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Grand jury indicts teen for south Forsyth fight that ended in gunfire
Tabitha Smith

SOUTH FORSYTH — A Roswell teenager has been indicted in Forsyth County in connection with a fight at a gas station earlier this year.

According to a March 14 Forsyth County Grand Jury indictment bill, Tabitha Abigayle Smith, 18, faces two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon for reportedly firing a handgun during a Jan. 23 fight at the Shell gas station on McFarland Parkway just off Exit 12 off Ga. 400.

Smith reportedly went to the location to fight a 19-year-old from Roswell about 5 p.m.

At the time, witnesses told Forsyth County Sheriff’s deputies they heard a gunshot, though no one was injured.

Two other people, one from Roswell and the other from Alpharetta, were thought to have witnessed the incident.

Smith reportedly left the scene before deputies got there and was found four days later in Fulton County.

In that county, she faces charges for reportedly stealing the S&W Shield 9mm handgun she used in the incident from her parents’ home.

It was not immediately clear whether she has been indicted there.