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District Attorney’s report, June 26

• Aaron Michael Hoover was charged on June 16 with domestic battery (strangulation), a felony.

• Thomas J. Pennington was charged on June 16 with preventing or dissuading victim, person acting on behalf of victim, or witness from reporting crime, commencing prosecution or causing arrest, a felony; and domestic battery, first offense, a misdemeanor.

• Cecil Leon Slaughter was charged on June 16 with domestic battery (strangulation), a felony.

• Jason Arthur Altheide was charged on June 17 with battery by prisoner, attempt escape by felony prisoner, and habitual criminal, all felonies.

• Damien Demetrious Scissom was charged on June 17 with invasion of the home, a felony.

• Kevin Heier was charged on June 11 with unlawful use of a controlled substance, a felony; driving under the influence of alcohol and/or controlled substance and/or prohibited substance in blood; possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, first offense; possession of drug paraphernalia; and basic speed, all misdemeanors.

• Jesse M. Leighton was charged on June 18 with unlawful use of a controlled substance, a felony.

• Eric Andrew Gott was charged on June 17 with injury to property, a gross misdemeanor; and unlawful trespass upon land, a misdemeanor.

• Klayton Andrew Walker was charged on June 16 with battery on an older person, a gross misdemeanor.

• Raymond Dale Clark was charged on June 18 with harassment, injury to other property and unlawful trespass upon land, all misdemeanors.

• Christopher Zachary Salcido was charged on June 15 with false imprisonment; and domestic battery, second offense, both misdemeanors.

• James Lieberman was charged on June 16 with vehicle entering intersection marked ‘stop’ or ‘yield’ and driving under the influence of alcohol, both misdemeanors.

• Kevin Thomas Hannah was charged with domestic battery, a misdemeanor.

• Jesse M. Leighton was charged on June 11 with driving under the influence of alcohol and/or controlled substance and/or with prohibited substance in blood; driving without a valid license; security for payment of tort liabilities required; vehicle entering intersection marked ‘stop’ or ‘yield’, all misdemeanors.

• Daniel Austin Andersen was charged on June 17 with possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, first offense, a misdemeanor.

• Romana Lea Bolyard was charged on June 16 with domestic battery, first offense; and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana, first offense, both misdemeanors.

Brendan James Butterfield was charged on June 16 with domestic battery, second offense, a misdemeanor.

• Raymond Bustillos was charged on June 16 with domestic battery, first offense, a misdemeanor.

• Sondra Leone Wishon was charged on June 16 with battery, a misdemeanor.

• Brandon Robert Berger was charged on June 16 with domestic battery, first offense, two counts, both misdemeanors.

• Tina Marie Armer was charged on June 16 with domestic battery, first offense, a misdemeanor.

• Shannon Wofford was charged on June 16 with domestic battery, first offense, three counts, a misdemeanor; and interception, interruption or delay of message sent over telephone line, a gross misdemeanor.

• Raquel Soto was charged on June 16 with domestic battery, first offense, a misdemeanor.

• Shannon Nicole Steinberg was charged on June 16 with obstructing a public officer and false reporting of a crime, both misdemeanors.

• Troy Ranniger was charged on June 16 with domestic battery and injury to other property, both misdemeanors.

• Dustin Anthony Post was charged on June 16 with domestic battery, first offense, a misdemeanor.

• Gabriel Benjamin Phillips was charged on June 16 with domestic battery, first offense, a misdemeanor.

• Michael Obeasley was charged on June 17 with theft, a misdemeanor.

• Jack J. Brown was charged on June 16 with driving on divided highway; driving under the influence of alcohol; and license required to operate motorcycle or trimobile, all misdemeanors.

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