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January 24, 2013

Grand Jury indicts 44 cases

First meeting of new year returns indictments against 35

Corsicana — The first meeting of the January term Navarro County Grand Jury Thursday resulted in the indictment of 35 individuals in 44 cases.

Drug investigations by the Navarro County Sheriff’s Department led to the indictment of several individuals on Thursday, said R. Lowell Thompson, Navarro County District Attorney.

Grand jurors indicted Daniel Rangel on charges of possession of marijuana over four ounces/under five pounds, possession of a controlled substance under one gram, and possession of a controlled substance over four grams/under 200 grams with intent to deliver, the result of an investigation by the Navarro County Sheriff’s Department.

Also indicted on drug charges Thursday were Joshuia Smith, charged with possession of a controlled substance over four grams/under 200 grams with intent to deliver; and in a separate case, Michael Thomas Jr. was indicted on charges of possession of a controlled substance over four grams/under 200 grams with intent to deliver in a Drug-Free Zone.

Thompson thanked the new members of the panel for their service during the first panel of the year and the term. They’ll hear presentations again in February and March.

A complete list of indictments handed down Thursday, provided by the office of R. Lowell Thompson, District Attorney:

• Jason Aiken, evading arrest in a vehicle.

• Rodolfo Maldanado, theft of a firearm (two counts) and burglary of a building.

• Lauren Aycock, tampering with government records and aggravated assault.

• Alejandro Alvarado, unlawful use of a criminal instrument.

• Edward Diaz, unlawful use of a criminal instrument.

• Ivan Govea, unlawful use of a criminal instrument.

• Martin Guido, unlawful use of a criminal instrument.

• Rigoberto Gutierrez-Rodriguez, tampering with government record (two counts).

• Teresa Ashton, injury to a child.

• Buck Campoz, harassment of a public servant.

• Miguel Carmona-Ortega, theft.

• Keuntrey Cooks, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

• Shane Dozier, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

• Ebony Foreman, aggravated assault.

• Felix Francia, sexual assault.

• Rebecca Franklin, theft of a firearm, credit card abuse.

• Dominique Hardaway, assault on a public servant.

• Tajuan Harris, burglary of a building.

• Christopher Hart, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

• Robert Herndon, possession of a controlled substance over four grams/under 200 grams.

• Robert Island, burglary of a building.

• Marisol Lucio, tampering with a government record, forgery.

• Coleman McMichael, DWI/Third or subsequent.

• Tabitha McNally-Waller, forgery.

• Kevin Okeith Moss, possession of a controlled substance over one gram/under four grams with intent to deliver.

• Terri Myers, credit card abuse.

• Matthew Odom, burglary of a building.

• Agustin Rubakava, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

• Daniel Rangel, possession of marijuana over four ounces/under five pounds, possession of a controlled substance under one gram, possession of a controlled substance over four grams/under 200 grams with intent to deliver.

• Dalton Richards, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

• Marco Sandoval-Lopez, theft.

• Joshuia Smith, possession of a controlled substance over four grams/under 200 grams with intent to deliver.

• Michael Thomas Jr., possession of a controlled substance over four grams/under 200 grams with intent to deliver in a drug-free zone.

• Zachary Waller, forgery, deadly conduct.

• Joseph Watkins, theft.

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Information from R. Lowell Thompson, Navarro County District Attorney. Want to “Soundoff” on this story? Email: soundoff@corsicanadailysun.com

 

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