By: Daily News Staff
September 4, 2012
Julia Roberts Goad
PIKEVILLE, Ky. - A Virginia man accused of attempting to evade arrest is among those indicted by the August Pike County Grand Jury.
James Sparks, 52, of Vansant, Va., faces charges of first degree fleeing or evading police and DUI.
Charles Wood, 38, of Pikeville, was indicted for fourth offense DUI.
Bobby Gooslin, age unknown, of Kimper, was indicted for trafficking in marijuana, more than eight ounces.
Barbara Thomas, 54, of Blackberry, and Billy Varney, 54, of Huddy, were indicted for second degree trafficking in a controlled substance, hydrocodone.
Stacie Johnson, 28, of Teaberry, Ky., was indicted for first and second degree trafficking in a controlled substance, oxycodone and hydrocodone.
Mark Bartley, 52, of Elkhorn City, was indicted for first degree possession of a controlled substance, oxycodone.
Billy Akers, 39, of Pikeville, was indicted for first degree burglary and theft by unlawful taking in connection of the burglarge of the home of Janice Moore, where jewelry, guns and cash were taken from Moore and her husband worth more than $500.
Robert Hounshell, doing business as Kentucky Builders, Inc., was indicted for theft by deception for writing a worthless check to Cardinal Glass in the amount of $5,000.
Angel Bentley, 36, of Pikeville, was indicted for theft by unlawful taking of more than $500 cash from Debbie Hall.
James Slone, 36, of Pikeville, was indicted for theft by deception of a computer, uniforms, tools and a camera from Wayne Supply, and for fraudulent use of a credit card.
Elizabeth Conn, 30, of Shelbiana, and Misty Hall, 32, of Pikeville, were indicted for receiving stolen property, a .20 gauge shotgun, which had been stolen from Steve Combs.
Suzanne Worrix, AKA Suzanne Garrett, 30, of Pikeville, was indicted for promoting contraband, bringing a controlled substance into a detention center.
Denver Stewart, III, 35, and Bradley Sword, 26, both of Pikeville, were indicted for first degree bail jumping.
An indictment is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.