Accused ‘Grundy Crew’ member back in jail days after acquittal in double murder

John Means

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – An accused “Grundy Crew” member who was found not guilty in a double murder last Wednesday was taken back to jail on drug charges Monday.

John Means, 24, was one of five people arrested when IMPD officers served a search warrant at a home in the 500 block of North Gray Street around 8:30 p.m., according to a police report.

Garnett Antell, 30, Dominique McClendon, 26, Michael Robinson, 26, and Paul Rose, 44, were also arrested after detectives found several types of narcotics, three guns and a large amount of cash.

All suspects were taken into custody on preliminary charges including dealing marijuana, possession of paraphernalia and visiting a common nuisance.

Means faced a jury twice for the killings of Julius Douglas and Carlos Jefferson in 2014. The first trial ended in a hung jury and Means was acquitted after the defense argued there were no weapons or evidence linking him to the crimes.

Means still faces two other pending murder charges stemming from another shooting that left two dead in the days before Douglas and Jefferson were killed.