Hopkins County Grand Jury: 63 Indictments - Ksst Radio

Hopkins County Grand Jury: 63 Indictments

Sixty-three indictments were the result of a meeting of the Hopkins County Grand Jury Thursday. Not all of the indictments are named below awaiting arrests. However, those who have been arrested and indicted include:

Casey Gween Miles, 22

Casey Gween Miles, 22,  was indicted on seven counts of Sexual Assault Child. Miles was arrested in September of this year for Sexual Assault of a Child, a Felony 2. Advised of his rights when he arrived at the Sheriff’ Office, Miles admitted his sexual activities with a 15-year old minor. The sexual involvement took place in Miles home.

Abraham Mejia Martinez, 22,  was indicted on one count of Sexual Assault Child. Martinez, of Sulphur Springs, went to the Sheriff’s Office to be interviewed in reference to sexual assault allegations in August. He confessed to having sex with a child who was under 14-years of age.

Garrett Bursby was indicted on one count of Sex Offenders Duty to Register 10 years. During an interview with Hopkins County Chief Investigator Charles Humphries in October, Garrett Matthew Bursby, 22, of Brashear admitted to failure to register as a sex offender.

Leigh Ann Smith was indicted on one count Abandon Endanger Child Criminal Negligence.

Erin Michelle Martell was indicted on one count Abandon Endanger Child Criminal Negligence. Sulphur Springs Police officer was dispatched to the Texas Department of Family/Protective Services, 1400 College Street around 3:45 p.m. Monday in reference to a warrant service. Erin Michelle Martell, 27, of Winnsboro was arrested at CPS offices for Endangering a Child, a State Jail Felony.

David Allen Calhoun was indicted on one count Aggravated Assault Date/Family/House with Deadly Weapon. A disturbance in the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office parking lot resulted in the arrest of David Allen Calhoun, 52, of Forney. Calhoun is charged with Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon Family Violence. Advised of a disturbance in the front parking lot at the Sheriff’s Office, Communications Supervisor David Ray detained Calhoun until deputies arrived to make the arrest. Calhoun assaulted a female victim and a knife was used and/or exhibited during the assault in August.

William Alston Moore was indicted on one count Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. When Hopkins County deputies arrived at a residence on CR 3355 near Saltillo in October, they found Moore, 36, highly intoxicated. A series of events led to his arrest for Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon-Family Violence-2nd Degree Felony. Moore had been involved in a disturbance with a friend and threatened to return with a gun. Moore’s wife attempted to stop him from returning to the scene of the disturbance due to him having a gun in his hand. Moore assaulted his wife with his hands and left marks on her arms. Family members were able to get the gun from him. When the deputies arrived at the scene, Moore said he never had a gun. During the investigation, he later got into a verbal argument with family at the scene. According to those present, Moore had only displayed the weapon and never pointed it at anyone.

Dakota Hunter Parker was indicted on one count Aggravated Assault with a Deadly Weapon. A 17-year old Sulphur Springs man, named in a warrant for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in connection with a shooting in Sulphur Springs in September, turned himself in at the Hopkins County Jail. Bond for Parker was set at $200,000. Bond for a parole violation charge was denied. A man was shot Wednesday night at a residence in the 100 block of Russell. The victim is said to be in good condition. The victim told police officers who shot him. A shotgun believed to be used in the shooting was recovered. The shooting is being investigated by Sulphur Springs Police Detective Sgt. David Gilmore.

Richard Allen Bailey was indicted on one count Aggravated Assault Date/Family/House with Deadly Weapon. He was also indicted on one count of Aggravated Kidnapping. He said when the female passenger became angry she jumped from a moving vehicle during an argument over an affair and the vehicle ran over the woman. She said that Richard Allen Bailey, 40, of Winnsboro was assaulting her while driving down the road and so she jumped to get away from him. Bailey said he was driving the woman, his girlfriend, to another man’s residence when she jumped. They were on FM 3019 in September of this year. The woman was transported by EMS to CHRISTUS Mother Frances Hospital.

