This week, Bexar County Grand Jurors handed down 264 felony indictments.
Kenith Harden is charged with murder. The indictment alleges that on April 27, 2022, Harden intentionally and knowingly caused the death of Darion Dixon by shooting Dixon with a deadly weapon (firearm). The Criminal Trial Division is prosecuting this case in the 186th District Court. Murder is a first-degree felony punishable by 5 to 99 years or life in prison and a possible fine of up to $10,000.
Alysson Paredes, Adam Rangel and Frank Rangel are charged in separate indictments with concealing a human corpse. The indictments allege that on July 19, 2022, each defendant, knowing that an investigation was pending, to-wit: homicide investigation did intentionally and knowingly conceal a human corpse, with intent to impair its verity, legibility and availability as evidence in the investigation. The Criminal Trial Division is prosecuting these cases in the 144th District Court. Concealing a human corpse is a second-degree felony punishable by 2 to 20 years in prison and a possible fine of up to $10,000.
Salvatore Alfieri is charged with impersonating a public servant. The indictment alleges that on May 20, 2022, Alfieri impersonated a public servant, namely: a peace officer with intent to induce the complainant to submit to the pretended official authority of Alfieri or to rely on the pretended official acts of the Alfieri by identifying himself as a San Antonio Police Officer and stating he was there to investigate illegal activities in the home. The Criminal Trial Division is prosecuting this case in the 175th District Court. Impersonating a public servant is a third-degree felony punishable by two to 10 years in prison and a possible fine of up to $10,000.
Camran Sykes is charged with possession of a firearm on school premises. The indictment alleges that on June 2, 2022, Sykes intentionally, knowingly and recklessly carried on or about his person a weapon, namely: an illegal knife, to wit: a knife with a blade over five and one half inches, and that Sykes carried the weapon in a place that Sykes knew was within 300 feet of the premises of a school, to wit: Southwest High School. The Criminal Trial Division is prosecuting this case in the 399th District Court. Possession of a firearm on school premises is a third-degree felony punishable by two to 10 years in prison and a possible fine of up to $10,000.
An indictment is not a finding of guilt. A person charged by indictment is presumed innocent until found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt by a jury or a judge. Because these and potentially other cases are either pending or may be under investigation, we can make no further comment on them.
Copies of indictments may be requested from the Bexar County District Clerk. Information on court settings can be found by searching the case online or directly from the court.