Felony Charges Filed February 28, 2013

Published on March 1, 2013

Catherine Albert: Burglary-Class B Felony; Forgery-Class C Felony; Theft-Class D Felony; Theft-Class D Felony
Keith Fuller: Possession of a Schedule III Controlled Substance-Class D Felony; Habitual Substance Offender
Clistie Gee: Possession of Paraphernalia-Class A Misdemeanor Enhanced to D Felony
Jamie Torres: Theft-Class D Felony
Stephen Wilkey: Criminal Recklessness-Class D Felony; Intimidation-Class D Felony; Resisting Law Enforcement-Class A Misdemeanor
William Allgood:
Operating a Vehicle with an Ace of .15 or More-Class A Misdemeanor Enhanced to D Felony; Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated-Class C Misdemeanor Enhanced to D Felony
Harold Booher:
Dealing in Marijuana-Class A Misdemeanor Enhanced to D Felony; Possession of Marijuana-Class A Misdemeanor-Enhanced to D Felony; Driving While Suspended-Class A Misdemeanor
Demarco Brown:
Obtaining a Schedule II Controlled Substance by Fraud or Deceit-Class D Felony
Joshua Malicoat:
Intimidation-Class D Felony; Operating a Vehicle with an Ace of .08 or More-Class C Misdemeanor; Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated-Class C Misdemeanor
Paul Wilder:
Operating a Vehicle While Intoxicated-Class C Misdemeanor Enhanced to D Felony; Operating a Motor Vehicle without ever Receiving a License-Class A Misdemeanor
Willis Wilhite:
Possession of Methamphetamine-Class D Felony; Possession of Paraphernalia-Class A Misdemeanor

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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