Christopher Maher, Alice Echo-News Journal

The Jim Wells County District Clerk's Office released 12 indictments Wednesday that were issued by a grand jury Nov. 9.

The following indictments were issued by the grand jury:

Terrence L. Mann was indicted for possession of cocaine in connection with a Feb. 12 incident in which he was allegedly found to be in possession of less than one gram of cocaine. Vidal Ben Garcia III was indicted for possession of cocaine in connection with a Jan. 11 incident in which he was allegedly found to be in possession of less than one gram of cocaine. Steven Lyn Garcia was indicted for unauthorized use of a motor vehicle in connection with an March 20 incident in which he allegedly operated a vehicle without the owner's consent. Eduardo Molina was indicted for possession of cocaine in connection with a Nov. 15, 2006 incident in which he was allegedly found to be in possession of less than one gram of cocaine. Edward Frank Garza was indicted for possession of cocaine in connection with a Dec. 1, 2006 incident in which he was allegedly found to be in possession of less than four grams of cocaine. Eric Garza was indicted for evading arrest with a vehicle in connection with a Nov. 14, 2006 incident in which he allegedly attempted to flee from a law enforcement official. Harold Munoz was indicted for aggravated assault in connection with a Jan. 14 incident in which he allegedly choked a woman and threatened her using a knife. Michael Randolf Thurman was indicted for possession of heroin in connection with a March 12 incident in which he was allegedly found to be in possession of less than one gram of heroin. Jesus C. Trevino was indicted for evading arrest with a vehicle in connection with an April 11 incident in which he allegedly attempted to flee from a peace officer. Henry Bernal was indicted for possession of cocaine in connection with a June 19 incident in which he allegedly was found to be in possession of less than one gram of cocaine. Adrian Cantu was indicted for one count of possession of cocaine and one count of possession of a controlled substance in connection with a June 27 incident in which he was allegedly found to be in possession of less than one gram of cocaine and less than one gram of dihydrocodeinone. Roberto Tamez was indicted for theft over $1,500 in connection with an April 30 incident in which he allegedly stole four moonwalks, six blowers and six tarps from a local man.