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00'Bath County News-Outlook Your Hometown Newsp_00er t;, C()URT NEWS I JURY IContinued from Page 11 trol of 5400 John Deere farm ,tractor belonging to George  and Dewayne Purvis, valued over $300. 2. Committed the .offence of Criminal Mischief, Third Degree when he having no right to do so intentionally , defaced, destroyed, or dam- ,* aged any property, to-wit: The ,:. Defendant damaged a barn :belonging to George Purvis when he was taking a 5400 ., John Deere farm tractor, dam- ages estimated at $235.00. 3. Committed the offence of be- ing a Persistent Felony Of- fender, Second-Degree, when now being more than 21 years of age, date of birth Febru- ary 23, 1970, and at the time of the prior offence was over the age of eighteen (18) years, he: (A) On or about December 16, 2005, he entered a plea of guilty to Indictment No. 05- CR-00177 in the Franklin Cir- cuit Court charging him with Burglary 2nd Degree and was on sentenced to a period : of Five (5) years on February 22, 2006, and, 03) The Grand Jury further charges that the " sentence received under (A) of this Indictment was within five years of the commission of the offence charged in Count One of the herein Indictment. Bail $5,OOO Luther James Smith, Indict- ment, The Grand Jury charg- es that on of about 18th day of September, 2008, in Bath County, Kentucky the above named defendant: 1. Com- mitted the offence of Receiv- ing Stolen Property whhen he knowingly and unlawhdly received, retained or disposed of certain moveable property belonging to another knowing it to have been stolen, to-wit: Road Runner Trailer stolen from Lowell Jamison with a value with a value of the prop- erty over $300. 2. Committed the offence of being a Pers'is- I tent Felony Offender, First- Degree, when being more than q 21 years of age, he: (A) that i prior to September 18, 2008, i , the Defendant was convicted ', of Two (2) counts of burglary, 3rd and PFO 2nd by final Judgment of the Bath Cir- cuit Court under Indictment 07-CR-0009 and sentenced to Five (5) years on June 7, 2007; and, (B) That prior to commit- ting the offence(s) for which he was convicted on June 7, 2007, he was convicted of the following: 1) Receiving Stolen Property, Over $300 by fi- nal judgment of Bath Circuit Court under Indictment No. 02-CR-00010-OR- 2) Two (2) counts of Criminal Possession of Forged Instrument, 2nd by final Judgment of the Bath Circuit Court under Indict- ment No. 01-CR-00062, Sen- tenced to One (1) year on each count to run consecutively- OR- 3) Retaliating against a witness by final Judgment of the Bath Circuit Court under Indictment 00-CR-00029 and sentenced to three (3) years on November 15, 2001 (C) At the time of the commission of the offences identified under (A) and (B) of this Count, the Defendant was over eighteen years of age as his birth date is September 18, 1981; and, (D) That pursuant to the con- victions under (A) and (B) of this Count, he was sentenced to a term of imprisonment of one year or more; and, (E) That he was on parole from at least one such prior conviction at the time he committed the offense. Criminal Summons, bond posted District Court. Robert Justin Davis, Su- perseding Indictment, The Grand Jury charges in Bath County, Kentucky the above named defendant: 1. That on or about the 1st day of No- vember, 2008, committed the offence of Reckless Homicide when they failed to perceive a substantial and unjustifi- able risk that his/her actions would result in Kevin Crisp's death, when they recklessly delayed obtaining medical treatment for Kevi n Crisp af- ter ha_ng uncieen t0 !o so. 2. Committed the offence of being a Persistent Felony Offender, First-Degree, when being more than 21 years of age, he: (A) that prior to No- vember 1, 2008, the Defen- dant was convicted of the following: Burglary 3rd De- gree, Montgomery Circuit Court final Judgment, un- der Indictment 08-CR-00047 Sentenced to Two (2) years, Three (3) years probation on April 25, 2008; and, (B) That prior to committing the offence(s) for which he was convicted on April 25, 2008, he was convicted of: Two (2) counts of Grand Theft Sum- ter Circuit Court of Bush- nell, Florida under Case No. 2004-CF-61, Sentenced to, Three (3) years on Septem- ber 29, 2004; and, (C) at the time of the commission of