Woman indicted on homicide charges

LAWRENCEVILLE -- A Grayson woman was indicted by a grand jury Wednesday on two counts of vehicular homicide after her 3-year-old daughter died in a January car crash.

Alicia Marie Tubman, 26, was arrested on March 8 after police found that her blood-alcohol level was more than three times Georgia's legal driving limit during the accident. The Jan. 11 single-vehicle crash killed her daughter, Jayla Cook.

Police said Tubman lost the control of her Toyota Highlander on Ga. Highway 124 near Old Fountain Road, striking a fire hydrant and tree. An autopsy later revealed that Jayla burned to death.

* A grand jury found there wasn't enough evidence to continue the prosecution of Thomas Kirkpatrick Ogden on charges of vehicular homicide.

The charges resulted from a Jan. 19 accident which resulted in the death of Mollie Garlington.

* A grand jury indicted Pendergrass resident Christopher Chhoeum Kim and three others on charges of trafficking over 10 pounds of marijuana in Gwinnett County in January.

Kim, also indicted on criminal gang activity charges for his apparent connection with the "Crazy Boy Clan," and Toney Ieng Sao were indicted for carrying an SKS semi-automatic rifle during the commission of a felony.