Grand Jury No Bills And True Bills

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Here are the Grand Jury No Bills and True Bills:

No Bills:

HATFIELD, DEREK LEE W 33 M 0 1 GS 1731713 POSS.A FIREARM DURING COMMISSIION OR ATTEMPT TO CO
ROPER, RYAN PATRICK W 37 M 0 1 GS 1695363 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE
WILSON, MONTREL DEAUNTE B 28 M 0 1 GS 1730850 POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE

True Bills:

AYRES, BEN ROY W 61 M 306624 1 2 GS 1732171 AGGRAVATED DOMESTIC ASSAULT
BOOTH, BRADLEY FRANKLIN W 40 M 306625 1 1 GS 1715601 THEFT OF SERVICES
BRANCH, STACEY JAMES B 50 M 306626 1 1 GS 1731839 VIOLATION OF SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY
BROWN JR, RONNIE LEE B 27 M 306627 1 1 GS 1703444 POSS.

METHAMPHETAMINE FOR RESALE
BROWN JR, RONNIE LEE B 27 M 306627 2 1 GS 1703445 POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
COOK, MICHAEL THOMAS W 45 M 306628 1 1 GS 1720655 DRIVING LEFT OF CENTER LINE
COOK, MICHAEL THOMAS W 45 M 306628 2 1 GS 1720657 VIOLATION OF IMPLIED CONSENT LAW
COOK, MICHAEL THOMAS W 45 M 306628 3 1 GS 1720656 DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
CRUTCHFIELD, JAMIE LEE W 41 M 306629 1 2 CO 17003345 THEFT OF PROPERTY
EADY, KA'VA MONIQUE B 19 F 306630 1 3 GS 1736811 THEFT OF PROPERTY
EADY, KA'VA MONIQUE B 19 F 306631 1 3 GS 1736854 THEFT OF PROPERTY
EVERETT, MATTHEW CODY W 28 M 306632 1 2 GS 1723279 DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
GIBSON, LEJUAN SHAQUILLE B 25 M 306633 1 1 GS 1721112 AGGRAVATED ASSAULT
GOODWIN, DEMARIO ANTIONE B 34 M 306634 1 2 GS 1717866 DRIVING LEFT OF CENTER LINE
GOODWIN, DEMARIO ANTIONE B 34 M 306634 2 2 GS 1717867 RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT
GOODWIN, DEMARIO ANTIONE B 34 M 306634 3 2 GS 1717869 VIOLATION OF IMPLIED CONSENT LAW
GOODWIN, DEMARIO ANTIONE B 34 M 306634 4 2 GS 1717870 FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
HATFIELD, DEREK LEE W 33 M 306635 1 3 GS 1731705 POSS. METHAMPHETAMINE FOR RESALE
HATFIELD, DEREK LEE W 33 M 306635 2 3 GS 1731706 POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
HATFIELD, DEREK LEE W 33 M 306635 3 3 GS 1731707 POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA
HATFIELD, DEREK LEE W 33 M 306635 4 3 GS 1731708 POSSESSION OF A FIREARM DURING A DANGEROUS OFFENSE
HATFIELD, DEREK LEE W 33 M 306635 5 3 GS 1731709 POSSESSION OF A FIREARM DURING A DANGEROUS OFFENSE
HATFIELD, DEREK LEE W 33 M 306635 6 3 GS 1731710 POSSESSION OF A FIREARM DURING A DANGEROUS OFFENSE
HATFIELD, DEREK LEE W 33 M 306635 7 3 GS 1731711 POSSESSION OF A FIREARM DURING A DANGEROUS OFFENSE
HATFIELD, DEREK LEE W 33 M 306635 8 3 GS 1731712 POSSESSION OF A FIREARM DURING A DANGEROUS OFFENSE
HUTCHESON, JESSICA NICOLE W 31 F 306636 1 2 GS 1736856 CONTRABAND IN PENAL INSTITUTIONS
HUTCHESON, JESSICA NICOLE W 31 F 306636 2 2 GS 1736857 POSSESSION OF HYDROCODONE
HUTCHESON, JESSICA NICOLE W 31 F 306636 3 2 GS 1736858 POSSESSION OF BUPRENORPHINE FOR RESALE
HUTCHESON, JESSICA NICOLE W 31 F 306636 4 2 GS 1736859 POSSESSION OF ALPRAZOLAM

HUTCHESON, JESSICA NICOLE W 31 F 306636 5 2 GS 1736860 OSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE FOR RESALE
HUTCHESON, JESSICA NICOLE W 31 F 306636 6 2 GS 1736861 POSSESSION OF LEGEND DRUGS
KING, DEMARKETH LAMONT B 30 M 306637 1 3 GS 1729198 AGGRAVATED STALKING
MCINTOSH, JOHN EDWARD W 31 M 306638 1 3 GS 1724252 CONTRABAND IN PENAL INSTITUTIONS
MCMAHAN, JOSHUA STEPHEN W 38 M 306639 1 1 GS 1724224 CONTRABAND IN PENAL INSTITUTIONS
ROBINSON, DARRELL LEBRON B 35 M 306640 1 1 GS 1721113 ASSAULT
ROPER, RYAN PATRICK W 37 M 306641 1 3 GS 1695362 POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
ROPER, RYAN PATRICK W 37 M 306641 2 3 GS 1695364 RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT
ROPER, RYAN PATRICK W 37 M 306641 3 3 GS 1695365 VIOLATION OF SEAT BELT LAW
ROPER, RYAN PATRICK W 37 M 306641 4 3 GS 1695366 VIOLATION OF REGISTRATION LAW
ROPER, RYAN PATRICK W 37 M 306641 5 3 GS 1695367 FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
ROPER, RYAN PATRICK W 37 M 306641 6 3 GS 1695368 FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
ROPER, RYAN PATRICK W 37 M 306641 7 3 GS 1695369 VIOLATION OF MOTOR CARRIER REGULATION
ROPER, RYAN PATRICK W 37 M 306641 8 3 GS 1695361 DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
SHETTER, CHARLES R W 67 M 306642 1 1 GS 1700161 FAILURE TO MAINTAIN LANE
SHETTER, CHARLES R W 67 M 306642 2 1 GS 1700162 DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE
THOMPSON JR, GEORGE B 54 M 306643 1 3 GS 1737639 VIOLATION OF SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY
THOMPSON JR, GEORGE B 54 M 306644 1 3 GS 1738084 ASSAULT
THOMPSON JR, GEORGE B 54 M 306644 2 3 GS 1738085 EVADING ARREST
UNDERWOOD, ORLANDES COSTES B 52 M 306645 1 1 GS 1734572 POSSESSION OF COCAINE
UNDERWOOD, ORLANDES COSTES B 52 M 306645 2 1 GS 1734573 POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA
WILSON, MONTREL DEAUNTE B 28 M 306646 1 3 GS 1730848 CONTRABAND IN PENAL INSTITUTIONS
WILSON, MONTREL DEAUNTE B 28 M 306646 2 3 GS 1730849 POSSESSION OF MDMA FOR RESALE


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