It was their first session since being named to the deliberative body earlier this month by District Judge Joel Johnson.
Jurors indicted Kenneth Ray DeLosSantos on a charge of tampering with physical evidence.
The charge is a third degree felony. If convicted, the defendant faces a prison term of up to 10 years and a $10,000 fine.
A Beeville Police Department officer alleged that DeLosSantos concealed marijuana during an investigation on Feb. 10.
Bond was $1,500.
The only other defendant indicted last week was Kristian Michael Campos on a charge of possession of a controlled substance in a correctional facility.
The offense is a third degree felony.
According to a BPD investigator, Campos had Gabapentin in his possession.
The prescription drug is used to treat neuropathic pain.
The suspect’s bond was $2,000.
Johnson set bonds on the defendants after the indictments were returned.
According to personnel in the district clerk’s office, three of the five cases brought to the grand jury resulted in no bills.