The Calhoun County Grand Jury returned 10 indictments in its last session, two for manslaughter

By JOEL McNEECE
The Calhoun County Grand Jury returned 10 indictments at its April 6 session, including two charges of manslaughter.


Melvin “Pete Bean” Bailey and Alanna Norwood were each charged with man-slaughter (heat of passion).
Bailey, 35, a native of Bruce, is charged with the shooting death of Malcolm Belim at Oakwood Apartments in Calhoun City in February.
Bailey and Belim were allegedly involved in an argument in the parking lot prior to the shooting. Bailey turned himself in to officers when they arrived on scene.
Norwood, 20, is charged with the stabbing death of Frank Winters, 53, of Grenada.
The incident occurred in January at a house at 309 South Washington Street in Calhoun City. The altercation began with a “domestic dispute” between the two, according to police reports. Winters was stabbed in the chest.
Arraignments have been set for Monday, April 25.
Other indictments return-ed include:
•Lora Brownlee, felon in possession of fire arm.
•Toby Lynn Dye, possession of methamphetamine, manufacture of methamphetamine and possession with intent.
•Terry Hall and Tyler Henson, both with grand larceny.
•Jeffery Jennings, possession of marijuana with intent, enhanced punishment.
•Mose Kelly, burglary of a dwelling.
•Dewayne Spearman, possession of cocaine with intent.
•Amber Stafford, touching a child for lustful purposes.
The Grand Jury report showed 26 more indictments awaiting to be served.

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