Grand jury returns nine true bills

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The October 2022 Term of the Emanuel County Grand Jury reconvened on Tuesday, January 3, 2023. Dianne Lawson served as foreperson, Pamela Carr as assistant foreperson, and Corine Hampton as clerk. John Allen Bailey served as bailiff.

The grand jury considered 9 bills of indictment, submitted to it by the office of the District Attorney, returning 9 true bills and 0 no bills.

The investigative grand jury committee(s) presented their findings from the inspection performed at the Emanuel County Jail to the grand jury. Findings will be submitted to the Clerk by the committee.

Look in upcoming editions of The Forest-Blade for the findings.

Dorothy Crabb Carter: Theft by shoplifting, Fleeing or attempting to elude police officer, Obstruction of an officer, Improper passing

Willie Lee Thomas, Jr.: Aggravated assault, Terroristic threats

Orlando Mario Oglesby: Aggravated assault-family violence, Simple battery-family violence, Cruelty to children in the third degree, Cruelty to children in the third degree, Theft by taking

Shana Marie Stevens: Possession of meth, Possession of drug related objects, Driving while license suspended, Failure to wear safety belt

Carl Robeson Kelley: Theft by receiving stolen property, Theft by receiving stolen property, Theft by receiving stolen property, Theft by receiving stolen property

Dorothy Crabb Carter: Theft by shoplifting

Robert Henry Williams, Jr.: Battery-family violence

Ashley Earl Hood: Involvement with motor vehicle having identification removed

Edward Reshawn Jenkins, AKA Robert Euwin James, Carl Robeson Kelley and Russell OConnor: Theft by receiving stolen property-Kelley, Theft by receiving stolen property-Kelley, Theft by receiving stolen property-Kelley, Theft by receiving stolen property-Kelley, Possession of meth, Possession of drug related objects, Giving false information to a law enforcement-Jenkins, Theft by receiving stolen property-OConnor, Theft by receiving stolen property-OConnor, Theft by receiving stolen property-OConnor, Theft by receiving stolen property-OConnor

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