Clark County Grand Jury


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

John D. Jones, 24, 316 E. Third St., having weapons under disability and carrying a concealed weapon

Amber L. Short, 31, 2115 Columbus Road, two counts of OVI

Eric Neal Beedy, 48, 41 N. Douglas Ave., receiving stolen property

Tommy Kelly, 39, at large, two counts of trafficking in cocaine

Jamie L. Back, 32, 41 N. Douglas Ave., breaking and entering and fleeing and eluding

William G. Pendergrass Jr., 41, at large, receiving stolen property

Victoria L. Ray, 55, 3390 Willow Road, possession of cocaine

Antone Maurice Youngblood III, 18, 913 Drexel Ave., trafficking in marijuana, trafficking in drugs, possession of drugs, carrying a concealed weapon and receiving stolen property

Paul Ryan Ater, 22, 1010 N. Plum St., domestic violence

James W. Clark, 45, 204 Arlington Ave., domestic violence

Robert Odom, 27, 1375 Albermarle Road, receiving stolen property

Amber Nichole Vollmer, 25, 1303 Clifton Ave., assault

Tim M. Matthews, 47, 1680 Brentwood Drive, fleeing and eluding

Michael D. Clifford, 27, 1308 Delta Road, Apt. B, domestic Violence

Jamie Lee Payne, 39, 317 Forrest Ave., abduction

Michael A. Brown Sr., 52, 1727 W. High St., domestic violence

Joshua David Moore, 24, 202 S. Race St., aggravated burglary and domestic violence

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

Shawn Christopher Maddox, 39, 328 S. Yellow Springs St., abduction and domestic violence

Robert Adam Ater, 25, 408 ½ E. Court St., Urbana, domestic violence


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