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June 17, 2010

Grand Jury indicts 44

Indictment returned on 2007 crime

Corsicana — A Navarro County man was indicted in connection with a 2007 sexual assault, according to the list of indictments released Thursday by the District Attorney’s office.

Jorge Alberto Gonzales is charged with aggravated sexual assault, and if convicted could face a sentence of five to 99 years in prison, or life.

“The offense was allegedly committed Sept. 6, 2007. We just got enough evidence to identify the suspect,” said District Attorney Lowell Thompson. “We’ve already convicted one suspect, we were just trying to identify the other one.”

This was the last meeting of the grand jury which first convened in April. The next docket in July will be with a new grand jury, Thompson said.

“They did a real good job of deliberating,” he said of the jury.

The duty of the grand jury is to determine if enough evidence exists to bring charges against a suspect. A trial jury’s duty is to decide whether or not someone is guilty.

Indicted Thursday were the following people:

Linda Sue Claxton, abandoning/endangering a child

Torrie Deon McCoy, aggravated robbery

Horris Jenkins, third DWI

Brittany Sue Osburn, credit card abuse

D’Odrick Lekreg Montgomery, credit card abuse

Antonio Jesus Jessa, credit card abuse

Julie Katherine Feldman, credit card abuse

Ericka Brackeen, credit card abuse

Dorothy Kay Granger, tampering with a government record

Jonathan Jordan Pipes, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram

Andrel Darnell Spates, possession of marijuana greater than 50 pounds and less than 2,000 pounds

Andre Riguel Pate, possession of a controlled substance, greater than one gram, less than four grams

Timothy Edward Noble, third DWI

Chad Nathaniel Woolen, theft

Cody Lynn Stewart, possession of a controlled substance under one gram, and evading arrest with a vehicle

Kelly Paul Smith, possession of a controlled substance, greater than one gram, less than four grams, with intent to deliver

James N. Higginbotham, theft

Pedro Sanchez Aviles, theft

Melissa J. Minx, three counts of credit card abuse

Israel Aviles, theft

Marion Lee Adams, theft

Blaine Jason Kinsey, sexual assault

Jose Lewis Lopez, engaging in organized criminal activity and credit card abuse

Joshua Richard Lumley, engaging in organized criminal activity and credit card abuse

John Marcus Bryant, engaging in organized criminal activity and credit card abuse

Jerome Howard Bearden, deadly conduct

William Blake Divin, aggravated assault

Tommy Eugene Newton, prohibited weapon

Juan Martinez, DWI with a child under 15

Isaias Diaz Garcia, forgery

Emely Vanessa Rodriguez, forgery

Justin William Sigler, sexual assault

Bridget Renee Hamby, forgery

Devonte Deon Sanders, aggravated assault

John Makubo Mohochi, aggravated assault

Lederrius Cortney Thompson, possession of a controlled substance over 28 grams in a drug free zone

Wesley Jerome Solomon, burglary of a building

Chester Alfonso Ampie-Soto, burglary of a building

Rawley Prowell, theft

Francisco Lopez Campoz, burglary of a building

Albino Lopez, evading arrest with a vehicle

Edgar Gaspar Ruiz, evading arrest with a vehicle

Kenneth Earl Anderson, evading arrest with a vehicle

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