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August 22, 2013

More charges in Derrick Days theft

Grand Jury hands down 69 indictments in August meeting

Corsicana — The Navarro County Grand Jury handed down a new indictment against Christle Owens Thursday in connection with the theft of funds from Derrick Days.

Owens was indicted on a charge of organized crime in connection with the theft of about $27,000 from the festival’s bank accounts earlier this year. Owens, 31, was indicted in July on two counts of debit or credit card abuse in the same case. Owens has been jailed since her arrest June 12.

Oswaldo Dario Xolalpa was indicted on charges of continued sexual abuse of a child. District Attorney R. Lowell Thompson said the victim in the case of continued sexual abuse was a young girl.

Grand jurors also returned an arson indictment against Jesus Manuel Loya Jr. Loya was being held in the Navarro County jail on other charges on July 6 when he is alleged to have tried to start a fire in his holding area.

A complete list of indictments, as provided by Thompson’s office include the following individuals and charges:

• Detra Diane Andrews, possession of a controlled substance over one gram/under four grams with intent to deliver.

• Darrin Marshall Autry, theft by check, theft.

• Christopher Lynn Baggett, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

• Kevin Morris Ballard, possession of a controlled substance under 28 grams with intent to deliver.

• Conner James Bense, possession of marijuana over four ounces/under five pounds.

• Coy Ray Boles, retaliation/obstruction.

• Elizabeth Rollins Cady, theft.

• Brittany Carter, fraudulent use of identifying information.

• David Dewayne Carter, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, theft of firearm    .

• Isaac Andrew Cavazos, possession of marijuana over four ounces/under five pounds.

• Albert Earl Chapple, assault/family violence with blocked airway.

• Justin Lamon Cooks, evading/second offense.

• Kevin Arnett Copeland, theft (two counts).

• Johnny Robert Croger Jr., possession of marijuana over four ounces/under five pounds.

• Damon Rashad Cyrus, credit card abuse.

• Andy Williams Dawson Jr., possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

• Jeremy Wayne Doss, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

• Tina Denise Dixon, evading with a vehicle.

• Jose Francisco Escamilla, assault/family violence with blocked airway.

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

• Darren Farris, burglary of a building (two counts).

• Jesus Fierro, injury to a child.

• Benjamin Rene Fira, retaliation/obstruction.

• Kimberly LeAnn Gray-Monk, burglary of a habitation.

• Lamarcus Desmond Green, evading arrest/detention, unlawful possession of a firearm.

• Chad Allen Guest, theft by check.

• Mony Heng, possession of a controlled substance over one gram/under four grams.

• Robert L. Island, burglary of a vehicle.

• Danica Latisha Maclin, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

• Jerry Wayne Lisenbe, tampering with physical evidence.

• Jose Alfredo Lopez, aggravated sexual assault.

• Jesus Manuel Loya Jr., arson.

• Charli Renee Lusk, injury to a child.

• David Earl Maddox, bail jumping, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

• Tiffany Rose Maldonado, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

• Frasmo Ramos Martinez, DWI/third offense.

• Bryan Ray Nutt, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, possession of a controlled substance over four grams/under 200 grams.

• Christle Rena Owens, organized crime.

• Fernando Rojas, delivery of marijuana under one/quarter ounce in a drug free zone. (Remuneration)

• Rickie Ruble, theft.

• Julian Segura, assault/family violence with airway blocked, aggravated kidnapping.

• Leon Shaw, aggravated assault of a family member.

• Daniel R. Simpson, burglary of a building (two counts).

• Timothy Leon Smith, credit card abuse (five counts).

• Johnny B. Sterling Jr., assault to a family member.

• Zachary Thomas Waller, retaliation/obstruction (two counts).

• Allen Daniel West, possession, manufacture and delivery of a controlled substance under one gram in a drug free zone.

• Justin Keith West, robbery.

• Larry Odell Williams, forgery.

• Cedric Jerome Willis, assault/family violence with blocked airway.

• Oswaldo Dario Xolalpa, continuous sexual abuse of a young child.

• Jimmy Ray Young, aggravated assault.

• Stacy Lynn Carroll, aggravated assault of a family member (three counts).

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List of indictments provided by office of R. Lowell Thompson, Navarro County District Attorney. Want to “Soundoff” on this story? Email: soundoff@corsicanadailysun.com

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