A man who ran over a woman with a car and another man accused in a Cook Street shooting were among those indicted by a Panola County grand jury in January, the Panola County District Clerk’s Office said.

In total, there were four aggravated assault indictments and 25 other unsealed indictments in the January term.

Ezell Washington, of DeBerry, was indicted on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The Sheriff’s Office received a 911 call Tuesday, Oct. 6 from a woman saying she was run over by a vehicle in the DeBerry area, Panola County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Jeff Ivy said at the time of Washington’s arrest.

The woman was found on the roadway on County Road 3202 a short time later, and deputies saw multiple injuries including various cuts and abrasions on her arms, legs, and face and possible other injuries to her neck and back. She was taken to a nearby hospital by Life Air to be treated, Ivy said.

Investigators developed a suspect and later obtained a warrant, Ivy said, and Washington was arrested Thursday Oct. 15.

Cleveland Obrian King, of Carthage, is accused of shooting a man on Oct. 18 and indicted on an aggravated assault with a deadly weapon charge.

Carthage Chief of Police Blake Smith said at the time of King’s arrest that the Carthage Police Department received a call about gunshots in the 400 block of Cook Street at 9:19 p.m. Sunday Oct. 18, and then received another call about a gunshot victim in route to UT Health Carthage for treatment.

Officers responded to Cook Street and UT Health Carthage to investigate, Smith said, and found the scene of the shooting on Cook Street and the victim at UT Health.

The victim sustained life-threatening permanent injury from the event caused by a gunshot wound to the neck area, Smith said.

Detectives identified Cleveland King as a suspect and issued a warrant for him for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon felony two, Smith said, and King turned himself in under the advice of his attorney.

Glen Wesley Begley, of Carthage, was indicted on a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. His indictment alleges he threatened a man with a butcher knife on Oct. 23.

Casey Shane Malone, of Carthage, was indicted on a charge of aggravated assault of a date/family/household member and assault of a family/household member impeding breath/circulation. Malone’s aggravated assault indictment alleges on Oct. 25, he stabbed a member of his family with a knife.

Other Indictments

The Panola County District Clerk’s office also released the following list of indictments:

  • Brandy Renea Bridges, of Carthage, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring less than one gram, stemming from a June 1 incident
  • Ronald William Eason III, of Gary, for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, stemming from a May 24 incident
  • Reno Tyler Nale, of Carthage, on three counts of burglary of a building, stemming from Oct. 14 incidents
  • Jody Wayne Hudson,, of Carthage, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring less than one gram, stemming from a May 17 incident, and for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring between four and 200 grams, stemming from a Feb. 5 incident
  • Kara Elizabeth Clark, of Carthage, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring less than one gram, stemming from a March 3 incident
  • Larry Pipkin Jr., of Carthage, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring less than one gram, stemming from a March 3 incident
  • Bradley Lee Clakley, of Carthage, for injury to a child/elderly person/disabled person with intentional bodily injury, stemming from a June 30 incident
  • Robert Lee Bandy, of Carthage, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring less than one gram, stemming from a July 7 incident
  • Timothy Fleming Clay, of DeBerry, for theft of firearm, stemming from a March 26 incident
  • Shaqira Lasha Williams, city unknown, for evading arrest/detention with a vehicle, stemming from a Nov. 13 incident
  • Phillipe Oneal Falcon, of Joaquin, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring less than one gram, stemming from an April 21 incident
  • Sebastian Sixx Douglas, of Carthage, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring less than one gram, stemming from a July 12 incident
  • Dusty Joe Coleman, of Beckville, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring less than one gram, stemming from an April 1 incident
  • Wesley Issiac Jenkins, of Gary, for unlawful possession of a firearm, stemming from an Oct. 29 incident
  • Roy Lynn Smith, Lufkin, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring between four and 200 grams, stemming from a May 28 incident
  • Nathan Scott Hughes, of Carthage, for burglary of habitation, stemming from a Nov. 2 incident
  • Charles Herman Schmitzer Sr., of Lufkin, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring less than one gram, stemming from a May 22 incident
  • Steffany Ann Aiken, of Overton, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring less than one gram, stemming from a Feb. 17 incident
  • Austin Javon Yarbrough, of Timpson, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring between one and four grams, stemming from a Feb. 17 incident
  • Derrick Razarian Harrison, of Beckville, for unauthorized use of vehicle, stemming from an Oct. 8 incident
  • Jeffery Lynn Allison Jr., of DeBerry, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring between one and four grams, stemming from a May 17 incident
  • James Allen Watson, of Carthage, for unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, stemming from a July 12 incident
  • Shawn Lee Davis, of Waskom, for unauthorized use of a vehicle, stemming from an Oct. 18 incident
  • Emily April Morgan, of Anderson, South Carolina, for possession of a controlled substance in penalty group one measuring between four and 200 grams, stemming from a March 26 incident

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Carthage native Meredith Shamburger has worked for the Panola Watchman since 2018. Before that, she worked at sister papers in Longview and Marshall; the Dallas Morning News; and The Daily Voice, a hyperlocal news company in Westchester County, New York.