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October 24, 2013

Grand Jury indicts 47 cases

Corsicana — The Navarro County Grand Jury returned 47 indictments against 33 individuals in its monthly panel held Thursday at the Navarro County Courthouse.

Four individuals were indicted for their part in an August 2013 burglary of a building in the Kerens area. Montralis Lamond Goodson, Brandon Ray Russell, Antwone Xavier Warren and Jeremy Wilson are alleged to have been involved in the theft and were indicted on multiple charges, according to information provided by Navarro County District Attorney R. Lowell Thompson. Additional unrelated indictments were returned against Wilson for two counts of unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and two counts of burglary of a habitation.

Grand jurors also returned an indictment for injury to a disabled person against Marcella Arehart in connection with an incident alleged to have taken place on Oct. 9, 2013. Arehart is alleged to have injured a disabled man at his home. The victim did not know Arehart, Thompson said.

A complete list of indictments, provided by Thompson’s office:

• Marcella Arehart, injury to a disabled person.

• Daneyela Lesha Ausborn, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram;            

• Christopher B. Bellington, burglary of habitation;    

• Alexander Bustamante Jr., forgery;

• Roberto Castaneda, burglary of habitation and aggravated assault;        

• Tony Marscelas Coleman, evading arrest, subsequent offense;    

• Carissa Crittenden, three counts of credit card abuse;        

• Kenneth Tyrone Curtis, burglary of a habitation;    

• Brandon Daugherty, evading with a vehicle;

• Joshua Marquis Ellison, assault of a family member, airway blocked;

• Louis Odell Fant, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram with intent to deliver;

• Roberto Garcia, evading with a vehicle;    

• Montralis Lamond Goodson, hindering apprehension/prosecution, two counts of organized crime;    

• Brandon Ray Russell, theft, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and organized criminal activity;

• James Gray Jr., possession of a controlled substance less than one gram;            

• Sheena Leigh Hoff, credit card abuse and unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon;

• Heather Nicole Kilgore, injury to an elderly person;    

• Jeff Kuykendall, theft-by-check;        

• Stormy Dale Jones, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram;        

• Richard Wayne McElhaney, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram;            

• Dustin Scott Wright, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram;            

• Kevin Lee Lawless, driving while intoxicated with a child under the age of 15 in the car;

• Gary Wayne Mathis, forgery;

• Raul Mendoza Jr., forgery;

• Victor Lee Nealy, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon;

• Clarence Lowell Robinson Jr., possession of marijuana over four ounces, less than five pounds;

• Clarence Lowell Robinson Sr., possession of marijuana over four ounces, less than five pounds;        

• Josua Anthony Saul, burglary of a habitation;

• Mark Anthony Sheffield, burglary of a building;

• Derrick Smith, burglary of a habitation;    

• Randall Eugene Todd, possession of a controlled substance less than one gram, and evading with a vehicle;                    

• Antwone Xavier Warren, tampering with physical evidence and theft;                

• Jeremy Wilson, unlawful use of a motor vehicle, two counts of unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, two counts of burglary of a habitation.


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


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