The Warren County grand jury met for its August session last Friday, Aug. 20.
Some of the indictments from that session were published in Sunday’s edition of the Standard. Additional indictments from that session are being released at this time.
To help catch up on a heavy caseload, the grand jury is meeting again this Friday, Aug. 27, to consider more cases. If an indictment is rendered, it means enough evidence has been presented for the state to continue with criminal charges. If an indictment is not rendered, the state cannot proceed with charges.
Here are additional indictments from last Friday’s session.
Kerry Shane Smith was indicted for possession of over 300 grams of meth with intent to deliver. This is one of the larger meth busts in the county in recent years. The charge is a Class A felony.
Nicole Dyan Muncey was indicted for possession of more than a half ounce, but less than 10 pounds, of marijuana with intent to deliver.
Joshua Keith Barnes was indicted for second-offense DUI, reckless endangerment with a motor vehicle, and evading arrest.
Taylor Dewayne Barrett was indicted for aggravated assault, theft of a motor vehicle, and preventing a 911 emergency call.
Carl Anthony Brakeall was indicted for simple possession of meth.
Austin Maxray Gomar was indicted for fifth-offense DUI and reckless endangerment of a minor.
Donald Raymond Hargrave was indicted for aggravated assault and aggravated burglary.
Robert Mandel Harris Jr. was indicted for reckless endangerment.
Emmanuel Tadeo Cardenas Lopez was indicted for possession of meth.
Joshua Heath Phillips was indicted for possession of meth.
Denzell Jamar Robinson was indicted for possession of meth.
Terrence Dandre Stephens was indicted for prescription fraud.
Wesley Aaron Thomas was indicted for theft of property.
Stacey Tuell was indicted for seventh-offense driving on a revoked license.
Daniel Joe Williamson was indicted for possession of meth, simple possession, and tampering with evidence.
Abbee Mae Wright was indicted for reckless endangerment in a vehicle and evading arrest in a vehicle.