Grand jury issues several indictments


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

Robert R. Miller, 44, 900 N. Belmont Ave., arson.

Bobbie L. Hagen, 25, 2151 Hoppes Ave., two counts of burglary and receiving stolen property.

Donald A. Bowshier Jr., 27, 217 N. Shaffer St., illegal use of supplemental nutrition or WIC Program benefits.

John F. Hopkins, 49, 2164 W. Possum Road, improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle.

Paul W. Patton, 45, 127 Willis Ave., breaking and entering.

Emmanuel Crossley, 23, 1436 Cypress St., improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle and receiving stolen property.

Sharn L. Stiles, 43, 112 Banyon Drive, possession of cocaine.

Titus L. Moore, 25, at large, abduction and aggravated burglary.

Dean W. Long II, 23, 1437 S. Limestone St., domestic violence and having weapons under disability.

Cedric O. Savery, 34, 715 Linden Ave., domestic violence.

Cailus J. Parks, 42, 2013 Clifton Ave., domestic violence.

Jordan W. Jackson, 20, at large, robbery.

Christopher P. Arnold, 31, 1518 Eagle City Road, breaking and entering and receiving stolen property.

Jeremy J. Arnold, 25, 40 S. Lannert St., breaking and entering and receiving stolen property.

Sandra S. Nibert, 43, 507 Belleview Ave., possession of cocaine.

Bryan N. Moore, 29, 1229 Highland Ave., domestic violence.

Alexander D. Williams Jr., 20, 222 Ridge Road, improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle.

Leo Holmes, 46, 538 E. Rose St., failure to comply with order or signal of police officer and possession of cocaine.

Matthew Lewis, 30, 3200 E. National Road, possession of cocaine.

Adrian Craven III, 30, 1026 Frayne Drive, New Carlisle, possession of heroin.

Timothy S. Sparks, 44, 815 Fletcher Pike, South Charleston, disrupting a public service and domestic violence.


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