The Loudoun County Grand Jury indicted 61 people in July, including six defendants charged with crimes against children or sexual assault. The grand jury will meet again Aug. 11.
Some of the noteworthy indictments included:
* Christopher Scott Chamblin of Harper's Ferry, W.Va. was indicted on eight felony charges of obtaining property by false pretense and eight charges of uttering. A jury trial is set for Nov. 13.
* Lawrence Og Davis of Leesburg was indicted for carnal knowledge stemming from a Sept. 1, 2013, incident. He's scheduled to plead guilty Dec. 12.
* John Land Ishee of Sterling was indicted on three counts of possession of child pornography. He's scheduled to plead guilty on Dec. 8.
* Adam Robert James of Leesburg was indicted on three counts of felony obtaining money by false pretense stemming from an April 5 incident. He will plead guilty Sept. 22, according to court records.
* Lino Enrique Jarquin of Sterling was indicted on four counts of aggravated sexual battery and one count of kissing a child for a Jan. 1, 2009, incident. He's also facing charges of abduction, cruelty and injuries to children and assault and battery of a family member for an April 20 incident.
* Maxwell James Leming of Leesburg was indicted for distributing heroin and distributing an imitation controlled substance following a Feb. 5 incident.
* Andy Rubio Flores Montejo of Sterling was indicted on two counts of aggravated sexual battery on a victim under age 13 stemming from an April 3 incident. He's scheduled to plead guilty Sept. 22.
* Lindsey Barbara Ralda of Leesburg was indicted on threatening a school – written or electronic, destroying public property, gang recruitment and assault and battery after a March 18 incident.
* Hugo Avalos Sanchez of Leesburg was indicted on three counts of aggravated sexual battery and one count of sodomy after a May 8 incident. He's scheduled for a jury trial Oct. 30-31.
* Khawaja Shaukat Iqbal Vohra
, 64, of Ashburn was indicted on three misdemeanor counts of sexual battery and two counts of indecent liberties – child by custodian. The owner of AALI Fastrack Driving School, deputies said he sexually abused students in his care. He faces a jury trial Feb. 2-4, 2015.
* Robert Movell Wells of Ashburn was indicted for cruelty and injuries to children following a Nov. 1 incident. A jury trial is set for Jan. 15.