Indictments handed down from Court of Common Pleas

GEORGETOWN – The Brown County Grand Jury handed down indictments to five individuals this past week. An indictment is not an admission of guilt. All parties should be considered innocent until proven guilty by the court.

Cheyenne Clifford, 20, of Georgetown, was indicted on one court of failure to provide a notice of change of address, a fourth-degree felony. The indictment indicates that Clifford was convicted of gross sexual imposition in December 2015 in Warren County and failed to notify the sheriff of her address change.

Randy Cox, 40, of Mt. Orab, was indicted on counts of trespassing, a fourth-degree felony, obstructions of official business, a second-degree misdemeanor, and resisting arrest, a second-degree misdemeanor.

Gerald Dickens, 25, of Sardinia, was indicted one count of assault, a fourth-degree felony, and resisting arrest, a second-degree misdemeanor. Dickens is accused on causing physical harm to Deputy Brandon Johnson while performing job related duties.

Seth Wilson, 30, of Russellville, was indicted on two counts of domestic violence, both third degree felonies. The court alleges that Wilson caused or attempted to cause physical harm to a household member. Wilson had previously pleaded guilty or been convicted of two previous counts of domestic violence in November and December 2013 according to the indictment.

Jeff Carlier, 52, of Fayetteville, was indicted one count of burglary, a second-degree felony; grand theft, a third-degree felony; safe cracking, a fourth-degree felony; and receiving stolen property, a fourth-degree felony. The indictment suggests Carlier was in possession of a firearm when the burglary took place. The indictment also alleges Carlier stole or received a stolen M-1 .30 caliber carbine, a German Luger, and a .22 caliber revolver

By Brian Durham

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