Clark County indictments

These 21 people were indicted in Clark County

These 21 people were indicted in Clark County Common Pleas Court this weekend. Indictments include:

LAST WEEK’S INDICTMENTS: These 24 people were indicted in Clark County

Dameon Windsor, 28, of Springfield: two counts of having weapons under disability, receiving stolen property, tampering with evidence, carrying concealed weapon.

Trulee Wood, 43, of Springfield: aggravated burglary.

Stephen Allen, 49, of Springfield: forgery, receiving stolen property.

Brandon Wilson, 24, of Springfield: vandalism, harassment with a bodily substance.

Chad Conley, 30, of Springfield: robbery, domestic violence (misdemeanor).

Diondray Beal, 34, of Springfield: two counts of having weapons under disability, carrying concealed weapons, receiving stolen property.

Jimmy Watkins, 43, of Medway: aggravated possession of drugs.

Jimmy Watkins, 43, of Medway: aggravated possession of drugs. 

Paul Smith, 45, of Springfield: aggravated possession of drugs.

Jimmy Dormon, 34, of Springfield: two counts of receiving stolen property.

Umer Kahn, 19, of Centerville: failure to comply with order or signal of police officer.

Robert Cobb Jr., 57, of Springfield: theft.

Jessica Truman, 33: theft.

Raymond Sims, 62: theft.

Daniel Young, 43: failure to verify current address, failure to register a change of new/address.

William Gibson, 57: failure to verify current address, failure to register a change of new/address.

Kenneth Steele, 40, of South Vienna: two counts of endangering children.

Alan Stamper, 53, of Springfield: carrying a concealed weapon, having weapons under disability.

Robert Boulware-Faison, 29, of Springfield: having weapons under disability, having weapons under disability.

Lamar Call, 47, of Springfield: aggravated possession of drugs.

Nathan Strawsburg, 42, of Springfield: aggravated possession of drugs.

Ronald Massie, 58, of Springfield: possession of a fentanyl-related compound.

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