Grand Jury returns 29 true bills with 59 cases continued

The Grand Jury of Greene County, Alabama, met for spring term and went into session on March 28, 2016, ending the session March 29, 2016. The Grand Jury considered various criminal charges against various defendants returning with 29 true bills, some of which were multiple count indictments, resulting in 22 felonies and 7 misdemeanors. There were 59 cases continued and 8 no bills were returned. No further recommendations were presented.
Indictments included the following.
– Walter Lee Beck, Jr. was indicted for unlawful possession of marijuana.
– Harper Dewayne Colvin was indicted for the September 4, 2015 shooting, causing the death of another person, to-wit Layton LaJeffery Cochran, shooting Cochran with a handgun and discharging firearm into an occupied vehicle.
– David Edwards was indicted on Criminal Trespass I.
– Anthony Lamar Gary was indicted for Criminal Trespass III and breaking and entering a vehicle.
– Robert Earl Moore was indicted for certain person forbidden to possess pistol.
– Rufus Peebles was indicted for theft of property.
– Billy Wayne Sanders was indicted for Arson II.
– Jayson Gabriel Shows was indicted for possession of a controlled substance, Criminal Mischief III and Theft of Property III.
– Eric Washington was indicted for attempted murder on June 30, 2015, Kidnapping II, discharging a firearm into an occupied vehicle and promoting prison contraband.
– Labryant Kumane Whitehead was indicted for Hindering Prosecution I.
– Jose Luis Anguiano was indicted for trafficking – cocaine.
– Dominic Fowler was indicted for possession of marijuana and attempt to elude.
– Isaac Pinedo was indicted for trafficking – methamphetamine.
– Juan Manuel Salazar was indicted for trafficking – cocaine.
– Alvin Merrill Boatley was indicted for trafficking -methamphetamine, and for certain person forbidden to possess pistol and possession of drug paraphernalia.
– Jonquise Deanthony Brewingtion was indicted for carrying a pistol without license and possession of marijuana.
Aaron Braggs was indicted for certain person forbidden to possess pistol.
– Tymon Leotis Davis was indicted for hindering prosecution.

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