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10 -August 19, 2021 News Outlook COMMUNITY Grand Jury cont. from pg. 9 amphetamine. Chief Todd Tout, Ow- ingsville Police Depart- ment, provided testimony in this case. * Luther Jimmy Smith, 39, was indicted on one count of theft by unlawful taking — contents from a vehicle, over $10,000, when he took a briefcase that contained approximately $125,000 in" cash that be- longed to David and Peggy Jackson from Mr. Jackson’s tow truck on July 10, 2020; and one count of tampering with physical evidence, for hiding potential evidence on the road side. * Thurman M. Ball, 47, was indicted on one count of no/ expired Kentucky registration receipt, when he did not have his registra- tion receipt in his posses- sion on June 10, 2021; one count of no/expired regis- tration plates; one count of failure of non-owner opera- tor to maintain required in- surance, first offense; one count of failure to register transfer of motor vehicle; two counts of disregarding stop sign in the area of Old River Road and Cave Run Lake Road and the area of Cave Run Lake Road and US Highway 60 East; one count of wanton engen- derment, first degree, for having passengers Jessie Wallace and Jimmy Bar- ter in the vehicle with him while driving recklessly; one count of criminal mis- chief, second degree, for damaging property with a loss of more than $500 but less than $1,000,000; one count of failure to wear seat belts; one count of fleeing/ evading police, first degree, when he disobeyed signals from Deputy Tanner Tout and fled in his vehicle, cre- ' ating a substantial risk of physical injury or death; and one count of being a persistent felony offender, first degree, for previous convictions on charges in Bath Circuit Court in 2008 and Menifee Circuit Court in 2005 Deputy Tanner Tout provided testimony in this case. ‘* Thurman Ball, 47, was also indicted on one count of fleeing/ evading police, first degree, for disobeying signals to stop his motor vehicle from Sheriff Jessie Stewart on April 26, 2021, and fled in the vehicle, cre- ating a substantial risk of physical injury or death; one count of wanton endan— germent, first degree, for nearly hitting two Depart- ment of Highway workers who were flagging traffic at a road construction site on US Highway 60 while fleeing from officers; one count of speeding 26 miles or more per hour over the speed limit on'US Highway 60; and one count of being a persistent felony offender, first degree, for previous convictions on charges in Bath Circuit Court in 2008 and Menifee Circuit Court in 2005. Sheriff Jessie Stewart provided testimony in this case. * John R. Highley, 54, was indicted on one count of assault, second degree, domestic violence, for strik- ing a female victim with his fists during a domestic dis- pute, causing serious physi- cal injury to her face and ‘ head, on March 21, 2021. Deputy Sheriff Wes Ever- man provided testimony in this case. * Charles Gordon Goldie, 30, was indicted on one count of speeding 10 miles per hour over the speed limit on Ky. 36 on Febru- ary 26, 2021; one count of excessive window tinting; one count of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of controlled sub- stances, lst offense, with aggravating circumstances; one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, heroin, 0.455 grams of a heroin, fentanyl, and flou- rofentanyl mixture; one count of possession of drug paraphernalia (snort straw); one count of disre- garding a stop sign, in the area of Town and Country gas station and KY 36; and one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, meth- amphetamine. . 1.. Trooper Alex Bryant, Kentucky State Police Post 8, provided testimony in this case. * Joshua James McIn- tosh, 26, was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, meth- amphetamine for being in possession of the Schedule 11 narcotic drug on March 11, 2021. . Trooper Bryant also pro- vided testimony in this case case. Watershed Legal Notice * Jimmy Joe Burgess, 49, was indicted on one count of fleeing/evading ‘ police, second degree, on foot, af- ter disobeying signals from Deputy Tout and fleeing, creating a substantial risk of physical injury, on January 26, 2021; one count of nal mischief, third degree; one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, methamphetamine; and one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, hero- in, for possessing a heroin, fentanyl, and methamphet- amine mixture. Deputy Tout also provid- ed testimony in this case. * Glennis Goldy, 73, was indicted on one count of sexual abuse, first degree, for subjecting a juvenile under 16 years of age to sexual contact on or about May 2019. Trooper T. Smith, Ken- tucky State Police, provided testimony in this case. * Connie Sue Easter— ling, 50, and Treva Mi- chelle Johnson, 35, were indicted as co—defendants on one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, less than ‘10 dosage units, for a controlled buy of the Schedule II narcotic drug, four and a half Oxycodone, on January 19, 2018, in Bath County. Johnson was also indict- ed on one count of being a persistent felony offender for a previous guilty plea to charges in Rowan Circuit Court in 2015. Dave Mirus, Rowan County Sheriff’s Office, provided testimony in this case. ‘ * Tempie Sue Burton, 40, was indicted on one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree I Oll,‘ ‘ dosage units, when she par- ticipated in a controlled buy of 14 Oxycodone on March 2, 2018, in Bath County; and one count of traffick— ing a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, less than 10 dosage units, for participating in