Grand Jury Indictments

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Forty-four altogether indictments were returned by the Carroll County Grand Jury during its September session, including:

•Jason Mark Mills: first degree murder, aggravated arson, abuse of corpse, tampering with evidence.

•Johnathon Wayne Allen: theft of property up to $60,000.

•Michael Wayne Allred: failure to appear, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon (two counts).

•Robert Earl Barlet Jr.: aggravated assault, failure to appear (two counts).

•Robert Davis Bennett: failure to exercise due care, DUI (third offense).

•James Boaz: driving while license revoked, theft of property up to $2,500.

•Tamara J. Bratton: possession of methamphetamine with intent, schedule II drugs, drug paraphernalia, contraband in a penal facility.

•Daniel Clois Copeland: felony possession of a firearm with intent to go armed (two counts), drug paraphernalia, simple possession/casual exchange, possession of meth with intent.

•Teddy Doyle Craig: burglary (other than habitation), burglary (auto).

•Fredrick Horton Crawley: assault with bodily injury, aggravated burglary (attempt).

•Tierra Shalece Diggs: simple possession/casual exchange (two counts), tampering with evidence, possession of meth with intent, driving while license suspended.

•Marcus Dante Etheridge: schedule VI drugs.

•Amanda Nicole Farlow: violation of protective order – conditions of release, resisting arrest.

•April Nicole Garner: theft of property up to $10,000 (two counts), aggravated burglary (two counts), vandalism up to $1,000.

•Timothy Ryan Goode: evading arrest (two counts), speeding.

•Michael Wayne Hilliard: possession of meth with intent.

•Roger Jay Hollowell: burglary other than habitation, possession of meth with intent.

•Brandon David Huotari: theft up to $1,000, unlawful possession of a weapon, criminal trespass.

•Baryon Oneal Johnson: failure to appear (two counts), driving while license revoked, domestic assault, criminal trespass, evading arrest, felony reckless endangerment.

•Cassius Sinclair Jordan: possession of a weapon by a convicted felon (two counts), drug paraphernalia, schedule VI drugs, felony possession of a firearm with intent to go armed, possession of meth with intent, schedule IV drugs.

•Travis Scott Ledsinger: possession of a weapon by a convicted felon.

•Taylor Jenkins Littrell: rape.

•Cornelious Love Jr.: tampering with evidence, schedule II drugs, felony reckless endangerment, schedule III drugs, theft of property up to $60,000, speeding, evading arrest.

•David Justin Matheny: schedule VI drugs, drug paraphernalia.

•Daniel Jackson McAlexander: aggravated burglary, theft of property up to $10,000.

•Adrian Tyman Moore: criminal trespass, unlawful possession of a weapon, theft up to $1,000.

•Michael Edward Newbill: sexual offender registration form violation.

•Darrin Keith Patterson: aggravated assault, assault with bodily injury.

•Christopher Alan Rogers: possession of meth with intent.

•Robin Lancey Russell: theft of property up to $60,000, aggravated assault, drug paraphernalia, burglary other than habitation, possession of meth with intent.

•Terry Matthew Scott: drug paraphernalia, felony possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, schedule II drugs.

•Michael Eugene Sexton: evading arrest.

•Mariques Eugene Taylor: domestic assault, aggravated assault.

•Joshua Robert Thompson: theft of property up to $10,000, burglary other than habitation.

•Andrew Arnold Tosh: domestic assault, aggravated assault, joyriding.

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Also indicted were several walk-in defendants, whose names cannot be release until they are served with warrants. These included:

•Walk-In: aggravated statutory rape.

•Walk-In: theft of services up to $10,000, TNCare fraud participation.

•Walk-In: aggravated child abuse, neglect, or endangerment.

•Walk-In: aggravated child abuse, neglect, or endangerment.

•Walk-In: child abuse, neglect, or endangerment.

•Walk-In: assault with bodily injury (two counts), domestic assault.

•Walk-In: official misconduct, destruction or tampering with governmental records, computer offense up to $60,000, theft of property up to $60,000.

•Walk-In: theft of property up to $250,000.

•Walk-In: worthless checks up to $10,000.

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