Grand Jury No Bills And True Bills For July 11

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Here are the No Bills and True Bills from the Hamilton County Grand Jury for July 11:

No Bills:

STEWART, CHRISTOPHER DEWAYNE B 30 M 0 1 GS 1705521 SAFETY EQUIPMENT VIOLATION

TURNER, CHRISTOPHER LASHAWN B 27 M 0 1 GS 1702373 POSS.OF FIREARM WHILE IN COMMISSION OF FELONY

 

True Bills:

 

BECK JR, ALLEN FRANKLIN W 53 M 305304 1 3 GS 1714947 AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

BROOME, MICHAEL A W 43 M 305305 1 2 GS 1670997 THEFT OF PROPERTY

COUCH, ANTHONY WAYNE W 42 M 305306 1 3 ER 0116996 POSSESSION OF OXYCODONE

COUCH, ANTHONY WAYNE W 42 M 305306 2 3 ER 0116995 DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

COVINGTON, RICKY LAKINO B 43 M 305307 1 2 GS 1712742 AGGRAVATED BURGLARY

COVINGTON, RICKY LAKINO B 43 M 305307 2 2 GS 1712743 THEFT OF PROPERTY

COVINGTON, RICKY LAKINO B 43 M 305307 3 2 GS 1712744 ASSAULT

COVINGTON, RICKY LAKINO B 43 M 305307 4 2 GS 1712745 VANDALISM

COVINGTON, RICKY LAKINO B 43 M 305307 5 2 GS 1712746 INTERFERENCE WITH EMERGENCY CALLS

ESTILL, JAMES WALLACE W 28 M 305308 1 3 GS 1706517 FALSE REPORTS

ESTILL, JAMES WALLACE W 28 M 305308 3 GS POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE OVER 26 GRAMS FOR

RESALE

2 1706518

ESTILL, JAMES WALLACE W 28 M 305308 3 3 GS 1706519 POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA

FLEMING, JAMES MORRISTON B 45 M 305309 1 3 GS 1695302 POSSESSION OF FIREARM WITH VIOLENT FELONY CONVICTION

FLEMING, JAMES MORRISTON B 45 M 305309 2 3 GS 1695304 IMPROPER DISPLAY OF REGISTRATION

GAGE, BRIAN CLAYTON W 35 M 305310 1 3 GS 1699240 RESISTING ARREST

GAGE, BRIAN CLAYTON W 35 M 305310 2 3 GS 1699239 DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

GARDENHIRE, WILLIAM ROBERT B 33 M 305311 1 3 GS 1701638 THEFT OF PROPERTY

HACKLER III, BENNY ISHMAL W 23 M 305312 1 2 SD 60893 DRIVING ON REVOKED LICENSE

HARTLINE, NATHAN LEE W 41 M 305313 1 2 SD 60780 VIOLATION OF MOTOR VEHICLE OFFENDER'S ACT

HIGH, TSHOMBE (SON) KHARI B 22 M 305314 1 3 GS 1709790 CRIMINAL IMPERSONATION

HUNTER, ADAM F W 21 M 305315 1 3 GS 1706798 DISORDERLY CONDUCT

JEFFRIES, SHERRY NICOLE B 36 F 305316 1 3 GS 1634177 THEFT OF SERVICES

LAYNE, CANDICE W 38 F 305317 1 2 CO 18000006 THEFT OF PROPERTY

MUHAMMAD, RAMEE ABDUL AAHM B 54 M 305318 1 3 GS 1688034 DOMESTIC ASSAULT

NICHOLSON, JAMES BRODERICK B 32 M 305319 1 3 GS 1700025 AGGRAVATED STALKING

PRESTO, DENNIS JOHN W 51 M 305320 1 2 GS 1712765 VIOLATION OF SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY

RUTHERFORD, JESSICA ANN W 35 F 305321 1 1 GS 1703124 POSSESSION OF PROHIBITED WEAPON

RUTHERFORD, JESSICA ANN W 35 F 305321 2 1 GS 1703125 POSSESSING A FIREARM WITH INTENT TO GO ARMED


RUTHERFORD, JESSICA ANN W 35 F 305321 3 1 GS 1703126 POSSESSION OF DRUG PARAPHERNALIA

RUTHERFORD, JESSICA ANN W 35 F 305321 4 1 GS 1703127 POSSESSION OF METHAMPHETAMINE FOR RESALE

SPURGEON, TONY KEVIN W 49 M 305322 1 2 GS 1705056 VIOLATION OF OPEN CONTAINER LAW

SPURGEON, TONY KEVIN W 49 M 305322 2 2 GS 1705057 VIOLATION OF IMPLIED CONSENT LAW

SPURGEON, TONY KEVIN W 49 M 305322 3 2 GS 1705055 DRIVING UNDER THE INFLUENCE

STEWART, CHRISTOPHER DEWAYNE B 30 M 305323 1 2 GS 1705520 EVADING ARREST

STEWART, CHRISTOPHER DEWAYNE B 30 M 305323 2 2 GS 1705522 DRIVING ON REVOKED LICENSE

TURNER, CHRISTOPHER LASHAWN B 27 M 305324 1 2 GS 1702371 FIRST DEGREE PREMEDITATED MURDER

TURNER, CHRISTOPHER LASHAWN B 27 M 305324 2 2 GS 1702374 RECKLESS AGGRAVATED ASSAULT

TURNER, CHRISTOPHER LASHAWN B 27 M 305324 3 2 GS 1702372 RECKLESS ENDANGERMENT

WHITE, JOHN THOMAS W 45 M 305325 1 1 GS 1692272 HARASSMENT

WHITT, GARY WALTON W 30 M 305326 1 1 GS 1713584 VIOLATION OF SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY

WHITT, GARY WALTON W 30 M 305326 2 1 GS 1713585 VIOLATION OF SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY

WILLIAMS, PAUL DURANTE W 52 M 305327 1 3 GS 1713757 VIOLATION OF SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY

YOUNG, COSHA A B 41 F 305328 1 2 GS 1708511 AGGRAVATED CHILD NEGLECT

YOUNG, COSHA A B 41 F 305328 2 2 GS 1708512 AGGRAVATED CHILD NEGLECT



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