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News : Associate Division Grundy County Circuit Court Hears Cases
Posted by Randy on 2013/10/24 10:41:16 (809 reads) News by the same author

A variety of cases were recently heard in the Associate Division Of Grundy County Circuit Court.

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27 year old Patrick Graves and his 22 year old wife, Kimberly Miller Graves of the rural Trenton-Spickard area, waived preliminary hearings and were bound over to to Division 1 of Grundy County Circuit Court on charges accusing each person with 5 counts of
receiving stolen property in early August. The charges said the property was owned by
Mildred, Harold, and Bradley Perry; Manuel Quintana; Shelly and Jackson Anderson; Frank Golden; and Terry Hudson. Most of the items listed in the charges involved tools, and household and miscellaneous items. Firearms also were among the items owned by Quintana.

Also in Associate Division of Grundy County Circuit Court,

32 year old Carson Symmonds of Chillicothe waived a preliminary hearing and was bound over to Division 1 of Grundy County Circuit Court on a charge accusing him with 2 counts of conspiracy to commit burglary and 2 counts of receiving stolen property.

Symmons is accused of agreeing with Stephanie Rodriquez and Moses Miranda on September 17th that one or more of them would unlawfully enter structures at 1177 Northeast Garnett Lane near Galt and 33 Northeast Highway N. The charge also said 1 or more of them entered the premises and committed stealing while armed with a deadly weapon.

Symmonds is accused of receiving stolen property owned by Delbert and Martha
Jackson and Josh and Jill Eaton. The charges say the Jackson property included handguns, a men's wedding band, a watch, a class ring, and a camera. The charges say the Eaton property included a pistol, a laptop, a gold chain, rings, and a camera.

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