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Former President George H.W. Bush hospitalized in Houston, official says

Grand jury indicts 15


The Clark County Grand Jury returned the following indictments this week:

Nyko Denise Phillips, 39, 1920 E. High St., Apt. 4, receiving stolen property;

Billy Eugene Brown, 42, 821 S. Isabella St., forgery;

Richard Woodrow Jr., 54, at large, theft;

John Andrew Creamer, 35, 2 W. Leffel Lane, Apt. 138, robbery, two counts;

Darien L. Higgenbottom, 39, 127 W. Auburn Ave., driving while intoxicated, two counts;

James Leroy Boeke, 20, 18 N. Freeman St., domestic violence and disrupting public service;

Kameron Michael Smith, 18, at large, improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle and having weapons under disability;

Chelsey D. Entler, 27, 207 E. Columbus Ave., theft, two counts;

Curtis Lee Standifer, 24, at large, receiving stolen property;

Robert S. Sands, 36, 611 Bowser Drive, New Carlisle, gross sexual imposition, four counts;

Earrol David Morefield, 51, 6253 Pleasant Chapel Road, Mechanicsburg, sexual battery and gross sexual imposition;

Dashawn Rahean Hutchins, 21, 727 S. Center St., felonious assault, two counts;

Dereal Lamont Wells, 29, 1004 S. Fountain Ave., Apt. 1/2, disrupting public services and assault;

Brandon Michael Suzman, 22, 633 S. York St., domestic violence;

Michael G. Goheen, 39, 226 White Cliffs Court, aggravated riot.


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