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Grand jury issues indictments against ten crime suspects

SoVaNow.com / May 21, 2014
A Mecklenburg County grand jury handed down indictments against ten individuals on May 19, including Gregory Schott Tuck for allegedly abusing a minor.

Shannon Bagbey Walker was charged with one count of forgery of a check belonging to James Elder.

Amel Sefer was charged with one count of theft of property belonging to Holder Construction Group valued at $200 or more.

Steven Mull and Steven Liles were each separately charged with one count of theft of property belonging to Allgood and Allgood valued at $200 or more, and one count of breaking and entering into Allgood and Allgood’s property.

Derek Lee Yoch was charged with one count of possession of Oxycontin, two counts of theft of property from Susan Bing, valued at $200 or more, and two counts of breaking and entering into Susan Bing’s dwelling.

Jamar Antwon Walker was charged with one count of motor vehicle theft of a vehicle belonging to Jimmy Lee Boyd.

Ashely Lynn Walters was charged with one count of failure to stop after receiving an audible signal from law enforcement and one count of leaving the scene of an accident.

Zachary Charles Schwebke was also charged with one count of failure to stop after receiving an audible signal from law enforcement, and James Lee Tinsley was separately charged with driving without a license after having been convicted as a habitual offender.

Indictments are not findings of guilt, but rather a determination that sufficient evidence exists to bring the cases to trial.

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