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News Outlook August 19, 2021 - 9 COMMUNITY Bath Grand llll'V I'BIIII'IIS 45 IBIIIIIV indictments ill IIIIIB and IIIEIIISI By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com The Bath Grand Jury met on June 17, and Au- gust 5, and returned a total of 46 felony indict— ments. A grand jury indictment is a formal statement of charges against an individ- ual before a case appears in circuit court and is not a conviction. All individuals named in these indictments are con- sidered innocent until prov- en guilty or pleading guilty in court. For the month of June, the Grand Jury issued the following indictments: * Sheila M. Lowe, 36, was indicted on one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, less than 2 grams of meth— amphetamine, when she engaged in a controlled buy of 1.798 grams of metham- phetamine in Bath County on January 2018. Detective Chad Bowling, Kentucky State Police DESI East, provided testi- mony in this case. * Larry Alan Crump, 37, was indicted on one count of sexual abuse, first de— gree, when he subjected a female person to sexual contact between Oct 1, 2020 and October 31, in Bath County, who was in- capable of consent because she was less than 12 years old; and one count of being a persistent felony offender, first degree, for previous ,a previous guilty pleas to charges in Floyd Circuit Court in 2013 and in Bour- bon Circuit Court in Trooper Austin Miller, Kentucky State Police, peep-m 8, provided testimony in this case. * Paul J. Jones, Was indicted on one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, less than 2 grams of meth— amphetamine, when he en— gaged in a controlled buy of 0.463 grams of metham- phetamine in June 5, in Bath County; and one count of being a persistent felony offender, for previ- ous guilty pleas to charges in Bath Circuit Court in and'in Officer Billy Rudd, Ow- ingsville Police Depart- ment, provided testimony in this case. . * Kevin L. Moore, 44, was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, for being in posses- sion of the Schedule II nar- cotic drug, grams of methamphetamine, on Feb. 26, in Bath County. Officer Billy Rudd also provided testimony in this case. * Jeremiah Munster, was indicted on one count of fleeing/evading police, first degree, when he oper- ated a motor vehicle with the intent to flee police cus— tody after receiving signals from Owingsville Police Of- ficer Justin Sutherland, cre- ating a substantial risk of serious injury or death on Nov. one count of speeding 26 or more miles per hour over the posted limit on Interstate west- bound; and one count of reckless driving. Officer Rudd also pro- vided testimony in this case * Jerry Dean Trusty, 29, was indicted on one count of operating a motor ve- hicle under the influence of alcohol/ substances, 2nd, offense, with aggravating circumstances, on Jan. 19, one count of resisting arrest; one count of flee ing/evading police, first degree, on foot; one count of assault, third degree, of a police/probation officer, anner ut and shoved his shoulder into the offi- cer’s chest; one count of no tail lamps; and one count of failure to issue insurance card. Deputy Tanner Tout, Bath County Sheriff’s Of— fice, provided testimony in this case. * Larry Daniel Wheeler, was indicted on one count of wanton endanger- ment, first degree, when he alleged had controlled substances and drug para- phernalia out in the open on May 17, in Bath County, where a three year old child he was living with could easily access them. Deputy Tanner Tout also provided testimony in this case. * Heather June Stokely, was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, meth- amphetamine, when he found to be in a possession of the Schedule II narcotic drug, on Dec. in Bath County; one count of possession of marijuana; and one count of posses— sion of drug paraphernalia (glass pipe, syringes, and digital scale). Officer Billy Rudd provid- ed testimony in this case. * Kahila Marie Lewis, was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, first offense, cocaine, when she was found to be in posses- sion of the Schedule II nar- cotic drug on Feb. in Bath County. Deputy Taylor Davidson, Bath County Sheriff’s Of- fice, provided testimony in this case. * Tyler Mitchell Clark, 20, was indicted on one count of assault, second degree, when he hit Travis Becraft on Feb. 14, in the face with his fist, break- ing Becraft’s nose and caus- ing him to black out; and one count of menacing, when, on Sept. 20, he threatened to kill Becraft at Town and Country Food Mart in Owingsville. Assistant Chief John Sutherland, Owingsville PO- lice Department, provided testimony in this case. Rochelle L. Scaggs, 34, was indicted on one count of possession of a con- trolled substance, first de- gree, first offense, metham- phetamine, when she was found to be in possession of the Schedule II narcotic drug, on March one count of possession of a controlled substance, third degree, for being in possession of the Schedule IV controlled substance, three Clonazepam; and one count of possession of a controlled substance, sec- ond degree, the Schedule II controlled substance, one amphetamine pill. Officer Billy Rudd provid- ed testimony in this case. * Kevin D. Brown, 39, Rebecca M. Helton, and Matanda K Thompson, were indicted as co—defen— dants on one count