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June 16, 2011

Henderson County Grand Jury returns 97 True Bills

Athens — R. Scott McKee, District Attorney, reports the January Term, 2011, Grand Jury met on June 7, 2011 and returned 97  True Bills, including the following:

Cone Lee Barron, W/M, 51, from Chandler, Indicted for Driving While Intoxicated 3rd or More

Robert Russell Adams, W/M, 44, from Malakoff, Indicted for Credit/ Debit Card Abuse

Larry Lynn Posey, W/M, 20, from Kemp, Indicted for Credit/ Debit Card Abuse

Christopher Shawn Dennis, Jr., B/M, 20, from Athens, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Edward Scott Longbine, W/M, 53, from Mabank, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Sergio Perez-Rico, W/M, 20, from Jacksonville, Indicted for Evading Arrest with Motor Vehicle

Roddy Keith Lawson, W/M, 41, from Mabank, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Stacey Pippen Spencer, W/F, 37, from Flint, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Clinton Dewayne Shelton, W/M, 24, from Trinidad, Indicted for Theft of Property $1,500 < $20,000

Blake Dollan Joiner, W/M, 22, from Frankston, Indicted for Assault Family Violence by Strangulation

Blake Dollan Joiner, W/M, 22, from Frankston, Indicted for Assault Family Violence by Strangulation

Samantha Belle Scholes, W/F, 28, from Gun Barrel, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Charles Glen Smith, W/M, 47, from Athens, Indicted for Evading Arrest with Motor Vehicle

Steven Daniel Schulte, Jr., W/M, 20 from Gun Barrel, Indicted for Forgery of a Financial Instrument

Donald James Jackson, W/M, 60, from Murchison, Indicted for Driving While Intoxicated 3rd or More

Russell Clark Braziel, W/M, 52, from Mabank, Indicted for Driving While Intoxicated 3rd or More

Justin James Williams, W/M, 22, from Athens, Indicted for Assault Family Violence by Strangulation

Justin James Williams, W/M, 22, from Athens, Indicted for Assault Family Violence-Continuous

Hasani Sameel Pariall, B/M, 22, from Athens, Indicted for Manufacture/ Delivery of a Controlled Substance

Karl Tremayne Dora, B/M, 28, from Athens, Indicted for Manufacture/ Delivery of a Controlled Substance

Jimmy Dwight Smith, W/M, 40, from Chandler, Indicted for Robbery

Kevin Jay Todd, B/M, 27, from Athens, Indicted for Evading Arrest with Prior Conviction

Kevin Jay Todd, B/M, 27, from Athens, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Melissa Rena Bowling, W/F, 35, from Gun Barrel, Indicted for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Patrick Jason Watkins, W/M, 40, from Malakoff, Indicted for Driving While Intoxicated 3rd or More

Juan Garcia, W/M, 31, from Athens, Indicted for Driving While Intoxicated with Child Passenger

Andrew Shawn Bird, W/M, 33, from Mineola, Indicted for Theft of Cattle Over $100,000

Jonathan Wesley Hicks, W/M, 28, from Athens, Indicted for Possession of Prohibited Weapon

Charles Kevin Bryant, W/M, 32, from Athens, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Teresa Elaine Worley, W/F, 45, from Eustace, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Leah Nicole Furr, W/F, 25, from Chandler, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Matthew David Dennis, W/M, 25, from Athens, Indicted for Injury to a Child-Intentional

John Leland Hitchcock, W/M, 74, from Seven Points, Indicted for Assault Family Violence with Prior Convictions

William Cody Brittian, W/M, 21, from Tyler, Indicted for Assault of a Public Servant

William Cody Brittian, W/M, 21, from Tyler, Indicted for Harassment of a Public Servant

Charles Wayne Mason, W/M, 39, from Gun Barrel, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

William Alfred Cullefer, W/M, 41, from Mabank, Indicted for Forgery of a Financial Instrument

William Alfred Cullefer, W/M, 41, from Mabank, Indicted for Forgery of a Financial Instrument

William Alfred Cullefer, W/M, 41, from Mabank, Indicted for Forgery of a Financial Instrument

William Alfred Cullefer, W/M, 41, from Mabank, Indicted for Forgery of a Financial Instrument

William Alfred Cullefer, W/M, 41, from Mabank, Indicted for Forgery of a Financial Instrument

William Alfred Cullefer, W/M, 41, from Mabank, Indicted for Forgery of a Financial Instrument

William Alfred Cullefer, W/M, 41, from Mabank, Indicted for Forgery of a Financial Instrument

Jeffrey Tad Fletcher, W/M, 44, from Malakoff, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Randolph Ray Woodruff, Jr., W/M, 47, from Log Cabin, Indicted for Theft of Property $1,500 < $20,000

Earnest B. Smith, III, W/M, 51, from Caney City, Indicted for Theft of Property $1,500 < $20,000

Earnest Eugene Smith, W/M, 24, from Caney City, Indicted for Theft of Property $1,500 < $20,000

