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Andrew Martin “Man” Holiday entered a plea of guilty to one count of Trafficking Methamphetamine and two counts of Sale of Methamphetamine.

On  Thursday,  March  20,  2014,  Andrew  Martin  “Man”  Holiday  entered  a  plea  of  guilty  to  one
count  of Trafficking  Methamphetamine  and  two  counts  of  Sale  of  Methamphetamine.    He  was
sentenced  by  visiting Judge  Tillman  Self,  III,  to  10  years  in  prison,  followed  by  10  years  on
probation, a fine in the amount $200,000.00 along with other terms of probation.

Between November  8,  2012  and January  10,  2013  a joint investigation  by the Houston County
Sheriff’s Office  and the Warner Robins Police Department shut  down  a major Houston County
drug distribution organization. The organization was based in Kathleen, GA, at the Holiday family
compound.  The investigation ended on January 10, 2013 with the execution of numerous search
warrants in Houston County.  On that day law enforcement officers from multiple agencies served
seven  search  warrants  simultaneously.  Police  recovered  in  excess  of  six  ounces  of
methamphetamine, numerous growing marijuana plants, prescription drugs, multiple firearms, and
over $60,000.00 in cash.

Andrew  Holiday  was  the ring  leader  of  this  criminal  organization.  He  and  co­defendant  David
Baker, who previously pleaded guilty  and is  currently serving his sentence, lived in  a trailer on
Milton  Holiday’s  property.  A  large  quantity  of  methamphetamine  was stored  at  the  trailer  and
other locations around the Holiday property.  Several actual drug transactions occurred at another
trailer located on Holiday Circle in Kathleen as well as other locations in Houston County.
Also yesterday, another co­conspirator, Michael Lofton, entered a plea of guilty to one count of
Conspiracy to Distribute Marijuana under the same indictment.  He was sentenced to 2 years in
prison followed by 6 years on probation and a $1,000.00 fine along with other terms of probation.
This  case  was  prosecuted  by  Assistant  District  Attorneys  Kirby Wincey  and  Daryl  Manns.  For
additional information, call ADA Kirby Wincey @ 478­218­4810.




This morning, Judge George Nunn sentenced Sheila Henderson to 10 years in the death of Andrew
Calloway. Ms. Henderson entered a plea of guilty without recommendation to the charges of
Involuntary Manslaughter and Cruelty to Children. After a lengthy sentencing hearing, Judge
Nunn sentenced her to 10 years of which she must serve the first 2 in the Houston County Jail.
Ms. Henderson was taken into custody immediately. As part of her sentence, Ms. Henderson is
forbidden to run any more day care facilities. During the sentencing hearing witnesses spoke on
behalf of Ms. Henderson, who had never had any problems with the law before. The judge also
heard from the parents of Andrew, Brittany and Andrew Calloway.
In July 2011, Ms. Henderson was running an in-home day care center. Ms. Henderson and
another family member took the children to church and then out to eat. After returning home, Ms.
Henderson went inside with another child and presumed that someone had brought in Andrew.
Andrew had fallen asleep in the car and did not get out. Ms. Henderson believed that he was
napping on the floor but did not verify that it was him. In fact, Andrew remained in the hot car for
over an hour. The temperature that afternoon was in the mid 90s. Andrew suffered heat stroke and
died as a result. He was three years old.

QUOTE FROM ERIKKA B. WILLIAMS CHIEF ADA: We are extremely pleased with the Judge's
sentence. We believe that justice has been served for little Andrew. This was a tragic incident but
was avoidable had Ms. Henderson taken certain precautions in her role as a day care provider.
Nothing that we did today could bring back Andrew but this guilty plea and sentence are a step
towards healing for these grieving parents.

Ms. Henderson was represented by Greg Bell.

TERRANCE KING SENTENCED TO 30 YEARS FOR STATUTORY RAPE Terrance Lamont King (34) of Eastman, Georgia was convicted by a jury yesterday (December 12, 2013) of one count of Statutory Rape, one count of Aggravated Child Molestation, and one count of Entici



Terrance Lamont King (34) of Eastman, Georgia was convicted by a jury yesterday (December 12, 2013) of one count of Statutory Rape, one count of Aggravated Child Molestation, and one count of Enticing a Child for Indecent Purposes in the Superior Court of Houston County, the Honorable Edward D. Lukemire presiding. He was sentenced this morning by Judge Lukemire to 30 years in prison, followed by probation for life. He will be required to register as a sex offender, and upon his release from prison, he will be banished from Houston County as well as all contiguous counties.


