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Friday, July 22, 2016 - The News - Page 3A ran Jury repo Payne, 24, indicted for 27. Brian Lamar The News Staff Reports Abandoning or Endan- Moore, 45, indicted for ATHENS-Henderson gering a Child Possession of Controlled County District Attorney 12. Christopher Substance R. Scott McKee reports Shaun Blanton, 29, in- 28. Jeffrey Keith the Grand Jury returned dieted for Driving While Huffer, 45, indicted for the following True Bills Intoxicated with Child Possession of Controlled for the June 29th meet- Passenger Substance and Tampering ing. In addition, 10 cases 13. Jose Luis Tavern, with Evidence are indicted under seal. 30, indicted forAssault 29. Michael William 1. Cody Wayne 14. OscarAlanJones, Daughtery, 43, indicted Ashley, 51, indicted for 41, indicted for Injury to for Possession of Con- Possession of Controlled Elderly Person trolled Substance and Substance 15. Wesley Keith Tampering with Evidence 2. Ralph Ace McCormack, 48, indicted 30. James Frank Brown, 28, indicted for for Evading Arrest or Drohn, 44, indicted for Driving While Intoxicat- Detention Prohibited Substance in ed with Child Passenger 16. Michael Wayne Correctional Facility 3. Kim Anthony Crosby, 37, indicted for 31. Agustin Gomez- Dorman, 49, indicted Evading Arrest or Deten- Reyes, 44, indicted for for Evading Arrest or tion Prohibited Substance in Detention, Possession 17. Stephen Lee CorrectionalFacility of Controlled Substance, Graves, 60, indicted for 32. Dawn Lanell Ba- and Unlawful Possession Burglary con, 49, indicted for Bur- of Firearm by Felon 18. Stephen Joel glary 4. Tiffany Anne Smith, 40, indicted for 33. Jose Manuel Ro- Tyer, 36, indicted for Burglary driguez, 19, indicted for Manufacture or Delivery 19. F 1 o y d A d a m Assault of Controlled Substance Smith, Jr., 48, indicted 34. C a s h G r a n t in Penalty Group 1 for Theft Brashar, 19, indicted for 5. Windell Robert 20. Robert Wayne Aggravated Assault Robinson, 57, indicted DeHaven, 34, indicted 35. Derek Grant for Manufacture or De- for Unlawful Possession Herndon, 32, indicted livery of Controlled Sub- of Firearm by Felon for Theft stance in Penalty Group 1 21. Christi Lynn Pass, 36. Dustin Ray An- 6. Darla Ray Guth- 36, indicted for Tamper- venshine, 38, indicted rie, 45, indicted for Pos- ing with Evidence and for Tampering with Evi- session of Controlled Possession of Controlled dence Substance Substance 37. Jason David Fos- 7. Michael Douglas 22. Matthew Thomas ter, 37, indicted for Theft Robinson, 49, indicted Lundstrom, 43, indicted 38. Cody James for Possession of Con- for Tampering with Evi- Lively, 24, indicted for trolled Substance dence Forgery 8. Traci Raye Rai- 23. Christina Johnson 39. Justin Lynn burn, 47, indicted for McLeod, 42, indicted for Morse, 29, indicted for Possession of Controlled Possession of Controlled Burglary Substance SubStance 40. Christopher Ryan 9. Eryn Lynee Kel- 24. Landon Reese Beard, 33, indicted for ley, 34, indicted for Man- Trisler, 27, indicted for Credit Card Abuse ufacture or Delivery of Possession of Controlled 41. Dustin Shawn Controlled Substance in Substance Webb, 31, indicted for 25. Stacey Lynn Theft Penalty Group 1 10. Jennifer Shantrell Green, 45, indicted for Johnson, 22, indicted for Possession of Controlled Manufacture or Delivery Substance of Controlled Substance 26. Jerry Glenn Me- in Penalty Group 1 Bride, 46, indicted for 11. 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Lormie Lee Fend- er, 31, indicted for Evad- ing Arrest or Detention and Assault i 46. Terry Dwayne Lee, 42, indicted for Manufacture or Delivery of Controlled Substance in Penalty Group 1 47. John Paul Boles, 49, indicted for Theft of Firearm 48. William Lee Shaddox, 52, indicted for Manufacture of Delivery of Controlled Substance in Penalty Group 1 49. Timothy Brian Berry, 41, indicted for Possession of Controlled Substance, Tampering with Evidence, Assault, and Evading Arrest or Detention. By Russell Slaton test's difficulty level, program of the United The NewsCorrespondent Norris also serves as States Department of MALAKOFF-Mal-the district's testing co- Education which rec- akoff Rotarians found ordinator, ognizes low-income The real-life 2015 schools that excel aca- out er they were smarter than a fifth- fifth-grade test included demically. 46 questions for reading, Malakoff Elemen- math tary School was ree- and 44 questions about ognized as a National Malakoff Indepen- science. 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