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December 1, 2012

128 charged in grand jury indictments

Editor’s note: Some of the 128 indicted are not listed here because they had not yet been arrested when the list was issued. Their names, as well as the names of those listed, also appear in the daily arrest report on the day of their arrest.

By Jean Cole

A Limestone County grand jury recently handed down indictments for 128 people on charges ranging from theft to sodomy. Here is a synopsis of those charges according to nature of the alleged crime:

Violent crimes — Joe Louis Dotch, discharging gun in an occupied building; Gary Leon Cox, second-degree assault; Adam Matthew Kyle, first-degree assault; Patrick Wayne Richter, second-degree assault; Anthony James White, second-degree assault; Michael Stanley Putman, domestic violence (strangulation or suffocation); Gregory Deramus Gill, domestic violence (strangulation or suffocation); and Thomas Christopher Malone, first-degree robbery.

Crimes against children — Jeremy Michael Siniard, Kelly Marie Hogue, Stacy Lynn Staggs and Casey Wayne Gilbert, all with chemical endangerment of a child.

Property crimes — William Bradley Romine, first-degree theft of property; Cody Wayne Kieff, third-degree burglary; Robert Allen Clem, second-degree theft of property; Jennifer Faye Hill, third-degree burglary; Daniel Lynn King, first-degree theft of property; Teddy Joe Wray, receiving stolen property; Brittany Dianne Huff, third-degree burglary; Michael Blake, theft of property; Nicholas Jamil Wright, identity theft; Robert Lee Vandermarkt, third-degree burglary; Joshua Ray Moore, receiving stolen property; Matthew Joseph Treadway, third-degree burglary; Matthew Bradley King, third-degree burglary; Joseph E. Daugherty, third-degree burglary; Gary Leon Cox, first-degree theft of property; Markus Mandel Horton, receiving stolen property; Justin Colby King, first-degree theft of property; Jacob Dwight Robertson, second-degree theft of property; James Lee Scott, second-degree theft of property; Bobby Joe Allen, third-degree burglary; Nina Marie McKanney, first-degree theft of property and second-degree receiving stolen property; Thomas Allen Marlow, second-degree receiving stolen property; Jeremy Blake Newman, first-degree theft of property; Johnny Travis Posey, first-degree criminal mischief Zachary Wayne Thornton, second-degree theft of property; Deborah Jean Davis, second-degree theft of property; George E. Easto, first-degree theft of property; Shanez Audrica Tubbs, possession of a forged instrument; Tavoras Antwan Coffman, second-degree theft of property; and Alisha Lynn Caldarone, possession of a forged instrument.

Drug crimes — Gary Leon Cox, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Randall Eugene Wright, first-degree possession of marijuana; April Nayvonn Pressnell, unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance; Jason Wade Pressnell, unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance; Quinton Michael Corbett, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Courtney Terrell Allen, first-degree possession of marijuana; Ivan Marcelus Davis, possession of marijuana; Donald James Duffy, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Labron Quintez Madden, possession of marijuana; Bobby Ray Miller, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Alex Ray Reeder, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Paula Ann Schuman, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Joshua Jo Nathan Smith, second-degree possession of marijuana; Tina Turner Adams, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Latony Denette Troupe, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Michael Ray Morris, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Daxton Cole Casey, possession of a controlled substance; Kurt Charle Whitesell, possession of marijuana; Korey Warren Bates, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Shannon Wright Lennon, possession of marijuana; Timothy Brant Jackson, second-degree possession of marijuana; Daphne Suzette Gray, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Tavoras Antwan Coffman, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Harrald K. Robinson, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Mary Alice Beard, possessing/receiving a controlled substance;  Clifford Wayne Gill, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Shaun Busby, unlawful distribution; Karla D. Haggard, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Donald Ray Holman, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Charles Wayne Coffman, obtaining controlled substance by fraud; Jason Dale Vibbert, unlawful distribution; Jessica Lynn Pylant, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Angela Dawn Gordon, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Willie Bernard Johnson, possession of marijuana; Brandy Nicole May, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Jimmy O. Meeks, obtaining controlled substance by fraud; Stephen Michael Morrissey, unlawful manufacturing of a controlled substance; Jatinkumar J. Patel, unlawful distribution; Jordan Thomas Sneath, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; Jordan Thomas Sneath, possessing/receiving a controlled substance; and Hazel C. Thomas, possessing/receiving a controlled substance. 

Other crimes — William Patrick Johnson, attempting to elude/causing death or injury to an officer (Limestone County Sheriff’s Lt. Guy Simmons injured shoulder while trying to apprehend Johnson); Felix Miguel Juan, obstructing justice; and Mark Anthony Deats, pistol violation.

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