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Two fathers hit with meth charges
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Indictments have been issued by the Warren County grand jury, including two indictments against fathers accused of operating meth labs in homes where their children lived.
James N. Turner was indicted on charges of initiating the process to manufacture meth and child abuse. He is charged after police went to his home and learned he had allegedly beaten his children with a belt. Meth lab components were then found inside the residence during a search.
Terry Hollon was indicted on charges of initiating the process to manufacture meth and child abuse. He is charged after lawmen found a meth lab inside his Oriole Drive apartment where his 14-month-old child was living.
In other grand jury action:
• Michael Roddenberry was indicted on the charge of possession of drugs.
• Johnny H. Goode was indicted on the charge of domestic assault.
• Shannon Ericsson was indicted on charges of theft and forgery.
• Todd Kinniard was indicted on the charge of passing a worthless check for $1,097.
• Deborah L. Merritt was indicted on charges of shoplifting and criminal trespass.
• Fanny Ordonez was indicted on the charge of shoplifting.
• Manda Perkins was indicted on charges of being an accessory after the fact and evading arrest.
• Michael Brock was indicted on the charge of fourth-offense driving on a revoked license.
• Christopher Cripps was indicted on the charge of public intoxication.
• Christopher Casteel, Callie E. Hutson and Billy Pack were all given no-true bills, meaning they were not indicted on their various charges.