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Sixteen indicted by Brown County Grand Jury

By Wayne Gates

Sixteen people were indicted by a Brown County Grand Jury on May 5.
Brian Boyd, Jr., 26 of Lebanon, is charged with one count each of Breaking and Entering, Theft and Receiving Stolen Property.  All charges are fifth degree felonies.
James Eckler, 54 of Ripley is charged with Failure to Comply with an Order or Signal of a Police Officer, a third degree felony, Grand Theft, a fourth degree felony and Operating a Vehicle Under the Influence of Alcohol or Drugs, a first degree misdemeanor.
Tricia McKibben, 24 of New Vienna, is charged with one count of Possession of Heroin, a fifth degree felony and two counts of Endangering Children, both first degree misdemeanors.
Brandon Woods, 23 of New Vienna, is charged with one count of Possession of Heroin, a fifth degree felony, one count of Tampering With Evidence, a third degree felony and two counts of Endangering Children, both first degree misdemeanors.
Michael Butterbaugh, 56 of Cincinnati, is charged with Aggravated Possession of Drugs and Aggravated Trafficking in Drugs, both third degree felonies.
Matthew Warren, 27 of Columbus, is charged with Illegal Assembly or Possession of Chemicals for the Manufacture of Drugs and Tampering With Evidence, both third degree felonies.
He is also charged with Aggravated Possession of Drugs, a fifth degree felony.
Ashley Woods, 26 of Peebles, is charged with Possession of Heroin, a fourth degree felony, Aggravated Possession of Drugs, a fifth degree felony, four counts of Endangering Children, a first degree misdemeanor and Possessing Drug Abuse Instruments, a second degree misdemeanor.
Robert Hawkins, 32 of Sardinia, is charged with Possession of Heroin, a fourth degree felony, Aggravated Possession of Drugs, a fifth degree felony, four counts of Endangering Children, a first degree misdemeanor and Possessing Drug Abuse Instruments, a second degree misdemeanor.
Barry Sears, 59 of Sardinia, is charged with Aggravated Possession of Drugs, a fifth degree felony and Possession of Heroin, a fourth degree felony.
Krystal Koller, 26 of Lebanon, is charged with Breaking and Entering, Theft and Receiving Stolen Property.  All charges are fifth degree felonies.
Terry Lovell, 40 of Mount Orab, is charged with one count of Receiving Stolen Property, a fourth degree felony.
Tesco Lovell, 59 of Mount Orab, is charged with one count of Receiving Stolen Property, a fourth degree felony.
Ashley Corcoran, 29 of Georgetown, is charged with two counts of Trafficking in Drugs.  Both charges are fifth degree felonies.
Matheau Spencer, 21 of Mount Orab, is charged with two counts of Trafficking in Drugs.  Both charges are fifth degree felonies.
Derick Minnie, 23 of Georgetown, is charged with two counts of Trafficking in Drugs.  Both charges are fifth degree felonies.
Rebecca Jones, 33 of Georgetown, is charged with two counts of Trafficking in Drugs.  Both charges are fifth degree felonies.
An indictment means that charges have been filed against an individual.  It is not a finding or admission of guilt.

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