Two men indicted on 11 charges stemming from robbery in Charles City
Two men who allegedly robbed a Charles City man each received 11 certified indictments by a grand jury during Tuesday morning proceedings in Charles City Circuit Court.
Michael DeVaughan Gordon, 40, of the 500 block of Deter Road, Richmond, and Ahmad Amir Hutchins, 22, of the 9800 block of Tunstall Road, New Kent, were indicted on three counts of use of a firearm during the commission of a felony, two counts of robbery, two counts of grand larceny, and one count each of abduction, malicious wounding by shooting into an occupied building, attempted malicious wounding, and possession of a firearm by a non-violent felon. According to the indictment, from Feb. 16-17 during the nighttime hours, the duo went to the residence of Newsome Green and held him up at gunpoint, stealing a cell phone, computer, and other items.
In other indictments certified by the grand jury:
–Derek Christopher Baber, 47, of the 8000 block of Wynbrook Lane, Mechanicsville, on one count each of extortion and misdemeanor unlawful dissemination of selling or displaying images. Baber allegedly sent threatening text messages to a victim and posted their pictures on a website without their permission, leading to the victim being harassed.
–Torrey Lamar Jefferson, 28, of the 1700 block of Ivy Cliffs Court, Highland Springs, on one charge each of grand larceny and breaking and entering. The defendant allegedly stole medallions, jewelry, a sterling sword, and other items belonging to Charles City’s Masonic Lodge.
–Teresa Fay Lloyd, 62, of the 6100 block of Sign Post Lane, Charles City, on a single count of credit card fraud. The defendant allegedly used a credit card belonging to a member of Mrs. Barbara Slater’s family who had died.