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Grand jury returns several indictments


The Clark County grand jury met Dec. 27 and returned the following indictments:

Gregory Watkins, 33, 443 E. High St., domestic violence.

Phillip Miracle, 20, 303 E. Rose St., forgery.

Jason Toner, 26, 1014 Lagonda Ave., forgery.

Jason Dixon, 32, 623 North St., receiving stolen property.

Robert Wilcox, 38, Dayton, trafficking in cocaine, possession of cocaine and having weapons under disability.

Chad Massie, 36, 147 S. Shaffer St. breaking and entering.

Summer Massie, 31, 2365 W. First St., breaking and entering.

Kyle Kegley, 21, 820 Hunter Road, Enon, burglary.

Austin Shaw, 18, 67 First St., North Hampton, burglary.

Lyle Wilkinson, 28, 1351 S. Plum St., two counts of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

Bobby Miller, 41, 28 S. Florence St., forgery and receiving stolen property.

Kyle Warner, 27, 1620 Sweetbriar Lane, seven counts of forgery.

Corey Campbell, 24, 1637 Over Look Drive, receiving stolen property.

Sean Neikirk, 30, Tipp City, robbery.

Heather Fent, 30, 512 Hamilton Ave., New Carlisle, robbery.

Derick Long, 22, 9174 E. U.S. 36, Woodstock, forgery and receiving stolen property.

Michael Campbell, 25, Wilberforce, having weapons under disability and attempted vandalism.

Cassidy Campbell, 19, at large, aggravated robbery.

Wesley Lough, 20, 2024 Westboro Ave., felonious assault.

Charles Cole, 23, 3015 Erter Drive, felonious assault.

Brandon Trapp, 19, 313 Stanton Ave., felonious assault.

Lawrence Franzheim, 59, 1569 S. Center Blvd., ethnic intimidation.

Kody Sickles, 23, 1700 Woodward Ave., six counts felonious assault.

Heather Silvers, 29, 1700 Woodward Ave., six counts felonious assault.

Stevan Mendenhall, 29 1813 E. High St., abduction.


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