A Glynn County grand jury on Thursday indicted a man suspected of committing multiple sex crimes against a family member, nearly three months after he was arrested.

Herbert K. Mack Jr., 34, faces three counts of sexual battery against a child under 16, three counts of child molestation and one count each of incest and aggravated child molestation. The crimes allegedly occurred Jan. 20, Jan. 21-23 and Jan. 24-July 20.

The grand jury additionally re-indicted Caleb Alston on a modified set of charges for sex crimes against a child allegedly committed Feb. 12. He is charged with aggravated child molestation and two counts of sexual battery against a child under 16. Alston’s age was not immediately available.

The grand jury also re-indicted Harrison C. Lewis, 22. Lewis faces charges of malice murder, felony murder, aggravated assault, battery and hindering an emergency phone call for alleged actions that led to the death of his roommate, Jerry D. Lewis, 58, and injuries to his father, Charlton Lewis, 55, at a residence in the 100 block of Simon Drive.

Amber D. Arnette, 42, was indicted for aggravated assault, terroristic threats and three counts of illegal discharge of a gun for allegedly pointing a gun at the alleged victim, threatening to kill them and then taking three shots at them during an altercation Sept. 4 near Kentshire Street.

The grand jury also indicted a man already serving time. Patrick H. Sanders stands accused of obstruction of an officer and terroristic threats for allegedly throwing urine on a Glynn County correctional officer Aug. 6, 2016, and then threatening bodily harm against a different officer.

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