LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - An Angelina County grand jury indicted a 19-year-old Lufkin man on unrelated felony charges of aggravated robbery and manslaughter.
Kentavian Juanaya Holman's charges stemmed from allegations that he robbed an elderly woman at knife point in September and killed a young man when he threw a golf club at the victim during an altercation in March.
Holman was one of 45 people indicted by the Angelina County grand jury. Collectively, his bail has been set at $275,000, and he was booked into the jail on the aggravated robbery charge on Sept. 3
East Texas News obtained a copy of the grand jury indictment list on Friday.
In a previous East Texas News story, Peggy Beddingfield, the victim, said that the suspect, who was later identified as Holman opened the front door of her home on Hackney Street and walked in.
"He said, 'Where is your money?' and I said, 'Well, who are you," Beddingfield said.
Beddingfield said Holman threatened her with a knife and threw her walker across the room. The victim also said as Holman made his way through her house, she kept praying that he wouldn't hurt her.
The press release stated that Holman took approximately $40 in cash and coins from Beddingfield and then fled on foot. A witness recognized Holman and saw him drop the knife as he ran away from the scene of the robbery.
Holman was arrested on a second-degree felony manslaughter charge on March 11 after he turned himself in at the Angelina County Jail. He posted a $5,000 bail and was released later that day.
According to a previous East Texas News story, the manslaughter charge stemmed from an incident in which a Lufkin man died as result of being struck in the head by a gold club thrown by Holman.
Holman was allegedly part of a Feb. 23 altercation that involved two groups of young adults and juveniles that started at the McDonalds on South Timberland Drive and continued at a second location, the corner of Sunset Boulevard and South Raguet Street. When the first group started walking away, Holman's group started thrown sticks and other objects, including the golf club that struck Leonardo Garcia in the head.
Garcia's father found his son dead at his home about 12 hours later.
The Angelina County grand jury also indicted Lindsey Shaye Walker, of Huntington, on a state-jail felony driving while intoxicated with a child charge.
A Texas Department of Public safety trooper arrested Walker on June 20 after she allegedly almost hit another driver on U.S. Highway 69 south of Lufkin. A press release stated that Walker had her 1-month-old son in the 2013 Dodge pickup she was driving.
Walker allegedly exhibited signs of intoxication and failed the field sobriety test, according to a previous East Texas news story.
Jacorie Jamile Mitchell, of Diboll, was indicted on an indecency with a child charge in connection to allegations that he molested at 7-year-old girl while they were watching a movie at a residence on White Oak Street in Diboll back in 2006.
The victim made an outcry about the alleged crime in April. According to a previous East Texas News story, Mitchell failed a polygraph test and allegedly admitted to touching the girl.
The Angelina County grand jury also indicted three of the four people who allegedly kidnapped a Diboll man and took him to a home, where they allegedly hit, kicked, and choked him back on July 26. A press release stated that they also sicced a dog on the victim.
Antone James Leslie Hereaux, Benny Dewayne Free, and David Dailey were all indicted on felony aggravated assault and unlawful restraint charges. Heraux was also indicted for felony aggravated robbery.
William Trent Clark, of Lufkin was indicted on a felony indecency with a child by sexual contact charge. The charge stems from allegations that he touched an underage girl inappropriately, sent her explicit text messages, and tried to climb into bed with her in October, 2013.