NACOGDOCHES, TX (KTRE) - A Nacogdoches County grand jury indicted two men on robbery charges in connection to allegations that they robbed another man outside of a club in early July.
East Texas News obtained a list of the Nacogdoches County grand jury indictments Wednesday. Eltoro Foster, 26, and Audie Ray Williams, 30, were each indicted on a robbery charge, which is a second-degree felony.
In a previous East Texas News story, Sheriff Jason Bridges said the victim placed a 911 call around 6:09 a.m. on July 5 after having money stolen from him outside of Club Metro in Nacogdoches. The victim told dispatch a gold Cadillac drove off, traveling toward Nacogdoches on FM 225. The vehicle was found minutes later. A traffic stop was conducted and the two men were detained at the scene.
Other deputies responded to the scene at Club Metro. The victim says he was shutting down the club and leaving when he was approached by two males outside the club. One of the males demanded money, and the victim refused. The victim was then attacked by the suspects and attempted to flee on foot, but was tackled to the ground. The suspects then took a small amount of cash from the victim.
The stolen money was recovered, and deputies also have video footage of the attack from a surveillance camera at the club.
Foster and Williams were booked into the Nacogdoches County Jail.
The victim received minor injuries from the assault and was treated and released at the scene.
The Nacogdoches County grand jury also indicted Marico Demonze Stotts on two counts of third-degree felony assault of a public servant.
Stotts is accused of resisting arrest and grabbing a deputy's crotch hard enough to cause pain back in March after deputies responded to a traffic problem at the Daddio's Night Club on County Road 122 and found several vehicles stuck in a ditch and blocking the road way.
Karlie Ray Case, of Garrison, was indicted on a state-jail felony driving while intoxicated with a child charge.
According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, a trooper was dispatched to US 59 north of Nacogdoches in an attempt to locate a possible intoxicated driver, in which the information came from a person following her vehicle. While the trooper was on the way, he learned Case had pulled into a home on County Road 130.
The trooper arrived at the home and reported that Case had multiple signs of intoxication and performed poorly on a field-sobriety test.
Case had been driving with a four-year-old girl, who was released to the custody of a family member.