Cameron Morris, the McComb High School football team’s former quarterback, was indicted Tuesday on one count of trespassing in a habitation when a person is present or likely to be present, a fourth-degree felony.

Morris, 18, of McComb, was arrested Oct. 18 after the McComb Police Department received a call at 12:30 p.m. about a suspicious man at 316 Southcrest Drive in McComb. The caller said the person did not have permission to be at the residence, but had entered the home.

Morris, a senior, has not played for the McComb team since his arrest, missing the last two games.

In other indictments Tuesday, Jimmy A. Decker Jr., 55, of Arlington, was charged with aggravated assault, a fourth-degree felony. Decker allegedly shot another man, Thomas Jolliff, on June 19, according to Phil Riegle, Hancock County prosecutor.

Jolliff and a second man allegedly broke into Decker’s property at the time of the incident, Riegle said. Jolliff did not suffer life-threatening injuries.

David Carappoli, 37, of Springfield, was charged with theft, a fifth-degree felony, after he allegedly took two diamond rings from Michael Eller Diamonds in Findlay. The incident occurred Aug. 14.

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