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Grayson grand jury indicts 20

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Formal charges range from abduction and forgery to drug possession, larceny and child abuse.

By Patrick Smith

INDEPENDENCE — A Grayson County Circuit Court grand jury indicted 20 people on a variety of charges on April 26, including forgery, larceny, abduction, child abuse and drug possession.
Jeffery Alan Brannock was charged with one count of statutory burglary, grand larceny, forgery, uttering a forged document and obtaining money by fraud. Specifically, he was charged with breaking and entering the home or property of Mary Brannock with the intent to commit larceny. He allegedly stole jewelry valued at more than $200 from Mary Brannock and Rachel Williams.

Brannock also was charged with forging a check drawn on the account of Donald Cox at Grayson National Bank and obtaining money by fraud or false pretense from Horton’s Supermarket in the amount of $200 or more.
Other indictments included:
• Amy Dawn Caldwell – possession of a schedule I or II controlled substance (meth)
• Nathan Hobert Jefferson – statutory burglary, grand larceny
• James Robert Sargeant – statutory burglary, grand larceny
• Sherry Lynn Ayers Davis – shoplifting, third offense (two counts)
• Kyle Shannon Benbow – abduction
• Joseph Dean Mabe – assault in an attempt to commit a felony; sodomy by threat, force or intimidation; and abduction
• Shane Douglas Price – strangling another causing injury, statutory burglary
• Dana Louise Walls – abuse or child neglect
• Christopher Richard Walls – abuse or child neglect
• Timothy Lee Crigger – malicious wounding
• John Curtis Willis – possession of a schedule II controlled substance (meth); sale, gift or distribution of a schedule II controlled substance (meth)
• Anthony Gregg McLaurin – statutory burglary
• Loren Rebekah Goorskey – assault on law enforcement (two counts)
• Matthew Robert Mays – felonious damage to public property
• Oliver Coleman King – eluding police, disregarding command to stop; possession of ammunition for a firearm after having been convicted of a felony
• Randal Cary Cooper – failure to register as a sex offender
• Christopher Allen Riffey – sale, gift or distribution of marijuana, possession of schedule I or II controlled substance (meth), possession of a firearm while also possessing a schedule II controlled substance (meth)
• Seth Criner – conspiracy to felonious damage to public property
• Khalid Sadiyq Ahmad – sale, gift or distribution of marijuana
An indictment indicates that a grand jury found sufficient evidence for a case to go to trial and does not indicate guilt. All of those indicted are innocent until proven guilty.