Grand Jury Indicts 23

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Friday marked the beginning of a new term of Cannon County Circuit Court. As is custom, the new term begins with the meeting of the Grand Jury. Those persons indicted during Friday’s session included:

Kathleen D. Farless for driving under the influence,

Steven D. Davis for driving on a revoked license 2nd offense, insurance law and misuse of registration,

Joe Don Fann for animals at large,

Thomas E. Baxter for revoked license, insurance law and registration violation,

Michael E. Muncy for seatbelt violation, drug paraphernalia, introduction of contraband into a penal facility and promotion of methamphetamine manufacture,

Travis Lee Dobson for revoked license and insurance violation,

Keith David Smith for theft under $500.00, manufacture of methamphetamine and maintaining a dwelling to manufacture methamphetamine,

Jeremy Dean Sissom for possession of drug paraphernalia and carrying a weapon as a convicted felon,

Marcus E. Tenpenny for evading arrest and aggravated assault,

Ashley Dawn Meeks for simple possession of schedule VI and promotion of methamphetamine manufacture,

David Seiber for revoked license 8th offense and driving while being declared a habitual motor vehicle offender,

Dustin Scott St. John for seatbelt violation, simple possession of schedule II, evading arrest, criminal impersonation and probation of methamphetamine manufacture,

Richard Stickney, III for driving under the influence,

Johnny B. Hollis for resisting arrest, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of prohibited weapons, aggravated kidnapping and aggravated rape,

Jennie Rawls for revoked license and drug paraphernalia,

Ila Kay Smith for driving under the influence 3rd offense and revoked license,

Terry Scott Austin for domestic assault,

Donald Ray Neal for aggravated robbery,

Charles E. Howland for animal cruelty,

Charles C. Howland for animal cruelty, and

Adam Clint George for driving under the influence, manufacture of methamphetamine, initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine, simple possession of marijuana, and possession of drug paraphernalia,

In addition to the indictments listed above, the grand jury also returned 2 sealed indictments. The names of those defendants will not be released until they are arrested.

The next step for these defendants will be arraignment day on June 10th. On that day, defendants will be formally read their charges.

The Cannon Courier must stress that an indictment is not a finding of guilt.  It simply means that the grand jury thought there was enough evidence to set the case for trial.
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