Four more suspects have been served with indictments for a July armed robbery, as well as multiple other offenses, in Lowndes County.
Terrius Monte Armistad, Jeremiah Ratcliff, Kajarius Anderson and Donqarous Stewart were all charged with two counts each of armed robbery. According to their indictments, they robbed two different people at gunpoint on July 9, allegedly taking a car and cell phone from one victim and money from another.
A fifth suspect, Devin Deshon Tate, was served his indictment for the robbery earlier last week.
According to previous reporting by The Dispatch, the robbery occurred at a home on Byrnes Circle in Columbus after one of the victims let the suspects into the residence.
In addition to the armed robbery, Anderson was indicted for shooting a firearm at an automobile and aggravated assault after shooting a woman on May 22.
Ratcliff, Armistad and Stewart have all been indicted on burglary charges separate from the July 9 robbery. In Stewart’s case, he has been charged with five counts of burglary of an automobile.