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July 19, 2012

Grand Jury indicts 55 cases

Charges range from theft to aggravated sexual assault

Corsicana — The Navarro County Grand Jury returned 55 indictments Thursday, ranging from theft to aggravated sexual assault.

An indictment merely says that there’s enough evidence to take the case to trial, it is not a finding of guilt or innocence.

David C. McElwreath is facing two indictments, one for aggravated sexual assault and another for indecency with a child for allegedly assaulting the daughter of a girlfriend.

In a separate case, John M. Parnell is charged with continuous sexual abuse of a child for allegedly abusing a girl in his family from the time she was about three years old until she was about nine years old. Parnell no longer lives in Texas, but these charges stem from when he was living in Navarro County.

Mary A. Pitts and Tanya M. Weber were stopped by police officers on the highway and a search allegedly revealed 2.5 pounds of cocaine hidden in a secret compartment of the dash of the car. They are charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

Juan M. Aguilar, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle

Osvaldo G. Ayala, possession of controlled substance less than one gram with intent to deliver in a Drug Free Zone

Natalio V. Barron, injury to a child

Anthony C. Borsellino, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram

Kimberly D. Bolden, child abandoment/endangerment

Jennifer R. Buckhannan, Fraud to obtain controlled substance

Jesse T. Carpenter, tampering with evidence

Jesse T. Carpenter, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram in a Drug Free Zone

Celia Castillo, securing execution of documents

Nicholas A. Cleversy, sexual assault

Antwan L. Crosby, organized crime

Cornelius L. Crosby, organized crime

Derrius L. Dews, organized crime

Eric J. Duncan, possession/transport a chemical with intent to manufacturer

Eric J. Duncan, burglary of a building

Bisono Ely, burglary of a building

Dwayne N. Glenn, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram

Margarito M. Gonzalez, aggravated assault

Montralis L. Goodson, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon

Mark Allen Green, aggravated sexual assault

Kyle J. Greenlee, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle

Chantel S. Hardaway, aggravated assault

Eric J. Hendrix, tampering with evidence

Jordan M. Hunt, tampering with evidence

Jordan M. Hunt, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram

Thomas A. Johnson, delivery of a controlled substance less than one gram

Amy M. Jones, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram

James B. Keel, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon

Michael E. Lane, aggravated sexual assault

Rosalinda A. Lawson, aggravated assault

Paula Lopez, theft by check

Melanie D. McBride, injury to a child

David C. McElwreath, aggravated sexual assault

David C. McElwreath, indecency with a child

Vito McGill, burglary of a building

Adella J. Mackens, possession of a controlled substance less than a gram

Juan Martinez, theft

Jerry L. Mathis, aggravated assault

Byron K. Mitchell, possession of controlled substance more than four grams but less than 200 grams with intent to deliver

John M. Parnell, continuous sexual abuse of a child

Jeffery W. Peterson, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram

Mary A. Pitts, possession of a controlled substance less than 400 grams with intent to deliver

Lennie J. Pittman, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle

Lennie J. Pittman, burglary of a habitation

Michelle L. Pogue, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram

Jose Rivera, evading arrest with a vehicle

Miguel I. Romero, deadly conduct

Etienne O. Sauceda, theft

Kelly J. Sherrard, possession of a controlled substance less then one gram

Johnny B. Sterling Jr., aggravated assault

Danielle H. Tyler, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle

In Re Juvenile C2076-JV, aggravated sexual assault/indecency

Lucas S. Waller, credit card abuse

Alicia Watson, aggravated perjury

Tanya M. Weber, possession of a controlled substance less than 400 grams with intent to deliver

 

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