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Grand Jury indicts 49 for felony offenses

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    More than half of the 49 indictments returned by a Hopkins County Grand Jury Thursday were for drug-related offense, four were for sexual offenses against children and others ranged from theft, burglary and felony drunk driving as well as one for theft of a barber chair.

    Russell Lynn Crayton was named in a felony indictment in connection with the theft of a barber chair, valued at more than $1,500, on May 31. The indictment against Crayton also identifies two prior convictions for burglary against Crayton.
    An indictment alleging aggravated sexual assault of a child less than 14-years-of-age was returned against Robert Dwayne Allen for an incident that occurred July 1, 2005.
    Curtis Charles Reichle was named in an indictment alleging aggravated sexual assault of a child younger than six years of age. The indictment identified an incident that occurred on July 14, 2013.
    Two separate indictments alleging indecency with a child by exposure were returned against Troy Tyson Reif. The incidents, involving a child under 14 years of age, were said to have occurred on Aug. 1 and Aug. 8 of last year.
    Other indictments returned by the grand jury include:


    n/ Henry Mardell Matthews - tampering with or fabricating physical evidence of controlled substance.
    n/ Christopher Evan Lewis - fraud using a bogus prescription in an attempt to obtain Vicodin.
    n/ Jason Clay Stewart - tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, intentionally concealing methamphetamine.
    n/ Jeremy James Burkett - possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine.
    n/ Christina Ann Chambliss - possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine.
    n/ Richie Wayne Porter Sr. - delivery of controlled substance, methamphetamine.
    n/ Richie Wayne Porter Sr. - possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine.
    n/ Eric Wayne Shockey - possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine, in drug-free zone.
    n/ Matthew William West - possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine.
    n/ Donald Monroe Bartlett Jr. - possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine.
    n/ Donald Monroe Bartlett Jr. - tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, methamphetamine.
    n/ Hunter James Dixon -  possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine.
    n/ Perry William Harvey Jr. -  possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine with a prior felony conviction of possession of controlled substance and a prior felony conviction for unlawful possession of a firearm.
    n/ Jeffrey Don Holden Sr. -  possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine enhanced for possession in a drug-free zone.
    n/ Jeffrey Don Holden Sr. -  possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine.
    n/ Brett Alan Hooks -  possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine in a drug-free zone.
    n/ Dylan Anthony Leos -  possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine.
    n/ Angie Danette Lewis - fraud using a bogus prescription in an attempt to obtain Vicodin.
    n/ Chrystal Stephens Marroquin - possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine.
    n/ Willie Errol McAlester Sr.- delivery of controlled substance, cocaine.
    n/  Willie Errol McAlester Sr.- delivery of controlled substance, cocaine.
    n/  Timothy Dale Moody - possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine, in drug-free zone.
    n/ Alan Ray Romans - Willie Errol McAlester Sr.- delivery of controlled substance, cocaine.
    n/  Austin Leigh Shelby - Willie Errol McAlester Sr.- delivery of controlled substance, cocaine.
    n/  Jason Clay Stewart - Willie Errol McAlester Sr.- delivery of controlled substance, cocaine.
    n/  Vincent Angelo Stone - possession of controlled substance, cocaine, with intent to deliver or manufacture.
    n/ Christopher Brent Tatum - possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine.
    n/ Tina Marie Thompson - possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine.
    n/ William Wiley Wilemon - possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine in a drug-free zone.
    n/ Demontre Washington - evading arrest with a vehicle
    n/ Kellen Warren Tramel - theft of hay baler.
    n/ Robertoo Olmedo-Garcia - deadly conduct, discharging a firearm at or in the direction of another person.
    n/ Deanna Marie Misch - tampering with or fabricating physical evidence, attempting to destroy evidence, methamphetamine.
    n/ Adren Early Lewis - criminal mischief, scratching door of a pickup causing more than $1,500 damage.
    n/ Jason Roy Kuiken - driving while intoxicated third. The indictment also stipulates two prior driving while intoxicated convictions.
    n/ Lance Evan Knotts - forgery. The offense relates forging six checks with an aggregate total of $934.
    n/ Ronny Lynn Howard - aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in which another person was threatened with an AK-47.
    n/ Kyle Daniel Goggans - theft in connection with exercising control of a Honda generator valued at more than $1,200
    n/ Ricki Lyn Ewalt - driving while intoxicated third. The indictment acknowledges two prior driving while intoxicated convictions.
    n/ Kelvin Ugene Debase - driving while intoxicated third. The indictment acknowleges two prior driving while intoxicated convictions.
    n/ Michael Dale Darland - aggravated assault in connection with the use of exhibition of an air pistol during the commission of assault.
    n/ Seddrick Dejuan Berry - burglary of habitation.
    n/ Jason Allen Hooten - burglary of a building and taking wood working tools belonging to his grandfather William Hooten.
    n/ Yvette Marie Powell - abandoning a child. The charge was in connection with a child, under 15 years of age, being left in a convenience store without anyone the child was familiar with and for not delivering the child to a designated emergency infant care.
    It is important to note that when someone is arrested or indicted by a grand jury, they are merely charged with a crime. It should not be considered as evidence of either guilt or innocence.

 

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