On Tuesday, April 30, Jessica Lieurance was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on six counts. Count one was for the unlawful exportation of marijuana items. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, March 26 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly export marijuana items to wit, usable marijuana from this state. Count two was for unlawful delivery of marijuana item. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, March 26 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly deliver a marijuana item, to wit, usable marijuana. Count three was for unlawful possession of marijuana by a person age 21 years or older. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, March 26 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess more than eight ounces of usable marijuana. The state further alleges that the amount possessed was 16 times 8 ounces of usable marijuana. Count four was for unlawful exporting of marijuana items. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, March 26 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly export marijuana items, to wit, a cannabinoid extract that was not purchased from a marijuana retailer that holds a license issued under ORS 475B.105, from this state. Count five was for the unlawful delivery of marijuana item. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, March 26 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly deliver a marijuana item, to wit, a cannabnoid extract that was not purchased from a marijuana retailer that holds a license issued under ORS 475B.105. County six was for unlawful possession of marijuana by a person age 21 years or older. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, March 26 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess a cannabnoid extract that was not purchased from a marijuana retailer that holds a license issued under ORS 475B.105. 

     

On Tuesday, April 30, David Rector was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on one count. Count one was for unlawful possession of a short-barreled shotgun. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Thursday, April 4 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess a shotgun with a barrel less than 16 inches in length. 

     

On Tuesday, May 14, Jenae Sheeley was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on two counts. Count one was for unlawful importing of marijuana items. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Monday, April 15 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly import marijuana items, to wit, a cannabinoid extract that was not purchased from a marijuana retailer that holds a license issued under ORS 475B.105 from this state. Count two was for unlawful possession of a marijuana item by a person age 21 years or older. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Monday, April 15 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess a cannabinoid extract that was not purchased from a marijuana retailer that holds a license issued under ORS 475B.105. The state further alleges that the amount possessed was more than one-quarter ounce of cannabinoid extract that was not purchased from a marijuana retailer that holds a license issued under ORS 475B.105. 

     

On Tuesday, May 14, Jamie Allison was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on two counts. Count one was for laundering a monetary instrument. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, March 26 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly transport funds to wit, approximately $20,000 knowing that the funds involved in the transportation represent the proceeds of some form, though not necessarily which form, of unlawful activity. Count two was for attempted unlawful exporting of marijuana items. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Tuesday, March 26 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly attempt to export marijuana items, to wit, usable marijuana from this state. 

     

     On Tuesday, May 28, Alexzander Wilburn was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on five counts. Count one was for felon in possession of a firearm. This change stemmed from an incident on or about Thursday, May 23 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly having previously been convicted in District Court of Houston in Texas on July 18, 2014 of the felony of Possession of Substance in Penalty Group 1, have in said defendant’s possession, custody or control of a firearm. Count two was for unlawful possession of methamphetamine. This change stemmed from an incident on or about Thursday, May 23 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess two grams or more of a mixture or substance containing a detectable amount of methamphetamine. Count three was for unlawful possession of a firearm. This change stemmed from an incident on or about Thursday, May 23 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess a handgun that was concealed and readily accessible to the defendant within a vehicle. Count four was for unlawful possession of hydrocodone. This change stemmed from an incident on or about Thursday, May 23 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess Hydrocodone, a controlled substance. County five was for unlawful importing of marijuana items. This change stemmed from an incident on or about Thursday, May 23 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly import marijuana items, to wit, a cannabinoid extract that was no purchased from a marijuana retailer that holds a license issued under ORS 475B.105 from this state.

     

On Tuesday, May 28, Bryan Burke was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on five counts. Count one was for unlawful sexual penetration in the first degree. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Wednesday, May 22 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly penetrate the vagina of the victim, with an object, to wit, the defendant’s fingers. Count two was for assault in the fourth degree constituting domestic violence. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Monday, May 20 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly cause physical injury to the victim. Count three was for assault in the fourth degree constituting domestic violence. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Wednesday, May 22 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly recklessly cause physical injury to the victim. Count four was for unlawful possession of methamphetamine. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Thursday, May 23 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly possess a usable quantity of methamphetamine. Count five was for harassment. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Thursday, May 23 where the defendant did unlawfully and intentionally harass the victim by subjecting her to offensive physical contact by touching her pelvic area, a sexual or intimate part of the victim.

 

On Tuesday, June 18, Craig Clause was indicted by a Lake County Grand Jury on three counts. Count one was for driving under the influence of intoxicants. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Thursday, June 13 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly drive a motor vehicle upon a highway premises open to the public while under the influence of intoxicants in violation to wit; alcohol, defendant having previously been convicted of driving under the influence of intoxicants in violation of the law of this state and other jurisdiction at least two times in the ten years prior to the date of the current offense. Count two was for driving while suspended or revoked. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Thursday, June 13 where the defendant did unlawfully and knowingly drive a motor vehicle upon a highway or premises open to the public, during a period when defendant’s driving privileges, or right to apply for driving privileges, were suspended or revoked by this state or court or by the Department of Transportation. Count three was for reckless driving. This charge stemmed from an incident on or about Thursday, June 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 or persons or property. 

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