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April 4, 2013

District Attorney's Grand Jury Report

Athens — Henderson County District Attorney R. Scott McKee has reported that the January Term, 2013, Grand Jury met on March 28, and returned 66 True Bills, including the following:

1. Irma Laverne Espinoza, 52, Athens, indicted for Injury to a Disabled Individual;

2. Brandi Melton, 36, Trinidad, indicted for 1 Count of Theft Over $1,500/Elderly and 1 Count of Theft Over $1,500;

3. Brian Keith Fugett, 35, Trinidad, indicted for 1 Count of Theft Over $1,500/Elderly and 1 Count of Theft Over $1,500;

4. Russell Lee Dobbins, 20, Gun Barrel City, indicted for Injury to a Child;

5. Ronnie Joe Simmons, Jr., 46, Gun Barrel City, indicted for 1 Count of Evading Arrest, 1 Count of Possession of a Controlled Substance and 1 Count of Tampering with Physical Evidence;

6. Ritchie Arthur Lindsey, 47, Kemp, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

7. Ronald Gene Kesphol, 55, Kemp, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

8. Bridgette Renee Steuck, 43, Brownsboro, indicted for 1 Count of Possession of a Controlled Substance and 1 Count of Tampering with Physical Evidence;

9. Traci Boswell Crow, 43, Kemp, indicted for Theft Over $1,500;

10. Ernest Bob Shuemake, Jr., 35, Athens, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

11. Kenneth Leonard Givens, Jr., 27, Mabank, indicted for Tampering with Physical Evidence;

12. Crayton Scott Taylor, 31, Mabank, indicted for 1 Count of Possession of a Controlled Substance and 1 Count of Theft of a Firearm;

13. Robert Glenn Farris, 42, Gun Barrel City, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

14. Leslie Wade Strong, 25, Arp, indicted for 2 Counts of Possession of a Controlled Substance;

15. Michael Paul Tetreault, Sr., 60, Seagoville, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

16. Jonathan Dewayne Adams, 24, Athens, indicted for Theft of Copper;

17. Deenese Edwards, 42, Malakoff, indicted for Improper Sexual Activity;

18. Matoka Angelece Lopez, 38, Kemp, indicted for Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled Substance;

19. Norman Wade Yoes, 49, Tatum, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

20. Joseph Daniel Hicks, 25, Athens, indicted for Evading Arrest with a Motor Vehicle;

21. Brittany Nichole Miles, 25, Gun Barrel City, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

22. Stephanie Rochelle Wilson, 36, Chandler, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

23. Vanoid Leroy Dawson, Jr., 21, Malakoff, indicted for 1 Count of Possession of a Controlled Substance, 1 Count of Tampering with Physical Evidence and 1 Count of Possession of Marijuana;

24. Johnny Dewayne Owens, 25, Gun Barrel City, indicted for 1 Count of Evading with a Motor Vehicle and 1 Count of Unlawful Possession of a Firearm by a Felon;

25. Taylor Ryan Farmer, 21, Brownsboro, indicted for Burglary of a Habitation;

26. Michael David Taylor, 50, Kaufman, indicted for DWI 3rd or More;

27. Christopher Darryll Lane, 40, Tyler, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

28. Damione Lee Franklin, 32, Mequite, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

29. Aubry Lloyd Patteron, 81, Mabank, indicted for DWI 3rd or More;

30.  Kriten Ann Rhodes, 31, Tyler, indicted for Theft Over $1,500/Elderly;

31. Kolby Lee Gillum, 19, Frankston, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

32. Cody Duane Smith, 28, Canton, indicted for 1 Count of Evading with a Previous Conviction, 1 Count of Attempting to Take a Weapon from a Police Officer, 1 Count of Assault on a Public Servant and 1 Count of Possession of a Controlled Substance in a Drug Free Zone;

33. Shawn Kevin Bresnahan, 45, Kemp, indicted for Prohibited Substance in a Correctional Facility;

34. Michael Wayne Jarvis, II, 29, Kemp, Theft/Elderly;

35. Adam Roberts Lewis, 41, Murchison, indicted for Theft Over $1,500/Elderly;

36. Henry Franklin Davis, 56, Tool, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

37. William Alan Barnette, 27, Kaufman, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

38. Tammy Lynnette Herron, 43, Dallas, indicted for Prohibited Substance in a Correctional Facility;

39. John Thomas Armstrong, 25, Gun Barrel City, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

40. Michael Francis O’Connor, II, 19, Larue, indicted for Forgery of Money;

41. Kyle Wayne Cliver, 45, Athens, indicted for Possession of a Controlled  Substance;

42. Elizabeth Jean Waller, 46, Frankston, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

43. Leona Marie Lee, 49, Gun Barrel City, indicted for Possession of Marijuana;

44. Stephen Delain Rambo, 42, Chandler, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

45. Angie Renee Hardy, 31, Gun Barrel City, indicted for Theft with Priors;

46. Cadedra Rogers Denson, 41, Athens, indicted for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon;

47. Michael Wayne Gravitt, 34, Chandler, indicted for Assault Family Violence with Prior Conviction;

48. Christopher Lee Weston, 26, Brownsboro, indicted for Burglary of a Habitation;

49. Lance Michael Martin, 45, Athens, indicted for Injury to the Elderly;

50. James Grant Foster, Jr., 54, indicted for Burglary of a Building;

51. Daniel Lee Christian, 28, Gun Barrel City, indicted for Failure to Appear;

52. Thomas Roland Toombs, Jr., 28, Eustace, indicted for Theft with Prior Convictions;

53. Lyndell Harvie Basham, 72, Gun Barrel City, indicted for Prohibited Substance in a Correctional Facility;

54. Randy Layne Johnson, 56, Gun Barrel City, indicted for 1 Count of DWI 3rd or More and 1 Count of Fail to Stop and Render Aid;

55. Daniel Blakley White, 27, Mabank, indicted for Theft Over $1,500;

56. Baldemar Lopez Chavez, 40, Athens, indicted for DWI 3rd or More;

57. Marcquis Deevermont Utley, 33, Trinidad, indicted for Manufacture/Delivery of a Controlled Substance;

58. Plangiman Rochelle Henry, Jr., 22, Malakoff, indicted for 1 Count of Evading Arrest with Prior Conviction and 1 Count of Tampering with Physical Evidence;

59. Julio Roberto Robles, 21, Athens, indicted for Intoxication Assault;

60. Reginald David Johnson, 41, Athens, indicted for Evading Arrest with Prior Conviction;

61. Tracy Lee Huddleston, 37, Mesquite, indicted for Burglary of a Habitation;

62. Stacy Dawn Guthrie, 40, Kemp, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

63. Kevin Dale Fruia, 54, Tyler, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

64. Tacy Stevens Davis, 45, Kemp, indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance;

65. Travis Lee Andre, 20, Gun Barrel City, indicted for Theft of Copper;

66. Tracy Douglas Hustead, 48, Montalba, indicted for 1 Count of Possession of a Controlled Substance and 1 Count of Tampering with Physical Evidence;

 

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