The Hopkins County Grand Jury signed 102 indictments during the April session, pushing those cases forward for prosecution. More than 70 individuals were named in the charges, including some individuals named in more than one indictment, according to the indictment list released recently.
The charges range from improper sexual activity with a person in custody, aggravated assault and child endangerment to firearms, theft, fraudulent use or possession of identifying information.
A large number indictments were also for controlled substance, marijuana and related offenses. (Watch for Grand Jury Indictments For April: Part 2 for those charges.)
Sinead Nicole Hagan, 27, was indicted on one charge of improper sexual activity with a person in custody. The charge stems from Hagan’s in early January following an allegation that she had a sexual encounter with an inmate while a corrections officer at Hopkins County jail. The Texas Ranger was contacted to launch an investigation. While reviewing video for the first allegation, sheriff’s officials allegedly discovered a second offense of improper sexual activity with a different inmate, the sheriff reported following Hagan’s arrests on Jan. 2 and Jan. 10.
Jessy Isaiah Garcia, 20, of Como was indicted for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He was arrested Jan. 13 for allegedly striking a 27-year-old Mineola man in the head multiple times with a baseball bat, when the man attempted to calm Garcia upon seeing him striking a woman’s car in a State Highway 154 south parking. Garcia then allegedly fled in a vehicle and was located a short time by a state trooper at a Hillcrest Drive gas station, where he was allegedly causing a disturbance, police and troopers alleged in reports following Garcia’s arrest on Jan. 13.
Tonee Nicole Jarrett, 25, of Springfield, Illinois was indicted for abandoning or endangering a child-criminal negligence and evading arrest or detention in a vehicle. She was arrested Feb. 12 on both charges. When asked as a passenger to step out of a car during an Interstate 30 traffic stop, she allegedly unbuckled a 4-year-old child from a seat belt and put the preschooler in the floor of the car, then moved to the driver’s seat and drove away. She was found later in another county and was taken into custody, officers alleged in reports following her arrest.
Jonathan O. Martinez, 19, was indicted for aggravated assault of a date, family or household member with a weapon. He was accused in police reports at the time of his arrest on March 2 of striking his fiancee’s vehicle which she was reportedly i.
Tammy R. McWilliams, 47, was indicted for assault on a peace officer or judge. She was accused of becoming very combative when police made attempts to check her welfare and that of her roommate at a Weaver Street residence, charging at and assaulting one officer, police alleged in reports following her arrest on Feb. 20.
Donna R. Mollenhour, 38, and Micheal Mollenhour, 44, were indicted for abandoning or endangering a child-criminal negligence. They were arrested Feb. 13 . The pair was investigated by SCU and CPS officials after an allegation was raised that a child had tested positive for methamphetamine. Both adults tested positive for meth, and their 10-month-old child was exposed to it as well, SCU officials alleged in arrest reports.
Also among the individuals indicted during the April grand jury session were:
- Eric Mitchell Rawson — abandoning or endangering a child-criminal negligence;
- Kenneth D. Mitchell — possession of child pornography;
- Joseph Albe Navarro — aggravated sexual assault of a child;
- Rowdy Dee Duvall — unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon;
- Andrea Nicole White — unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon
- Jarred Lynn Brow — theft of a material such as aluminum, bronze, copper or brass.
- Derrick Matthew Garcia — tampering with a government record to defraud or harm and giving or making a false statement for property or credit
- Stormy Alisa Garcia — tampering with a government record to defraud or harm
- Brittany L. McDonald — unauthorized use of a motor vehicle was
- Tony Lee McGilveary — fraudulent use or possession of identifying information
- Landon Dee Harness — injury to a child, elderly or disabled person.