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March 25, 2014

Local grand jury returns indictments

3-26-2014 —     The Wayne County Grand Jury met on Tuesday, March 18 and returned 11 

indictments.

    Following are indictments that were returned.

    • Donald Gossage was indicted for burglary second degree, theft by 

unlawful taking under $500 and terroristic threatening third degree.

    • Michael E. Morrow, Jr. was indicted for burglary second degree.

    • Misty Hunter, Shawn Young, Jacob Cobb, Gladys Young and Jessica 

Boone were indicted for complicity to promote contraband first 

degree, complicity to trafficking in a controlled substance second 

degree and engaging in organized crime. Cobb was also indicted for 

persistent felony offender second degree. Young was indicted for 

persistent felony offender second degree.

    • Jimmy Lee Pruitt and Christopher C. Pruitt were indicted for theft 

by unlawful taking over $10,000 and criminal possession of a forged 

instrument second degree.

    • Paul McFerron was indicted for third degree assault, resisting 

arrest, terroristic threatening third degree and menacing.

    • Jimmy Clark was indicted for manufacturing methamphetamine, 

fleeing or evading police first degree, reckless driving, 

disregarding a stop sign, possession of drug paraphernalia, 

possession of an open alcohol beverage container and no insurance.

    • Jeremy Carrender and Rick Hughes, also known as Toby Hughes, were 

indicted for burglary second degree. Carrender was indicted for 

persistent felony offender first degree.

    • Misty Dawn Hunter was indicted for trafficking in a controlled 

substance second degree.

    • Lee Floyd Bebley was indicted for possession of a firearm by a 

convicted felon. A separate indictment charges Bebley with 

trafficking in a controlled substance first degree and trafficking in 

a controlled substance second degree. A third indictment charged 

Bebley with trafficking in a controlled substance first degree.

    Readers are reminded that grand jury indictments do not indicate 

guilt, only that further court action is needed in a case. Grand jury 

indictments are public record and are filed in the Wayne Circuit 

Clerk's office.

   

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