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The following people were indicted by the grand jury during the last session. An indictment is not a finding of guilt, but simply says there is enough evidence to proceed with a trial.


Joseph Butler, Jr.: Rape

Ronnie Fair, Jr.: Burglary

Thomas Prince: Burglary

Jeremy Gamble: Theft over $1,000

Kenneth Greene: Burglary, Theft under $500

Philip Hamby: Possession Marijuana for Resale

Ashley Teems: Possession Marijuana for Resale

Casey Hawkins: Aggravated Burglary

Roger Hubard: DUI 4th, DRL, Open Container, Felon in Possession of Firearm

William Long: Burglary, Possession Drug Paraphernalia

Andrew Hornsby: Burglary

Brian Martin: DUI 5th, DRL, Possession Drug Paraphernalia, DUI 5th, DRL, Violation Implied Consent

Sarah McElhannon: Possession of Meth—Resale, Consp to S/D Meth

Robin Welch: Possession of Meth—Resale, Consp to S/D Meth, Unlawful Possession of Weapon

Aaron Nicholson: Burglary, Theft over $1,000

Billy Wright, Jr.: Burglary, Theft over $1,000

Jarrett Styles: Burglary

Elijah Witheson: Burgalry

Thomas Prince: Burglary, Theft under $500

Steve Sisson: DUI, Violation Implied Consent

Sammy Stuart: Evading Arrest, Resisting Stop, Frisk, Halt

George Waters: First Degree Murder, First Degree Murder, First Degree Murder

Billy Wright: Burglary, Burglary, Possession of Burglary Tools


Terra Allison: Criminal Conspiracy, S/D Schedule IV Drugs

Delores Baxter: Criminal Conspiracy, S/D Schedule IV Drugs

Johnny Bixby: Possession of Schedule II Drugs for Resale

Christy Dillingham: S/D Schedule II Drugs, S/D Schedule II Drugs

Charles Freeman: DUI

Joshua Hill: DUI 2nd

Mary Mullenix: S/D Schedule II Drugs, S/D Schedule III Drugs

Arthur Sherman: Theft over $500

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