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June 30, 2006


A Navarro County grand jury handed down indictments in all of the following cases this week. The list of indictments was provided by the office of District Attorney Steve Keathley. Cases not receiving indictments are not listed.

Daniel Mondragon Lara, sexual assault, $75,000 bond.

Randall Joe Blair, failure to comply, $10,000 bond.

Tammy Wynette Vogel, possession of a controlled substance, $5,000 bond.

Louis Clifford Bradfod, possession of a controlled substance in a drug free zone, $35,000 bond.

Tony Leon Caldwell, assault on a public servant, $50,000 bond.

Billie Evelyn Crawford, possession of a controlled substance, $30,000 bond.

Connie Roy Brown, DWI 3rd, $2,000 bond.

David Paul McQuawn, burglary of a building, $25,000 bond.

Carl Bunton, burglary of a building, PR

Lee Chester Strain, burglary of a habitation, $250,000 bond.

Gerald Glenn Tierce, theft, burglary of a building (two counts), evading arrest or detention, $100,000 bond.

Donald Ray Howard, aggravated assault, $25,000 bond.

Caleigh Marie McKeen, forgery, $2,500 bond.

Marcello Devon Thomas, possession of a controlled substance in a drug free zone, $100,000 bond.

Michael Dewayne Williams, possession of a controlled substance, $10,000 bond.

Laron DeAnthony Hughes, possession of a controlled substance in a drug free zone, $350,000 bond.

David Allen Stevens, possession of a controlled substance, $50,000 bond.

Timothy Charles Thomas, possession of a controlled substance, PR.

Aundraye Marcel Curry, possession of a controlled substance in a drug free zone, $50,000 bond.

Donna Kay Coyle, fraudulent use and possession of ID information, $2,000 bond.

Ronald Crowder, failure to comply, $2,000 bond.

Gary Cecil Ault, evading arrest or detention, $2,500 bond.

Everett Earl Shumaker, evading arrest or detention, $5,000 bond.

Jay Marvin Morgan, solicitation of a child, attempted sexual assault of a minor, attempted sexual contact with a child, $250,000 bond.

Dennis Burns, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, enhancement.

Peggy Blackwell-Moore, misapplication of fiduciary property, tampering with physical evidence, theft over $1,500, under $20,000 by a public servant, PR.


Compiled by Daily Sun staff writer Bob Belcher. He may be reached via e-mail at

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