Grand Jury Returns Indictments

A Stephens County grand jury has indicted a man arrested after a shooting incident earlier this year on Almond Street in Toccoa.

The grand jury returned a true bill of indictment this week against Glenn Adams, Jr. of Almond Street in Toccoa for two counts of aggravated assault and two counts of possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony.

Toccoa Police arrested Adams last month after he allegedly fired shots at two women in a red pick-up truck on Almond Street on June 6.

Authorities say one shot hit the door, while a second shot hit the doorpost and a third went through the side window visor of the truck.

According to authorities, nobody was shot, but one of the women received minor abrasions from shrapnel-related impact on the vehicle.

Authorities go on to say that Adams ran back inside his home with the gun after firing the shots.

That led to a standoff between Adams and authorities that lasted about an hour until Adams surrendered and was taken into custody without incident.

Meanwhile, the grand jury also returned true bills of indictment this week against Travis-Malik Shavon Campbell of Clemson, South Carolina and Marticus Trevon Gibson of Martin for a charge of hindering apprehension or punishment of a criminal.

The two are accused of unlawfully harboring and concealing Lester Devaria Mosley, Jr. of Central, South Carolina, who was arrested last December in Stephens County on a murder charge in connection with the December shooting death of 23-year-old Clemson student Steven Gregory Grich in Central, South Carolina.

These are three of about 20 true bills of indictment returned by the grand jury this week.

All of the cases will now go to Superior Court in Stephens County.