A Conyers man has been indicted on 38 charges tied to a series of home invasions between July 21 and Aug. 2 that ended in one man’s death, and 10 charges from another home invasion that allegedly occurred in May.
Terrence Darnell Lee, 32, is facing four dozen charges, including two counts of felony murder and 18 counts of aggravated assault in four alleged home invasions.
Lee found his victims by parking at the QuikTrip gas station on Centerville Highway in Snellville and following them home, where he would force his way in and rob the residents at gunpoint, a detective said at an August hearing. During the last alleged home invasion, Lee shot and killed 27-year-old Kemar Hawkins.
Lee had initially been charged with 11 counts of false imprisonment, but those are not included in the two indictments, both returned on Nov. 7. In addition to the aggravated assault and murder charges, Lee’s also been indicted on charges of armed robbery, home invasion, possession of a firearm during the commission of a felony and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. He remains in the Gwinnett County Detention Center without bond.
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