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GRAND JURY INDICTMENTS

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An indictment is a formal charge by the State of Texas for a felony offense. It is not a determination of guilt.

James Boethel—Possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, greater than or equal to 1 gram, less than 4 grams, a third-degree felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about February 12, 2018 did intentionally or knowingly possess methamphetamine in an amount of one gram or more but less than four grams.

Paul Chance—Forgery of a financial instrument, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about March 20, 2018 did, with intent to defraud or harm another, make a writing so it purported to be the act of another person who did not authorize the act, and the writing was a check in the amount of $4,860.12 payable to the defendant.

Viola Clemmons—Theft of property, less than $2,500, two or more previous convictions, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about June 11, 2017 did unlawfully appropriate, by acquiring or otherwise exercising control over, a blender system of the value of less than $2,500 without the effective consent of the owner and with intent to deprive the owner of the property.

Two previous convictions of theft of property on February 28, 2014 and on October 1, 2014 were also presented.

Lindsey Duncan—Forgery of a financial instrument, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about April 8, 2018 did, with intent to defraud or harm another, alter a writing so it purported to be the act of another person who did not authorize the act, and the writing was a check in the amount of $600 payable to the defendant.

Isidro Hernandez-Castro, Jr.—Possession of marijuana, greater than or equal to 4 ounces, less than 5 pounds, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about January 19, 2018 did intentionally or knowingly possess a usable quantity of marijuana in an amount of five pounds or less but more than four ounces.

Richard Hrejsa—Possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 1 gram, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about May 5, 2018 did intentionally or knowingly possess cocaine in an amount of less than one gram.

Patrick Lee—Possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 1 gram, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about May 20, 2018 did intentionally or knowingly possess methamphetamine in an amount of less than one gram.

Crystal Marx—Forgery of a financial instrument, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about August 21, 2017 did, with intent to defraud or harm another, make a writing so it purported to be the act of another person who did not authorize the act, and the writing was a check in the amount of $1,800 payable to the defendant.

Vanessa Meece—Possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, greater than or equal to 1 gram, less than 4 grams, a third-degree felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about March 18, 2018 did intentionally or knowingly possess methamphetamine in an amount of one gram or more but less than four grams.

Jonathan Risenhoover— Possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, greater than or equal to 1 gram, less than 4 grams, enhanced, a third-degree felony enhanced to a second-degree felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about February 12, 2018 did intentionally or knowingly possess methamphetamine in an amount of one gram or more but less than four grams.

A previous conviction for injury of a child on or about September 4, 2012 was also presented.

Marisa Rojas—Possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 1 gram, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about March 9, 2018 did intentionally or knowingly possess cocaine in an amount of less than one gram.

Brandy Silman—Debit card abuse, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about October 20, 2018 did use a debit card with intent to fraudulently obtain a benefit, with knowledge that the card had not been issued to the defendant and with knowledge that the card was not used with the effective consent of the cardholder.

Yvonne Smith—Forgery of a financial instrument, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about August 7, 2017 did, with intent to defraud or harm another, make a writing so it purported to be the act of another person who did not authorize the act, and the writing was a check in the amount of $125 payable to the defendant.

Phillip Thompson—Hinder apprehension or prosecution of a known felon, a third-degree felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about December 28, 2018 did harbor James Thompson with the intent to hinder the arrest of James Thompson under the authority of a warrant or capias.

Jessica Tullus—Forgery of a financial instrument, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about August 9, 2017 did, with intent to defraud or harm another, make a writing so it purported to be the act of another person who did not authorize the act, and the writing was a check in the amount of $145 payable to the defendant.

Hugo Velasco—Possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 1 gram, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about March 16, 2018 did intentionally or knowingly possess cocaine in an amount of less than one gram.

Tony Verge—Possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 1 gram, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about July 15, 2018 did intentionally or knowingly possess methamphetamine in an amount of less than one gram.

Crystal Zeidler—Possession of a controlled substance, penalty group 1, less than 1 gram, a state jail felony.

The indictment alleges that the defendant on or about May 10, 2018 did intentionally or knowingly possess cocaine in an amount of less than one gram.

No Bills: After careful inquiry, the Grand Jury has voted a “no bill” in the following cases, meaning insufficient evidence exists for indictment and prosecution on a criminal charge. The Sheriff of Bastrop County is directed to release the defendant if they are in custody, unless they are being held in other matters not covered by said complaint, and any outstanding warrants for arrest of said defendant for this offense shall be recalled.

Elicer Jaimes —Sexual assault of a child, on or about August 2018.

Ernest Reyes, Jr.—Sex offenders duty to register with previous conviction, on or about November 28, 2018.