The Jeff Davis County Grand Jury last week returned 10 true bill indictments during a session.
Jeffery Lavon Chambers and Nacarvas Kemell Chambers were indicted with possession of marijuana with intent to distribute in connection with an Oct. 12 arrest.
Jeffery Lavon Chambers was charged with sale of methamphetamine and sale of marijuana. Both charges were for April 15 incidents.
Michael George Walls faces a charge of terroristic threats for allegedly threatening to kill a man.
Tarus Jamual Edwards was indicted for forgery in the first degree and is accused of altering a prescription written by a physician at Jeff Davis Hospital by adding prescriptions for hydrocodone and ultram to the original prescription and presenting it to CVS pharmacy on July 24.
Deborah Diane Dixon was charged with theft by receiving stolen property for allegedly receiving more than $1,500 of stolen money in August.
Chasity Leigh Devaul was indicted for lottery ticket fraud and theft by taking. She is accused of taking several state lottery tickets and more than $1,500 from Flash Foods No. 194 on Jarman Street in August.
Anthony Quashon Dykeivsi Buchanan faces a charge of criminal attempt to commit a felony by, on Jan. 29, throwing a large rock into the glass door of Quick Gas on Latimer Street in an attempt to gain entry.
Christopher Art Reagin was charged with burglary in the second degree. He is accused of unlawfully entering O’Reilly’s Auto Parts on East Jarman Street in July.
Arthur F. Buford was indicted on two counts of aggravated assault and a count of reckless conduct in connection with an Oct. 26 incident in which he is alleged to have fired a 9 mm handgun twice in the direction of a victim. The reckless conduct charge was made because the shots were fired in the direction of a neighbor’s home.