On Tuesday, Jan. 29, Kyle Connelly was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on two counts. Count one was for unlawful possession of heroin. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Wednesday, Nov. 28 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess one gram or more of a mixture or substance containing a detectable amount of heroin. Count two was for unlawful possession of methamphetamine. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Wednesday, Nov. 28, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess two grams or more of a mixture or substance containing a detectable amount of methamphetamine. 

On Monday, Feb. 12, Shawn Fortune was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on one count. Count one was for failure to appear in the first degree. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Monday, Feb. 4, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly fail to appear as required having been charged with the crime of Unauthorized Use of a Vehicle, a felony and having by a court order been released from, custody under a release agreement upon the condition that the said defendant would subsequently appear personally. 

On Monday, Feb. 12, Michael Alanis was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on one count. Count one was for tampering with a witness. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Monday, Jan. 21, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly attempt to introduce Margaret Cornell a witness or person whom the said defendant believe might be called as a witness in an official proceeding, to offer false testimony, by telling Margaret Cornell to falsify her statements before the grand jury. 

On Monday, Feb. 19, Corey Pratt was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on nine counts. Count one was for unauthorized use of a vehicle. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Wednesday, Feb. 13, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly take, operate, ride in, exercise control over and other use a vehicle without the consent of the owner. Count two was for fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer. . This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Wednesday, Feb. 13, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly while still in the vehicle, flee or attempt top elude a pursing police officer. Count three was for fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Wednesday, Feb. 13, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly get out of the vehicle and flee or attempt to elude the police officer. Count four was for assault in the fourth degree. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Wednesday, Feb. 13, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly cause physical injury to Tamara Ann Wilson. County five was for reckless driving. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Wednesday, Feb. 13, where the defendant did unlawfully and recklessly drive a vehicle upon a highway or premises open to the public in a manner that endangered the safety of persons or property. Count six was for recklessly endangering another person. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Wednesday, Feb. 13, where the defendant did unlawfully and recklessly create a substantial risk of serious physical injury to Tamara Ann Wilson by driving in a reckless manner while attempting to elude a police officer. County seven was for recklessly endangering another person. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Wednesday, Feb. 13, where the defendant did unlawfully and recklessly create a substantial risk of serious physical injury to Kimberly A Boals by driving in a reckless manner while attempting to elude a police officer. Count eight was for criminal mischief in the second degree. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Wednesday, Feb. 13, where the defendant did unlawfully and recklessly damage a 2015 Nissan Pathfinder, the property of Tamara Ann Wilson, by crashing another vehicle into it. Count nine was for criminal mischief in the second degree. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Wednesday, Feb. 13, where the defendant did unlawfully and recklessly damage a 2006 Chevy Impala, the property of another, but crashing it into another vehicle. 

On Monday, Feb. 19, Terry Kiyasu was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on three counts. Count one was for unlawful exportation of marijuana items. This charge stemmed from an incident or about Thursday, Jan. 10, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly export marijuana items, usable marijuana from this state. Count two was for unlawful delivery of a marijuana item. This charge stemmed from an incident or about Thursday, Jan. 10, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly deliver a marijuana item, usable marijuana. Count three was for unlawful possession of marijuana by a person 21 years of age or older. This charge stemmed from an incident or about Thursday, Jan. 10, where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess more than eight ounces of usable marijuana.

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