Drug, sex charges top indictment list

Drug, sex charges top indictment list

Several drug-related and sex-related charges top the lengthy list of indictments handed down earlier this week by the June term of the Obion County grand jury. The grand jury regularly convenes three times each year in Obion County to hear evidence of allegations of criminal activity to determine if charges should be levied by indictment through Circuit Court. Many of the cases have been waived from a lower court or bound over to the grand jury, while some others are presented directly to the panel for consideration. All of those indicted by this term of the grand jury will be arraigned Monday beginning at 9 a.m. in Obion County Circuit Court. The list of indictments released Thursday afternoon by Obion County Circuit Court Clerk Harry Johnson’s office includes: • Phillip Dwayne Abbott — aggravated rape. • Jovaris Morchess Beard, Taquisha Lasha Smith and Shunita Rochette Shields — possession of a controlled substance with intent (Beard and Smith only) and tampering with evidence (Shields only). • Kinvotie Voysouski Campbell and an unnamed suspect — reckless endangerment. • Jermaine Bruce Courtney and Orrin Lamont Clark — criminal conspiracy to commit possession of a controlled substance and criminal attempt to commit possession of a controlled substance with intent. • Quintie Michelle Cox — motor vehicle habitual offender act violation, two counts of driving under the influence and priors. • Devin Shayne Craig and Tina Faye Craig — possession of a controlled substance with intent and drug paraphernalia. • Ricky Charles Darnall — aggravated sexual battery. • Gary Dwayne Davis — public intoxication, possession of a controlled substance with intent, drug paraphernalia and simple possession. • Jessica Ann Eaves — worthless check. • Jessica Ann Eaves — worthless checks. • Jessica Ann Eaves — four counts of forgery. • Jessica Ann Eaves — 49 counts of forgery. • Jessica Ann Eaves — theft, identity theft and two counts of fraudulent use of a credit card. • Jessica Ann Eaves — two counts of worthless check. • Christopher Dean Flowers — burglary and theft. • Lori Elizabeth Glidewell — sale of a controlled substance and simple possession. • Anthony Michael Goosinow — three counts of fraudulent use of a credit card. • Brian Cooper Goree and Joshua Craig Butler — burglary and theft. • Tommy Dewayne Griffin — promotion of methamphetamine manufacture and motor vehicle habitual offender act violation. • Mitchell Demont Harris — two counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent. • Kimberly Renee Haynes — possession of a controlled substance with intent and drug paraphernalia. • Edwin Joseph Hogg Jr. and an unnamed suspect — manufacture of a controlled substance, initiation of process to manufacture a controlled substance and promotion of methamphetamine manufacture. • Quelo Zarrell Hogue — driving on a suspended license, priors, contraband in a penal institution and possession of a controlled substance with intent. • Robert Darrell Holland — driving under the influence and implied consent. • Joshua Allen Hooper and Sherry Abigail Virgin — aggravated burglary and theft. • Dewayne Robert Jezak — two counts of violation of Tennessee sex offender registration act. • Sidoles Shariff Lubin — theft, aggravated assault, five counts of assault and vandalism. • Charles Timothy McDaniel — theft. • Steven Ray McGhee — contraband in a penal institution. • Mark William Mannon — four counts of theft. • Mitzi Renee Martin — fraudulent obtaining of a controlled substance and evading arrest. • Wesley Milton Moody — attempt to commit aggravated arson. • Mark Edward Morris — four counts of sexual battery by an authority figure and two counts of statutory rape by an authority figure. • Donald Edward Nettles — driving on a revoked driver’s license and priors. • John Andrew Pajak — sexual battery by an authority figure. • William David Parham, Christopher Joe Simpson and three unnamed suspects — manufacture of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance with intent, initiation of process to manufacture methamphetamine, promotion of meth manufacture and simple possession (all of the suspects), promotion of meth manufacture and accessory after the fact (Parham only) and tampering with evidence (Simpson only). • Robert Max Pinkston — striking an unattended vehicle and motor vehicle habitual offender restriction act violation. • Timothy Ferrell Powers — motor vehicle habitual offender act violation. • Kimberly Dawn Prince — theft. • Eric Lynn Richardson — worthless check. • Thomas Loyd Roberson — identity theft. • Tiffany Nicole Parker Roney — identity theft. • Kevin Wayne Ross and Brandy Michelle Ross — burglary and theft. • David Chance Sanderson — rape of a child and aggravated sexual battery. • Tessa Lee Scott — nine counts of forgery. • Samantha Raye Smith — two counts of worthless check. • Samantha Raye Smith — three counts of worthless check. • Samantha Raye Smith — worthless check. • Samantha Raye Smith — four counts of worthless check. • Samantha Raye Smith — worthless check. • Samantha Raye Smith — two counts of theft and one count of forgery. • Samantha Raye Smith — seven counts of worthless check. • Timothy Clay Smith — two counts of aggravated burglary, one count of vandalism and one count of assault. • Ricky Oneal Tate — safety belt violation, evading arrest, driving on a canceled license and possession of a controlled substance with intent. • Glenn Jay Twining — aggravated burglary and theft. • Glenn Jay Twining — theft. • Glenn Jay Twining — forgery and theft. • Melinda Meschelle White — false reports. • Jason Lynn Wisdom — burglary. • Jason Lynn Wisdom and another unnamed suspect — aggravated burglary, theft and burglary. • Scott Timothy Wolfe — three counts of theft of property. • Matthew Neal Wright — contraband in a penal institution. Portions of four indictments and three additional indictments remain sealed, or secret, pending the arrests of the suspects indicted. Their names will be made public after Monday’s arraignments are complete. Published in The Messenger 6.6.08

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