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Gladewater man indicted on indecency with a child charge

BY PHILLIP WILLIAMS

GILMER--The Upshur County Grand Jury on Thursday returned 17 indictments, four of them sealed, and no-billed three cases, said District Attorney Billy Byrd.

Defendants, charges and bond information in the open indictments was as follows, Byrd's office reported:

Patrick David Thompson, 18, of Gladewater, indecency with a child on July 23, 2012, $35,000 surety bond  

James Mitchell Roland, Jr., 44, of Big Sandy, possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) with intent to deliver on April 30, $35,000 surety bond

Jeffery Mark Watson, 54, address unknown, burglary of habitation on April 15. He remained in county jail under $10,000 bond.

Richard Anderton, III, 46, of Gilmer, driving while intoxicated; subsequent offense--repeat offender on Feb. 16, $5,000 surety bond

Tony Michael Floyd, 60, of Mt. Pleasant, driving while intoxicated; subsequent offense on Jan. 28, $10,000 surety bond

Jose Carmen Aguilar, 54, of Hughes Springs, driving while intoxicated; subsequent offense on March 4, $10,000 surety bond

Jonathan Craig Strait, 31, of Gilmer, possession of methamphetamine on Aug. 23, 2012, $10,000 surety bond

Priscilla Darlene Pessink, 23, of Bullard, possession of cocaine on Aug. 6, 2012, $2,500 surety bond

David Bernard Hodge, 38, of Ore City, assault--family violence with previous conviction on March 20, $3,500 surety bond

Billy Lee Aultman, 34, of Gilmer, burglary of building on Feb. 23, $75,000 surety bond

Matthew Howard Baldwin, 52, of Pittsburg, burglary of building on Feb. 23. He remained in county jail under $75,000 bond

Glenn Earl Hamilton, 49, of Gilmer, possession of methamphetamine with intent to deliver on Aug. 5, 2012, $35,000 surety bond

Phyllis Ann Ellis, 50, of Diana, posession of methamphetamine on July 18, 2012, $10,000 surety bond

The sealed indictments were for unlawful possession of a firearm by felon, possession of methamphetamine, retaliation: habitual offender, and aggravated sexual assault of a child, Byrd's office reported.