The Wayne County Grand Jury met on Tuesday, April 16 and returned 
indictments against 33 people.
    Following are indictments that were returned.
    • Loren T. Vanhorn and Amber Hice were indicted for theft by 
unlawful taking over $500, receiving stolen property over $500 and 
criminal trespassing third degree. Vanhorn was also indicted for two 
counts of possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.
    • Jonathan L. Moran and Chris Barnett were indicted for possession 
of a controlled substance first degree and possession of drug 
paraphernalia. Moran was also indicted for D.U.I., no or expired 
registration receipt, no or expired registration plates, failure to 
produce insurance card and failure to maintain insurance.
    • Kevin Austin and Marcus Allen Ferguson were indicted for 
trafficking in a controlled substance first degree, public 
intoxication and possession of drug paraphernalia.
    • Travis Parmley was indicted for failure to or improper signal, 
possession of a controlled substance first degree, possession of 
marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, burglary third degree, 
theft by unlawful taking under $500, and persistent felony offender 
first degree. Parmley was named in a separate indictment for 
promoting contraband first degree and persistent felony offender 
first degree.
    • Shala Gregory was indicted for burglary third degree and theft by 
unlawful taking under $500.
    • Michael Borden was indicted for promoting contraband first degree.
    • Justin Smith was indicted for flagrant non-support and persistent 
felony offender first degree.
    • Bobby Coomer was indicted for flagrant non-support.
    • Ashley Brooks McClure was indicted for flagrant non-support and 
persistent felony offender first degree.
    • Tony Sanders was indicted for flagrant non-support.
    • Daryl Saunders was indicted for flagrant non-support.
    • Dustin Burchett was indicted for flagrant non-support and 
persistent felony offender first degree.
    • Willie McCloud was indicted for flagrant non-support.
    • Justin Fairchild and James E. Hodge were indicted for possession 
of a controlled substance first degree, possession of marijuana and 
possession of drug paraphernalia.
    • Ashley Baker was indicted for bail jumping first degree.
    • Ashley Acrey was indicted for bail jumping first degree.
    • Thelma Jennings was indicted for possession of a controlled 
substance first degree.
    • Kevin Lynch was indicted for retaliating against a participant in 
the legal process and harassing communications.
    • William Tucker was indicted for tampering with a prisoner monitor 
device, escape second degree and persistent felony offender second 
degree.
    • Ronald Smith was indicted for promoting contraband first degree 
and persistent felony offender first degree.
    • John Denney was indicted for possession of a handgun by a 
convicted felony and violation of a Kentucky EPO.
    • Brandy N. Kidd was indicted for possession of a controlled 
substance first degree and possession of drug paraphernalia.
    • Edward S. Sneed was indicted for possession of a controlled 
substance first degree and possession of drug paraphernalia.
    • Jennifer Shelton was indicted for burglary third degree and theft 
by unlawful taking under $500.
    • Christopher Wright was indicted for two counts of promoting 
contraband first degree, promoting contraband second degree, 
possession of a controlled substance first degree and persistent 
felony offender.
    • Joshua Gregory was indicted for promoting contraband first degree 
and persistent felony offender first degree.
    • Justin S. Shears was indicted for theft of mislaid property over 
$500.
    • Dennis Watson was indicted for driving on a D.U.I. suspended 
license, possession of a controlled substance first degree and 
possession of drug paraphernalia.
    • David Terry was indicted for possession of a controlled substance.
    Readers are reminded that grand jury indictments do not indicated 
guilt, only that further court action is necessary in a case. 
Indictments are public record and are filed in the Wayne Circuit Clerk's Office.

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