Clark County Grand Jury indicts 19


The Clark County Grand Jury met Monday and returned the following indictments:

Aaron Earl Starks Jr., 19, Dayton, felonious assault

Verna L. Napier, 38, 3834 Dayton-Springfield Road, assault and obstructing official business

Alanna Lynette Patton, 41, 102 S. Race St., failure to appear

Kyle Dean Shockley, 25, 935 N. Limestone St., Apt. 5, felonious assault

James W. McCuddy, 37, 463 E. Cassilly St., receiving stolen property and theft

Gary Dean Huff, 23, 1437 S. Limestone St., two counts of forgery and two counts of receiving stolen property

Ellis Taylor, 31, 100 Delcourt Drive, theft

Howard Clayton Lambert Jr., 48, 518 Parkwood Ave., violation of protection order

Roger Brenton McAfee, 51, Belle Center, breaking and entering

James Michael Blair, 33, at large, breaking and entering

Heidi Suzanne Long, 25, 1532 W. Clark St., forgery

Christopher Brown, 38, 1038 Lagonda Ave., three counts of breaking and entering

Rodney Dewayne Ragland Sr., 47, 751 Drexel Ave., aggravated burglary and domestic violence

Jerry R. Mills, 69, 7807 Sunrise Drive, improper handling of firearm in a motor vehicle

Kyle L. Smith, 19, 1135 E. John St., Apt. B, felonious assault

Steven James Tobin, 39, 926 Firwood Drive, New Carlisle, having weapons under disability and two counts of improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle

Adonte Cherry, 32, at large, discharge of a firearm on or near prohibited premises, felonious assault, tampering with evidence

Ethel Parkison-Taylor, 44, 434 E. Grand Ave., deception to obtain a dangerous drug and trafficking in drugs

Dreuntay D. Davenport, 18, 424 E. Rose St., felonious assault with gun specification


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