The defendant, Zachary Thomas Cornett, has been accused by the Grand Jury of Lake County of the following offenses: 1. Unlawful exporting of marijuana items – on or about June 29, 2020, in Lake County 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. 2. Unlawful delivery of marijuana item – on or about June 29, 2020, in Lake County did unlawfully and knowingly deliver a marijuana item, to wit; 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 delivery involved more than one-quarter ounce of cannabinoid extract that was not purchased from a marijuana retailer that holds a license issued under ORS475B.105. 3. Unlawful possession of marijuana by person age 21 years or older – on or about June 29, 2020, in Lake County, while 21 years of age or older, 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. 4. Criminal conspiracy – on or about June 29, 2020, in Lake County did unlawfully, with intent that conduct constituting the crime of exporting marijuana punishable as a felony be performed, agree with each other to engage in the performance of the following conduct unlawfully placing in transit marijuana extract that was not purchased from a marijuana retailer that holds a license issued under ORS 475B.105. 5. Tampering with physical evidence – on or about June 29, 2020, in Lake County did unlawfully and knowingly destroy, mutilate, alter, conceal or remove physical evidence, to wit: cell phone, this impairing its verity or availability, with the intent that it be unavailable, used, introduced or rejected in an official proceeding which to the knowledge of said defendant was about to be instituted to-wit: unlawful possession of marijuana by a person age 21 years or older. 6. Resisting arrest – on or about June 29, 2020, in Lake County did unlawfully and intentionally resist Brennan Pilon, a person known to the defendant to be a peace officer, in making an arrest.

The defendant, William James Harrell, has been accused by the Grand Jury of Lake County of the following offenses: 1. Unlawful exporting of marijuana items – on or about June 29, 2020, in Lake County 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. 2. Unlawful delivery of marijuana item – on or about June 29, 2020, in Lake County did unlawfully and knowingly deliver a marijuana item, to wit: 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 delivery involved 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. 3. Unlawful possession of marijuana by a person age 21 years or older – on or about June 29, 2020, in Lake County while 21 years of age or older, 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. 4, Criminal conspiracy – on or about June 29, 2020, in Lake County, did unlawfully, with intent that conduct constituting the crime of exporting marijuana punishable as a felony be performed, agree with each other to engage in the performance of the following conduct unlawfully placing in transit marijuana extract that was not purchased from a marijuana retailer that holds a license issued under ORS 475B.105.

The defendant, Klajie D. Gerard, has been accused by the Grand Jury of Lake County of the following offenses: 1. Burglary in the first degree – on or about June 25, 2020, in Lake County did unlawfully and knowingly enter or remain in a dwelling located at 525 N. J St. with the intent to commit the crime of harassment therein. 2. Criminal mischief in the second degree – on or about June 25, 2020, in Lake County did unlawfully and intentionally damage a door frame, the property of Katherine O’Brien, by kicking in door thus breaking the door jam, the said defendant having no right to do so nor reasonable grounds to believe that the said defendant had such right. 3. Criminal mischief in the second degree – on or about June 25, 2020, in Lake County did unlawfully and intentionally damage a window, the property of Katherine O’Brien, by throwing a rock through it, the said defendant having no right to do so nor reasonable grounds to believe that the said defendant had such right. 4. Criminal trespass in the first degree – on or about June 25, 2020, in Lake County did unlawfully and knowingly enter or remain in a dwelling located at 525 N. J St. 5. Harassment – on or about June 25, 2020, in Lake County did unlawfully and intentionally harass or annoy Jacob Steel by subjecting Steel to offensive physical contact.

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