83rd District Attorney Rod Ponton tells Big 2 that a grand jury returned 23 indictments in Alpine on January 10th.
Some of those indicted were allegedly involved in crimes that received extra attention.
Ilana Lipsen and Rosa Lipsen were each indicted on 2 counts of selling of illegal synthetic substance.
Ilana Lipsen, 27, and her mother -- Rosa Lipsen, 55 -- were arrested on November 8, 2012 and accused of selling synthetic marijuana at the Purple Zone (in the 500 block of East Avenue E) in Alpine.
The arrests came after a 7 month investigation into the Purple Zone.
Kellie Powell was also indicted on 3 counts of tampering with government documents.
Powell -- the former director and training coordinator of the Sul Ross Law Enforcement Academy -- is accused of giving students answers to the Texas licensing exam.
Powell resigned from the academy before the charges came to light.
Jennifer Ramos was also indicted on charges of theft over $20,000.
Ramos allegedly stole $50,000 from coaches travel funds at Sul Ross State University.
Nicholasa Corrine Haas was also indicted on 2 theft charges.
Haas, 33, was arrested on November 7th.
Haas is accused of stealing more than $1,500 and cookie dough from the Big Bend Youth Soccer Association.
Haas was also arrested on August 19th for allegedly stealing from the Alpine Elementary Parent Teacher Association.
Ponton also tells Big 2 that former Brewster County jailer Derek Jerome Thompson was indicted on 1 count of improper sexual contact with a person in custody.
Thompson is accused of fondling an inmate's breast at the Brewster County jail
No trial dates have been announced for any of these cases.