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DA’s Report

• Jessica Ann Marie Holbert was charged on Feb. 26 with possession of a dangerous weapon; offense involving stolen vehicle; possessing or receiving forged instruments or bills; obtaining and using personal identifying information of another person to harm or impersonate person, to obtain certain nonpublic records or for other unlawful purpose, two counts.

• Daniel Castle was charged on Feb. 21 with walking on highway under influence of intoxicating liquor or drugs.

• Jonah David Grubbs was charged on March 7 with obtaining or possessing credit card without consent of cardholder, fraudulent use of a credit card and theft.

• Daniel William Stepp was charged on March 10 with criminal contempt and possession of drug paraphernalia.

• Jeni Lee Bermudez, aka Jeni Lee Bright was charged on March 17 with harassment.

• Samantha Jaimes Keys was charged on March 17 with petit larceny, two counts.

• Marriah Eavonne Baldinger was charged on March 17 with petit larceny, two counts.

• Joe Angel Barrios was charged on March 24 with driving without a valid license, security for payment of tort liabilities required, driving under the influence and unlawful use of a controlled substance.

• Gerald Eugene Wesley was charged on March 24 with criminal contempt.

• James Michael Robert Ross was charged on March 24 with using tech to lure child.

• Gordon Hyatt Sr. was charged on March 24 with driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance.

• Keanu Nicholas Kaiwi-Geraghty was charged on March 24 with theft, two counts and conspiracy to commit theft.

• Alexandra Caite Bostain was charged on March 24 with theft and conspiracy to commit theft.

• Kenneth Wayne Lembke was charged on March 24 with possession of a controlled substance.

• Jason Paul Martin was charged on March 24 with domestic battery.

• Shawn Collin DeShaw was charged on March 26 with protective headgear and glasses; driving while license cancelled, revoked or suspended; license required to operate motorcycle or trimobile; certain unlawful acts; security for payment of tort liabilities required; basic speed; reckless driving; general requirements for equipment (unsafe vehicle); stop required on signal of peace officer and conspiracy to resist a public officer.

• Michelle L. Fasking was charged on March 26 with protective headgear and glasses; driving while license cancelled, revoked or suspended; license required to operate motorcycle or trimobile; certain unlawful acts; security for payment of tort liabilities required; basic speed; reckless driving; general requirements for equipment (unsafe vehicle); stop required on signal of peace officer and conspiracy to resist a public officer.

• Candace Marie Booker was charged on March 26 with driving under the influence of alcohol and driving without a valid license.

• Freddie Raphael Oliveras Jr. was charged on March 26 with assault with a deadly weapon, battery with use of a deadly weapon and battery (strangulation).

• Shawn William Speakman was charged on March 26 with using tech to lure child.

• Joel Smith was charged on March 26 with using tech to lure child.

• Joseph Doty was charged on March 26 with luring child.

• James Reed Jackson was charged on March 26 with unlawful use of a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.

• James Reed Jackson was charged on March 27 with possession of a controlled substance, two counts.

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