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17 indicted by Clark County grand jury


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

Tyrone J. Clark, 28, 224 N. Race St., possession of heroin

Philip D. Riggle, 41, 937 Biel St., possession of cocaine

Ethan P. Gorsuch, 22, 266 Brentwood Dr., Apt. O, possession of cocaine

Michael L. Embry, 34, 1119 Rosedale Ave., possession of drugs

Hassan I. Smith, 34, 916 Linden Ave., possession of cocaine

Ricky L. Glover, 22, 3200 E. National Road, Apt. 27, abduction and domestic violence

Andrew D. Burton, 54, 621 S. Fountain Ave., Apt. 4, domestic violence and felonious assault

Dustin A. Cable, 31, 9632 Stott Road, Pike Twp., aggravated robbery with firearm specification

Charles E. Hall, 25, at large, four counts of aggravated vehicular assault, two counts of failure to stop after an accident and operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs

Chelsea M. Dowler, 23, 2125 S. Tecumseh Road, Apt. 57, failure to comply with order or signal of police officer and receiving stolen property

Lydell D. Curtis, 25, Dayton, aggravated robbery with firearm specification & kidnapping with firearm specification

Paula J. Hilling, 42, 517 Neosha Ave., domestic violence

Ronald B. Morris III, 46, at large, domestic violence

Logan C. McCarty, 22, 803 Laurel St., failure to comply with order or signal of police officer

Bryan A. Scott Sr., 47, 517 S. Light St., possession of cocaine

Anthony K. Roberts II, 22, 244 W. Grand Ave., improper handling of firearms in motor vehicle

Bonnie L. Hagen, 25, 2151 Hoppes Ave., theft


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