The Lubbock County Grand Jury issued several indictments Tuesday.
Nicholas Sharp, 24, a home robbery suspect accused of forcing a standoff with police in June, was formally charged with aggravated robbery. He is suspected of climbing through the window of a home near 95th Street and Chicago on June 23 then robbing the victim at gunpoint.
LPD officers located Sharp on June 26 at the Coronado Inn near the Interstate. LPD reports he barricaded himself in a room, but eventually surrendered without incident.
Paula Monceaux, 46, involved in a standoff in Wolfforth in May, was indicted on an aggravated assault charge.
Officers report Monceaux fired shots out her front door at a friend, who told police he was trying to check on her. The victim was not seriously injured. Wolfforth PD called out the Lubbock County Tactical Operations team and evacuated neighbors for safety. Officers report were eventually able to convince the suspect to come out of her home and surrender.
A driver involved in a fatal crash last year was also indicted.
Joseph Sneed, 33, faces a manslaughter charge. His bond is set at $10,000.
Police report Sneed's car struck a concrete wall and fence on 98th Street near Knoxville in March 2014. A passenger, Eduviges Armando Payan, 28, was killed.
Sneed and another passenger were injured.