Two men indicted for August Waffle House shooting.
MACON, Ga. -- Two men were indicted on Tuesday in the August shooting of two men at a Macon Waffle House.
Johntellis Montez Mathis and Christopher Allen Powell were indicted on multiple counts of the Violation of Street Gang and Terrorism and Prevention Act and two counts of aggravated assault for reportedly beating and shooting at two men on August 30. Mathis also faces another count for possession of a firearm by a probationer.
According to the indictment and the Bibb County Sheriff's Office, Mathis and Powell, reportedly shot, hit and kicked Kevin Grayer and shot at Winifred Davis at the Rocky Creek Rd. Waffle House just after 3 a.m. Aug. 30.
Mathis is accused of being in possession of an assault rifle during the shooting.
The indictment also accuses Mathis and Powell of being members of the Blacc Team, a part of the Gangsta Disciples, which is a known criminal street gang.
It was reported in August that Grayer was shot in the leg and Davis was grazed by a bullet in the shooting. They were not seriously injured.
Mathis was arrested two days after the shooting.