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The Claiborne County Grand Jury handed down several indictments during the October term. The cases were presented by the Eighth Judicial District Attorney General’s office.


One local woman had four separate true bills handed down against her. Amy D. Brantley, 31, was indicted for public intoxication, two counts of simple possession schedule II, simple possession schedule IV and possession of controlled substance in penal. The alleged incidents occurred in June.


Brantley was also indicted separately on a charge of DUI (second offense) and driving on a revoked license (third offense) in May.


A third indictment against Brantley was handed down in relation to an alleged incident in May. Brantley was indicted for contraband in a penal institution, two counts of simple possession schedule II and simple possession schedule IV.


Brantley was indicted a fourth time for public intoxication and two counts of simple possession schedule II. This allegedly occurred in May.


Charles Jack Hopper II, 39, was indicted for three counts of aggravated domestic assault, two counts of manufacture of methamphetamine, possession of schedule II controlled, simple possession marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest and two counts of domestic assault. The alleged incidents occurred from 2011 to 2013.


Walter Franklin Goodie Jr., 35, was indicted for felony evading arrest, DUI, driving on suspended (second), improper display of plates and financial responsibility law. The alleged incidents occurred in Aug.


A second true bill against Goodie charges him with driving on suspended (second) and financial responsibility law in Aug.


A third true bill against Goodie charges him with felony evading arrest, driving on suspended (second) and financial responsibility law, allegedly occurring in Oct.


John Keith Brock, 37, was indicted for DUI (fourth) and reckless endangerment, allegedly occurring in Aug.


Wilma M. Middleton, 31, was indicted for two counts of DUI, driving on suspended license and financial responsibility law, allegedly occurring in June.


Jessica N. Akers, 27, was indicted for assault, allegedly occurring in March.


Jessica Dawn Wade, 35, was indicted on five counts of aggravated burglary and six counts of forgery. The incidents allegedly occurred in July and Aug.


Jessica Lewis, 35, was indicted for two counts of forgery, which allegedly occurred in May. A second indictment for forgery was based on an alleged incident in May as well.


Jimmy L. Banks, 36, was indicted on charges of domestic assault and vandalism over $500. The alleged incidents occurred in Aug.


Robert Arthur Stilson, 56, was indicted on charges of failure to signal, violation of financial responsibility law and driving on suspended license. The alleged incidents occurred in July.


David A. Payne, 32, was indicted for possession schedule II - methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia and driving on suspended license. The incidents allegedly occurred in June.


Ilas Ray Hurley, 19, was indicted on a charge of underage consumption, which allegedly occurred in May.


Kimberly Brooke Seals, 23, was indicted for DUI and violation of implied consent law, which allegedly occurred in August.


Curtis Vandal Sizemore, 45, was indicted for violation of financial responsibility law, muffler law, possession of drug paraphernalia, DUI, promotion of methamphetamine manufacture and violation of implied consent law. These alleged incidents occurred in April 2012.


Eric Lynn Rash, 26, was indicted on charges of falsification of the results of a drug test, driving on suspended license, tampering with evidence and possession of drug paraphernalia. The incidents allegedly occurred in July.


James Johnson, 30, was indicted on two counts of vandalism over $1,000 but less than $10,000. The alleged incidents occurred in June on different dates.


Johnny Monday Rhodes, 35, was indicted on a charge of vandalism over $500 but less than $1,000 stemming from an alleged incident in July 2012.


Reach Marisa Anders at manders@civitasmedia.com or 423-626-3222.

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