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Winona man indicted in Gregg County murder

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LONGVIEW (KYTX) - A 22-year-old Winona man was indicted by a Gregg County grand jury this week for the Dec. 23 homicide of a Longview teen.

Alejandro Garcia is in the Gregg County Jail on $500,000, charged with killing 19-year-old Andres Chavez, whose body was found lying outside a car in the 1100 block of Sabine Street. An autopsy ordered by Gregg County Justice of the Peace Talyna Carlson indicated Garcia had skull fractures, lacerations and abrasions to the head and neck.

Grand jurors returned 43 indictments Feb. 26-27. Twenty-one indictments were sealed, because the defendants had not been arrested at the time of their indictments.

Also indicted, according to the Gregg County District Attorney's Office, are:

Anthony Christian Shane Lamb, 20, of Kilgore, assault against a public servant;

Roy Wolfe, Jr., 55, of Longview, possession of marijuana;

Corie Lamar Pierce, 26, of Longview, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon, and unlawful possession of metal or body armor by a felon;

Roy Lee Hall, 29, of Marshall, burglary of a habitation;

Sharlene Leslie Muir, 49, of Longview, aggravated robbery;

Denzel Dale Holand, 23, of Longview, unlawful possession of a firearm by a felon;

Anthony Millard, 27, of Laneville, sexual assault of a child;

Brandon Hitt, 22, of Longview, sexual assault of a child;

Hector Carrillo, 36, of Longview, assault/family violence-enhanced;

Joseph Lederle Seastrunk, 42, of Longview, injury to a child, and assault/family violence-enhanced;

Ebanie Nicole Shurme, 31, of Athens, theft-habitual;

Michael Dean Hopkins, 37, of Longview; organized retail theft between $1,500 and $20,000, and theft-habitual;

Christopher Hontz, 36, of Longview, theft-habitual;

Jeremy Wayne Porter, 43, of Longview, evading arrest or detention-habitual;

Eric Allen Renfro, 25, of Kilgore, evading arrest with a vehicle, and forgery;

Mashella Funtan Edwards, 51, of Longview, theft-habitual;

Willie Lee Taylor, Jr., 29, of Dallas, theft by check;

Johnny Jennings Lockwood, 21, of Carthage, burglary of a building;

Jessica Marie Fountain, 29, of Longview, credit card abuse;

Donald Johnson, 34, of Longview, possession of a controlled substance;

Brittany Paige Watson, 24, of Longview, possession of a controlled substance;

Braylon Christopher Webb, 43, of Longview, possession of a controlled substance;

Sheree Nicole Jolley, 30, of Longview, possession of a controlled substance; and,

Casey Lane Owens, 33, of Longview, driving while intoxicated.

 

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