Brown County Grand Jury Indicts Six Individuals on Serious Criminal Charges, Including Attempted Murder and Grand Theft

GEORGETOWN, Ohio — A Brown County grand jury has recently indicted six individuals on various criminal charges. Among them is Bruce Allen Haddix, a 52-year-old resident of Russellville, who is facing one count of attempted murder. He is accused of deliberately trying to cause the death of Cody Ryan Henderson. Court documents reveal that Haddix allegedly had a firearm in his possession at the time of the offense. The charge also specifies forfeiture of a weapon, a Kimber 9mm handgun.

In addition to the attempted murder charge, Haddix was indicted on January 5 on one count of felonious assault. The grand jury continued its investigations and on January 18, five more individuals were indicted on various criminal charges.

Zachary Keith Glass, a 30-year-old from Mt. Sterling, KY, faces one count of failure to comply with an order or signal of a police officer, one count of receiving stolen property, and two counts of grand theft of a motor vehicle.

Kenneth Heuser, 59, residing in Amelia, was indicted on one count of domestic violence and one count of strangulation.

Anthony Millard Mays, 36, of Sardinia, is facing a charge of domestic violence.

Joshua Rogers, 34, also from Sardinia, has been indicted on one count of strangulation and one count of domestic violence.

Lastly, Dennis Ray Irvin, 44, of Georgetown, has been indicted on one count of aggravated possession of drugs, specifically methamphetamine, a fifth-degree felony.

These indictments highlight the ongoing efforts of the Brown County grand jury to address cases of alleged criminal behavior. As the proceedings move forward, the accused individuals will have their day in court to answer to these charges.