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Grand Jury returns indictments against 18

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Charges range from drug trafficking to burglary

By The Staff

 

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A Taylor County Grand Jury recently handed down indictments against 18 individuals with charges ranging from burglary to assault to drug trafficking.

The indictments were released on Tuesday, and the following individuals were indicted:

·      Jeremiah Johnson, 45, of Sandersville Road in Lexington, on a charge of second-degree robbery, a Class C felony. Johnson was charged in relation to an attempted robbery at Taylor County Bank in September, where he attempted to rob the Green River Plaza branch by passing a threatening note through the canister at the bank’s drive-thru, according to a Campbellsville Police report. Bond was set at $50,000 cash.

·      Coty B. Bray, 26, of Wethington Court in Campbellsville, on charges of first-degree assault (a Class B felony) and second-degree assault (a Class C felony). The charges stem from an incident on Sept. 8 in which Bray is accused of assaulting Ike Underwood with a baseball bat on Ray Court, according to a Campbellsville Police report. Bond was set at $10,000 full cash. He is to have no contact with the complaining witness.

·      Davie S. Hooper, 37, of Wethington Court in Campbellsville, on charges of first-degree assault (a Class B felony) and second-degree assault (a Class C felony). The charges stem from an incident on Sept. 8 in which Bray is accused of assaulting Ike Underwood with a baseball bat on Ray Court, according to a Campbellsville Police report. Bond was set at $10,000 full cash. He is to have no contact with the complaining witness.

·      Gregory S. Lyons, 41, of Quisenberry Lane in Campbellsville, on charges of possession of cocaine (a Class D felony) and possession of marijuana. Bond was set at $1,000 full cash. He is to have no use of drugs or alcohol and no further violations.

·      Austyn D. Thornton, 18, of Columbia Court in Campbellsville, on two charges of first-degree wanton endangerment (a Class D felony), trafficking in a controlled substance third degree (Class D felony), buy/possess drug paraphernalia, and possession of marijuana. Bond was set at $1,000 full cash. He is to have no violations of the law and no use of drugs or alcohol.

·      David I. Cundiff, 35, of College Street in Buffalo, on charges of third-degree burglary (a Class D felony) and receiving stolen property under $500. Bond was set at $2,500 cash. He is to have no contact with the victim.

·      Bronte Karr, 26, of North Columbia Avenue, on a charge of shoplifting $500 or more but under $10,000 (a Class D felony). Bond was set at $2,000 full cash. She is to have no contact with the complaining witness, no further violations of the law, and no use of drugs or alcohol.

·      Anita M. Stone, 42, of Anna Court in Campbellsville, on charges of third-degree burglary and shoplifting more than $500 or more but less than $10,000, both Class D felonies. Bond was set at $5,000 full cash. She is to have no violations of the law and no use of drugs or alcohol.

·      Brittany N. Cowan, 21, of Broadline Drive in Campbellsville, on a charge of shoplifting $500 or more but less than $10,000. Bond set at $2,500 full cash. She is to have no contact with the complaining witness, no use of drugs or alcohol, and no further violations of the law.

·      Joshua T. Garrett, 31, of Eggers Street in Campbellsville, on charges of third-degree burglary (a Class D felony), theft by unlawful taking or disposition under $500, and being a persistent felony offender second degree. Bond was set at $30,000 full cash. He is to have no contact with the victim.

·      Tracy M. Yocom, 31, on charges of possession of methamphetamine and promoting contraband first degree, both Class D felonies, as well as being a persistent felony offender-first degree. Bond was set at $5,000 full cash. She is to have no violations of the law and no use of drugs or alcohol.

·      Jason B. Morgan, 27, of Elkhorn Road in Campbellsville, on charges of unlawful imprisonment-first degree (a Class D felony), violation of a Kentucky E.P.O/D.V.O, and being a persistent felony offender. The charges stem from an incident on June 28, according to the indictment. Bond was set at $7,000 cash.

·      Jennifer L. Hicks, 28, of Speck Ridge Road in Elkhorn on charges of third-degree burglary (a Class D felony) and theft by unlawful taking or disposition less than $500. Bond was set at $10,000 cash. She is to have no contact with the victim.

·      Patrick S. Gabehart, 29, of Cardinal Lane in Campbellsville, on a charge of receiving stolen property less than $10,000. Bond was set at $10,000. He is to have no contact with the victim.

·      Todd J. Brown, 34, of Purcells Court in Campbellsville, on charges of second-degree burglary (a Class C felony) and being a persistent felony offender, first degree. The charges stem from an incident on Oct. 16., according to the indictment. Bond was set at $10,000 full cash. He is to have no contact with the complaining witness, no further violations of the law, and no use of drugs or alcohol.

·      Wesley Brown, 36, of Purcells Court in Campbellsville, on a charge of second-degree burglary (a Class C felony). The charge stems from an incident on Oct. 16. Bond was set at $2,000 full cash. He is to have no use of drugs or alcohol, no further violations of the law, and no contact with complaining witness.

·      Leon Lasley, 44, of Handley Avenue in Campbellsville, on charges of knowingly exploiting an adult resulting in more than $300 in financial or other resources (a Class C felony) and being a persistent felony offender-first degree. Bond was set at $10,000 full cash. He is to have no contact with the complaining witness.

·      Rhonda Dickens, 49, of Melrose Drive in Campbellsvile, on charges of knowingly exploiting an adult resulting in more than $300 in financial or other resources (a Class C felony) and being a persistent felony offender-first degree. Bond was set at $15,000 cash.

• An indictment is a legal accusation. It does not imply guilt.