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Urbana man faces drug charges

Champaign County indictments handed up.


The Champaign County Grand Jury indicted one man on drug charges this week.

The prosecutors alleged that on April 25, a 35-year-old Urbana man knowingly shipped and was in possession various drug substances and had possession of criminal tools and $1,848 found in connection of these offenses.

James Douglas Breneman, of 452 E. Church St., was indicted on two counts of trafficking in cocaine, one count of possession of cocaine, possession of heroine, trafficking in marijuana, possessing criminal tools, and possession of hashish.

Others who were indicted in separate cases include:

Brittany Nicole Smith, 23, 265 W. Elm Street, North Lewisburg, one count of possession of heroin.

Brian Christopher Potts, 24, 318 Lynn Street, Urbana, one count of theft and one count of receiving stolen property.

Troy Brandon Tyler Byrd, 25, Orient, 2 counts of theft, one count of receiving stolen property.

David Thane Piatt, 21, 3329 Upper Valley Pike, Springfield, one count of carrying a concealed weapon, one count of improperly handling a firearms in a motor vehicle, and one possession of marijuana.

Mary M. Legge, 20, 341 Windsor Ave., Urbana, one count of possession of heroin and one count of possessing criminal tools.

Brian Keith Swank, 46, 1274 Kennard-Kingscreek Road, Urbana, one count of domestic violence and one count of obstructing official business.

Aaron Kenneth Corvin, 36, 941 SR 29, Urbana, one count of domestic violence.

Daniel Joe Dearwester, 26, Bellefontaine, three counts of complicity in the commission of tampering with coin machines.

Joshua Robert Claybaugh, 25, Bellefontaine, three counts of tampering with coin machines, one count of possessing criminal tools.

Anthony Jackson Stapleton, 23, Lima, eight counts of theft, eight counts of petty theft, one count of theft of drugs, and one count of criminal damaging or endangering.

Robert Lee Palmer, 35, 2470 Hilltop Ave., Springfield, one count of aggravated burglary, one count of burglary, one count of domestic violence, and one count of criminal damaging or endangering.

Robert Kelly Artz, 42, 5314 SR 55, Urbana, one count of domestic violence and one count of obstructing official business.

Dustin Michael Macy, 26, 611 Coffin Station, Urbana, one count of robbery and one count of attempted petty theft.

Jeremy James Stevens, 35, 947 W. Church Street, Urbana, one count of receiving stolen property.

Jason Clifford Deweese, 31, 8000 Stringtown Road, Mechanicsburg, one count of possession of heroin and one count of possessing criminal tools.

Joshua Aaron Louden, 39, 332 Pleasantview Estate, Mechanicsburg, one count of drug possession.

Clinton Thomas Pierce, 31, 460 E. Dallas Road, Urbana, 2 counts of breaking and entering, one count of theft of a motor vehicle, three counts of forgery, one count of theft, two counts of petty theft, one count of possessing drug abuse instruments, and one count of possession of heroin.

Anthony Lucas Cole, 39, Marion, 3 counts of illegal manufacture of drugs, one count of illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, one count of endangering children, and one count of possessing criminal tools.

Timothy Salyer, 34, 7352 SR 245, Urbana, three counts of illegal manufacture of drugs, one count of illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs, one count of endangering children, and one count of possessing criminal tools.

Lisa Danielle Cole, 31, 7352 SR 245, North Lewisburg, one count of illegal assembly or possession of chemicals for the manufacture of drugs and one count of endangering children.


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