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12 indicted by grand jury

Clark County grand jurors returned the following indictments this week:

Bradley Michael Long, 24, of 935 Mound St.: failure to register a change of address;

Frederick J. Almon, 32, of 2342 N. Limestone St., Apt. 2: possession of cocaine;

Brandon Javon Lickliter, 20, of 1756 S. Center Blvd.: possession of heroin;

Andre L. McMahon, 36, of 745 Dibert Ave.: trafficking in heroin and possession of heroin;

Jamie Lee Back, 33, of 3267 Lower Valley: breaking and entering and vandalism;

Luke Anthony Adams, 22, of 432 Lyle: burglary, two counts;

Bryan Nicklaus Moore, 29, of 1229 Highland: felonious assault, two counts;

Cameron Eugene Bigby, 20, at large: assault;

Jaquala Deje Thompson, 20, at large: forgery, two counts;

Kelly Jo Masters, 37, of 1220 S. Fountain: theft;

Jessica Carnes, 25, of 326 S. Douglas Ave.: theft, four counts;

Jay William Hupp, 38, of Columbus: possession of cocaine.

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