(01/13/2001)
Alcohol and drug related cases topped the list of individuals indicted by a January Grand Jury in Calhoun County, with new Judge Tom Evans presiding.

Guy Denzil Knicely, 30, of Nicut was indicted on one count of fleeing from an officer while driving under the influence of alcohol.

Kelly Ann Mace, owner of Kelly's This n' That on Route 16 near the Clay County line, was indicted for possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, one count.

David Scott Arthur, 28, of Creston was indicted on possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.

Jerry Scott Wagoner, 26, of Grantsville was indicted on possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.

Shelly Sue Burrows, 19, of Grantsville was indicted on four counts, manufacturing a controlled substance, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, conspiracy to commit manufacturing a controlled substance and conspiracy to commit possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.

James A. Christman, 32, of Grantsville was indicted on four counts, manufacturing a controlled substance, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, conspiracy to commit manufacturing a controlled substance and conspiracy to commit possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.

Gary Dale Goodrich, 53, of Belpre, Ohio, one count for driving under the influence of alcohol, third offense.

Other indictments:

Darrell Neal, 29, of Chloe was indicted on three counts of sexual abuse by a custodian, one count of sexual assault in the second degree and one count of sexual assault in the third degree.

Timothy Oral Mace, 34, of Chloe was charged with one count of counterfeiting a registration plate.

Joshua David Bohn, 18, of Grantsville was charged with one count of entering without breaking, one count for grand larceny and one count for petit larceny.

Jeremy Dilgard, 19, of Grantsville, one count of petit larceny. second offense.

Stephen Summers, 35, of Orma, two counts for petit larceny, second offense.


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