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Grand jury hands down 60 indictments in March

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A Hopkins County Grand Jury earlier this month approved 60 indictments, with offenses ranging from aggravated assault, theft and burglary to possession and delivery of marijuana and controlled substances.

Indicted for aggravated assault was Carlos Ernesto Puente Medina. He is alleged on Jan. 30 to have punctured the neck of a female family member with a pen, repeatedly hit and kicked her, put a sword to her neck and threatened to kill her and her three children.

Cody Robert Nixon was indicted for theft and burglary of a building. He is alleged in August to have entered a building and to have stolen a welder and chain saw. He is then alleged in September to have stolen a four-wheeler.

Four other people were also indicted on theft charges. Billy Don Fouse, Christopher Don Williams and Brandon Michael Petrea are alleged in October to have stolen 13 chain saws. Kathy Elaine Coleman is alleged to have stolen money from a man in June. Coleman is also accused in two indictments of forging money orders.

Six others were indicted for burglary. Lanarvall Dean Pryor is alleged in July to have stolen 15 “total flow applied automation” boxes, 20 engine bearings, four engine heads, two engine liners, two water pumps and some other small engine parts. Tiffany Ann Ferrell is alleged to have stolen $1,200 and a saddle in July. Bridgette Charlene Childress is alleged to have stolen hydrocodone in January of 2008. Joshua Dwayne Timmons is alleged to have entered another person’s residence on Jan. 22. Michael Virgil Umbaugh and Carrie Michelle Harbison are alleged to have stolen a .38-caliber revolver, a compound bow and arrows, a tool bag and tools, an audio/video receiver and cash on Jan. 20.

John Wayne Moreland was indicted on four charges of forgery. He is alleged in December to have forged checks and cashed them at a convenience store check cashing business.

Indicted for evading arrest in a vehicle were Michael SJ Brooks Jr. and Juan Carolos Rodriguez. Brooks is alleged to have fled in a vehicle from a state troooper on Dec. 27. Rodriguez is alleged in December to have fled in a vehicle from Sulphur Springs police.

Michael Galvan and Jermaine Cleveland were each indicted for driving while intoxicated, third or more offense. Cleveland is alleged to have been driving drunk in October 2008; he had two prior drunk driving convictions. Galvan is alleged to have been driving drunk in December; he had two prior convictions.

Indicted for possession of 4 ounces-5 pounds and unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon in December were Branden Babata Obazughanmwen and Andrew Allen Ziegenfelder. Also indicted for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon was Tiffany Suzetta Arnold.

Neville Ray Stiltner was indicted on charges of possession of a controlled substance and of marijuana in a drug-free zone. He is alleged in June to have had less than 1 gram of cocaine and 4 ounces-5 pounds of marijuana within 1,000 feet of Austin Elementary School.

Michael Darren Watson was indicted for delivery of 1/4 ounce-5 pounds of marijuana and delivery of a substance containing less than 28 grams of hydrocodone in June.

Others indicted on marijuana charges were:

n Richard Washington, possession of 4 ounces-5 pounds, November

n Jonathan Trujillo, delivery of 1/4 ounce-5 pounds of marijuana within 1,000 feet of the Boys & Girls Club playground

n Michael Kevin Turner, possession of 5 pounds-50 pounds of marijuana in November 2007

n Johnny Ray Wilson, possession of 4 ounces-5 pounds of marijuana in February

Ricky Lee Wyly II was indicted on two delivery of controlled substance charges as well as unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon. Wyly is alleged in September to have delivered 1-4 grams of methamphetamine to a woman within 1,000 feet of First Baptist Church, a drug-free zone. A few days later, the indictment also charges, he was in possession of 1-4 grams of methamphetamine a with intent to deliver or manufacture and was in possession of a firearm at the time.

Dennis Wayne Nash was indicted for delivery of a less than 28 grams of hydrocodone on four occasions

n Randall Bryan Wright, possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine in November

n Tracy Lynn Shirley, possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine in November

n Nicholas Ryan Boyd, possession of less than one gram of cocaine, December

n Randall Oneal Fountain, possession of less than one gram of cocaine, December

n James Cecil Barrett, delivery of less than one gram of cocaine within 1,000 feet of the Boys & Girls Club playground in July

n Benjamin Craig Crook, delivery of less than 28 grams of hydrocodone, October, within 1,000 feet of Douglas Middle School

n Hubert Earl Crook, delivery of less than 28 grams of hydrocodone, September, within 1,000 feet of Douglas Intermediate School

n Johnny Lee Speed, possession of less than one gram of methamphetamine in February

n Rafael Ruperto Prado, possession of 400 grams or more of cocaine, March

n Louis Dwayne Mortellaro, delivery of 1-4 grams methamphetamine in October

n Rusty Glen Woodson, delivery of less than 28 grams of hydrocodone, September

n Joyce Denny McCown and Leslie Janeen Rawson, possession of less than 28 grams of hydrocodone, December

n Dennis Wayne Nash, delivery of less than 28 grams of hydrocodone in September and Octoberwithin 1,000 feet of Douglas Intermediate School

n Clifton Eugene Nash, delivery of a compound containing 28 grams of the hydrocodone, twice in August, within 1,000 feet of Douglas Intermediate School

n Michelle Johnson Nickleberry, delivery of a compound containing 28 grams of the hydrocodone, twice in October, within 1,000 feet of Doodlebug Lane Day School and Child Care, a drug-free zone.

One person was also indicted for tampering with or fabricating physical evidence. Larry Eugene Livingston Jr. is alleged in March of 2008 during a traffic stop conducted by a state trooper to have concealed a pistol “with intent to impair its availability as evidence in the investigation.”

 

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