of traf- ficking in a controlled sub- stance, first degree, first offense, carfentanil or fen- tanyl derivatives, following a controlled buy on March of gram mixture of fentanyl and tra- madol; one count of posses- sion of drug paraphernalia; one count of tampering with physical evidence, after try- ing to get rid of potential evidence by throwing it out of the car window. Helton and Thompson were also charged with one count each of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, meth- amphetamine. Brown was additionally charged with one count of operating on a suspended/ revoked operator’s license; one count of reckless driv- ing; and one count of being a persistent felony offender, first degree, for previous guilty pleas to charges in Rowan Circuit Court in and in Thompson was addition- ally charged With one count of being a persistent felony offender, first degree, for a previous guilty plea in Row- an Circuit Court in , Assistant Police Chief John Sutherland provided testimony in this case. * Christopher G. Perry, 37, was indicted on one count of burglary, second degree, for knowingly en- tering the residence of Am- ber Walton on May 1, with the intent to commit a crime; and one count of being a persistent felony of- fender, first degree, for pre- vious guilty pleas to charg- es in Bath Circuit Court on and in Montgomery Circuit Court in Officer Billy Rudd provid- ed testimony in this case. * Kevin S. McKenzie, 46, was indicted on one count of possession of a con- trolled substance, first de- gree, first offense, when he found to be in possession of grams of meth- amphetamine on April 4, in Bath County; one count of possession of drug paraphernalia (glass pipes and needles); one count of fleeing/ evading police, first degree, on foot, when he knowingly disobeyed signals from Officer Barry McCoy of Kentucky Dept. of Fish and Wildlife in an attempt to elude the officer, causing the officer to be at a substantial risk for physical injury or death; one count of possession of marijuana; one count of tampering with physical evidence, for trying to hide potential evi- dence from Officer McCoy by throwing it in a field; and one count of being a persistent felony offender, first degree, for previous guilty pleas to charges in Bath Circuit Court in and Rowan Circuit Court in Officer Brad Stafford, Kentucky Dept of Fish and Wildlife Resources, provid- ed testimony in this case. * Megan Perry, 28, was indicted on one count of tampering with physical evidence, when she tried on May 10, to get rid of potential evidence by dumping it in a toilet tank. Officer Billy Rudd provid- ed testimony. in this case. During its most recent session on August 5, the Bath Grand Jury returned the following indictments: * Mark Miller, 53; Jes- sie Allen Day, 42; Mitchell Scott Miller, 27; Samantha E. Miller, 54; Baaron Miller, 24; and Alexis McClurg, were indicted as co- defendants on one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, carfentanil or fentanyl derivatives, for knowing trafficking in grams of fentanyl on Jan. 22, one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, less than two grams of methamphetamine, grams of methamphet- amine; one count of pos— session of marijuana; and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia (bag- gies and needles); and one count each of engaging in organized crime/criminal syndicate, when they col- laborated to promote or en- gage on a continuing basis in the offense of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree Mark Miller was addi- tionally charged with one count of tampering with physical evidence, by at- tempting to hide potential evidence from officer; and one count of convicted felon in possession of a firearm, when a caliber Smith & Wessonrifle was found in his home after having been previously cenvicted of a felony in Montgomery Circuit Court Jessie Day was addition- ally charged with one count of being a persistent felony offender for a previous guilty plea to charges in, Bath Circuit Court in Trooper Tyler Smith, Kentucky State Police Post 8, provided testimony in this case. * Angela Rae Hawkins, 50, was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, when she wasfound to be in pos- session/of the Schedule I narcotic drug, fentanyl, on August and one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, meth- Grand Jury cent. on pg. 10 Business and Professional Guide Good Affordable Insurance Home, Mobile Home, Farms FARMERS HOME MUTUAL INSURANCE llirc Wind o liability (Personal and Farm) Church l’wns‘iness Rental Property IKE FRANCE 859-473-0968 Toll Free (KY Only) Court Square, Flemingsburg, Ky . \ Gatewa ' Piumiling COMMERCIAL Sr RESIDENTIAL SERVICES OFEERED: Trim trees, cut down trees, grind stumps and will haul off Tear down houses, barns and will haul off Cut driveway in Dig basements ~gClean fence rows Drive fence posts MIKE MERS MARKO COPHER Tear old fences down 1 Andrew Ferrell Master Plumber , SERVICE Service Area: Bath, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan, Powell, Rowan and Wolfe County ’ arrett’s 330 Tower Road, Frenchburg, KY Commercial Residential Service Furniture “The area’s best value in quality home furnishings since West Main Street arlisle, KY _ c Gray Technical Graphic Design - Software www.graytechnical.com Find us on Facebook! 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