Charla Nichole Tillery was indicted on one count of Assault Public Servant.

Brandy Dawn Loven

Brandy Dawn Loven, 34, of Winnsboro, was indicted for one count Assault Public Servant. Warrant service by Hopkins County Sheriff’s deputies led to two arrests at a home on County Road 1441 in September. Loven is accused of biting, kicking and hitting Sheriff’s Sgt. Amanda Weatherford. Later a search of the house led to discovery of over four grams of methamphetamine.

Latasha Monto Childress was indicted on one count of Engage in Organized Criminal Activity.

CROSBY, LAFAYETTE TREY

Lafayette Trey Crosby was indicted on one count of Engage in Organized Criminal Activity.

DARST, MADISON MARIE OLIVIA

Madison Marie Olivia Darst was indicted on one count of Engage in Organized Criminal Activity. An 18-year old Sherman woman was arrested shortly after 10 p.m. Tuesday September 26th, 2017 for having drugs in the Hopkins County Jail. Jail personnel came to suspect that the woman had narcotics on her person. She was taken to an interview room where she admitted having 1.4 grams of methamphetamine in the pocket of her jail shirt. She said she hid the drugs when she was booked into the jail earlier in connection with a theft case from Wal-Mart involving several other people. Darst was charged with having an illegal substance in a correctional facility, possession of a controlled substance and engaging in organized criminal activity in the theft case.

Antonio D. Parker was indicted on one count of Engage in Organized Criminal Activity.

CALHOUN, YATANYA YACHELL

Yatanya Yachell Calhoun was indicted on one count of Engage in Organized Criminal Activity.

Lane Wesley Keller was indicted on one count of Theft/Cattle/Horse Exotic Livestock. He was also indicted for one count of Unauthorized Use of Vehicle. Keller, 21 was arrested for Theft of Cattle, less than $150,000. He and Landon Dee Harness had secretly fed the cattle for a period of time and were able to load them into trailers using the feed. Hopkins County Sheriff Lewis Tatum stated that at the first of October a report was made on cattle stolen in the northern part of Hopkins County. Tatum stated that Investigator Findley and Special Ranger Hurley tracked the pair using video from cameras in the area of the theft and were able to trace the sale records in Oklahoma. Tatum stated that attempts to recover the cattle are underway but with the cattle having been sold in Oklahoma there may be a few issues to overcome. Findley’s use of video was a major source for solving this theft. Tatum stated that one would not think about video surveillance in the remote areas of the county but well placed cameras with quality definition enabled local officers to identify vehicles and individuals as well. The Sheriff said video surveillance is not just used for hunting purposes but also to protect property.

Landon Dee Harness was indicted on one count of Theft/Cattle/Horse Exotic Livestock.

Jimmy De O’Dell, 59, was indicted on one count of Obstruction or Retaliation. Franklin County Sheriff’s Deputies assisted Hopkins County Deputies in the arrest of Jimmy O’Dell who returned to Hopkins County Jail Thursday after his bond was determined insufficient. O’Dell’s bond was increased to $1-million when he continued to stalk and make threats against his victim.

JONES, IRWIN RODRIQUEZ

Irwin Rodriquez Jones, 48,  was indicted on one count of Money Laundering more than $30,000 but less than $150, 000. A man and a woman from Tennessee were arrested for money laundering along westbound I-30 in September of this year. Officer Buddy Williams with the Sulphur Springs Police Department stopped the vehicle the couple were in for a traffic violation at the 136 mile marker of I-30 shortly . The couple were in possession of what was said to be a large sum of U.S currency. Their vehicle was impounded.

Melissa Martinez was indicted on one count of Money Laundering more than $30,000 but less than $150, 000.

Herman Gomez was indicted on one count of Money Laundering more than $30,000 but less than $150, 000.

Pedro Calzada-Quinones was indicted on one count of Money Laundering more than $30,000 but less than $150, 000.

Spall Reyes was indicted on one count of Unlawful Use of Criminal Instrument.

Roy Edward Wilson was indicted on one count of Tamper/Fabricate Physical Evidence with Intent to Impair.

