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District Attorney’s report, April 17

• Christopher Allen Franz was charged on March 31 with attempted possession of a controlled substance, a felony or gross misdemeanor.

• Christopher Raymond Biddy was charged on April 7 with battery by a prisoner, a felony.

• Cynthia Ann Vice was charged on April 9 with grand larceny of firearm, two counts, both felonies.

• Matthew Ryan Koehler was charged on April 3 with grand larceny, a felony.

• Alice Faye Walker aka Faye Howard aka Alice Walker was charged on March 10 with unlawful trespass upon land, a misdemeanor.

• Thomas Allen Reylek was charged on April 8 with driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance, a misdemeanor.

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