King was the pastor at a small church in nearby Hawkinsville, Georgia from 2010 until January of 2013. The victim and her family were lifelong members of the church community. In November of 2012, when the victim was age 15, King picked her up in his vehicle before school one morning, drove her to a hotel in Perry, Georgia, where he engaged in sexual intercourse with her, as well as an act of oral sex. The victim disclosed this to her mother several weeks later after an inappropriate Facebook chat between the two was discovered.


COMMENTS FROM ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY MARK W. ANTHONY: What makes this case especially egregious is the fact that the defendant was the victim’s pastor, someone that she and her whole family looked up to, trusted, and loved. He betrayed them and the entire church community by using his position to seduce this young woman, making her believe that they were in a dating relationship, and then exploiting her innocence and infatuation for his own lurid purposes. Given the abuse of his position of authority and status as a role model, we consider the sentence fair and just.


COMMENTS FROM DISTRICT ATTORNEY GEORGE HARTWIG: The defendant in this case brought the victim into Perry from another community altogether, and consummated his manipulation of her here. The DA’s office will not tolerate this kind of abuse of a minor in Houston County.


Assistant District Attorney Mark W. Anthony acted as lead prosecutor for the case on behalf of the State. Mr. King was represented by Nick White, Circuit Public Defender. Questions about the case may be referred to Mr. Anthony at (478) 218-4810.

Jose Garcia Sentenced to Life for Wife's 2012 Murder

Jose Garcia, 47, of Warner Robins pleaded guilty today (Nov. 25, 2013) to one count charge of murder for the killing of his wife, Maria Garcia, on August 23, 2010. He admitted his guilt before Houston Superior Court Judge Katherine Lumsden, who immediately sentenced Garcia to LIFE in prison with the possibility of parole.



David Michael Clayboss Sentenced to 25 Years in Prison

David Michael Clayboss, 63, of Warner Robins, was sentenced on November 14, 2013 by Judge Edward D. Lukemire to 25 years to serve the first 15 years in prison. On August 13, 2013, Clayboss was convicted by a jury of Aggravated Assault on a Peace Officer, Aggravated Assault, and two counts of Possession of a Firearm During a Crime. Clayboss was acquitted of a count of Battery.

Judge Lukemire sentenced Clayboss to: 20 years to serve the first 15 years in prison for Aggravated Assault on a Peace Officer, 20 years to serve the first 15 years in prison for Aggravated Assault (concurrent with the Aggravated Assault on a Peace Officer sentence), 5 years probation on one count of the Firearm counts (consecutive to the Aggravated Assault on a Peace Officer sentence), and 5 years probation on the remaining Firearm count (consecutive to the Aggravated Assault sentence, but concurrent with the other firearm count).

The case was prosecuted by Assistant DA Clif Woody. Clayboss was represented by Guy Womack of Houston, TX.

Houston County District Attorney George H. Hartwig, III stated, “The Houston District Attorney's office will continue to aggressively prosecute cases involving violence against law enforcement officers.”



Alden Bernard Thomas (56) of Warner Robins, GA was found guilty by a Houston County Jury of Rape after a jury trial that began November 08, 2013. Houston County Superior Court Judge Edward Lukemire sentenced Thomas to Life with a serve time 34 years in the Department of Corrections. After serving 34 years he will spend what is left of his life on probation with sex offender conditions.

Daniel Boghosian of Warner Robins pleaded guilty on two counts of Felony Obstruction of an Officer.

Daniel Boghosian, 28, of Warner Robins, pleaded guilty on September 25, 2013, in Houston Superior Court to two counts of Felony Obstruction of an Officer.  Judge Katherine K. Lumsden sentenced Boghosian to serve five (5) years in prison on the first count and sentenced him on the second count to five (5) years serve the first two (2) years in prison, consecutive to the first count's sentence. The overall sentence being ten (10) years to serve the first seven (7) years in prison.
The case was prosecuted by Assistant DA Clif Woody. Boghosian was represented by Miguel Rivera of the Houston Public Defender's office.
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