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Grand jury gets meth murder; Clark slaying case delayed

The Lamar County grand jury took up the case against Ronald Smith today. Smith is accused of murder in connection with the slaying of his alleged meth dealer Charles Graves Adams. Adams was shot in the face with a high-powered rifle on the front porch of his Grove Street home earlier this year. The shooting allegedly stemmed from a confrontation over the quality of a batch of meth. The grand jury will not take up the murder charges lodged against lovers Jennifer Clark and Kenneth Michael Yost. The pair allegedly killed Clark’s ex-husband Donald Clark and dumped his body in a Redbone corn field where is was found Christmas eve 2008. District attorney Richard Milam said he has just gotten reports back on the Clark case from the state crime lab. “My next move will be to meet with the GBI case agent and local law enforcement in order to double check what evidence we have. Then I will meet with the victim’s family. Then the case will be presented to the grand jury,” Milam said. Members of the Clark family have reported in recent weeks that they have been unable to get a death certificate on the victim.

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