The defendant, Cloud Allison, has been accused by the Grand Jury of Lake County of the following offense: 1. Theft in the first degree — on or about Sept. 17, in Lake County did unlawfully and knowingly commit theft of a flatbed trailer, of the value of one thousand dollars or more, the property of Bill Brown.

The defendant, Jeremiah John Davis, has been accused by the Grand Jury of Lake County of the following offenses: 1. Assault in the second degree — on or about Nov. 23, in Lake County did unlawfully and knowingly cause physical injury to Cloud Allison by means of a deadly or dangerous weapon, to wit: a car, by running off the road. 2. Failure to perform duties of a driver to injured persons — on or about Nov. 23, in Lake County being the driver of a vehicle being operated on a highway or premises open to the public, which was involved in an accident that resulted in physical injury to Cloud Allison, did unlawfully and knowingly fail to immediately stop the vehicle at the scene of the accident or as close thereto as possible and remain at the scene.

The defendant, Patricia Elaine Miller, has been accused by the Grand Jury of Lake County of the following offenses: 1. Custodial interference in the second degree — on or about Nov. 23 in Lake County knowing that she had no legal right to do so, did unlawfully and knowingly take, entice or keep the victim from the Department of Child Safety for the State of Arizona, her lawful custodian, with the intent to hold her permanently or for a protracted period of time. 2. Criminal conspiracy — on or about Nov. 23 in Lake County did unlawfully, with intent that conduct constituting the crime of custodial interference punishable as a felony be performed, agree with each other to engage in the performance of the following conduct: concealing the identity of the victim.

The defendant, Robert John Jameson, has been accused by the Grand Jury of Lake County of the following offenses: 1. Custodial interference in the second degree — on or about Nov. 23 in Lake County knowing that he had no legal right to do so, did unlawfully and knowingly take, entice or keep the victim from the Department of Child Safety for the State of Arizona, her lawful custodian, with the intent to hold her permanently or for a protracted period of time. 2. Criminal conspiracy — on or about Nov. 23 in Lake County did unlawfully, with intent that conduct constituting the crime of custodial interference punishable as a felony be performed, agree with each other to engage in the performance of the following conduct: concealing the identity of the victim.

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