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Female inmate indicted for biting deputy

McDONOUGH — A Clayton County man was indicted on charges he molested a minor at a church in Hampton.

Jeffery Dean Moore, 21, of Jonesboro is charged with enticing a child for indecent purposes and child molestation.

Moore’s indictment states that in April, he allegedly molested the child in a room inside the fellowship hall of Agape International Ministries, 4040 Jonesboro Road in Hampton. He allegedly rubbed his groin against the back and buttocks of the child, according to the indictment.

Moore was arrested May 14 and released from the Henry County Jail May 31 on $10,000 bond.

Also indicted was an Ellenwood woman, on charges that she bit a deputy at the Henry County Jail.

Mattie Frances Williams, 46, of Ellenwood, is charged with obstruction of an officer. Court documents state that June 20, Williams bit Deputy William Cook when he was trying to restrain her and move her to a different location in the jail.

Williams was indicted by a grand jury Sept. 27. She is also charged with misdemeanor battery and is being held in the jail on $10,000 bond.

In other court action:

• Jonathan James Allman, 26, of Hamilton, Ga., was indicted for financial transaction card theft.

• Andrew James Moore, 35, of Smyrna, was indicted for theft by taking in connection with three separate alleged incidents from September to December 2010.

• Gerald Aubrey Walsh, 42, of McDonough, is charged with aggravated assault and false imprisonment.

• Micheal Fillip Gamble, 48, of McDonough, is charged with with theft by taking.

• William Dean Morgan, 21, of Stockbridge, was charged with burglary in the first degree.

• Ashley Marie Jones, 26, of Stockbridge, was indicted on two counts of criminal damage to property in the second degree.

• Cassandra Amelila Knight, 39, of Conyers, and Kelvin Hardeman, 21, of Covington, were charged with forgery in the first degree and residential mortgage fraud.

• Jabari Monson, 25, of Forest Park, and Salvador Rivas, 21, and Juan Cantu, 27, both of Hapeville, were each indicted for a violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act and possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.

• Daniel Ray Seay, 27, of Locust Grove, was charged with four counts of Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act.

• Frankie Lea Tucker, 44, of Stockbridge, was charged with Violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act.

• Charles Lee Puckett Jr., 45, of Griffin, was charged with insurance fraud and a false report of a crime.