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- A Canton man was beaten and robbed in March.
- Six people accused of being Ghost Face Gangsters were indicted.
- Heather Rodgers is one of two people accused of stabbing the man.
Six alleged Ghost Face Gangsters were indicted Dec. 12 on charges related to the beating and stabbing of a Canton man, officials said.
The group beat a man as they broke into his car March 8, according to the indictment.
All six are charged with at least one count of violating the Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act.
The man was beaten with a belt and buckle by one of the alleged gang members and stabbed by two others, the indictment states.
Additionally, Houston Halton Garner III, 29, of Waleska, faces assault and battery charges; William Jeff Goodman, 24, of Canton, faces aggravated assault charges; Michael Lloyd Gravely, 26, Corey James Ray, 34, and Frankie Cain Gilley, 22, of Canton, face an assault charge each.
Heather Grace Rodgers, 20, of Hiram, was indicted on charges of aggravated assault, criminal trespass and entering an automobile. She allegedly broke into the man’s 1994 pickup truck to steal a white bandanna, the indictment states.
Goodman and Rodgers are both accused of stabbing the man, according to the indictment.
Garner, Goodman, Gravely, Ray and Gilley are being held at the Cherokee County jail without bond, Cherokee County sheriff’s spokeswoman Sgt. Marianne Kelley said.
Rodgers was released Nov. 14 on a $15,000 bond to another jurisdiction with active warrants against her, she said.
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