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October 2, 2013

Grand jury releases indictments

Gainesville — Staff report

The Cooke County Grand Jury recently released a slate of felony indictments gathered during September.

• Justin Wayne Miller was indicted for possession of a controlled substance.

• David Wayne Barton was indicted for burglary of a habitation.

• Dakota Joe Blythe was indicted for burglary of a habitation.

• James Russell Castruita was indicted for credit/debit card abuse of the elderly.

• Jayanna Renae Castruita was indicted for credit/debit card abuse of the elderly.

• Tyler John Dennington was indicted for evading arrest by use of a vehicle.

• Thomas Carl Eddowes was indicted for driving while intoxicated with a child passenger younger than age 15.

• Ismael Lopez Escobedo was indicted for possession of a controlled substance.

• Estruardo Augustine Estrada was indicted for robbery.

• Janelle Noel Gonzales was indicted for possession of a controlled substance.

• Timothy Ray Graham, Jr. was indicted for possession of a controlled substance and driving while intoxicated.

• Christopher Colt Gunter was indicted for driving while intoxicated (his third or more offense).

• Tye Aaron Head was indicted for identity theft and possession of a controlled substance.

• Mildred Faye Jackson was indicted for burlgary of a habitation.

• Jonathan Ross Kirk was indicted for cruelty to animals.

• Ricky James Littleton Jr. was indicted for burglary of a habitation.

• Mardoqueo Pinales was indicted for driving while intoxicted (his third or more offense).

• Gary Wayne Poe was indicted for unlawfully possessing a firearm.

• Hellen Janette Pratt was indicted for arson.

• Jennifer Shawn Renfro was indicted for assault.

• Jesus Moreno Rodriguez was indicted for assault.

• James Edwin Runnels was indicted for burglary, theft of property and possession of a controlled substance.

• Austin Aaron Schrouf was indicted for burglary of a habitation.

• Jeramy Nash Seabolt was indicted for possession of a controlled substance.

• Pamela Lee Smith was indicted for burglary of a habitation.

• Hardy Eugene Starr was indicted for driving while intoxicated (his third or more offense).

• Sara Theresa Wallis was indicted for credit/debit card abuse.

• Kristina Michelle Weatherly was indicted for possession of a controlled substance.

• Douglas Curtel Williams was indicted for possession of a controlled substance.

• Simon David Williams was indicted for possession of a controlled substance.

• Brian Keith Partain was indicted for possession of a controlled substance.

 

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