John Michael McDaniel, W/M, 40, from Malakoff, Indicted for Driving While Intoxicated 3rd or More

Joshua Daniel Lewis, W/M, 24, from Frankston, Indicted for Criminal Mischief of a Public Service

Wilborn Felton Glenn, W/M, 78, from Gun Barrel, Indicted for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Gerald Don Williams, W/M, 44, from Trinidad, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Gerald Don Williams, W/M, 44, from Trinidad, Indicted for Tamper/ Fabricate with Physical Evidence

Gerald Don Williams, W/M, 44, from Trinidad, Indicted for Prohibited Substance in Correctional Facility

Michael Joseph Mattox, Jr., W/M, 31, from Krum, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Andy Wesley Massey, W/M, 36, from Krum, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Jeffery Maurice Ballow, W/M, 32, from Murchison, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Brittany Marie Porter, W/F, 22, from Athens, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Roy Lee Harris, Jr., W/M, 29, from Tool, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

John Eugene Zinke, Jr., W/M, 38, from Eustace, Indicted for Evading Arrest with Motor Vehicle

Melissa Leann Templin-Hall, W/F, 39, from Seven Points, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Adrian Lewis Hipp, W/M, 34, from Mabank, Indicted for Theft of Property $20,000 < $100,000

Scott Wesley Hall, W/M, 38, from Kemp, Indicted for Theft of Property $20,000 < $100,000

Christine Amanda Fritz, W/F, 27, from Malakoff, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

James Kyle Steakley, W/M, 22, from Gun Barrel, Indicted for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Dale Wayne Caldwell, W/M, 25, from Frankston, Indicted for Evading Arrest with Motor Vehicle

Joshua David Berta, W/M, 24, from Irving, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Kyle Wayne Cliver, W/M, 44, from Athens, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Jamie Lee Bennett, W/F, 30, from Mabank, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Nicholas Paul Perdue, W/M, 27, from Gun Barrel, Indicted for Manufacture/ Delivery of a Controlled Substance

Andrea Darlene Featherston, W/F, 27, from Gun Barrel, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

David Wayne Mitchell, W/M, 35, from Gun Barrel, Indicted for Manufacture/ Delivery of a Controlled Substance

Jaye Lynn James, W/F, 28, from Frankston, Indicted for Manufacture/ Delivery of a Controlled Substance

Dennis Wayne McDade, W/M, 47, from Brownsboro, Indicted for Possession of Marijuana

Steve Caldera, Sr., W/M, 31, from Athens, Indicted for Sexual Assault

Terry Frank Alotto, W/M, 54, from Athens, Indicted for Manufacture/ Delivery of a Controlled Substance

Brennon Lee Pepper, W/M, 59, from Athens, Indicted for Driving While Intoxicated

Miguel A. Valenzuela, W/M, 29, from Canton, Indicted for Evading Arrest with Motor Vehicle

Miguel A. Valenzuela, W/M, 29, from Canton, Indicted for Escape While Arrested

Donnie Lee Hall, W/M, 46, from Larue, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Tanya Lynn Wilbanks, W/F, 41, from Malakoff, Indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance

Tanya Lynn Wilbanks, W/F, 41, from Malakoff, Indicted for Theft of Property $1,500 < $20,000

Michael James Wood, W/M, 30, from Eustace, Indicted for Theft of Property $1,500 < $20,000

David Paul Dickens, W/M, 44, from Malakoff, Indicted for Theft of Property $1,500 < $20,000

Cody James Foreman, W/M, 20, from Malakoff, Indicted for Theft of Property $1,500 < $20,000

William Charles Gibson, Jr., W/M, 39, from Kemp, Indicted for Driving While Intoxicated 3rd or More

Edward Dean Driggars, W/M, 56, from Trinidad, Indicted for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Dorman Dwayne Russom, W/M, 76, from Chandler, Indicted for Driving While Intoxicated

Erin Faith Butler, W/F, 34, from Gun Barrel, Indicted for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Justin Robert Perez, W/M, 19, from Chandler, Indicted for Manslaughter

Ryan Jay Harris, W/M, 29, from Malakoff, Indicted for Manufacture/ Delivery of a Controlled Substance

Melissa Renee Kerby, W/F, 39, from Tyler, Indicted for Driving While Intoxicated with Child Passenger

Leonard Cozell Foster, W/M, 82, from Chandler, Indicted for Indecency with a Child by Sexual Contact

Rhonda Jo Bivins, W/F, 55, from Athens, Indicted for Theft of Property $1,500 < $20,000

Levi Gad Leblue, W/M, 30, from Athens, Indicted for Evading Arrest with Prior Conviction

Joey Tamojerome Givens, B/M, 36, from Malakoff, Indicted for Manufacture/ Delivery of a Controlled Substance

Isidro Rojo Ramos, W/M, 31, from Athens, Indicted for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

Jesse Joe Johnson, B/M, 41, from Athens, Indicted for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon

 

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