Corsicana Daily Sun, Corsicana, Texas

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December 16, 2010

Kettle theft suspect indicted

Grand Jury returns 62 indictments against 52 in Thursday panel

Corsicana — A Navarro County Grand Jury indicted Jerry Lynn Honea on charges of aggravated robbery in connection with an alleged attack on a Salvation Army kettle worker on Nov. 30.

Honea was arrested on Dec. 2 by Corsicana Police as a suspect in the incident that took place in front of V.F. Factory Outlet Mall in Corsicana. He is alleged to have tried to take the Salvation Army donation bucket, and allegedly pulled a sharp object from his pocket and cut the jacket sleeve of the bell-ringer manning the kettle. Honea remained jailed on Thursday in lieu of a $100,000 bond placed by JP Jackie Freeland.

Thursday was the final meeting of the October-December term Grand Jury. A new panel will be seated in January, and will hear presentations in January, February and March.

A complete list of those indicted and charges Thursday, provided by the office of R. Lowell Thompson, District Attorney:

Adrian G. Ayala, organized crime.

William Steven Babb, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, theft of wire/cable, burglary of a building.

Tyler Martin Bailey, theft.

Briana Mechele Bane, possession of marijuana over four ounces/under five pounds.

Cody Wayne Berry, sexual assault.

Sammy Ray Bolt, possession of a controlled substance over one gram/under four grams.

Anisha Renae Brown, two counts of theft.

Daryl Evans Caldwell, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

Rufus Charles Calton, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, evading with a vehicle.

Jonathan Guevara Cardona, evading with a vehicle.

Cecil Ray Carpenter, aggravated sexual assault.

Randell Ray Click, aggravated assault.

Margaret Nanette Coleman, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

Bennie Earl Davis, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

Jatavious Demarcise Davison, burglary of a habitation, assault on a public servant.

Luis Delgado, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

Derek Scott Divetta, possession of a controlled substance over one gram/under four grams with intent to deliver.

Dektric Cornel Douglas, aggravated assault.

Steven Dewayne Erler, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Marcello LaCraig Gibbs, possession of a controlled substance over one gram/under four grams with intent to deliver.

Dandrae Rashad Goff, failure to comply with registration requirements.

Rodney Ray Goolsby, DWI/Third or subsequent offense.

Krista Areana Gowan, credit card abuse.

David Joe Cross, assault on a family member.

Arturo Guitierrez, DWI/with child under 15.

Millicant Diana Hearne, possession of marijuana over four ounces/under five pounds.

Casey Adam Hilty, burglary of a habitation.

Jerry Lynn Honea, aggravated robbery.

Byron Terell Hughes, assault/family violence airway blocked, retaliation/obstruction.

Jerry Dee Jefferson, possession of a controlled substance over four grams/under 200 grams with intent to deliver.

Wesley Thomas Jonte, theft.

Jorge Hernandez Ledezma, DWI/with child under 15.

Jose Luis Luna, assault of a family member.

David Carson McElwreath, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, fraudulent use of identifying information.

Miguel Montez, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

David Ovalle Sr., unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.

Gerardo Torres, organized crime.

Willie Marcell Sanders, possession of a controlled substance over one gram/under four grams with intent to deliver.

James Andrew Simpson, aggravated assault.

Mahlon Barry Stewart, possession of marijuana over four ounces/under five pounds.

Guy Terry, aggravated sexual assault, indecency with a child.

Cedric Marquis Tolliver, possession of a controlled substance under 28 grams in a drug-free zone.

Kartoir Carnell Tolliver, assault of a family member, child abandoning/endangering.

German Torres, organized crime

Jose Luis Torrez, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

Wyatt Timothy Turner, sexual assault.

Jimmy Don Vaughn, burglary of a habitation.

James Leslie Wells Jr., burglary of a habitation.

Richard Andrew Wetmore, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.

Cordero M. White, failure to comply with registration requirements.

Rodger Bernard Williams, two counts assault on a family member.

Justin Jubar Wren-Lot, possession of a controlled substance under one gram.

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List of indictments provided by office of R. Lowell Thompson, Navarro County District Attorney. Cases not indicted are not listed.

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