August 30-- The August term of the Montgomery County jury has returned presentments and 42 indictments.
The grand jury reappointed James Days and W. Kenneth Clark to the county Board of Tax Equalization and recommended four people to serve on the Board of Registrars including Beverly Bell, Maureen Reynolds, John Boyd, III and Trinidy Aldrich.
Three Glenwood residents, Linda Higginbotham, Ronald Kight and Marcus Warren were charged with receiving a stolen vehicle.
The grand jury returned fifteen drug-related indictments.
Two Vidalia residents, Daniel Rountree, Jr. and Herbert Hutcheson for possession of methamphetamine who is also indicted for marijuana possession and receiving stolen property.
Amber Aldridge and Adam Sanders, both of Mount Vernon, were indicted for possession of methamphetamine and marijuana.
Zachary Connell of Ailey and Timothy Thomas were indicted for possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
John Campbell, Jr. of Vidalia and Pamela Miller of Tarrytown were indicted for possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute and possession or marijuana.
Mallory Partin of Vidalia was indicted for possession of marijuana.
Karmen Smalls of Anderson, SC for marijuana possession with intent to distribute.
Andreda Talamantez of Uvalda for possession of hydrocodone.
Stephanie Borden of Swainsboro and Marc Hodges of Soperton for possession of methamphetamine and marijuana with intent to distribute.
Timmy Jackson and Sabrina Wicker, both of Mount Vernon , for the sale of cocaine and possession of marijuana with intent to distribute.
Tammie Lynn Wilson of Vidalia for possession of marijuana
Hunter Clifton of Lyons for possession of a controlled substance and drug related objects and two counts of shoplifting.
Jordan Owens of Waycross for possession of methamphetamine.
Michael Hester of Soperton for possession of methamphetamine and furnishing prohibited cellphones and tobacco to inmates at Montgomery State Prison.
Terry Beach, Jr. of Baxley and Sharon Chambers of Uvalda for possession of cocaine and methamphetamine.
Lex Jordan of Mount Vernon was indicted for burglary, theft by taking and entering an automobile.
Amanda Harden of Tarrytown for debit card fraud.
Dustin Tarver and Britt Brannon, both of Vidalia, for theft by taking a boat from Monroe Goss.
Olivia McCoy for two counts of cruelty to children.
Shawn Martinez for burglary at Thompson Lumber Company.
Tyrese Madison of Mount Vernon for theft by taking, entering an automobile and criminal trespass.
Shandon Greene of Vidalia for burglary and theft by taking from Bondage Free Deliver Ministries in Ailey.
Joshua Jacobs of Vidalia for obstruction and fleeing a police officer.
Charles Ray of Uvalda was indicted for burglary and criminal damage to property at the home of Robert Johnson of Uvalda.
Hunter Rhymes of Mount Vernon for burglary, theft by taking and criminal damage to property at the home of Kim McCoy of Alston.
Adrian Fields of Uvalda for theft by taking a Ford truck from Wade Carpenter.
Latyal Moye of Mount Vernon for burglary and theft by receiving stolen property from the home of Lucy Hulett in Mount Vernon.
Michael Brown of Uvalda for theft by taking tools from Betty Fountain.
Jeremy Edge of Mount Vernon for aggravated assault by hitting Brandon Salter with a baseball bat.
Corey Hunt of Vidalia for furnishing prohibited items (tobacco) to inmates at Montgomery State Prison.
Brandon Moore of Adrian for two counts of child molestation, enticing a child for indecent purposes, sexual exploitation of children and electronically furnishing obscene materials to minors.
Rhonda Johnson of Suitland, Maryland for aggravated assault and give false information to a police officer.
Stephen Stafford of Mount Vernon for aggravated assault, family violence battery, DUI and open container.
Simon Ramos of Uvalda for burglary at the home of Shawn Powell of Uvalda.
Ashtin Beecher and Payne Herrera, both of Uvalda, for burglary at the home of Johnny Dixon in Uvalda.
Tony Anderson of Lyons for forgery and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Brent Jackson of Soperton for aggravated assault of Amber Smith.
Steve Atkins of Mount Vernon for three counts of burglary and three counts of vandalism at a place of worship including the Tarrytown Baptist Church, the Bear Creek Baptist Church and the Central Baptist Church and criminal damage to property.
John Mincey of Reidsville for executing fictitious checks.
David Thompkins of Mount Vernon for criminal damage to property, the home of Ricky Thompkins, and obstructing an officer.