13, 18-20 and 25-27," the exact date being unknown.

In other indictments, Sharon Renee Brooks was indicted for cruelty to children and battery under the Family Violence Act. Indictments allege that Brooks threw a beer can at her child in front of a second child.

• Clifton LaCroix was indicted for unauthorized reproduction of copyrighted material. Police said LaCroix had bootleg copies of the movies "Harry Potter" and "Puss-n-Boots."

• Keyana Marie Williams and Trasheal LaTonya Porter were indicted in the alleged attack on Sept. 27, of Ajaysia Murphy, on Garden Walk Boulevard. Williams and Porter face charges of affray, cruelty to children in the first degree and battery. Police said the two punched and kicked Murphy in the face and body.

• Robert Keith Brooks was indicted for statutory rape involving a 14-year-old child, allegedly on July 13. Brooks also faces charges of aggravated assault with intent to rape, false imprisonment, driving on a suspended license, no proof of insurance and permitting an unlicensed person to drive.

• William Howard Moncus, Jr., was indicted for kidnapping in an alleged incident on May 12. He also faces charges of robbery by intimidation, theft by taking motor vehicle, terroristic threats and acts, battery and simple battery.