AUGUSTA, Georgia (WJBF) – The suspects allegedly responsible for the death of 8-year-old Arbrie Leigh Anthony have been indicted.

According to District Attorney Jared T. Williams, the District Attorney’s Office presented a 25-count indictment to the Grand Jury against Kendariss Brown, Antoine Redfield, Henri Beach, Destiny Rich and Antionous Thomas, members of the criminal street gang “Loyalty Over Everything” AKA “LOE.”

The indictment was presented in connection with two shootings, to include the shooting death of Arbrie Anthony on January 8th of this year, along with the shooting of two other juveniles in the same neighborhood days prior on January 6th, according to District Attorney Williams.

According to authorities, Henri Beach, Kendariss Brown, Antoine Redfield, and Antionous Thomas, are facing 21 of the same charges, which include for each:

  • one count Malice Murder
  • one count Felony Murder
  • three counts First Degree Cruelty to Children
  • six counts Aggravated Assault
  • six counts Violation of Street Gang and Terrorism and Prevention Act
  • one count Aggravated Cruelty to Animals
  • three counts Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Felony

Henri Beach and Kendariss Brown both are charged with the above 21 offenses while Antoine Redfield has 23 charges, two of which are additional weapons violations charges, and Antionous Thomas has 25 charges, four of which are additional weapons violations charges.

Destiny Rich has the following charges against her:

  • one count Malice Murder
  • one count Felony Murder
  • one count First Degree Cruelty to Children
  • four counts Aggravated Assault
  • two counts Violation of Street Gang and Terrorism and Prevention Act
  • one count Aggravated Cruelty to Animals
  • two counts Possession of a Firearm During the Commission of a Felony

“The breadth and scope of this indictment is a signal to all who are involved in gang violence this community will not stand for it,” says District Attorney Williams in the official press release, “and this District Attorney’s Office is going to use everything at our disposal to remove you from our safe society.”

Williams also states in the release that this case has been referred to the newly formed Violent Crimes Unit for the District Attorney’s Office, and they expect further charges to follow as the investigation continues.

Authorities say Beach, Brown, Redfield, and Thomas are scheduled to be arraigned in Richmond County Superior Court Friday, April 29th.

Count on NewsChannel 6 for more details in this case as they become available.