The murder indictment leads 25 True Bills of Indictment that were returned by a Polk County Grand Jury on Feb. 4.
Additional felony indictments were handed down on cases involving vehicular homicide, kidnapping and a robbery by force.
According to Polk Superior Court records, Terrance Lamar Mayo-Ware has been indicted for the death of Samuel Castillo and seriously wounding Juan Peralta on Dec. 1, 2001.
Police accounts state Castillo and Peralta were inside a car, when Mayo-Ware shot at both men.
Castillo died from his injuries sustained from the gunshot and Peralta was transported to Floyd Medical Center for treatment of his injuries.
Mayo-Ware’s charges include murder, felony murder, two counts aggravated assault and possession of a firearm during the commission of a crime.
He also faces a separate indictment of aggravated assault, from an incident occurring on June 29, 2001.
In that offense, Mayo-Ware allegedly assaulted Sean Collins with a firearm.
A vehicular homicide indictment was given to Thomas Alvin Marsh for a traffic accident occurring on July 19, 1998.
Following an investigation by the Georgia State Patrol, Marsh was charged with the death of Vernon Lambert.
According to the indictment, Marsh traveled through an intersection on Highway 27 while driving a “bobtail” tractor and struck Lambert.
Marsh was charged with vehicular homicide in the second degree, because he caused the death without intending to do so, the indictment notes.
He was also accused of reckless driving, speeding and following too closely.
Stanley Lydell Hamilton was indicted for kidnapping and assaulting a female victim in November.
The indictment states Hamilton abducted Sandra Rogers on Nov. 14, 2001 and held her against her will. He also wielded a knife during the attack.
Two men face charges of robbery, from an incident also occurring in November.
Howell Lee Costlow, Jr., and Michael Todd Payne were each indicted for robbing Walther Wolfe of Aragon on Nov. 29, 2001. The indictment states the men used force and intimidation.