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15 indicted by grand jury


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

Mallory M. Shawver, 20, of 1567 Kenwood Ave., aggravated burglary.

Naasirah K. Akram, 19, of 1934 Fred Jordan Dr., Apt. B, aggravated burglary.

Suluki J. Evans, 32, of 807 Rice, OVI.

Daniel L. Massie, 31, of 119 N. Western, felonious assault.

Donald Kidd, 29, of 420 N. Church, OVI.

Demetrius D. Clay, 24, of 516 W. Pleasant, possession of cocaine.

Nathaniel Byrd, 21, of 702 W. State St., failure to comply.

Corey M. Hilt, 22, of 3032 Columbus Ave., receiving stolen property and theft.

Aaron T. Clay, 21, of 1245 Albermarle Rd., receiving stolen property and forgery.

Raymond L. Mefford Jr., 42, of 5765 Victorian Way, passing bad checks.

Rachael M. Sparks-Thompson, 32, of 1400 W. Cedarville Circle, illegal processing of drug documents and deception to obtain a dangerous drug.

Christian D. Brogan, 22, at large, failure to register a change of address.

Mychael D. Shaw, 34, of 1432 Woodward Ave., improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle and having weapons under disability.

Mark E. Swope, 41, of 1421 VanDenRlyn Ct. Fairborn, Ohio, illegal possession of a firearm on liquor permit premises and carrying concealed weapon.

James H. Loppe, 45, of 1403 Maiden Lane, domestic violence.


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