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Lee County Grand Jury Indicts Twelve

Three from Lexington


LVFD members Chris Billings, Phillip Boettcher and Allen Retzlaff fight the fire that destroyed a home in Blue. 
PHOTO BY MICHAEL MILBURN. LVFD members Chris Billings, Phillip Boettcher and Allen Retzlaff fight the fire that destroyed a home in Blue. PHOTO BY MICHAEL MILBURN. Twelve people were indicted by the Lee County Grand Jury on Thursday, October 18, three of whom are from Lexington

Mary Catherine Atkins, 63 of Lexington, was indicted for two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, stemming from an incident where she allegedly used her vehicle to hit two of her neighbors.

Sam Scoggins, also of Lexington, was indicted for two counts of assault causing bodily injury, stemming from an incident where he allegedly sprayed two of his neighbors in the face with wasp spray.

Jose Alejandro Luna-Alvarez, 23 of Lexington, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance, cocaine, less than one gram.

Travis Ray Bridges, 18 of TYC in Giddings, was indicted for assault of a public servant.

Curtis Desha Brooks, 18 of TYC in Giddings, was indicted for two counts of assault of a public servant.

Derrick Rogelio Esquivel, 23 of La Grange, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance – 3, 4 – Methylenedioxy Methamphetamine, less than one gram.

Eduardo Garcia, Jr., 26 of Giddings, was indicted for assault of a family/household member with previous conviction.

Cory Ray Green, 21 of La Grange, was indicted for assault of a family/household member, impeding breath/circulation.

Johnny Ondrea Kelly, 33 of Giddings, was indicted for prohibited substance in correctional facility.

Thomas Van Martin Kieschnick, 62 of Lincoln, was indicted for hindering secured creditor.

Edgar Macias, 18 ofAustin, was indicted for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle.

Kyle Lynn Phillips, 27 or Giddings, was indicted for failure to register as a sex offender with previous conviction.

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