Grayson County District Attorney Joe Brown selected a new grand jury this week and that grand jury returned a number of indictments. The grand jurors selected will serve for the next six months and will meet approximately twice a month to consider cases presented by local law enforcement.

The indictments are formal charges and are not an indication of guilt. The following people were indicted this week:

Rustin Bridges, 38, of Sherman — violating a protective order twice within 12 months, and stalking;

Andrea Black, 44, of Durant, Oklahoma — failure to appear;

Lanai Jackson, 31, of Watauga — failure to appear;

Richard Roberts, 50, of Sherman — prohibited substance in a correctional facility;

Nina Milner, 45, of Sadler — injury to a child, elderly or disabled person with bodily injury;

Devon Hathaway, 33, of Denison — theft of property more than $2,500 but under $30,000;

Jesse Hill, 21, of Howe — burglary of a habitation;

Tyler Kinney, 27, of Sherman — assault of a public servant;

Kelly Davis, 40, of Whitesboro — possession of a controlled substance methadone and abandon or endanger a child criminal negligence;

Matthew Tice, 34, of Gordonville — possession of a controlled substance (heroin);

William Glen Biggers II, 33, of Denison — possession of a controlled substance (cocaine);

Craig Alexander, 35, of Denison — possession of a controlled substance (meth);

Timothy Mathis, 48, of Denison — unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon and possession of a controlled substance (meth);

Crystal Sedam, 32, of Mead, Oklahoma — organized retail theft;

Robert Lee Ort II, 48, of Howe — two counts of sex offender duty to register;

Kevin McGeeney, 48, of Durant, Oklahoma — possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver (meth);

Arthur Dixon, 47, of Sherman — forgery;

Jeffrey Robichaud, 49, of Sherman — forgery;

Tiffany Dixon, 42, of Sherman — forgery;

Barbara Sheren, 46, of Sherman — theft of property with previous convictions;

Brittany Reeves, 25, of Sherman — abandon and endanger a child criminal neglect.