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Five indicted for Athens home invasion

Kendall Devarious Josey

By Joe Johnson

A Clarke County grand jury recently indicted three men and two women for an Athens home-invasion armed robbery three months ago in which firearms and other items were stolen.

Named in an eight-count indictment filed Sept. 17 in Clarke County Superior Court are Mahogany Marie Hill, 29, of Pastore Court in Winterville; Kendall Devarious Josey, 29, of Spring Valley Road; Arion Shunte Smith, 18, of Highland Park Drive; Donte Omar Tate, 17, of Highland Park Drive; and Kendall Ramon Young, 19, of Towne View Place.

Mahogany Marie Hill

Each are charged with first-degree home invasion, armed robbery, two counts each of aggravated assault and false imprisonment, possession of a knife during the commission of a crime, and conspiracy.

Arion Shunte Smith

According to Athens-Clarke County police, the incident occurred late the night of June 27 in a housing complex off the 500 block of Macon Highway. Police said the suspects forced their way into an apartment occupied by four people.

Kendall Ramon Young

One of the suspects was armed with a kitchen knife, which was used to threaten the victims, according to police.

Donte Omar Tate

The suspects stole electronics, shotguns, knives and a cell phone, police said.

All of the defendants were being held without bail at the Clarke County Jail.

They are scheduled to be arraigned on Oct. 7.

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