a con- trolled buy of 4 Oxycodone on March 26, 2018. Dave Mirus also provid- ed testimony in this case. * Amber J. Kirby, 30, was indicted on one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, less than 10 dosage units, for partici- pating in a controlled buy of 4 Oxycodone, on March 30, 2018; one count of com- plicity to trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, 10 or more dosage units, for helping Mitchell Dameron sell 22 Oxycodone 10 mg tablets in a controlled drug buy on April 10, 2018; and one count of complicity to trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, 10 or more dosage units, for helping Mitchell Dameron sell 30 Oxycodone 10 mg tablets in a controlled drug buy on April 13, 2018. Dave Mirus also provid- ed testimony in this case. * David Martin, 49; Emily Edwards, 30; Joseph Hat- ton, 35; and Thera Nelson, 22, were indicted as co- defendants following a De- cember 11, 2020, drug bust. Martin was indicted on one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, 2 or more grams of methamphetamine, for traf- ficking in 89.696 grams of methamphetamine, While in possession of a .22 cali- ber Ruger pistol; one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, less than 10 dosage units, for I-ll dl' I I‘ .3" H narcotic drug, Hydro- codone; and one count of possession of drug para- phernalia (baggies, digital scales, and glass pipes). Edwards was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, methamphetamine; and one count of possession of marijuana Hatton was indicted on one count of resisting ar- rest, for intentionally at— tempting to prevent Officer Billy Rudd from affecting an arrest; one count of flee- ing/ evading police, second degree, on foot, for flee- ing after disobeying sig- nals from Officers Rudd and Justin Sutherland; one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, meth- amphetamine; and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia (glass pipe). Nelson was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first office, meth- amphetamine; Officer Justin Sutherland provided testimony in this case. ' * John Richard Highley, 54, was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, for being possession of the Schedule II narcotic drug on March 5, 2021. Deputy Taylor Davidson, Bath County Sheriff’s Of- fice, provided testimony in this case. * Jeffrey S. Bailey, 36, was indicted on one count of receiving stolen prop- erty, valued over $500 but less than $10,000, when he found to be in posses- sion on. April 14, 2021, of a 1997 ee W . ler stolen from Robert Diffenback in Orlando, Florida, valued at approximately $6500; and one count of theft of motor vehicle registration plate, when he was found to be in possessiOn of a stolen li- cense plate that belongs on a vehicle in Georgia. Trooper Tyler Smith provided testimony in this case. * Stephanie Marie Da- vis, 33, was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, 0.196 of. fentanyl, on May 11, 2021; and one count of pos- session of drug parapher- nalia (needles). Deputy Taylor Davidson provided testimony in this case. * William R Donathan, 35, was indicted on one count of receiving stolen property, valued over $500 but less than $10,000, when he was found in possession of a 2012 Dodge Journey on June 8, 2021, stolen from J a- cob Ball, valued at approxi- mately $10,000; and one count of being a persistent felony offender, second de- gree, for a previous guilty plea to charges in Rowan Circuit Court in 2011. Trooper Tyler Smith provided testimony in this case. * T empie Burton, 40, and Amber J. Kirby, 30, were indicted as co—defendants on one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, less than 10 dosage units, for a controlled drug buy of 7 Oxycodone on April 5, 2018, in Bath County. Dave Mirus provided tes- timony in this case. The Bath County Extension District's most recent audit and adopted budget can be viewed anytime on the Department for Local Government’s PUBLIC NOTICE Ari flteehdonlfee County’budgétfiti'fikmlyear 2022. to . include unanticipated and to increase expend‘ipgyes for the General, ad. Jail, LGEA, Federal Grants Fund,'Parks, Nursing Horn Fund, Sanita on District Operation Fund, American Recovery Act Fund, and 911 Fund which totals $890,196.34 was adopted by the Menifee County Fiscal Court on August 12, 2021. A copy of the adopted ordinance with full text is available for public inspec— tion at the ofiice of the county judge executive during normal business hours. This advertisement was paid for by the Menifee County Fiscal Court using tax dollars in the amount of $32. Published in the Menifee County News-Outlook 08.19.21 Legal Notice In accordance with Chapter 65A.080, KRS 424.220, of the Kentucky Revised Statues, the financial report and supporting data may be inspected by the public at the Menifee County Conservation District Office located at 2093 Highway 460 West, Frenchburg. KY 40322, between the hours of 7:00 am and 3:30 pm Monday — Friday. The Menifee County Conservation District holds its regularly scheduled monthly board meetings at 3:30 pm on the second Thursday of each month at their office. All meetings are open to the public. “This advertisement was paid for by Menifee County Conservation District using In accordance with Chapter 65A.080, K‘RS 424.220, of the Kentucky Revised Stat- ues, the financial report and supporting data may be inspected by the public at the Salt Lick Creek Watershed Conservancy District located at 71 Miller Drive, Unity 7, Owingsville, KY 40360, between the hours of 8:30 am and 2:30 pm Monday — Friday. 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