Christopher Maher, Alice Echo-News Journal

A Jim Wells County Grand Jury issued 21 indictments earlier this month, on charges ranging from possession of marijuana to attempted aggravated sexual assault of a child.

The following indictments were issued by the grand jury Dec. 6 and released by the district clerk's office last week.

Eve Rivera was indicted for possession of cocaine in connection with a Sept. 23, 2005 incident in which she was allegedly found to be in possession of more than a gram of cocaine. Mark Homero Aguilar was indicted for evading arrest with a vehicle in connection with a Nov. 24, 2006 incident in which he allegedly fled from a peace officer who was attempting to detain him. Rosario Gonzalez was indicted for possession of controlled substance with intent to deliver in connection with a Dec. 7, 2006 incident in which she was allegedly found to be in possession of more than four grams of cocaine and heroin. Norberto Cadena Jr. was indicted for possession of cocaine in connection with a Feb. 1, 2007 incident in which he was allegedly found to be in possession of more than a gram of cocaine. Brenda Lee Alaniz was indicted for forgery in connection with a Feb. 28, 2007 incident in which she allegedly forged a check. Gloria Lopez was indicted for forgery in connection with a March 11, 2007 incident in which she allegedly forged a check. Fidencio Hinojosa was indicted for possession of cocaine in connection with a Jan. 23, 2007 incident in which he was allegedly found to be in possession of less than a gram of cocaine. Ricardo Hinojosa was indicted for sexual assault of a child in connection with an Oct. 19, 2006 incident in which he allegedly had sexual contact with a girl under the age of 17 years. Luis Antonio Villegas Jr. was indicted for evading arrest with a vehicle in connection with a Nov. 3, 2006 incident in which he allegedly fled from a peace officer who was attempting to detain him. Gilbert Ballesteros was indicted for burglary of a habitation in connection with an Oct. 30, 2006 incident in which he allegedly broke into a home with the intent to commit theft. Christy Michelle Morrison was indicted for false report in connection with a March 15, 2007 incident in which she allegedly filed a false report of abuse with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. William Jack Everett was indicted for attempted aggravated sexual assault of a child in connection with an Aug. 5, 2007 incident in which he allegedly attempted to force himself on a child. Robert Allen Phillips Jr. was indicted for burglary of a habitation in connection with a Nov. 10, 2007 incident in which he allegedly broke into a home with the intent to commit theft. Blanca Macias was indicted for false statement to obtain property, in connection with an Aug. 4, 2004 incident in which she allegedly filed false statements to the Texas Health and Human Services Commission in order to obtain food stamps. Gloria Lopez was indicted for tampering with a governmental record, in connection with a July 28, 2005 incident in which she allegedly made a false entry on an application filed with the Texas Department of Human Resources. Adelfino Cantu Jr. was indicted for driving while intoxicated with a child, in connection with a June 19, 2005 incident in which he allegedly operated a motor vehicle while intoxicated while he had three children under the age of 15 years in the car at the time. Oscar Garcia was indicted for evading arrest with a vehicle in connection with a March 16, 2007 incident in which he allegedly attempted to flee from a peace officer who was attempting to detain him. Alonzo Mauricio Gongora was indicted for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle in connection with a June 27, 2007 incident in which he allegedly operated an automobile without the owner's consent. Ricardo O. Sotelo was indicted for possession of a controlled substance in connection with a Jan. 5, 2007 incident in which he allegedly was found to be in possession of less than one gram of cocaine. Armando L. Salazar was indicted for possession of a controlled substance in connection with a May 4, 2007 incident in which he allegedly was found to be in possession of less than one gram of cocaine. Hector Mendez Jr. was indicted for possession of marijuana in connection with a July 6, 2007 incident in which he allegedly was found to be in possession of more than 50 pounds of marijuana.