A Glynn County grand jury indicted two former Brunswick High School basketball players Wednesday regarding allegations of sexual assault against a 14-year-old girl.
The indictment charges Kymani Savion Dunham and Christopher Reed each with conspiracy to commit child molestation and first-degree burglary for entering the residence in the 3400 block of Reynolds Street in which the crimes allegedly took place.
Dunham received charges on individual counts of enticing a child for indecent purposes, sodomy and criminal attempt to commit statutory rape, while Reed’s additional charges included aggravated battery and child molestation.
Both men have been in Glynn County Detention Center since their arrests in late April.
The grand jury also indicted two more men in an unrelated, yet similar case. Keith Jamaal Morris and Jovontae Grant received two counts of allegedly enticing a child for indecent purposes and two counts of false imprisonment, along with second-degree burglary, for acts allegedly committed against two girls younger than 14 years old in an abandoned building in the 100 block of Stafford Avenue.
Morris also took one count of child molestation, while Grant was charged with the additional crimes of aggravated child molestation, aggravated assault with intent to commit rape and aggravated sodomy for what allegedly occurred at that abandoned residence on May 1.
On Feb. 19, Dario Barrando Hernandez is accused of allegedly assaulting an adult female, and was indicted for rape, aggravated sodomy and sexual battery.
Meanwhile, two men were indicted for not properly registering according to sex offender laws because of prior convictions. Steven Garibay was convicted of statutory rape in July 2003, and allegedly did not inform the Glynn County Sheriff’s Office before he vacated his previous registered residence in the 6200 block of New Jesup Highway. Johnny Lee Glover received two failure to register counts because after a 2007 child molestation conviction, he is accused of not telling the GCSO he was homeless, then did not relay his new place of employment.
The grand jury also indicted two people on solely aggravated assault charges. Ciara Laconia Collins received two counts of alleged aggravated assault for cutting a woman’s face in December 2016, though the object used was unknown to the jurors.
Also, Arlene Lewis received one count of aggravated assault for allegedly hitting a woman older than 65 years old with a golf club.