The Hopkins County Grand Jury during its May sessions approved at least 75 indictments against more than 50 people.
The bulk of the charges were for alleged controlled substance violations. The rest ranged in nature from burglaries, thefts and forgeries to retaliation, aggravated assaults and sex offenses involving child victims. As the larger number of indictments would suggest, some individuals were accused of more than one offense.
Jeffery Dewayne Moore was indicted for both enhanced assault family violence and aggravated assault. He is alleged in August 2008 to have injured a woman with whom he’d had a “dating relationship” by forcing her head into dish water and holding it there. Moore is also accused in October 2008 of aggravated assault by hitting a male victim with his vehicle during the commission of an assault.
Also indicted for aggravated assault was Ernest Steven Morrison. He is accused in September 2008 to have exhibited a knife while threatening another male with imminent bodily injury.
Cody Lang Thomas and Melissa ann McBride Stewart were both indicted for forgery. Each is alleged in December of 2008 to have at Alliance Bank forged a woman’s name to a check for more than $100 from a local auctioneer. Thomas was also indicted for burglary of a building. He is alleged in October 2008 of entering a building not open to the public and stealing or attempting to steal a man’s cigarettes.
Also indicted on a burglary charge was Jorge Cervantes-Correa. He is alleged in March to have entered a man’s residence to steal a bicycle. Also indicted for theft was Weldon Jason Hill. He is accused of stealing an air compressor, generator, barbed wire and oxygen bottle from a woman in June of 2008. Another indicted for forgery was Amanda Ann Cantrell. She is alleged in October 2007 to have forged a check on another woman’s account.
Danny Gene Stone was charged on a four-count indictment. He is accused of three counts of aggravated sexual assault of a girl less than 6 years old as well as one count of indecency with the same child, all on March 6.
Three men were indicted for evading arrest in a vehicle, both in February, in separate incidents. Melvin Jerome Askew Jr. is accused of using a vehicle to flee from Sulphur Springs Police Officer Matthew Glenn who was attempting to lawfully arrest or detain him. Robert Earl Hawkins Jr. is accused of using a vehicle to flee from Sulphur Springs Police Officer Eddie Moon who was attempting to lawfully arrest or detain him. John Michael McKenny is alleged to have used a vehicle to flee from Sulphur Springs Police Office Lonnie Taylor who was attempting to lawfully detain or arrest him in March.
RV Jones Jr. and Rolando Vallejo were both indicted for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, Jones in August 2008 and Vallejo in November 2008.
Indicted for retaliation was Mark Allen Massey. He is accused in March to have threatened to kill a jailer and his family.
David K. Mason was indicted for money laundering. He is alleged in May 2008 to have knowingly “possessed the proceeds of criminal activity, to-wit: drug trafficking, and the value of said funds was $1,500 or more but less than $20,000,” the indictment alleges.
Four men and two women were indicted for driving while intoxicated-third or more offense. The accused include: Ginnie Carnella Simmons, in July 2008; Patricia Jeane Gonzales, February 2009; Stephen Grove Jestice, October 2008; Antonio Maynard, June 208; Darrel Wayne Box, February 2009; and Felix Earl McEilester, November 2008.
Three people were indicted on marijuana charges. Charlie Albert Hoskinson was alleged twice on the same day in March to have delivered more than 1/4-ounce to 5 pounds of marijuana. Jesus Ernesto Chavez was alleged to have possessed between 50 and 2,000 pounds of marijuana in December 2008. Gilbert Granville Hill IV was alleged to have possessed between 5 and 50 pounds of marijuana in April 2008.
Indicted on four controlled substance charges was Tony Jackson Reed Jr. He is alleged in May 2008 to have delivered on one day less than 18 grams of alprazolam and less than one gram of cocaine within 1,000 feet of First Baptist Church playground, on another day in May 2008 to have delivered 1-4 grams of cocaine, and in September 2007 to have delivered less than one gram of cocaine.
Ashley Marie Evans was indicted on three drug charges. She is alleged in January to have delivered less that one gram of methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of Bowie Elementary, a drug free zone, on two separate days in January and one day in February.Among the other individuals indicted in May for controlled substance offenses were:
Thomas Hester Funderburk, delivery 1-4 grams of morphine, in January 2008
Nathan Mark Coker, delivery of less than one gram of methamphetamine within 1,000 feet of Bowie Elementary on Dec. 22, 2008, as well as on Dec. 10, 2008
Donna Mae Field, delivery of less than 28 grams of hydrocodone within 1,000 feet of Doodlebug Lane Day School and Child Care, on two separate days in March 2008
Bessie Mae Whitson, delivery of less than 28 grams of hydrocodone or a substance containing hydrocodone within 1,000 feet of Doodlebug Lane, in March and April of 2008
Edward Jack Daehn, delivery of less than 28 grams of hydrocodone within 1,000 feet of Lamar Elementary, on two separate days in May 2008
Cambra Cowan Tolly, delivery of 1-4 grams of morphine on two separate days in January of 2008
David Bryan Jenning, delivery of less than 28 grams hydrocodone on two separate days in May 2008.
Floyd Taylor, delivery of less than 28 grams hydrocodone, July 2008, within 1,000 feet of Austin Elementary, a drug free zone; delivery less than 28 grams hydrocodone, on another day in July 2008
Jessica Iva Miller, delivery less than 28 gram klonopin, September 2008, within 1,000 feet of Douglas Intermediate School, a drug free zone; delivery less than 28 grams hydrocodone, December 2007
Maranda Louise Ortega, delivery less than 28 grams hydrocodone, two separate days in December 2007
Darlene Attaway, delivery less than 28 grams hydrocodone within 1,000 feet of Austin Elementary, a drug free zone, December 2008; delivery of at least 28 grams but less than 200 grams hydrocodone within 1,000 feet of Austin Elementary, a drug free zone, January 2009
Linda Faye Brooks, delivery less than 28 grams hydrocodone and delivery at least 28 grams but less than 200 grams hydrocodone, both within 1,000 feet of Houston Learning Center, a drug free zone, on the same day in July 2008
Sandra Dell Barrett Hill, delivery less than 28 grams hydrocodone, within 1,000 feet of First Baptist Church playground, a drug free zone, July 2008
Richard Wayne Henley, delivery less than one gram cocaine within 1,000 feet of the Pacific Park playground, a drug free zone, on two separate days in October 2007
Carl Anthony Cooper and Kip Lamont Echols, both for possession 400 grams or more of cocaine, September 2008
Jessica Michelle Stiles, possession 400 or more grams cocaine, March
Shelby Jo Williamson, possession less than one gram methamphetamine, October 2008
Brandon Lashaw Jones, possession less than one gram meth, June 2008
Joseph Albert Dale Woolfley, possession at least 4 grams but less than 200 grams meth, January
Terrance L. Gibbs and Donnie Ray Graham, possession 4-200 grams cocaine, May 2008
Candy Cashay Braswell, Ricky Dell Washington and Earl Hightower, possession at least 200 grams but less than 400 grams cocaine, November 2008
Ramon L. Cortes, possession 400 grams or more of cocaine, February
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