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22 indicted by grand jury


The Clark County Grand Jury returned the following indictments Monday:

Michael Willis II, 34, 525 N. Shaffer St., burglary.

Brian Johnson, 23, 1308 Delta Road, domestic violence.

Mitchell Browning, 31, 292 Johnson Ave., possession of cocaine.

Jacob Castle, 28, 4962 Limerick Road, theft and two counts of forgery.

Robert McDargh, 33, 829 E. Pleasant St., theft and eight counts forgery.

Jeremy Edley Jr., 22, 1508 S. Center St., forgery and receiving stolen property.

Jamie Owens, 47, 925 Innisfallen Ave., forgery.

John Greathouse Jr., 28, 1502 Mound St., theft and possessing criminal tools.

Stephen Baker, 29, 1231 N. Lowry Ave., two counts of breaking and entering.

Anthony Jordan, 29, 2100 E. High St., breaking and entering.

Nichole Sexton, 28, 1003 W. Lake Ave., New Carlisle, misuse of credit cards and forgery.

Barbara Courtney, 53, 1040 Wayne Ave., theft.

Paul Powell Jr., 24, 1452 W. Clark St., theft.

Jeremy Mount, 33, 935 N. Limestone St., robbery.

Travis Boggs, 18, 6920 Tall Timber Trail, Enon, burglary.

Kenneth King, 27, 2324 Sheridan Ave., receiving stolen property.

Michael Whipp, 32, 6666 New Horizon Ave., Enon, forgery and receiving stolen property.

Adelso Salazar, 28, 207 W. Jefferson St., New Carlisle, possession of drugs.

George Thompson, 32, Mount Sterling, Ohio, burglary.

Tyron Moore, 28, 138 E. Southern Ave., abduction and domestic violence.

Garrett Dolby, 42, 1115 S. Center St., abduction and domestic violence.

Cara Graham, 20, 1931 Fred Jordan Drive, obstructing justice.


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