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Grand jury indicts more than 40 people in final session

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In their last session on the panel the Hopkins County Grand Jury this month indicted at least 40 people, including a few who are accused of committing more than one offense and a others who were together when the alleged crimes occurred.

The following information released by the district attorney’s office contains the names and information of individuals who not only have been indicted but also arrested for the alleged offenses.

Chris Nicewarner was indicted on three child sex charges. He is accused in a two-count indictment of the aggravated sexual assault of a girl less than 14 years old, as well as indecency with the same girl on Jan. 21. The two other indictments were for indecency by contact with the same female child on Jan. 20 and Jan. 29.

Two women, Lesley Michelle West and Amanda Christina Fouse, were  indicted on two charges each of retaliation. West and Fouse are alleged on May 7 to have threatened to kill two women who were witnesses in a case, indictments allege.

Indicted for allegedly delivering less than 28 grams of hydrocodone on three separate dates — Feb. 11, Feb. 16 and March 9 — was Mary Ruth Self. All three charges were enhanced because they occurred within drug free zones. Two were said to have occurred within 1,000 feet of Water Oak School and the third within 1,000 feet of First Baptist Church playground.

Two men, Justin Ray Porter and Cedric Dewight Mosley, were indicted for engaging in organized criminal activity. They are accused on March 27 to have struck a man in the face and body repeatedly while committing theft.

Indicted for unlawful use of criminal instruments were Denorevas Marquez Hollywood, Reginald McArthur Stern and Curtis Glynn Wilson Jr. All three are alleged on Nov. 2, 2008, to have possessed a hacksaw and hacksaw blades, a short sledge hammer, a large chisel, a wrecking tool, latex gloves and black masks — items considered criminal instruments – which they intended to use during the commission of a burglary, the indictment alleges.

Brad Phillip Brown and Billy Joe Duke were both indicted for one theft and two burglaries. They are alleged on Feb. 1 to have broken into a man’s building with intent to steal a Yamaha 350 Warrior four-wheeler, a 70-cc Hamamoto four-wheeler and a Dewalt cordless drill. Four days later, Duke and Brown are alleged to have entered a woman’s residence to steal a Kenmore washing machine and Kitchen Aid refrigerator. Both Brown and Duke are also accused on March 18 to have stolen more than $1,500 worth of tools.

Also indicted for a building burglary was Derek Shane Anderson, alleged to have entered a building with intent to steal multiple cartons of cigarettes on April 9.

Indicted for theft of livestock and unlawful possession of a firearm by felon was Tommy Doyle Harrington. He is accused on Feb. 22 to have unlawfully appropriated fewer than 10 head of cattle valued at less than $20,000. On Feb. 15, he is also accused of having possessed a firearm before the fifth anniversary of his release from community supervision, or probation, for a March 2008 felony forgery conviction.

Four men were indicted for failure to register as a sex offender: Samuel Moses Williams, Bryan Andrew Goins, Troy Michael Ivery and Charles Gene Garrett.

Jose Juan Diosdado and Richard Dale Higgs III were indicted for evading arrest. Diosdado is alleged on April 23 to have fled in a vehicle from Sulphur Springs Police Sgt. William Mayeux, who was attempting to arrest or detain him, while Higgs allegedly fled from SSPD Lt. Cleve Williams on March 1.

Another man indicted on charges involving an automobile was Josh Randall Forte. He is alleged on March 19 to have stolen a woman’s vehicle.

Tammy Ann Loveless and Ricky Dale Overly were both indicted for theft.  Overly is alleged to have stolen a 16-foot tandem axle trailer valued between $1,500 and $20,000 from a man on April 16, and Loveless is accused of taking a 2004 TrailMaster trailer valued between $1,500 and $20,000 on July 26, 2008.

Trevor Michael Johnson was indicted for graffiti. He is accused on April 16 to have used aerosol paint to mark on Douglas Intermediate School, city property, and at least nine people’s property, causing estimated damages of at least $1,500 but less than $20,000.

Indicted during the June session for credit/debit card abuse was Brandon Grady Teague. He is alleged on April 9 to have used another person’s bank credit card without the owner’s permission.

The remainder of indictments released from the June session were for marijuana and controlled substance charges. Those indicted included:

  • Bridget Lee Davidson, delivery of more than 1/4 ounce but no more than 5 pounds of marijuana on March 11; and delivery of more than 1/4 ounce but no more than 5 pounds of marijuana, charge enhanced for being within 1,000 feet of Sulphur Springs Middle School, a drug-free zone, March 12
  • Jasmine Janae McGill, possession of 400 grams or more of the controlled substance methamphetamine, March 12
  • Ariel Rae Helton, delivery of less than one gram of the controlled substance cocaine, April 1
  • Amber Rachelle Freeman, possession of less than one gram of meth, Feb. 17
  • LaShawnda Dee Dulworth, possession of less than one gram of meth, March 13
  • Brandy Lynn Lawson, delivery more than 1/4 ounce but no more than 5 pounds of marijuana, an enhanced charge because the offense occurred within 1,000 feet of Sulphur Springs Middle School, March 12.
  • Sharon Dunn McCoy Townsend, possession of less than one gram of morphine, Aug. 28, 2008
  • Marcus Errol McCarty, delivery more than 1/4 ounce up to 5 pounds of marijuana, March 26.
  • William Bernard Black, possession of more than 5 pounds but no more than 50 pounds of marijuana, Dec. 8, 2008
  • Michael Danny Lach Jr., possession of at least 4 grams but less than 200 grams meth, Dec. 23, 2008
  • Roel Morgan, possession of more than 5 pounds but no more than 50 pounds of marijuana, Dec. 8, 2008
  • Felix Morales Ayala, possession of more than 50 pounds but no more than 2,000 pounds of marijuana, April 7
  • Javier E. Diaz-Cepero, possession of 5-50 pounds of marijuana, April 5
  • Alfredo Sada, possession of 50-2,000 pounds of marijuana, April 7
  • Hillis Dewayne Turner and Mark David Morale, possession of 4 ounces-5 pounds of marijuana, March 4
 

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