The Forsyth County grand jury has indicted three men who were arrested in connection with an October home invasion in Cumming.
Yusef Davis, 26, and Shaeem McLaren and Robert Nash, both 21, have been indicted on one count each of armed robbery, aggravated assault, burglary in the first degree and theft by taking.
The three men, all of Cumming, are accused of taking money, jewelry, an iPod and Playstation 3 gaming system from a Clayton Circle home while armed with a handgun.
The robbery in Adair Park subdivision took place about 3:30 p.m. Oct. 9.
During the robbery, the resident was allegedly held at gunpoint and pistol whipped, according to Cumming police.
In other indictments handed down by the grand jury last week:
• A man accused of stabbing his stepfather in the neck at church was indicted on one count of family violence aggravated assault by the grand jury.
Christian Guerndt, 17, of Gainesville was arrested following the incident during Sunday services Oct. 28 at Mercy Fellowship Church.
• Also indicted were two accused peeping Toms.
Stephen Roegge, 55, of Alpharetta was indicted for invasion of privacy in reference to a July 2 incident at Firehouse Subs at Bethelview Road and Hwy. 9.
The indictment accuses Roegge of using a cell phone camera to photograph a 34-year-old woman underneath her skirt.
In a separate unrelated incident, 25-year-old Mateo Lopez of Roswell was indicted for invasion of privacy.
Lopez allegedly used his cell phone to record a woman in the restroom at ’Cue Barbecue on Buford Highway.
• David William Hatch, 19, of Cumming was indicted on one count each of impersonating an officer and making a false statement.
Hatch was arrested by the sheriff’s captain he’d allegedly been impersonating on Nov. 16, according to a sheriff’s report.
The report stated that he used the name to call a father and tell the man his son had possessions from someone else in an attempt to retrieve them.
The indictment also accuses Hatch of giving the captain a false telephone number for his mother.