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Grayson grand jury issues 17 indictments

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By Patrick Smith

INDEPENDENCE — A Grayson County Circuit Court grand jury indicted 17 people on Jan. 24.
Rhonda Weagle and Christina Dawn Smith were each charged with grand larceny and statutory burglary for breaking into the home of Tanya Lundy and stealing property valued at more than $200.
Other charges included:
• Zachary Lee Funk – possession of stolen property
• Kayla LeAnn Patino – possession of stolen property
• Marvin Dale Alley – possession of a firearm after having been convicted of a felony; giving false statement on consent form
• Christopher Dillon Bobbit – failure to register as a sex offender
• Sandy M. Catron – two counts of felony bad check, second within 90 days
• Calvin Jermaine Maxwell – possession of a firearm after having been convicted of a felony
• Houston Linnie Vaughan – possession of ammunition for a firearm after having been convicted of a felony; possession of a firearm after having been convicted of a felony
• Donald Franklin Snow Jr. – possession of a schedule I or II controlled substance (meth)
• Tara Lynn Renee Lewis – three counts of petit larceny, third offense
• Holly Shanta Dickson – two counts of forgery; two counts of uttering a forged document (forged and uttered/attempted to employ checks or documents from the account of Tasha Dickson at Grayson National Bank and from the account of Laconna Moretz at SunTrust Bank)
• Michael Shane Harris – two counts of forgery; two counts of uttering a forged document (forged and uttered/attempted to employ checks or documents from the account of Tasha Dickson at Grayson National Bank and from the account of Laconna Moretz at SunTrust Bank)
• Herbert Early Brown III – possession of a controlled I or II controlled substance (meth)
• Heather Sargeant – statutory burglary in the nighttime; grand larceny (broke into the home of Bobby Linville and stole property valued at more than $200)
• Brian Omar Braxton – assault on a law enforcement officer (T.J. Jefferson)
• Austin Doyle West – malicious wounding
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.