Cleburne Times-Review, Cleburne, TX

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May 3, 2012

4/3 18th District Court indictments

Grand jurors in the 18th District Court handed up 69 indictments on Thursday. They include the following individuals:

• Juan Luis Aguado-Velazquez, Joshua, theft of property $1.500 to $20,000.

• Luis Agullera-Rodriguez, Glen Rose, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

• Maria Chaunte Ailes, Arlington, prohibited item in a correctional facility.

• Syed Mansoor Ali, Arlington, evading arrest with a vehicle.

• Traci Lynn Allard, Cleburne, hindering apprehension of a felon. 

• Ryan Keith Anderson, Cleburne, assault of a public servant.

• Michael Tracy Baker, Santo, possession of a controlled substance.

• Jesse Wayne Belcher, Fort Worth, theft of property $1.500 to $20,000.

• Danuewell Lyne Bennett, Venus, attempted burglary of a habitation.

• Joseph Arthur Bolton, Cleburne, failure to comply with sex offender registration requirements.

• Velma Shire Bragdon, Fort Worth, forgery.

• Casey Ryan Bright, Keene, burglary of a building.

• Christopher Michael Case, Burleson, fraudulent use of identification information involving an elderly individual.

• Judith Ann Castillo, Burleson, intoxication assault.

• David Thomas Cummings, Burleson, possession of a controlled substance.

• Curtis Ray Currie, Grand Prairie, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

• Brandy Lee Day, Keene, theft of property with two or more previous convictions.

• Randall Lee Dye II, Cleburne, assault family violence by choking.

• Danny Ray Faulkner Jr., Rio Vista, burglary of a building.

• Ruben Zuniga Flores, Alvarado, DWI with child passenger.

• Sammie Lee Foster, Venus, indecency with a child by sexual contact.

• Billy Wayne Fouts, Granbury, forgery.

• Thomas Jordan Fouts, Burleson, forgery.

• Patrick Wayne Freeman, Cleburne, possession of a controlled substance.

• Jackie Don Harris, Alvarado, DWI third or more.

• John Michael Hayes, Cleburne, aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

• Miranda Michelle Hill, Cleburne, endangering a child.

• Larry Thomas Holt, Joshua, DWI third or more.

• Brandy Deann Hood, Fort Worth, possession of a controlled substance.

• Tony Glen Hunter II, Iowa Park, possession of a controlled substance.

• Phyllis Edwina Jimmerson, Cleburne, obtain a controlled substance by fraud.

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