SEVIERVILLE — A man accused of the murder of a Gatlinburg woman earlier this year is now facing new charges after a Sevier County grand jury returned an indictment on him for an incident in 2020.

Jonathan Seth Stalcup, 39, is already facing murder charges for the death of Carolyn Ann Bartles in February, and he is now facing charges including prohibited weapon, reckless endangerment, evading arrest, driving on a revoked license, financial responsibility and light law related to a June 12, 2020 traffic stop.

Court records indicate Stalcup was stopped at the Waffle House in Seymour due to non-functioning tail lights when officers learned of several outstanding warrants for Stalcup. When they attempted to detain him, he forced his door closed and began to drive off, and the deputy let go of the door in fear of his life. Stalcup also almost hit another deputy’s cruiser while fleeing the scene, according to the court documents.

A grand jury is a panel of randomly selected county residents who meet in confidential sessions to determine whether there is enough evidence to proceed with a criminal trial against an accused party. The grand jury does not determine guilt or innocence.

If it finds there is not enough evidence to send a case on for trial, it returns no true bill. If it finds there’s probable cause for a trial, it returns an indictment.

The panel returned the following decisions this month:

No True Bill

• Benjamin Malone — tampering with evidence, possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to use a turn signal, failure to maintain traffic lane and violation of financial responsibility

• Anthony Wood — indecent exposure

• Anthony Wood — dogs at large

• Jimmy Lee Galyon — two counts of domestic assault and public intoxication

INDICTMENTS

• Casey Aaron Allen — driving while license revoked

• Trevon Marquis Allen — aggravated robbery

• Santiago Emanuel Amador-Ferrera — driving while license revoked due to conviction of DUI, financial responsibility law

• Richard Anthony Angel — prevent/obstruct service of legal process, evading arrest, vandalism between $1,000 and $2,500

• Candra Layne Baker — assault, domestic assault

• Stephanie Elizabeth Ball — financial responsibility law, driving while license revoked

• David Dewayne Bell — public intoxication

• David Dewayne Bell — public intoxication, vandalism up to $1,000

• Lawrence Walter Bowden — driving while license revoked, seat belt -18 and older

• Jason J. Brandenburg — five counts of aggravated assault

• Billy Joe Breeden — domestic assault

• Billy Joe Breeden — theft up to $1,000

• Gabriel Dean Breeden — driving while license revoked due to conviction of DUI

• Lanty Joe Bryant — contraband into a penal facility, possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia, possession of meth

• Monica C. Chadwell — unlawful possession without prescription, simple possession

• Terrance Shawn Derrick — DUI

• Wesley Blake Durham — DUI, implied consent

• Joseph Junior Green — two counts of felony custodial interference

• Rebecca Jean Green — two counts of felony custodial interference

• Elizabeth Pearl Jean Hatcher — possession of meth, criminal simulation

• Elizabeth Pearl Jean Hatcher — public intoxication, two counts of simple possession

• Nathan Rupert Holmes — public intoxication, possession of meth and contraband in a penal facility

• Andrew Ryan Houser — light law, driving while license revoked due to conviction of DUI

• Julie Alison Huskey — DUI, implied consent

• Jeffery Eugene Johnson — violation of an order of protection/restraining order

• Christopher Michael Key — possession of handgun while under influence, DUI, implied consent

• Summer Rayan Lawson — vandalism

• Kayla Leora McComas — forgery

• Jason Ray McKeel — domestic assault

• Jason Ray McKeel — violation of an order of protection/restraining order

• Thomas A. Moody — aggravated assault, aggravated kidnapping, kidnapping, interference with emergency calls, violation of an order of protection/restraining order, aggravated assault, especially aggravated kidnapping and domestic assault

• David Wayne Parker — DUI, implied consent

• Ryan Scott Parker — evading arrest, DUI, resisting arrest, implied consent

• James Kenneth Parton — driving while license suspended

• Steven Glenn Parton — possession of meth

• Amber LeAnn Pollard — two counts possession of meth

• Jacob Eli Andrew Reppert — two counts simple possession

• Coral M. Riopelle — possession of meth, possession drug paraphernalia, simple possession

• Coral M. Riopelle — two counts of simple possession, light law, possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to appear, possession of meth

• Brian Alan Russell — simple possession, implied consent, light law, open container, DUI

• Laevaugh Denise Samuels — two counts of child abuse/neglect/endangerment of a child 8 years old or less, prevent/obstruct service of legal process, false report, simple possession

• Rebecca Lorine Shular — aggravated burglary, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, aggravated assault, employ a firearm with the intent to go armed-dangerous felony, attempted first degree murder

• Timothy Roy Hugh Shular — financial responsibility law, driving while license revoked due to conviction to DUI

• Brittany Lauren Spurgeon — possession of a firearm with intent to go armed-dangerous felony, simple possession, possession of meth, theft up to $1,000

• Jonathan Seth Stalcup — two counts prohibited weapon-switchblade, knuckles,other, two counts of reckless endangerment, evading arrest, driving while license revoked, financial responsibility law, light law

• Jayson Scott Stewart — domestic assault

• Amanda L. Vance — two counts simple possession, possession of meth, financial responsibility law, possession of drug paraphernalia

• Charles Preston Venator — simple possession, DUI

• Charles Preston Venator — theft up to $1,000

• Charles Preston Venator — drivers to exercise due care

• Jerry Luke Whaley — false report, domestic assault

• Tyler Lee Williams — solicitation of a minor

• Ashley L. Workman — theft up to $1,000

• Billy D. Worthington — DUI, speeding

• Cynthia Swafford Zegilla — theft up to $1,000, four counts of aggravated burglary, vandalism up to $1,000, two counts of attempted aggravated burglary, two counts of theft of property between $10,000 to $60,000, theft of property between $2,5000 and $10,000

• Anthony Earl Zennie — driving while license suspended