A man accused of pistol whipping another person and man arrested with $40,000 in drugs have been indicted by a Dougherty County Grand Jury.
District Attorney Greg Edwards says 20-year-old Cameron Jackson was indicted on two counts of aggravated assault and theft by taking after being accused of taking a cell phone from 16-year-old. When the teenager's father went to get the phone back, Edwards says Jackson pulled a gun on father and tried to shoot him. The gun did not fire, so Jackson is accused of pistol whipping the man.
The other indicted man, 35-year-old Kenley Grissom was indicted on trafficking methamphetamine, possession of tools for the commission of a crime, abandonment of drugs in a public place, DUI, obstruction of an officer, and failure to maintain lane.
Grissom is accused of having 400 grams of meth worth nearly $40,000 that was found after a brief chase.