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12 indicted by grand jury


Clark County grand jurors handed up indictments involving 12 people Monday.

Those indicted were:

Joseph Perry Lewis, 54, of 105 Bassett Drive: felonious assault;

Frank Lewis Hearns III, 25 of 1558 S. Center St.: trafficking in marijuana, improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle, and receiving stolen property;

Daniel Lee Sions, Jr., 34, at large: forgery and receiving stolen property;

Gregory Alan Karjala, 30, of 1795 Hocker, Apt. 3, New Carlisle: abduction and aggravated menacing;

Charles H. Scurlock, 60, of 814 S. Center St.: deception to obtain a dangerous drug;

Donald E. Martin, 50, of 734 Lakeview Ave., New Carlisle: two counts of deception to obtain a dangerous drug;

Edward Demond Cunningham, 36, at large: two counts of violation of a protection order;

Christopher Lamont Bates, 24, of 1527 S. Western: forgery and receiving stolen property

Jeremy Michael Howard, 23, of 620 Fletcher Pike, South Charleston: two counts of aggravated robbery with firearm specification;

Nachole L. Griffin, 27, at large: two counts of aggravated robbery with firearm specification;

Brandon David Perry, 31, of 1656 Lambers, New Carlisle: domestic violence;

Joseph Wayne Jacks, 39, of 83 Banyon Drive, South Vienna: domestic violence.


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