Obstructing Officers Tops Grand Jury Indictments

Law enforcement officers have tough jobs as evidenced by the latest indictments returned by the Jeff Davis County Grand Jury which included charges of obstructing and attacking officers.
Ricky Paul Olson was indicted on charges of burglary in the first degree and misdemeanor obstruction of an officer. He is accused of entering a home on Town Creek Road in August with the intent to commit aggravated assault and refusing to place his hands behind his back when ordered to do so by a law enforcement officer.
In a separate indictment, Olson was charged with two counts of aggravated stalking for allegedly trying twice to contact a woman in September to harass and intimidate her while she had a temporary protective order.
Harry Bruce Yawn was indicted on a count of aggravated stalking and four felony counts of obstruction of an officer. He is alleged to have contacted a woman in violation of a temporary protective order, kicking a law enforcement in the leg numerous times and stomping his foot, forcefully grabbing the officer’s genitals, striking a second law enforcement officer’s head with his own, and slapping a third law enforcement officer’s face with an open hand.
Ronak C. Patel was indicted on two felony obstruction of an officer counts for an Oct. 1 incident for allegedly pushing his body into a deputy in an aggressive manner and expelling human blood on another deputy.
In a separate indictment, Patel was charged with three counts of felony obstruction of an officer, three counts of misdemeanor obstruction of an officer, and one count of simple battery. The charges stem from a July 28 incident when he is accused kicking a deputy while resisting arrest, kicking a trooper, kicking a cadet, failing to comply with a deputy’s commands, a trooper’s commands and the cadet’s commands, and spitting in the eye of a deputy.
In a third indictment, Patel is charged with aggravated stalking for calling a Cotton Patch Store employee in attempt to contact a woman in violation of a temporary protective order.
Kendrick Lamount Pound was indicted for aggravated assault family violence, cruelty to children in the third degree, and simple battery family violence. He is accused of attempting to strangle a victim in front of a child under the age of 18, and punching the victim’s forehead with his fist.
Christian Wesley Wills, Jonathon Cade Wills and Armando Rosalio Sifuentes were all named in a three-count indictment for burglary in the second degree. The are accused of, in August, entering the Jeff Davis Recreation Department pool building, the Recreation Department batting cage storage building, and the Recreation Department scorekeepers building.
Elmer Donald Davenport was charged with manufacture of marijuana and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. The charges stem from a September arrest when he had a Remington 30-06 firearm.
Jamie Lewis Selph was indicted for possession of methamphetamine and four counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. Sylph was arrested in October for the possession charge and had a KBI-MBO .22 LR rifle, a Harrington and Richardson Model 198 Deluxe Topper .410 shotgun, a Brown wooden bolt action rifle and a .22 caliber LR rifle.
Marcus Keith Everett, Brittany Suzanne Spencer, Mary Esther Sulima and Marcannion Ray Vasquez was charged with manufacture of marijuana in August.
Kenneth William Newton Jr. was indicted on two charges of sale of methamphetamine on two days in October, 2017.

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