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News Outlook By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com for trying to hid potential evidence under the trash bag in the trash can in the Liberty Mart men’s rest- room on Feb. 28, 2021. KSP Trooper Tyler Your Hometown Newspaper COMMUNITY Grand llll'll returns 1!! felony indictments grams of Fentanyl. Deputy Davidson pro— vided testimony in this case. * Tessa Roseberry, 49, was indicted on one count The Bath County Grand Smith provided testimony of resisting arrest; and Jury was in session on Thursday, September and returned 19 felony in- dictments against individu- als, including many drug— related charges. An indictment is a state- ment of charges against an individual before a case goes to circuit court and is not a conviction. All individuals are con- sidered innocent until proven guilty or pleading guilty in court. * Brian Hall, was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, when he was found to be in possession of the Scheduled II nar- cotic drug, methamphet- amine, on June in Bath County. Deputy Sheriff Taylor Davidson provided testi- mony in this case. * Lance A. McCarty, 24, was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, when he was found to be in pos- session of the Scheduled II narcotic drug, meth- amphetamine, on July 25, in Bath County. Deputy Davidson also provided testimony in this case. * Paul Swartz, 51, was in this case. * Jeremy Henchon, 46, was indicted on one count of flagrant non-support for failing to provide child sup port to his one minor child for which he was under a court order to do so, with arrears totally as of September * Douglas Willoughby, 55, Autumn Gibson, and Tara Baldridge, 26, were indicted as co-defen— dants after being charged in Bath County on May Willoughby was indicted on one count of improper registration plate; one count of operating a mo- tor vehicle under the in- fluence of controlled sub- stances, first offense; one count of possession of a controlled substance, first ' degree, first offense, when he found to be in posses- sion of the Schedule II nar— cotic drug, grams of Fentanyl; and one count of possession of drug para- phernalia (needles and a scale). v Gibson was indicted on one count of giving an of- ficer false identifying infor- mation, when, after being questioned by Deputy Tay— lor Davidson, she gave the officer the incorrect name of Tailor Stephens, with one count of assault, third degree, police/probation officer, when, on May 18, while being detained by the Bath County Sher- iff’s Office, she fought with Deputy Geneane Penix, punching her, slap ping her, and causing her to fall and injury her left knee. Deputy Penix provided testimony in this case. * Ricky Lee Sparks, Jr., 36, was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, when he was in possession of the Schedule II narcotic drug, methamphetamine, on May in Bath County. Trooper Tyler Smith provided testimony in this case. John Juenger, 32, Earl J. Stephens, Crystal Gail Stephens, 38, and Kenneth C. Markland, 35, were indicted as co- defendants after they were charged on May in Bath County Juenger was indicted on one count of traffick- ing in a controlled sub- stance, first degree, first offense, heroin, for traf- ficking in the Schedule I and Schedule II narcotic drugs, a Heroin and Fen- indicted on one count of the intent to mislead him; tanyl mixture; one count of possession ofa controlled substance, first degree, first offense, metham- phetamine; one count and one count of posses- sion of a controlled sub— stance, first degree, first offense, when she was trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense — Carfentanil or Fentanyl derivatives, for possession of a controlled found to be in possession trafficking in the Schedule substance, second de- gree, anabolic steroid, the Schedule III controlled substance, Testoterone Enanthate; one count of possession of a con- of the Schedule II narcotic drug, Fentanyl. ,Baldridge was indicted on one count of giving an officer false identifying in— formation, when, after be- II narcotic drug; one count of possession of drug para- phernalia (baggies); one count of operating on a suspended/revoked oper- ator’s license; one count of ficking in a controlled sub- stance, first degree, more than or equal to two grams of methamphetamine, for trafficking in grams of the Schedule II narcotic drug; one count of posses- sion of a controlled sub- stance, second degree, the non-narcotic drug, Buprenorphine; one count of possession of drug paraphernalia (baggies, cash, and scales); and one count of being a persistent felony offender, first de- gree, for a previous guilty pleas in Montgomery Cir— cuit Court in Clark Circuit Court in and Bath Circuit Court in and he is currently on pro- bation. Crystal Gail Stephens was indicted on one count of possession of a con- trolled substance, first de- gree, first offense, Heroin. Markland was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, methamphetamine. Trooper Tyler Smith also provided