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Grand Jury Indictments

  • On Tuesday, May 20, William A. Fisher was indicted on one count of delivery of a controlled substance-methamphetamine, a commercial drug offense and Class B felony.  The charge stemmed from an incident on or about Aug. 3, 2012, in which Fisher allegedly unlawfully and knowingly delivered methamphetamine constituting a commercial drug offense by being for consideration, in possession of $300 or more in cash and being in possession of drug transaction records or a customer list and in possession of materials used for the packaging of controlled substances.
  • On Tuesday, May 20, David L. White was indicted on one count of unlawful use of a weapon and one count of menacing.  The charges stemmed from an incident on or about Feb. 25, 2014, in which White allegedly unlawfully and intentionally attempted to place Tamera Cazarin in fear of imminent serious physical injury by swinging an axe toward her.
  • On Tuesday, May 20, Jeffrey Wallace was indicted on one count of theft in the first degree and one count of theft in the second degree.  The charges stemmed from an incident on or about Aug. 10, 2013, in which Wallace allegedly unlawfully and knowingly with intent to appropriate the companion animal of Shannon Hogue for himself a third party, of a total value of $100 or more but less than $1,000.

One Response to "Grand Jury Indictments"

  1. harvey winer  June 13, 2014 at 7:30 am

    Find the owner, file a suite against them for damages, drag their butts into court, have them sentence according to trespass, and assault charges, plus request restitution in money amount in the case.

    This is the only language that Lakeview, and Lake County lifer career Elect know, and they will be forces to include firm animal control into the easy budgets, like they do for their profit making, “Roundup” for a few, while everyone else donates for such as the 4th of July Fireworks.

    As usually Lake County and Lakeview have their catch all “open range law” for people and animals, have their priorities fixed for the few, not the many who have to “love it or leave it” by such criminials actions of owners not taking responsibility for their property, but if you cross their borders you butt will be in court in a microsecond by the Town Attorney siding with City Council, not the individual complaint, in most cases talked a lot able, with only selective action, if any take, making you feel like the criminials, instead of the victim.


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