The Wayne County Grand Jury met on Monday, August 26 and returned indictments against 13 people.

    Following are individuals who were indicted.
    • Chancelor Britt was indicted for fleeing or evading police, 
disregarding a stop sign, two counts of first degree assault, seven 
counts of first degree wanton endangerment, resisting arrest, D.U.I., 
operating on a suspended license, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle 
and persistent felony offender.
    • MaKayla Brummett was indicted for theft by unlawful taking over 
$10,000.
    • Scott Butler was indicted for promoting contraband first degree.
    • Colter J. Davis was indicted for first degree rape, two counts of 
first degree sodomy, and two counts of sexual abuse first degree.
    • Angie Foster was indicted for theft by unlawful taking over $500.
    • Calvin Godsey was indicted for second degree assault and 
persistent felony offender second degree.
    • Cletius D. Jones was indicted for prohibited use of electronic 
computer system to procure a minor to engage in sexual or other 
prohibited activities and distribution of obscene matter to minors.
    • Cody Stringer was indicted for promoting contraband first degree 
and persistent felony offender second degree.
    • Montie Sutton was indicted for third degree assault, possession of 
a controlled substance, disorderly conduct second degree, criminal 
trespassing third degree, possession of marijuana, resisting arrest 
and possession of drug paraphernalia.
    • Christopher R. Welch was indicted for rape second degree, rape 
third degree, sodomy second degree, sodomy third degree, sexual abuse 
first degree, prohibited use of electronic computer system to procure 
a minor to engage in sexual or other prohibited activities and 19 
counts of possession of matter portraying sexual performance by a minor.
    • Darrell White was indicted for bail jumping first degree.
    • Billy Correll and Alisa Slaven were indicted for possession of a 
controlled substance first degree.
     Readers are reminded that grand jury indictments do not indicate 
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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