These 21 people were indicted in Clark County

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Clark County indictments

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

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Zakaya N. Bragg, 47, of Springfield: failure to register a change of address.

Terry Pridgen, 26: carrying concealed weapon, two counts of improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicles.

Harley Leigh, 27, of Springfield: aggravated possession of drugs.

Rasheed Amin Akram Muhammas, 24, of Springfield: assault, obstructing, obstructing official business.

Cody S. Havens, 33, of Springfield: vandalism, theft, possession of criminal tools.

John C. Arment, 29, of Springfield: failure to comply with order or signal of police officer, assault, obstructing official business.

Dylan A. Rife, 21, of Springfield: two counts of carrying concealed weapon, four counts of improper handling of firearms in a motor vehicle.

Michael E. Minnick, 38, of Springfield: forgery.

Donald A. Craig, 40, of Springfield: two counts of aggravated burglary.

Herbert Ingram III, 20, of Springfield: receiving stolen property, unlawful possession of dangerous ordnance and illegal manufacture of processing of explosives, tampering with evidence.

Thomas W. Tarbutton, 35, of Springfield: robbery.

Tyler R. Roberts, 35, of Bellefontaine: possession of cocaine, tampering with evidence.

Danny E. Willis, 60, of Springfield: possession of fentanyl-related compound, tampering with evidence.

Bobby G. Sitzes, 34: rape, gross sexual imposition.

Daun M. Morrison, 28, of Springfield: two counts of endangering children.

Steven D. Friend, 36, of Springfield: aggravated possession of drugs, receiving stolen property.

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Michelle Turner, 42: theft.

Stephen P. Vine, 28: theft.

Navaeh L. Eldridge, 19, of Springfield: assault, obstructing official business.

Ja’Mar D. Walker, 18, of Springfield: domestic violence.

Mako A. Loudermilk, 19, of Newark: failure to comply with order of signal of police officer, aggravated possession of drugs, vehicular assault.

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