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Shane A. Tieman, Scioto County Prosecutor announced the Scioto County Grand Jury met on November 18 and returned 24 public indictments and five secret indictments. The defendants indicted are charged as follows:

PENELOPE LYNN CONRAD, 51

Milton, West Virginia, was indicted on Failure to Appear

STANLEY PENCE, 42

Lucasville, Ohio, was indicted on:

Failure to Appear

DAMEON WAYNE GREEN, 30

Cincinnati, Ohio, was indicted on:

Possessing Criminal Tools

Aggravated Trafficking in Drugs

Trafficking in Cocaine

Trafficking in a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Aggravated Possession of Drugs

Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Possession of Cocaine

SHAKIRA AKYM WALKER, 32

Cincinnati, Ohio, was indicted on:

Having Weapons while under Disability

Possessing Criminal Tools

Aggravated Trafficking in Drugs

Trafficking in Cocaine

Trafficking in a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Aggravated Possession of Drugs

Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Possession of Cocaine

WALTER JACKSON, 33

Westland, Michigan, was indicted on:

2 Counts Having Weapons while under Disability

Improperly Handling Firearms in a Motor Vehicle

Possessing Criminal Tools

Aggravated Trafficking in Drugs

Trafficking in Cocaine

Trafficking in a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Aggravated Possession of Drugs

2 Counts Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Possession of Cocaine

GARY W.

COOK, 36

West Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on:

10 Counts of Rape

JAMES R. ELLIOTT, 57

Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on:

Possessing Criminal Tools

Trafficking in Cocaine

3 Counts Trafficking in a Fentanyl-Related Compound

4 Counts Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Possession of Cocaine

Trafficking in Counterfeit Controlled Substances

TONYIA RANEA ELLIOTT, 39

Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on:

Possessing Criminal Tools

Trafficking in Cocaine

3 Counts Trafficking in a Fentanyl-Related Compound

4 Counts Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Possession of Cocaine

Trafficking in Counterfeit Controlled Substances

THOMAS RAY PRINCE, 43

Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on:

Possessing Criminal Tools

Aggravated Trafficking in Drugs

Trafficking in a Controlled Substance Analog

Aggravated Possession of Drugs

Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Possession of a Controlled Substance Analog

TERESA ANN PACHECO, 47

Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on:

Possessing Criminal Tools

Aggravated Trafficking in Drugs

Trafficking in a Controlled Substance Analog

Aggravated Possession of Drugs

Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Possession of a Controlled Substance Analog

MICHAEL A. BLEVINS, 40

Franklin Furnace, Ohio, was indicted on:

6 Counts of Nonsupport of Dependents

BRANDON R. VAUGHTERS, 36

Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on:

6 Counts of Nonsupport of Dependents

GREGORY S. WEBB, 54

Galion, Ohio, was indicted on:

Receiving Stolen Property

TIMBER R. RILEY, 32

Waverly, Ohio, was indicted on:

Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Possession of Drugs

Possession of Heroin

Possessing Drug Abuse Instruments

Illegal Use or Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

COREY JUSTIN WILBURN, 30

Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on:

Theft

Receiving Stolen Property

CAMERON DIXON, 18

Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on:

4 Counts Felonious Assault

2 Counts Kidnapping

Tampering with Evidence

KALEB DIXON, 23

Wheelersburg, Ohio, was indicted on:

4 Counts Felonious Assault

2 Counts Kidnapping

Tampering with Evidence

CHRISTIAN C. BROOKS, 25

New Boston, Ohio, was indicted on:

4 Counts Felonious Assault

2 Counts Kidnapping

Tampering with Evidence

CHRISTOPHER V. WRIGHT, 40

Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on:

Possessing Criminal Tools

Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Possessing Drug Abuse Instruments

CARLOS L. WOMACK, 32

Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on:

2 Counts Failure to Comply with an Order or Signal of a Police Officer

Possessing Criminal Tools

Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Possession of Cocaine

OVI

JAMES E. LAMPKIN, 40

Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on:

Aggravated Possession of Drugs

Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound

Possession of Heroin

Possessing Drug Abuse Instruments

ALICE JOHNSON, 50

New Boston, Ohio, was indicted on:

Assault

Burglary

Petty Theft

Obstructing Official Business

Resisting Arrest

ALEXANDER S. DUNCAN, 29

Portsmouth, Ohio, was indicted on:

Theft

Receiving Stolen Property

Aggravated Possession of Drugs

Possession of a Fentanyl-Related Compound

CORY ALAN PHILLIPS, 39

Lucasville, Ohio, was indicted on:

Grand Theft of a Motor Vehicle

Receiving Stolen Property

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Key Buccaneers Starter Returns to Practice Amid Injury

Getty Todd Bowles has Akiem Hicks back but will need to adjust things with a banged up secondary before a key game with New Orleans.

