Meeting last week, a Mecklenburg Grand Jury has handed down indictments on a variety of recent crimes around the area.

Marquett Krishum Robinson, 36, has been indicted on charges of possession of a controlled substance listed in Schedule I or II, cocaine, with intent to distribute. Robinson was also indicted for possession of a firearm while in possession of a controlled substance. The charges stem from an arrest in the South Hill area on January 10.

David Lee Williams, Jr., 35, was also indicted for possession of a controlled substance under schedule I or II, cocaine and another charge of possession of a firearm while in possession of a controlled substance. The charges are the result of an arrest on May 6.

Jeremy Antonie Fletcher, 29, has been indicted for the May 29, breaking and entering into the home of Ashlyn Chatham. Fletched was also indicted for feloniously shooting at or discharging a firearm with an occupied building

Christina Michelle Jones, 29, was indicted last week on charges of embezzling or stealing property valued at lass

then $500 belonging to Megan Ann Godfrey and/or JAS Enterprises, LLC after having been convicted on two or more other occasions of larceny or substantially similar offenses. The charges stem from an incident on June 3.

Dennise Christine McCoy, 25, was indicted last week on charges of causing bodily injury by choking Sarah Zimmerman on June 2.

Jonathan B. Walker, 34, will face charges of possession or transport of a firearm after having previously been con- victed of a felony within the prior 10 years. The charges stem from an incident in the South Hill area on May 20.

Alicia Byne West, 63, has been indicted for possession of a controlled substance listed in schedule I or II, heroin. The charge is related to a January 4, arrest.

Callie Hall Elliott, 32, was indicted last week on two charges of possession of a controlled substance listed in schedule I or II, methamphetamine.

Michael David Chambers, 32, has been indicted for the theft of property valued at $500 or more from Robert Steven Huffman. The charges stem from an incident on May 27.

Edward Marcellus Jones, 50, was indicted last week for possession or transport of a firearm after having been previously convicted of a non-violent felony more than ten years ago.

Daijon Trave Wilson, 22, has been indicted for a break-in at the home of Cedrick Fonzia Patterson and Jamika Davis to commit larceny or a felony on June 8.

Tyrone Rondell Fisher 1 20 78 will face charges of conspiring to manufacture, sell or distribute a controlled substance listed in Schedule I or Schedule II following an investigation by the Southside Drug and Gang Task Force in March.