Accused Forever Enduring Always Ready group member Randall Dearman reaches a plea deal with prosecutors on Tuesday in Liberty County court.
Randall Blake Dearman was indicted Sept. 10 on 29 counts by a Liberty County grand jury.
Dearman along with Adam Brady Dearman, Christopher Jenderseck, Timothy Martin Joiner, Randall Blake Dearman and Anthony Garner were indicted for violating the Street Gang Terrorism and Prevention Act.
Randall Blake Dearman is the younger brother of Adam Brady Dearman.
Jenderseck faces two counts of tampering with evidence and three Street Gang Act violations.
The tampering with evidence charges are in connection with the destruction of physical evidence in the December 2011 deaths of Michael Roark and Tiffany York in Long County, according to the Atlantic Judicial Circuit District Attorney's Office.
Adam Dearman and Timothy Joiner are charged jointly in one indictment. Joiner faces charges of burglary, theft by taking and two Street Gang Act violations. Dearman faces three Street Gang Act offenses.
The third indictment jointly charged Adam Dearman, Joiner, Randall Blake Dearman and Anthony Garner. Joiner and Randall Dearman face two counts of burglary, nine counts of entering auto, two counts of financial transaction card theft, and one count of theft by taking and second-degree criminal damage to property. Joiner and Randall Dearman were also charged with 14 counts of Street Gang Act violations in this indictment.
Adam Dearman was indicted for three Street Gang Act violations. Garner is charged with theft by receiving stolen property and one Street Gang Act count.
Randall Dearman will be released for his one year already served. He pleaded to entering autos and theft. He will testify it was to raise bail money to get his brother out of jail on another crime.