The June session of the Brown County Grand Jury returned an escape indictment against Mark Edward Rhoads, who is accused of walking away from the Brown County Jail while working as an outside trusty on June 7.
Rhoads, 44, was indicted as a repeat and habitual offender, 35th District Court records state.
Rhoads was jailed on burglary and larceny charges when he walked away after taking out trash and taking down the flags at the front of the Law Enforcement Center, sheriff’s officials have said.
He was captured three days later in Oklahoma after a relative told sheriff’s deputies there that Rhoads had contacted her and asked her for help.
Also indicted were the following:
Bobby Joe Caraway, engaging in organized criminal activity - assault.
Victor Cerda Contreras, driving while intoxicated.
Christopher Chad Johnson, possession of a controlled substance.
Michael Eugene Hamilton, assault family violence - enhanced repeat offender/habitual offender.
Joseph Carroll Coleman, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver/drug free zone.
Ronnie Cervantes Lara, evading arrest.
Cody Ray Vuittonet, burglary of a habitation.
Taryn Leigh Edmonson, driving while intoxicated with child passenger (two counts).
Pablo Celedon II, possession of a controlled substance.
Hiram Clovis Shipp, deadly conduct.
Demory Arddell Wilson, places weapons prohibited.
Mark Bamburg, theft over $1,500 under $20,000 - aggregated.