Felony Charges Filed February 14, 2012

Published on February 15, 2012

Bryan Bailey, II: Operating a Vehicle as an Habitual Traffic Violator – Class D Felony
Kit Browne: Burglary – Class B Felony; Attempted Theft – Class D Felony; Criminal Mischief – Class B Misdemeanor
John Cannon: Possession of a Narcotic Drug – Class C Felony; Resisting Law Enforcement – Class C Felony; Receiving Stolen Property – Class D Felony; Resisting Law Enforcement – Class D Felony; Failure to Stop After Accident Resulting in Serious Bodily Injury – Class D Felony; Resisting Law Enforcement – Class D Felony; Carrying a Handgun without a License – Class A Misdemeanor; Possession of Marijuana – Class A Misdemeanor; Invasion of Privacy – Class A Misdemeanor; Failure to Stop After an Accident Resulting in Non-Vehicle Damage – Class B Misdemeanor
David Cartwright: Domestic Battery – Class A Misdemeanor (Enhanced to Class D Felony due to Prior Convictions)
Nathaniel Case: Possession of Cocaine – Class D Felony; Operating a Motor Vehicle After Forfeiture of License for Life – Class C Felony
Michael Head, II: Operating a Vehicle as an Habitual Traffic Violator – Class D Felony
James Heck, Jr.: Resisting Law Enforcement – Class D Felony; Possession of Chemical Reagents or Precursors with Intent to Manufacture a Controlled Substance – Class D Felony; Resisting Law Enforcement – Class A Misdemeanor; Criminal Mischief – Class B Misdemeanor
Gene Hoover: Battery Resulting in Bodily Injury – Class D Felony
Joseph Kelley: Theft – Class D Felony
Larry Lawrence: Battery Resulting in Bodily Injury – Class D Felony (Two Counts); False Informing – Class A Misdemeanor
Kerry Majors: Operating a Motor Vehicle as an Habitual Traffic Violator – Class D Felony
Coriyahvon Outlaw: Unlawful Possession or use of a Legend Drug – Class D Felony; Possession of Marijuana – Class A Misdemeanor
Lamanda Peay: Possession of Methamphetamine – Class D Felony; Neglect of Dependent – Class D Felony; Possession of Marijuana – Class A Misdemeanor; Possession of Paraphernalia – Class A Misdemeanor (Habitual Substance Offender)
Perry Scroggins: Resisting Law Enforcement – Class D Felony; Possession of Chemical Reagents or Precursors with Intent to Manufacture a Controlled Substance – Class D Felony; Resisting Law Enforcement – Class A Misdemeanor; Criminal Mischief – Class B Misdemeanor
Jesse Shelton: Possession of Chemical Reagents or Precursors with Intent to Manufacture a Controlled Substance – Class D Felony
Jason Stewart: Residential Entry – Class D Felony

Under Indiana law, all criminal defendants are considered to be innocent until proven guilty by a court of law.

Sentence Chart
Murder: 45-65 Years
Class A Felony: 20-50 Years
Class B Felony: 6-20 Years
Class C Felony: 2-8 Years
Class D Felony: 1/2-3 Years
Class A Misdemeanor: 0-1 Year
Class B Misdemeanor: 0-180 Days
Class C Misdemeanor: 0-60 Days

 

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