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October 18, 2012

Parker County grand jury indictments

PARKER COUNTY — Indictments returned by the Parker County Grand Jury at their Oct. 11 session included:

Noah Thomas Archer, Sept. 11; injury to a child.         

Shane Evan Austin, Sept. 15; assault family violance enhanced.

Justin Wesley Ball, Jan. 1, 2010; two counts of indecency with a child.

Russell Delacy Bever, July 15, 2011; burglary of habitation.

Kyle Chester Cage, March 21; possession of a controlled substance Pg 1 less than 1 gram.

Jesse Wayne Carrington, Jan. 3; theft greater than or equal to $1,500 less than $20,000.

Carolyn Louise Flippin, Aug. 22; theft of property less than $1,500 with two or more previous theft convictions.

Scott Allen Golden, Aug. 24; bail jumping.

David Brian Hamilton, March 6; possession of a controlled substance Pg 1 less than 1 gram.

Austin Vaughan Hamrick, May 20; sexual assault of a child.

Stefanie Kalyn Hunt, March 9; possession of a controlled substance Pg 1 less than 1 gram.

Brandon Wayne Kincaid, April 10; possession of a controlled substance Pg 1 less than 1 gram.

Billy Don Law Jr., April 28; assault family violence choking, assault family violence enhanced.

Michael Alan Lewis, Nov. 13, 2011; possession of a controlled substance Pg 1 less than 1 gram.

Joseph Frank Malone, May 16, 2011; possession of a controlled substance Pg 1 less than 1 gram.

Timothy Chase Mcwilliams, Sept. 17; bail jumping.

Kelley Gene Phillips, May 8; possession of a prohibited substance in a correcitonal facility.

Donna Denise Scalf, Jan. 19; possession of a prohibited substance in a correcitonal facility, possession of a controlled substance Pg 1 less than 1 gram.

Michael Bradley Scott, April 13; possession of marijuana less than or equal to 5 pounds greater than 4 ounces.

Joseph Duncan Smart, July 24; unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon.

Krystal Leann Williams, April 14; manufacture/deliver controlled substance Pg 1 greater than or equal to 4 grams less than 200 grams.

Kevin Scott Wooldridge, Sept. 21; unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

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