Grand Jury Indictees Face Arraignment Friday
Thursday, June 10, 2010 8:56 am
17 of the 23 people indicted by the Cannon County Grand Jury on May 14 face arraignment Friday in Cannon County Circuit Court.
• Katherine Y. Goodman for sale of schedule II controlled substances (two counts) and maintaining a dwelling to keep, use of sell schedule drugs.
• Gregory Jason Porter for sale of schedule II controlled substances (two counts), casual exchange of schedule drugs and maintaining a vehicle to keep, use or sell schedule drugs.
• George Manus Jr. for sale of schedule III controlled substances, casual exchange of drugs (two counts) and maintaining a dwelling to keep, use or sell schedule drugs.
• Donna Falkenback for sale of schedule IV controlled substances (two counts) and maintaining a dwelling to keep, use or sell schedule drugs.
• Michael Sanders for driving while license revoked 4th offense, speeding and violation of financial responsibility law.
• Jack Marlin Stephens, Jr. for driving under the influence and driving under the influence with a blood alcohol concentration over .20.
• Wendy Marie Thomas and Allison Danielle Church for promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine and initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine.
• Kirk Wayne Wilson for driving under the influence, violation of the implied consent law, driving while license revoked and driving while a habitual motor vehicle offender.
• Misty Nissa Rutledge for promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine.
• Robert A. Deffendoll and Camren J. Deffendoll for burglary and theft over $500.00.
• Jonathan W. Johnson for theft and aggravated burglary,
• Jeremy Thomas, Thomas Clay Davis, Joseph P. Brinkley and Jessie L. Scott for conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine and initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine. In addition, Jeremy Thomas is charged with destruction of evidence.
The remaining seven persons were charged under sealed indictment and have yet to be located or served by the Cannon County Sheriff's Department.
The Cannon Courier must stress that an indictment by the Grand Jury is not a finding of guilt. It simply means that the Grand Jury felt there was enough evidence to move the case forward for trial.
Following their arraignment Friday, those indicted will return to court on July 9 to enter a plea to the charges they face.