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Two indicted on charges of selling synthetic marijuana at gas station

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Two people were indicted on charges of selling synthetic marijuana at a Marathon gas station located at 2406 Gadsden Highway.

According to Floyd County Jail reports:

Salim Sherali Budhwani, 53, of Taylorsville, and Laila Salim Budhwani, 44, were both charged in July with felony counts of possessing and selling drugs. During one raid officers found 113 packets of synthetic marijuana totaling more than 700 grams.

A warrant for Budhwani’s arrest also alleges that he sold synthetic marijuana to a cooperating witness in July of 2016.

Aggravated assault

The grand jury also indicted a Rome man on Friday on charges stemming from a shooting at a local motel in September.

According to Floyd County Jail reports:

Sadarius Antwonn Mathis, 34, is charged with felony aggravated assault in the shooting of a man at the Relax Inn, 1204 Martha Berry Blvd.

The man was shot in the neck, shoulder and hand during the incident.

The charge in the indictment does not necessarily show all the charges filed against a person accused of a crime. Others on the list from last week’s deliberations are:

Eric J. Hunter, obstruction of an officer

Aaron A. Watts, terroristic threats

Robert J. Wright, terroristic threats

Robert J. Wright, obstruction of an officer

Robert J. Wright, aggravated assault

Andre D. Evans, Ronnie D. Roach, Jr., act of violence in penal institute

Hilton Hayes, III, terroristic threats

Jody S. Parr, interference with government property

Marcquell D. Williams, act of violence in penal institute

Sean D. Collins, violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act

Billy J. Rampley, false imprisonment

Milton T. Bedford and Georgia L. Winters, violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act

Clarence C. Neal, violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act

Terry H. Rittenhouse and Ronald L. Smith, violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act

John E. Ferguson, violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act

Randall B. Garrett, obstruction of an officer

James R. Hash, violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act

Jimmy W. Blair, theft by taking

Robert C. Campbell, obstruction of an officer

Titus D. Daniel, possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime

Sylvia A. Sullins, aggravated stalking

Martino King, aggravated assault

Johnathan L. Miller and Leslie L. Stone, false imprisonment

Nadia N. Watley, exploitation of disabled person

Cristian Cornejo-Guzman, Alejandro Cruz, Erick B. Estrada, Mizbar M. Perez and Luis E. Pizano, violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act.

James M. Davis, aggravated assault

Matthew D. Weeks, felony battery under the Family Violence Act

Don D. Allen, aggravated assault under the Family Violence Act

David A. Blalock, aggravated assault

Jason B. Harbin, second-degree burglary

Jason G. Carter, April M. Purvis and Gary L. Purvis, hindering apprehension

Roshard T. Johnson, violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act

Janet L. Petzold, neglect of disabled adult

Jacoby D. Smith, aggravated assault

Nicholas S. Strickland, violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act

Sandra L. Wade, violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act

Tony E. Wilson, violation of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act

Brittany Weatherby, false statements and writings

Shannon M. Lawce, bail jumping

Melissa A. Whitson, bail jumping

Brenda T. Duke, first-degree forgery

Kevin B. Barner, first-degree criminal attempt at burglary

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