the offences identified under (A) and (B) of this Court, the De- fendant was over eighteen years of age as his birth date is October 24, 1974; and, (D) That pursuant to the convic- tions under (A) and (B) of this Count, he was sentenced to a term of imprisonment of one year or more; and, (E) That he was on parole from at least one such prior convic- tion at the time he commit- ted the offence. Shawn A. Litton, Indict- ment, The Grand Jury charges that during the peri- od of the 18th day of Decem- ber, 2008, in Bath County, Kentucky the above named defendant committed the of- fence of Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument, Sec- ond Degree when he know- ingly and with the intent to defraud, deceive or injure another did possess a forged instrument in the amount of $150.00 drawn on the ac- count of Melvin Lawhorn at the Salt Lick Deposit Bank, Salt Lick, Kentucky, said check bearing the forged sig- nature of Melvin Lawhorn and was passed at Clear Creek Market, Bath County, Kentucky. Bail: $5,000 An indictment is not to be considered and indica- tion of guilt. All persons are innocent until proved guilty or pleading guilty. And indictment is merely a procedural step in the judicial process. WHITE OAK CREEK FISH FARM Stock Your Pond THurs. FEB I9 I2:45-1:I5 OWlNGSVlLLE SOUTHERN STATES SAVE UP TO 50% OFF YOUR NEXT HEATING BILL! 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Potential bank robbery thwarted By Charles Mattox News Reporter A potential modern day Bath County Bonnie and Clyde who were suspected of attempted bank robbery were arrested in the park- ing lot of the Deposit Bank Westside Branch Tuesday morning. The trained eye of Nicholas County Deputy Sheriff Ben- nieBuckler noticed a 1994 Ford Taurus backed into the parking lot at the bank and immediately became suspi- cious. "I was getting ready to cash my tax check and saw the vehicle parked in a strange manner. Not too many people back up to a bank." Buckler said moments after making the arrest. "I looked closer and saw that there was no license plate on the vehicle. I knew something wasn't right so I called for backup and drew my weapon and told the man to exit the vehicle. The lady with him, jumped over the seat into the back. We later found a shotgun in the back." Drugs and paraphernalia were also allegedly found in- side the vehicle, according to investigators. Buckler's quick call for assistance was met with an extreme rapid response from Carlisle Chief of Police William Denton, Nicholas County Sheriff Dick Garrett, Jailer Jeff Sidles and Nicho- las County Fire Chief Mark Hughes. After Buckler, Garrett and Sidles, had both suspects out of their vehicle. Denton dis- covered a 12-guage shotgun and a bandana in the car. Shotgun ammunition was also later found in the vehi- cle. The couple was then im- mediately arrested. Thomas Holder, 28, and Pamela Shepherd. 24, both of Owingsville, were charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and pos- session of a controlled sub- stance. Both were being intense- ly interrogated by federal agents Tuesday at noon and as The Mercury was going to press, officers said other charges could be pending. Neither Holder, nor Shep- herd made it inside the bank before being stopped by Buckler. "I think I picked a pretty good time to cash my tax check." Buckler said with an easy smile to fellow officers as the couple was placed in separate vehicles to be trans- ported to the Carlisle Police Station where federal agents later arrived and ioined in the interrogation process. Both Holder and Shepherd were read their Miranda rights when arrested. Nei- ther made a statement at the scene. The News-Outl0ok will fol- low the events as they un- fold. LEGAL NOTICE Powertel/Memphis. Inc.. d/b/a T-Mobile has submitted an application to the Public Service Commission (Docket Number 2009-00030) P.O. Box 615. Frankfort, KY 40602. to construct and operate an additional cell facility, a 260' serf-supporting tower. The facility will be located off Adams Road. Owingsville. Bath County, Kentucky. (The 9LV1259AfNorth Polksville Facility) The Commission invites your comments Pubfished in the Bath County News-Outlook on Wednesday. Feb, 11. 2009 i Dutch's Financing Sources Have Lots :of Money Bu00s, MD, F.00C.P. 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