MADISON —Boone County Circuit court recently released grand jury indictments for January 2016.

Indictments are merely accusations, and any accused person accused of a crime should be presumed innocent until they are proven guilty.

Thomas Allen Bowman was indicted on a felony charge of taking and concealing a child and a misdemeanor charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

If he is found guilty, Bowman could for forced to spend between two and 11 years in a state correctional facility and a face a fine of up to $500.

An indictment for Timothy Brown was handed down on two felony counts of possession of a with intent to deliver a schedule four controlled substance and delivery of a controlled substance of a schedule two controlled substance.

If Brown is found guilty, he could be sentenced to spend two to 18 years in a state correctional facility and pay up to $35,000 in fines.

Lee Hizer and Heather Dawn Bennett were both indicted on felony counts of possession of a schedule one controlled substance with intent to deliver and conspiracy.

If Hizer and Bennett are found guilty on both charges, they could be forced to spend between two to 20 years in a state correctional facility and pay $35,000 in fines.

Corey Bradford Mitchell Carr was indicted on three felony counts including two counts of first degree sexual assault and assault during commission of a felony.

Carr is also charged with a misdemeanor count of domestic battery.

If he is found guilty on all charges, Carr could be forced to spend between 23 and 31 years in a state correctional facility and pay 21,500 in fines.

James Chapman was indicted on a felony count of daytime burglary and two misdemeanor counts of battery.

If Chapman is found guilty on all charges, he could be forced to spend between two and 12 years in a state correctional facility and pay $1,000 in fines.

David Nicholas Green and James Kelley were each indicted on felony counts of daytime burglary, grand larceny, transferring stolen property and conspiracy.

If Green and Nichols are found guilty on all charges, they could be forced to spend between four to 35 years in a state correctional facility and pay up to $15,000 in fines.

Michael Terry Cline and Crystal Michelle Wells were each indicted on felony counts of daytime burglary, grand larceny and conspiracy.

If they are found guilt all charges, Cline and Wells could be forced to spend between three and 25 years in a state correctional facility and pay up to $12,000 in fines.

Both Roy Brandon Cooper and Ashley Nichole Caudill were indicted on felony counts of breaking and entering and conspiracy and a misdemeanor count of petit larceny.

If they are found guilty on all counts, Cooper and Caudill could be forced to spend three to 16 years in a state correctional facility and pay $12,500 in fines.

Dale Turner was indicted on a felony count of third-offense DUI and a misdemeanor count of domestic battery.

If he is found guilty, Turner could be forced to spend between three and six years in a state correctional facility and pay $6,000 in fines.

Scotty Lee Scalf was indicted a felony charge of being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm.

If he is found guilty, Scalf could be forced to spend five years in a state correctional facility and pay $5,000 in fines.

David Allen Kirby was indicted on a felony count of child abuse resulting in injury and two misdemeanor counts of domestic battery.

If Kirby is found guilty on all counts, he could be forced to spend between two and seven years in a state correctional facility and pay $2,000 in fines.

Troy Allen Dotson was indicted on a felony counts of second degree sexual assault, assault during the commission of a felony and third-offense domestic battery.

If Dotson is found guilty, he could be forced to spend between 13 and 40 years in a state correctional facility and pay $13,500 in fines.

Shannon Marie Cain and Carrie Marie Dolin were each indicted on felony counts of breaking and entering, conspiracy and grand larceny.

If they are found guilty on all charges, Cain and Dolin could be forced to spend between three and 25 years in a state correctional facility and pay $12,500 in fines.

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