Judge orders OR bonds during grand jury arraignments

GREENNVILLE – Four defendants appeared for Monday’s grand jury arraignments in the Darke County Common Pleas Court.

Gary Williams, III, who was indicted on a sole count on Aggravated Possession of Drugs (F5), was given an own recognizance (OR) bond and schedule to appear again in January. He faces up to 12 months behind bars for the charge.

Stoney Dynes, could face up to eight months in prison after being indicted on one count of Felonious Assault (F2). He too was granted an OR bond by Judge Jonathan P. Hein and the case is set for a status conference in January.

A Franklin County woman, Jordyn Cook was also granted an OR bond after being indicted on two felony drug counts, Possession of a Schedule II Controlled Substance and Possession of LSD, both felonies of the fifth degree. She face up to two years if found guilty as charged in the case.

Lowell Bowers, who was convicted in 2015 for a rash of vehicle arson fires in Greenville, found himself back in court Monday. Bowers faces new felony charges, this time indicted on seven counts of Forgery (F5). He was granted an OR bond. The combined charges carry a maximum of seven years behind bars.

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