Alleged gang members indicted in shooting

Two alleged gang members were indicted by a Clayton County grand jury, Wednesday, according to court records. Albert Martinez, 22, of Ellenwood, is being held without bond in the Clayton County Jail on multiple charges. Co-defendant, Marco Aguilar, has not been arrested, according to the records.

Both are charged in connection with a Nov. 9, 2007 shooting that left one of two victims paralyzed on his left side, the indictments allege. Prosecutors said the two defendants were committing crimes as members of the Westside Via Locos, so they are also charged with Violation of the Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act.

Other charges include firing a weapon within a school zone and near a public highway, reckless conduct, aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.

In other indictments:

Dexter Jay Price was indicted in a Nov. 24 alleged domestic violence case involving the mother of his child. Price faces charges of battery under the Family Violence Act, two counts of battery and one count of simple battery. The indictment alleges that he grabbed the woman by the neck, hit her in the face and kicked her in front of their child.

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Terrence Keiff Mitchell was indicted in a Sept. 12 alleged attack on his brother's back that caused bruising and swelling. Mitchell faces charges of battery and cruelty to children.

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Janet Latonya Boddie was indicted for aggravated assault, battery under the Family Violence Act and cruelty to children in the third degree. Prosecutors allege that Boddie put a knife to the throat of Wallace McGhee and bit him, in front of two children.

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Roderick Desmond Williams was indicted in a Nov. 19 rape allegation. Prosecutors allege that Williams choked the woman and pinned her to the floor while he raped her. Williams allegedly hit a child in the chest and allowed the child to witness the rape. He is charged with rape, aggravated assault, false imprisonment, battery under the Family Violence Act, and cruelty to children.

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Gregory Robinson, Jr., was indicted in an alleged Nov. 27 incident that left his child's mother with a fractured left arm. Prosecutors said he also interfered when the woman tried to call 911 for help. He is charged with aggravated battery, false imprisonment and interference with a 911 call.

All defendants should be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.