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• Todd Jeffery Taylor was charged on Feb. 21 with ex-felon in possession of firearm(s); offer, attempt or commission of unauthorized act(s) relating to schedule I or II controlled substance, first offense; and possession of a controlled substance.

• Amy Lynn Grubbs was charged on Feb. 21 with theft; obstructing a public officer; and possession of drug paraphernalia.

• Robert Allen Farr was charged on Feb. 21 with assault with a deadly weapon; driving under the influence of alcohol; and possession of a firearm when under the influence of alcohol, controlled substance or other intoxicating substance.

• Jerry Lynn Shuey was charged on Feb. 21 with driving while license cancelled, revoked or suspended; duty to stop at scene of accident involving damage to vehicle or property; and security for payment of tort liabilities required.

• William Alexander Jones was charged on Feb. 24 with possession of a controlled substance; and unlawful use of a controlled substance.

• Keanu Nicholas Kaiwi-Geraghty was charged on Feb. 24 with theft, two counts; and unlawful taking of a vehicle.

• Timothy Neil Taylor was charged on Feb. 24 with unlawful use of a controlled substance.

• Anthony Romero Griego was charged on Feb. 25 with prohibited acts of convicted sex offender; obstructing a public officer; certain unlawful acts; and no driver’s license in possession.

• Richard Edward Shantz was charged on Feb. 25 with intoxicated pedestrian prohibited within traveled portion of highway.

• Agnes Kimberly Olsen was charged on Feb. 25 with failure to appear after admission to bail.

• Michael Ray Cardwell, Jr., was charged on Feb. 27 with criminal contempt.

• Julie Ann Shantz was charged on Feb.28 with unlawful use of a controlled substance.

• Jeremy Matthew Beatty was charged on Feb. 28 with child endangerment.

• Alfonso Lopez Cocio was charged on Feb. 28 with prohibited acts of convicted sex offender.

• Alexandra Bostain was charged on Feb. 28 with possession of drug paraphernalia.

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