Injuries hit the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hard this week, but the team received some good news on Saturday, December 3.

Defensive end Akiem Hicks returned to practice on Saturday, according to Greg Auman of FOX Sports, after the former Pro Bowler missed practice on Friday due to a foot injury. Hicks previously missed almost two months of action because of a foot injury in Week 2.

#Bucs DT Akiem Hicks (96) back at practice on this Saturday morning (with a Sunday morning soundtrack) pic.twitter.com/1QztuG3FUx

— Joey Knight (@TBTimes_Bulls) December 3, 2022

The Bucs have a 4-1 record with Hicks on the field, and he has 12 tackles this season. Tampa Bay’s defense already had a slew of key injuries for the Week 13 game against the New Orleans Saints. That includes nose tackle Vita Vea (foot) who is expected to play after limited participation in practice all week.

Bucs Waiting on Banged up Secondary

Six Buccaneers defensive players appeared on the injury report and another six offensive players made the list due to injuries. Head coach Todd Bowles didn’t offer an overly promising outlook on those injuries.

“Everybody’s in play,” Bowles told reporters on Saturday. “Other than [Tristan] Wirfs, everybody else is in play.”

Wirfs sustained an ankle injury in Week 12 against the Cleveland Browns. Safeties Mike Edwards (hamstring) and Antoine Winfield Jr. (ankle), who didn’t practice for a third consecutive day, remain questionable for the Saints game, which Bowles clarified.

“Well, they’re not ruled out. We’re going to wait until [Monday], see if they can do something before the game, and we’ll make that decision at that time,” Bowles said.

Winfield Jr. back in the game and makes an immediate impact pic.twitter.com/ojXBqeCWFx

— Sports by Tampa Bay Times (@TBTimes_Sports) November 27, 2022

Both Edwards and Winfield have produced two of the better seasons for the Bucs defense thus far. Edwards has 64 tackles, a sack, three pass deflections, and two interceptions — including a pick six against the Saints in Week 2. Winfield has 51 tackles, an interception, three sacks, two pass deflections, and a forced fumble.

Cornerback Sean Murphy-Bunting (quad) was limited at practice for a third consecutive day. Bowles said Murphy-Bunting will be a game-time decision.

With potentially three defensive backs out who have played major snaps, the Bucs could get some help with safety Logan Ryan coming back from injured reserve this week. Ryan, who sustained a foot fracture in Week 4, practiced this week, but Bowles couldn’t confirm the plan for Ryan against the Saints.

“He had no setbacks, hopefully,” Bowles said. “He’s been working hard, doing a little more each day. We’ve just got to see how much he can do.”

“We’ll see how the week[end] progresses, if he were to go out there at all,” Bowles added. “If he goes out there, we’ll see how he feels at the time. I can’t make that decision right now.”

Ryan has 10 tackles, an interception, and two pass deflections this season.

Bucs Could Get Boost on Offense

Tampa Bay could get a little help on offense with players returning from injury or illness.

Tight end Cameron Brate practiced on Saturday after missing two practices due to illness. Brate has 16 catches for 137 yards in seven games played.

“He looked a little better. He was sick, so he looked a little better today,” Bowles said. “[We’ve] got to get some more fluids in him, see how he feels on [Monday].”

The Bucs could also have wide receiver Russell Gage (hamstring) back on the field against the Saints. Gage has 29 receptions for 231 yards and a touchdown this season.

Guards Luke Goedeke (foot) and Nick Leverett (shoulder) both practiced on Saturday. Leverett filled in for Goedeke during his injury.

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