Three Lubbock County men could soon be headed to trial on various charges.
An elderly Lubbock man was indicted Tuesday for aggravated sexual assault of a child.
Police say 76-year-old Cecil Conn assaulted a young girl continuously over a four-year period.
He remains behind bars Tuesday night.
A grand jury also found enough evidence to send 22-year-old Charles Timms to trial for last month's bar brawl in South Lubbock.
He's charged with assault on a public servant.
Police say Timms was refused service at Buffalo Wild Wings near 82nd and University because he was intoxicated and aggressive.
Management called 911, and when the responding officer tried to arrest him, police say Timms fought back.
The officer was treated for minor injuries.
Timms has since bonded out of jail.
The Idalou man who ran from an officer in January, leading to a SWAT callout and a lockdown at a nearby school was also indicted on Tuesday.
30-year-old Kody Laurent faces several charges, including possession of a controlled substance, identity theft and theft.
It started at the Thriftway Supermarket near the Idalou School District when an officer says he tried to help Laurent, whose motorcycle appeared to be broken down.
That's when police say Laurent ran into the store and later out the back door.
Police say the motorcycle turned out to be stolen.
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