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34 people indicted in Butler and Warren counties

Grand juries, which meet in secret, review criminal charges brought by police and prosecutors and investigate possible criminal behavior. The proceedings are usually one-sided, because the accused is not present and witnesses are not cross-examined.

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A grand jury may issue an indictment if it finds probable cause that a crime was committed and the accused person is responsible. An indictment is an accusation that must then be proven in court. The grand jury may also elect to issue no indictment.

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BUTLER COUNTY 

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Indictments returned during a recent session of the Butler County grand jury:

Michael S. Steadman, 7554 Harmill Court, Maineville; indicted on one count of aggravated possession of drugs.

Devon Cardwell, 7778 View Place, West Chester; indicted on five counts of receiving stolen property (direct), and one count each of having weapons while under disability, and having weapons while under disability (direct).

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Timothy JohnGries, 140 Progress Ave., Hamilton; indicted on two counts each of trafficking in hashish (direct) and possession of hashish (direct), and one count each of trafficking in marijuana and possession of marijuana.

Edwin Siguenza, 924 Park Ave., Hamilton; indicted on one count of burglary.

Ricky Da’Anthony King, 300 Ross St., Middletown; indicted on one count each of aggravated trafficking in drugs (direct), aggravated possession of drugs, possession of cocaine, and illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia.

Ashlynn Kylie George, 3953 N. 1st St., Trenton; indicted on one count of burglary.

Cain Howard, 617 Homewood, Dayton; indicted on one count each of having weapons while under disability, illegal conveyance of weapons or prohibited items onto grounds of specified governmental facility (direct), improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle, and possession of cocaine.

Zachary Lee Beard, 900 Stanley St., Middletown; indicted on one count of burglary.

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Larry Ingram, 418 Chestnut St., Hamilton; indicted on one count of telecommunications harassment.

Robert K. Brown, 215 S. 11 St., Hamilton; indicted on one count of improperly handling firearms in a motor vehicle.

Chris Colwell, 111 Island Lake Drive, Hamilton; indicted on one count of operating a vehicle under the influence.

Tori K. Johnson, 1808 Edison Ave., Hamilton; indicted on one count each of intimidation, obstructing official business, resisting arrest, and disorderly conduct.

Thomas Edison Wooten, 1254 Parkamo Ave., Hamilton; indicted on one count each of aggravated trafficking in drugs (direct), aggravated possession of drugs (direct), and tampering with evidence (direct).

Sarah LynnHupp, 7273 Kingswood Drive, West Chester; indicted on one count each of aggravated possession of drugs (direct), and aggravated trafficking in drugs (direct).

Davion Lamont Gates, 2806 Yankee Road, Middletown; indicted on one count of aggravated possession of drugs (direct).

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Amanda R. Coates, 1331 Symmes Road, Apt. A, Fairfield; indicted on one count of robbery (direct).

Patricia L. Bell, 2301 Pleasant Ave., Apt. 1, Hamilton; indicted on two counts of nonsupport of dependents (direct).

Sarah E. Berg, 1103 Franklin St., Hamilton; indicted on two counts of nonsupport of dependents (direct).

Andrew T. Pawlicki, 2022 Sunset Drive, Hamilton; indicted on five counts of nonsupport of dependents (direct).

Tabitha J. Tekuelve, 7481 Chateauguay St., Hamilton; indicted on six counts of nonsupport of dependents (direct).

James R. Brown III, 85 Princeton Square Circle, Cincinnati; indicted on three counts of nonsupport of dependents (direct).

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Michael S. Daily, 158 Bailey St., Hamilton; indicted on four counts of nonsupport of dependents (direct).

Shawn V. Winter, 231 Walnut St., Cincinnati; indicted on three counts of nonsupport of dependents (direct).

Sara N. Prather, 7947 Shade Tree Drive, West Chester; indicted on three counts of nonsupport of dependents (direct).

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WARREN COUNTY

The Warren County grand jury returned these indictments during a recent session:

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Richard Singleton III, address unknown; indicted on one count of notice of change of address.

Joshua S. Fisher, Warren County Jail; indicted on one count of receiving stolen property.

Zarrel L. West, Warren County Jail; indicted on one count each of receiving stolen property, criminal damaging, and vandalism.

Todd M. Swartz, 1831 Forsgate Court, Springboro; indicted on one count of domestic violence.

Travis A. Gray, 247 W. Main St., Clarksville; indicted on one count each of operation while under the influence of alcohol or drug of abuse, resisting arrest, and obstructing official business.

Tiffany N. Collins, Warren County Jail; indicted on one count each of aggravated possession of drugs, and possession of drug abuse instrument.

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Sharon C. Miliner, 109 E. Main St., Apt. C, Fairborn; indicted on two counts of theft, and one count each of attempted theft, obstructing official business, and criminal trespass.

James R. Stump, 1368 Corwin Road, Oregonia; indicted on one count each of aggravated possession of drugs, possession of drug abuse instrument, possession of drug paraphernalia, and possession of drugs.

Michael J. Alcorn, Warren County Jail; indicted on one count of violating protection order.

John Boddie, 497 E. Market St., Xenia; indicted on one count each of possession of drugs, and operation while under the influence of alcohol or drug of abuse.

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