New Bibb County Grand Jury Deliberates 41 Cases Across Range of Offenses

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In Bibb County, on February 5, 2024, a new Grand Jury was sworn in and immediately set to work following an orientation session. Over the course of their duties, the Grand Jury diligently reviewed a total of 41 cases, encompassing a range of offenses.

Among the cases under consideration in Bibb County were three instances of murder, nine cases of aggravated assault, one aggravated battery case, and a serious injury by vehicle case. Additionally, the Grand Jury examined a case involving terroristic threats, two cases of felony obstruction of an officer, and four cases of unlawful violence in a penal institution.

Further cases brought before the Grand Jury in Bibb County included two cases of burglary, two cases of cruelty to children, five cases involving fleeing and eluding from police officers, three cases of failure to register as a sex offender, and three cases of possession of prohibited items by inmates.

Additionally, the Grand Jury reviewed one case of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, three cases related to violations of the Georgia Controlled Substances Act, and one case involving crossing guard lines with drugs.