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December 14, 2013

Beating of gay man leads to grand jury indictment

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“Brice said, ‘There’s going to be things on there that looks like I’m being serious back with him.’”

If the state decides to seek a hate crime finding by the court, which would enhance the charge to a first degree felony, that will occur at a later time, according to Assistant District Attorney Jeff Swain.

Other Dec. 5 indictments include:

• William Austin Black, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense.

• Clifton Wayne Ervin, driving while intoxicated, third or more offense.

• Clifton Wayne Ervin, assault causing bodily injury to a family member, more than twice within 12 months.

• Jose Gamaliel Martinez, tampering with a government record and fraudulent use or possession of identifying information, less than five, elderly.

• Jose Gamaliel Martinez, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.

• Jennifer Lynn Snow, burglary of a habitation.

• Kenneth Baker, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Oscar Carter III, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Miguel Centeno, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Christophe Diaz, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Dewayne Dorne, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Benjamin Estrada, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Jose Jimenez, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Gilberto Manzano, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Kendric McIntire, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Rayshawn Newsome, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Micheal Nira, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Kourtney Parr, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Esparza Resendez, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.     

• Raul Romero, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Ricky Turner, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

• Rodney Yoder, prohibited substance or item in a correctional facility.

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