Deborah Kaye Talley was indicted on one count of Tamper/Fabricate Physical Evidence with Intent to Impair.

Justin Wayne Andrews was indicted on one count of Tamper/Fabricate Physical Evidence with Intent to Impair. He was also indicted on one count of Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 more than 1-gram but less than 4-grams in a Drug Free Zone.

Jarrett Kamid Nicholas Worlds was indicted on one count of Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 more than 4-grams but less than 200-grams. Jarrett Kamid Nicholas Worlds, 24, was on his way to his home state of Illinois when stopped by a DPS Trooper at the 126-mile marker on I-30. The smell of marijuana let to finding his cargo for the trip home. Worlds stated he was being paid to transport 42-grams of cocaine to his home state when the trooper found two clear plastic bags containing suspected cocaine and another containing under 2 oz. of marijuana in a probable cause search.

Larry Wayne Simpson was indicted on one count of Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 more than 4-grams but less than 200-grams. When the driver of an older Chevrolet passenger car failed to stop at a designated point, a stop sign, at the intersection of Frisco Street and Main Street in Cumby, a traffic stop by Cumby Police was initiated. Although the driver and passenger stated there was nothing illegal in the vehicle but that proved to be false. The Cumby officer asked for consent to search the vehicle but was denied. He asked the driver, Simpson, 45, of Commerce to step out of the auto. During a Terry Frisk, Simpson tensed when the officer touched his right front pocket. He admitted to a bag being in that pocket but did not reply to the numerous requests asking if there were weapons or drugs in the pocket. Simpson was arrested for the traffic violation and a property inventory of his personal belongings followed. The black bag in his pocket concealed a large amount of a white crystal like substance believed to be Methamphetamine was found in the bag.

Carla Kingston Atkinson was indicted on one count of Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 more than 1-gram but less than 4-grams. Cumby Police stopped a vehicle for doing 111 miles per hour in a 75 mph zone on I-30. Both the driver and passenger were asked to exit the vehicle and permission to search the vehicle was granted. Atkinson, 45, of Corsicana allowed the officer to go through her purse as she observed. In the purse in a black glasses case was found a glass pipe and a small clear plastic bag with a crystal like substance believed to be methamphetamine. Also a bottle of pills with a different name containing five whole pills and two half pills believed to be Xanax. Atkinson said the medicine belonged to her mother.

Aubri Mikel Laubscher was indicted on one count of Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 more than 1-gram but less than 4-grams.

Darin Lee Gibson

Darin Lee Gibson, 48, was indicted on one count of Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 more than 1-gram but less than 4-grams.

Dwade Newton Wilcox was indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 less than 1-gram in a Drug Free Zone.

Cathy Sue Pichard was indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 less than 1-gram.

Johnny Ray Cason was indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 less than 1-gram.

Fredrick Eugene Fowler was indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 less than 1-gram.

Omar Adalberto Torres was indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 less than 1-gram.

Jacob Dean Williams was indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 1 less than 1-gram.

Jasmine Sharae Carrington was indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 2 more than 4-grams but less than 400-grams. Cumby Police Chief arrested three females for a Felony 1 charge of Manufacture Delivery of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 2 more than 4-grams but less than 400-grams. A traffic stop on I-30 westbound in July of this year took some time to accomplish. The driver of the 2013 Charger was driving in the left lane and not passing and after switching lanes, drove on the improved shoulder. The driver finally stopped between the 110 and 109-mile markers. The odor of marijuana led to asking the driver and passengers to exit the vehicle. A probable cause search resulted in locating a plastic trash bag containing a large amount of K-2, synthetic cannabinoids that are a class of chemicals that are different from the cannabinoids found in cannabis but which also bind to cannabinoid receptors.

Erica Lanae King was indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 2 more than 4-grams but less than 400-grams.

SWANSON, EDMEESHIA LOUISE

Edmeeshia Louise Swanson was indicted for Possession of a Controlled Substance Penalty Group 2 more than 4-grams but less than 400-grams.

Author: Jimmy Rogers

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