Murder, drug cases could make court docket

Staff Report

   Six murder cases — including two that could carry death sentences — are listed among pending criminal cases for the January term of Grenada County Circuit Court.
   In the capital cases, teenager Antonio Terrell Brown is charged with shooting another young Grenadian, Simione Hubbard, 22, in March of this year in an apartment on Martin Luther King Boulevard. Brown was 16 at the the time of his arrest.
   In a separate case, Terrance Travon House is accused of entering the home Marvis Terel Swims, 32, on Poplar Street in October 2012 and shooting three people, including Swims, who was killed. Also shot were Chatezes Spears and Somalia Mecole Moseley. House faces  aggravated assault in both those cases.
   Rodney Berry Jr., 22, and Raheem Berry, 21, both face first degree murder charges in connection with the shooting death of Kenneth Maxwell Spells, who was shot while in his front yard on Sweethome Road in August.
   Ladarius Rounds, 16, could stand trial for the murder of Marlon Morgan, 16, who was stabbed to death during a fight on McLean Cove.
   Timothy Ross is charged with first degree murder in connection with the death of Clarence Edward Ford in Sundown subdivision in August.

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