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Grand jurors hand up indictments


The Clark County grand jury met last week and returned the following indictments:

Joshua N. Roberts, 33, 237 Eastwood Drive, domestic violence

Brandon S. Henry, 25, Dayton, theft

Aaron J. Roberts, 28, 1226 W. Jefferson St., trafficking in marijuana and possession of marijuana

Jeffrey L. Stewart, 30, 820 E. John St., Apt. B, trafficking in heroin and two counts of possession of heroin with a forfeiture specification

Conner L. Paul, 18, 108 Short Drive, possession of heroin and five counts of possession of drugs

Emerson J. Sowers, 26, 23 E. Southern Ave. felonious assault

Dustin D. Back, 21, 3267 Lower Valley Pike, tampering with evidence and receiving stolen property

Daniel L, Cupps, 24, 926 Sunset Ave., Apt. F, receiving stolen property

Harley M. Beverly, 21, 6860 W. National Road, theft

William H. Johnson, 42, 13 N. Shaffer St., two counts of burglary

Michael L. Seals, 22, 11136 Lower Valley Pike, Medway, vandalism

Jordan D. Briem, 31, 1632 Cypress St., five counts each of forgery and receiving stolen property

William J. Blackburn, 26, 1324 Broadway Ave., felonious assault

Danni Aleyia-May Perez, 21, 1936 Fred Jordan Dr., Apt. F, assault

Raymond L. Poe, 40, 13 S. Shaffer St., felonious assault

Jason T. Pelfrey, 39, 2008 Gridley Ave., deception to obtain a dangerous drug

Shadon M. McCoy, 38, 514 W. Jefferson St., deception to obtain a dangerous drug and illegal processing of drug documents

Mace D. Dooley, 45, at large, possession of heroin

Larry E. Kennedy II, 35, 2680 E. High St., Apt. 101, three counts of rape and two counts of gross sexual imposition

Carl E. Thomas, 55, at large, rape, abduction and unlawful sexual conduct with a minor

Hershel E. Rogan, 41, at large, failure to register a change of address

Christopher R. T. Neal, 31, at large, failure to register a change of address

Stephanie Dawn Corbin, 34, 11444 Gerlaugh Road, New Carlisle, identity fraud

Jason L. Kellison, 29, at large, nine counts of forgery, two counts each of breaking and entering and vandalism, receiving stolen property, five counts of possession of drugs and theft

Jessica R. Conwell, 27, 370 S. Clairmont Ave., nine counts of forgery, two counts each of breaking and entering and vandalism, receiving stolen property, five counts of possession of drugs and theft


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