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• Lucas Benford was charged on July 18 with offer, attempt, or commission of unauthorized act(s) relating to controlled substance, first offense.

• Kyle Joseph Burrows was charged on July 18 with offer, attempt, or commission of unauthorized act relating to controlled substance, first offense.

• Natalie Carter was charged on July 5 with possession of a controlled substance.

• Abel Dominguez-Rivera was charged on July 19 with trafficking in a schedule I controlled substance.

• Raymond Eldridge Dunmore was charged on July 18 with possession of a controlled substance.

• Kristy Rechalle Finnegan was charged on July 19 with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving while license canceled, revoked or suspended and resisting public officer.

• Stephen James Harris Jr. was charged on July 15 with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell.

• Therese Harke was charged on July 15 with offer, attempt, or commission of unauthorized act(s) relating to controlled substance, first offense.

• Zackary Lee Harriff was charged on July 15 with offer, attempt, or commission of unauthorized act(s) relating to controlled substance.

• Manuel Hernandez-Olguin was charged on July 19 with trafficking in a schedule I controlled substance.

• Nathaniel Dean Hoover was charged on July 15 with offer, attempt, or commission of unauthorized act(s) relating to controlled substance, first offense.

• Brandon Michael Hurt was charged on July 19 with offer, attempt, or commission of unauthorized act relating to controlled substance, first offense.

• Andrea Lee Mendenhall was charged on July 19 with trafficking in a schedule I controlled substance.

• Gina Arlene McDaniel was charged on July 19 with obstructing a public officer.

• Michael Thomas Mullin was charged on July 17 with resisting public officer and wrongful possession, abandonment or alteration of cart or serial number.

• Tonya Jean Neubauer-Gutierrez was charged on July 19 with theft.

• Leeanne Saramae Parrott was charged on July 15 with possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell.

• John Allen Paton was charged on July 17 with reckless driving.

• Lynne Susan Reimer was charged on July 10 with battery.

• Tracey Lynne Resh was charged on July 17 with domestic battery.

• Christopher Jay Risvold was charged on July 17 with engaging in business or submitting bid without license, second offense.

• Paul Ament Royeton was charged on July 11 with neglect of an older person.

• Guadalupe Ruiz-Rodriguez was charged on July 5 with driving under the influence of alcohol, third offense.

• Melody Kingneil Schwarz was charged on July 15 with driving under the influence of alcohol, driving on highway having multiple marked lanes for traffic and duty upon damaging unattended property.

• Catherine Sadie Smith was charged on July 17 with battery.

• Reginald Lee Smith was charged on July 17 with domestic battery.

• Ashlie Michele Stalley was charged on July 11 with theft.

• William Owen Stidham was charged on July 19 with trafficking in a schedule I controlled substance.

• Jerry Lee Thomas Jr. was charged on July 11 with domestic battery.

• Tracey Jean Thorp was charged on July 11 with petit larceny.

• Emanuel Todd was charged on July 15 with battery.

• Marissa Trinette Tredici was charged on July 19 with three counts of child abuse and neglect.

• Vincent Frank Tredici was charged on July 19 with three counts of child abuse and neglect.

• Benjamin Barak Waggoner was charged on July 11 with injury to other property.

• James Michael Weaver was charged on July 15 with petit larceny.

• Steven Anthony Whitcraft was charged on July 17 with driving under the influence of alcohol, second offense and basic speed.

• Debra Myrtle Zaman was charged on July 12 with failure to drive on right half of highway.

• Gary Dean Zimmerman was charged on July 11 with disturbing the peace.

• Mark Jeffery Zimmerman was charged on July 11 with disturbing the peace.

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