Charges range from drug possessions to burglaries

Christopher Maher, Jim Wells County Correspondent

The 79th District Clerk's office released a list of 11 indictments handed down by a recent grand jury Tuesday.

The indictments include charges ranging from possession of a controlled substance to aggravated assault.

The following indictments were issued by the grand jury Aug. 31:

Albert James Phillips was indicted for burglary of a habitation in connection with a May 8 incident in which he allegedly broke into a home. Ismael Olivarez was indicted for possession of a controlled substance in connection with a Sept. 9, 2005 incident in which he was allegedly found to be in possession of more than one gram of cocaine. Marcus Lopez was indicted for aggravated assault in connection with an Aug. 28, 2006 incident in which he allegedly stabbed a man in the stomach. Rolando Hernandez was indicted for burglary of a habitation in connection with a March 4 incident in which he allegedly broke into a home. Edward Barrientes was indicted for sexual assault of a child in connection with an Aug. 26, 2006 incident in which he allegedly assaulted a girl under the age of 17 years. Gloria Lopez was indicted for forgery in connection with a Feb. 28 incident in which she allegedly forged a check. Virginia Marie Ortiz was indicted for tampering with a governmental record in connection with a March 7, 2005 incident in which she allegedly made a false entry on an application with the Texas Department of Human Resources. Jo Ann Gonzalez was indicted for tampering with a governmental record in connection with a June 28, 2006 incident in which she allegedly made a false entry on an application with the Texas Department of Human Resources. Linda Lopez was indicted for tampering with a governmental record in connection with a July 22, 2004 incident in which she allegedly made a false entry on an application with the Texas Department of Human Resources. Juan Rodrigo Muniz was indicted for possession of cocaine in connection with a Nov. 26, 2006 incident in which he allegedly was found to be in possession of less than one gram of cocaine. Antonio Anguiano was indicted for two counts of burglary of a building in connection with incidents on July 1 and July 4 in which he allegedly broke into a building.