70 suspects indicted by grand jury
Published 12:00 am Thursday, June 19, 2008
LINDEN &8212; A grand jury issued 70 indictments out 76 cases presented in its most recent session.
The indictments follow, as released by the circuit clerk&8217;s office:
Robert Anthony faces second-degree charges of receiving stolen property when authorities allegedly found him in possession of a laptop computer that was the property of G.P. Austin Junior High School in Linden.
Jeremy Bell was indicted on second-degree escape charges for attempting to escape the custody of Demopolis Police officer Don Johnson.
Antoine Bonner is charged with second-degree rape of a minor older than 12 but younger than 16. The Times does not release the names of victims in rape cases.
Earnest Glenn Bryant is indicted on two counts of second-degree theft of property. He is accused of stealing property from Marvin&8217;s in Demopolis. He is also charged with resisting arrest.
Gabriel Buckalew is charged with second-degree theft of property for allegedly stealing various items from the residence of George Peppenhorst.
Clyde Levon Calhoun was indicted for first-degree theft of property. He is charged with stealing a 2001 Dodge Intrepid belonging to Lakisha Kennedy Tate.
Latonya Renee Campbell is charged with three counts of fraudulent use of a credit card. Campbell was indicted for allegedly using a Master Card in the name of Rebekah Bush for purchases of $194.61, $137.90 and $452.28.
Andrew Scott Cannon was indicted for two counts of third-degree burglary for allegedly entering a building belonging to Jeffery Hasty and later a building belonging to Tommie Trotter. Cannon was also indicted on eight counts of second-degree forgery and possession of forged instrument.
Cassandra Gracie Coley was charged with first-degree theft of property. She is accused of stealing $3,200 from the Diamond Oil Company.
Henry Lee Crispin was indicted for first-degree theft of property. He is accused of stealing various scrap metal and containers from a waste management transfer station.
Skyler Montrell Daniels was indicted for second-degree receiving stolen property. He was allegedly in possession of a 2000 Honda VR100 dirt bike belonging to Benjamin Stolz.
Stevie Edwards is charged with discharging a firearm into an occupied building and reckless endangerment. Authorities say Edwards fired a 9-mm pistol at Ricardo Harris.
Nathan Wesley Hallman is indicted on second-degree rape charges, as well as enticing a child for immoral purposes. Hallman was a teacher and coach at Demopolis High School, and those charges stem from an alleged inappropriate relationship with a DHS student.
Bobby Charles Howard is charged with theft of property in the first degree. Authorities accuse him of stealing a 1989 Ford Bronco II belonging to Johnnie Scott.
Hilburn Wayne Hulsey is indicted on charges of first-degree receiving stolen property as well as possession of drug paraphernalia. Hulsey is accused of stealing a 1998 Dodge Dakota pickup truck belonging to Strickland Construction. When he was arrested, he was allegedly in possession of a can used to smoke crack cocaine.
Demetric Cordell Jones was indicted on two counts of third-degree burglary for entering a building belonging to Bryan Whit Compton and allegedly stealing a Honda Recon ATV.
Richard Lewis is indicted on charges of third-degree burglary for entering a building belonging to Joretha Lewis.
Antonio Savalas Nolen was charged with second-degree theft of property on Oct. 31, 2007 for allegedly stealing a 16-foot utility trailer, an electric service box pole and other scrap metal worth $500 to $2,500 belonging to George Franks.
Christopher Marcus Overstreet is charged with first-degree criminal mischief. He is accused of creating damage in excess of $2,500 to the Demopolis city water tower on U.S. Highway 80.
Michael Posey faces first-degree robbery charges. Posey stands accused of using a firearm while stealing $587 in cash, beer, candy and the wallet and identification of Theodore Curry. Justin Smith, Ronterius Byron and Lee Calvin Bizzell face identical charges stemming from the incident.
Brandy Slocum is charged with first-degree receiving stolen property for allegedly receiving a 2005 Forest River Rockwood Ultralight 27-foot camper trailer belonging to Roger Avery. The camper is valued in excess of $2,500. Jonathan Windham is charged with first-degree theft of property for allegedly stealing the camper. Joe Lee Courtney was also charged in the incident.
Shirley Smith is indicted for second-degree theft of property. She is accused of taking $1,719.39 from Wal-Mart.
Hawkuon Lang Taylor is charged with fraudulent use of a credit card. He stands accused of using a credit card belonging to Jackie Elmore to purchase a cell phone for $196.16.
Stephen Taylor was indicted for second-degree theft of property for allegedly stealing a horse trailer tongue and scrap iron belonging to Richard Eaves. The theft was in excess of $500, but less than $2,500, circuit clerk records indicate. Gabriel Buckalew was also indicted on identical charges.
Edward Gabriel Timberlake is charged with possession of a controlled substance when he allegedly used a false prescription to obtain the painkiller Lortab.
Keegan Delon Whitman is charged with possession of an unlawful substance (marijuana), driving a vehicle with no tag, as well as possession of .56 grams of cocaine stemming from a Sept. 17 incident.
Lisa Wilcox is charged with second-degree forgery and second-degree possession of a forged instrument. Wilcox allegedly forged checks and fraudulently used a credit card issued in the name of JoAnn Schroeder.
Brian Keith Williams faces two counts of first-degree robbery for allegedly holding up the Merri Mart and Walker&8217;s Grocery. Williams allegedly robbed clerks Barbara Buford and Chiquita Williams at Merri Mart, then did the same to Frank and Ann Walker at Walker&8217;s Grocery.
Michael Williams was charged with receiving stolen property &8212; a 2003 Honda Rancher 350 ATV.
Paula Winters is indicted for second-degree possession of a forged instrument.
Leonard Bernard Wright was charged with third-degree theft of property for allegedly stealing $300 from Joyce James.
Demitri Richardson faces nine counts of fraudulent use of a credit card for using a Wright Express fuel card seven times for $250 each time and one count of using the card for $246.96, and another count of using the card for $224.38.
Times staff writer Kelli Wright contributed to this report.