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Drug charges dominate grand jury indictments

October 19, 2011

A Howard County grand jury handed down more than two-dozen indictments during its Friday session in 118th District Court, many for alleged drug violations.

Among those indicted were:

• Pedro Rosendo Aguilar, 50, of 312 N.E. 10th St., possession of a controlled substance (third-degree felony, enhanced).
• Tony Bernard Anderson, 22, currently being held in the Howard County Jail, forgery (state jail felony).
• Ashley Dawn Walters, 22, currently being held in the Howard County Jail, forgery (state jail felony).
• Andres Arguello, 26, of 1604 Kentucky Way, assault of a family or household member by impeding breathing or circulation (third-degree felony).
• Douglas Arnold Jr., 37, of 405 W. Seventh St., failure to register as a sex offender (second-degree felony).
• Alexander Burciaga, 21, of 2516 Gunter, delivery of a controlled substance (two counts, both state jail felonies) and delivery of a controlled substance (second-degree felony).
• Andrea Croft, 27, of 1002 N. Main St. Apt. 48, possession of a controlled substance (two counts, both state jail felonies).
• Bruce Ervin Essix, 45, of 408 S. Douglas, delivery of a controlled substance (two counts, both enhanced first-degree felonies).
• Keri Lynn Flux, 31, of Chico, Calif., driving while intoxicated with a child passenger (state jail felony).
• Lori Garcia Franco, 28, of 603 N.E. Eighth St., theft — less than $1,500 with two prior convictions (state jail felony).
• Victor Gutierrez, 34, of Plainview, forgery (state jail felony).
• Derrick Wayne Jones, 29, of Snyder, possession of a controlled substance (second-degree felony).
• Megan Kiyoko Karwedsky, 19, of 1905 Wasson Rd. Apt. 59, forgery (two counts, both state jail felonies).
• Nicholes Hernandez Limon, 22, currently being held in the Howard County Jail, possession of a controlled substance (state jail felony).
• Priscilla Ann Livesay, 25, of Lubbock, possession of a controlled substance (second-degree felony, enahnced).
• Joey Eugene Mata, 24, of 2511 W. 15th St., burglary of a habitation (second-degree felony) and violation of a protective order (third-degree felony).
• Jason Paul Norris, 40, of Novice, driving while intoxicated (third-degree felony).
• Moses Olivarez, 22, of 2602 Carleton, possession of a controlled substance (state jail felony).
• Amber Renee Ramirez, 27, of 611 N. San Antonio, possession of a controlled substance (state jail felony).
• Robert Rivera, 40, of 2538 Langley, burglary of a building (state jail felony).
• Sammy Sanchez, 38, currently being held in the Howard County Jail, driving while intoxicated (second-degree felony, enhanced).
• Darrick Kyle Shifflett, 24, of 109 Shifflet Dr., possession of a controlled substance (state jail felony).
• Leonard Shane Slaton, 45, of 205 W. 15th St., theft – more than $1,500 and less than $20,000 (state jail felony).
• Jimmy Doyle Trawick, 45, of 1313 Colby St., driving while intoxicated (first-degree felony).
• Debra Ann Turman, 42, of 1904 Stonehaven, theft – more than $1,500 and less than $20,000 (state jail felony).
• Paul Viera Jr., 25, of 1907 S. Main, evading arrest (state jail felony).

The grand jury declined to return indictments on several Big Spring politicians who admitted to accepting campaign contributions from corporations during their run for the city council.

As reported by the Herald on Sunday, Mayor Tommy Duncan, District 1 Councilman Marcus Fernandez and District 3 Councilman Glen Carrigan all received no-bills on allegations of accepting illegal campaign contributions, bringing the criminal case in the matter to a close. However, there is pending civil litigation, according to records with the 118th District Clerk's Office.

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