Felony Charges: August 22nd, 2019

Published on August 23, 2019

VANDERBURGH COUNTY FELONY CHARGES

 Evansville, IN – Below are the felony cases to be filed by the Vanderburgh County Prosecutor’s Office today.

Thurman Andy Wicker: Operating a motor vehicle after forfeiture of license for life (Level 5 Felony)

Alexius Dededrianna Neal: Battery against a public safety official (Level 6 Felony), Battery against a public safety official (Level 6 Felony), Battery by bodily waste (Level 6 Felony), Battery against a public safety official (Level 6 Felony), Resisting law enforcement (Level 6 Felony), Intimidation (Level 6 Felony), Domestic battery (Class A misdemeanor), Disorderly conduct (Class B misdemeanor)

Terrence Terell Wilder Sr.: Intimidation (Level 5 Felony), Domestic battery (Level 6 Felony), Criminal mischief (Class B misdemeanor), Possession of marijuana (Class B misdemeanor)

Jayden Trace Mitchell: Possession of methamphetamine (Level 5 Felony)

Jeremy Wayne Brown: Residential entry (Level 6 Felony)

Jamie Ann Williamson: Intimidation (Level 5 Felony), Resisting law enforcement (Class A misdemeanor)

Vaughn L. Robinson: Possession of methamphetamine (Level 5 Felony), Theft of a firearm (Level 6 Felony), Possession of paraphernalia (Class C misdemeanor), Driving while suspended (A infraction)

Kenyon Samie Stiff: Dealing in a narcotic drug (Level 5 Felony), Possession of a controlled substance (Class A misdemeanor), Possession of marijuana (Class B misdemeanor), Speeding (C infraction)

For further information on the cases listed above, or any pending case, please contact Jess Powers via email at jpowers@vanderburghgov.org

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

SENTENCE CHART

Level  Range
Murder 45-65 Years
Level 1 Felony 20-40 Years
Level 2 Felony 10-30 Years
Level 3 Felony 3-16 Years
Level 4 Felony 2-12 Years
Level 5 Felony 1-6 Years
Level 6 Felony ½ – 2 ½ Years
Level A Misdemeanor 0-1 Year
Level B Misdemeanor 0-180 Days
Level C Misdemeanor 0-60 Days

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