An Erath County grand jury indicted 14 people Tuesday, including a man who allegedly threatened his girlfriend by pointing a gun at her.

Jeffrey Foster Barnett, 21, was indicted for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. The incident took place in April during the Larry Joe Taylor concert at Melody Mountain Ranch, District Attorney John Terrill said.

If convicted, Barnett faces two to 20 years in prison.

Vernon Ray Montgomery, 48, was also indicted Tuesday for an accident involving personal injury or death, a third-degree felony. Montgomery, who is also a registered sex offender, is accused of driving a dually pickup that ran over and killed David Jarma in February. If convicted, he faces a maximum of five years in prison, Terrill said.

Others indicted include:

Brandy Michelle Bragg, 20, indicted for burglary of a habitation, a second-degree felony. Pablo Lemus, 36, indicted for indecency with a child, a second-degree felony. Ramon Hernan Medina, 50, indicted for sexual assault, a second-degree felony. Dan Wesley Hughitt III, 32, indicted for theft ($1,500 or more but less than $20,000), a state jail felony. Amber Renee Beckett, indicted for fraudulent use or possession of identifying information, a state jail felony. Timmy Joe Keith, indicted for driving while intoxicated (3rd offense or more, enhanced), a second-degree felony. Kody Dean Kimmell, 25, indicted for unlawful possession of a firearm (enhanced), a second-degree felony. Debra Sue Sparks, 54, indicted for driving while intoxicated (3rd offense or more), a third-degree felony. Jimmy Don Brumbalow, 52, indicted for possession of a substance in penalty group 1 (less than one gram), a state jail felony. Timothy Joseph Mayhar, 24, indicted for possession of a substance in penalty group 1 (less than one gram), a state jail felony. Clayton Grover Stacks, 39, indicted for possession of a substance in penalty group 1 (less than one gram), a state jail felony. Cody Adolph Johnston, 31, indicted for possession of a substance in penalty group 1 (less than one gram), a state jail felony.

Sara Vanden Berge covers courts, law enforcement, and business and political issues for the Empire-Tribune. She can be reached at sara.vandenberge@empiretribune.com. Her work number is 968-2379, ext. 240.