A Glynn County grand jury issued a set of indictments Wednesday, and included in them are charges against one man for an aggravated assault case and against another man for alleged crimes committed on a minor.

According to the indictment, on July 2, Jason Gathern Wallace threw a brick at one person, and also grabbed a machete and — while walking toward the first alleged victim and two other people — swung the machete back and forth.

Additionally, the indictment alleges Wallace damaged a living room ceiling in a residence in the 600 block of Mansfield Street by beating through the floor above the room.

For these alleged actions, Wallace faces four counts of aggravated assault and one count of criminal trespassing.

In an different matter, the grand jury indicted James Chew on two counts of child molestation for acts allegedly committed on May 28 against a girl younger than 16.

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