testimony in this case. ‘ * Rebekah L. Castro, 35, was indicted on one count of operating a motor vehi- cle under the influence of alcohol/ substances, third offense, on May in Bath County; two counts of wanton endangerment, first degree, for operating a motor vehicle under the influence with her two mi- nor children in the vehicle with her; one count of op- erating on a suspended/ revoked operator’s 1i- cense; one count of fail- ure to produce insurance card; one count of booster seat violation, when she was transporting one of her son’s without a child safety device; one count of possession of a controlled substance, third degree, for possessing the Sched- tr011€d Sllbstance,. second ing questioned by Deputy ‘failure to wear seat belts; ' Eule V non-narcotic drug, and one (aunt of being'al‘w'lo‘ Gabapentin tablets; and degree, the Schedulew-Ifimx Davidson, she‘r‘gave him controlled substance, Bu- prenorphine; one count the incorrect name of Tara Champine and the date of persistent felony offender, second degree, for a previ- of a controlled substance birth as July with ous guilty pleas in Mont- not in original container; one count of possession of drug paraphernalia (sy- ringes and a glass pipe); and one count of tamper- ing with physical evidence, the intent to mislead the officer; and one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, the Sched- ule II narcotic drug, gomery Circuit Court and Menifee Circuit Court in and is currently on probation. Earl J. Stephens was in- dicted on one count of traf- one count of possession of controlled substance not in original container. Deputy Davidson pro- vided testimony in this case. * Bennie Charles John- son, was indicted on one count of failure to wear seat belts; one count of failure of failure to pro- duce insurance card; one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, methamphetamine; and one count operating on a suspended/ revoked op- erator’s license, on June in Bath County. Trooper Tyler Smith provided testimony in this case. * Chester D. Mullins, was indicted on one count of receiving stolen proper- ty, over but less than for being in pos— session of a Chevro- let Envoy on June that was reported stolen from Charles Mynhier and valued at one count of public intoxica- tion, controlled substance; one count of possession of drug paraphernalia (bag- gies); one count disorder- ly conduct, first degree; and one count of being a persistent felony offender, first degree, for previous guilty pleas in Montgom- ery Circuit Court in and in Campbell Circuit Court in and his con- ditional discharge ended in March Deputy Taylor Davidson provided testimony in this case. Glen R. White, 53, was indicted on one count of trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, more than or equal to two grams, methamphetamine, for trafficking in grams of methamphetamine on June 13, and one count of possession of drug paraphernalia (digi- tal scale and needles). Trooper Tyler Smith provided testimony in this case. * Harley Levi Dotson, 27, was indicted on one count of failure to wear seat belts; oneécountof fail-7 ure to‘pro‘duce' irisrirance card; one count of no/ex— pired Kentucky registra- tion receipt; one count of failure to register transfers of vehicle; one count of trafficking in a controlled 1 substance, first degree, first offense, more than or equal to 2 grams, metham- September 16, - 9 phetamine, for trafficking in grams, on July one count of posses- sion of drug paraphernalia (scale); and one count of operating a motor vehicle while license revoked/ suspended for driving un— der the influence, firstfof- fense. ‘ Deputy Taylor Davidson provided testimony in this case. * Paul W. Jones, 42, was indicted on one count- of failure to wear seat belts; one count of operating “ on a suspended/revoked operator’s license; and one count of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, methamphetamine, for being in possession of the Schedule II narcotic drug on July Trooper Tyler Smith provided testimony in this case. ' John Highley, 54, was indicted on one count ‘of kidnapping, for not allow- ing his girlfriend, Ruth Stamper, leave the resi- dence on Old River Road in Salt Lick, Kentucky, on July one count of kidnapping, for not allow- ing his mother, Martha Johnson, to leave the same residence, and threatening to kill her if she opened the door; three counts Of terroristic threatening, for threatening to kill Ruth Stamper, Martha J ohns’on, and Sharon Suttles; one count of assault, fourth degree, no visible injury, for hitting Ruth Stamper in the head with his fist; one count of cruelty to ani- mals, second degree, for punching his dog with‘hi's fist; one count of wanton endangerment, first de- gree, for, threatening Ruth Stamper with a knife while assaulting her; and one count of assault, fourth de- gree, no visible injury, for fighting m‘th Sharon Sut- "tles andpushing her out of the doorrof his residence. Bath County Deputy Sheriff Leighton McNabb provided testimony in this case. 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