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  Originally Published on: 11/22/2005

The Richland County Prosecutor's Office on Monday unsealed indictments from the November session of the Richland County Grand Jury. Among those indicted are Danielle Carter, 40, of Mansfield. Carter is charged with a fifth degree felony count of theft and four counts of unauthorized use of telecommunications services. The prosecutor's office says between December 2004 and June 2005, Carter allegedly purchased Nextel cell phones under an account for the city of Mansfield Neighborhood Youth Corps without the city's approval. Carter used the phones for her own personal use and racked up more than $3,000 in services. If convicted of the charges, Carter faces a maximum of fives years in prison. Also indicted was Robert Lee Taylor, 41, of Mansfield. Taylor is charged with a first degree felony count for aggravated robbery and a second degree felony count for robbery. Taylor is accused of robbing the Lexington Avenue Dairy Mart on September 29 of this year. Taylor allegedly threatened to shoot the clerk, but a weapon was never recovered. If convicted of the charges, Taylor faces a maximum of 18 years in prison and $35,000 in fines. Also indicted was Tracy Clagg, 33, of Mansfield on 20 counts of rape for allegedly having sex with two girls under the age of 13. The alleged incidents occurred from June 2003 to May 2005. Each count is a first degree felony that carries a 10 year prison sentence. If Clagg is convicted of all charges, he faces up to 200 years in prison.
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