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By Hayley Cook


hcook@civitasmedia.com


PIKEVILLE, Ky. - The following 17 individuals were indicted during the last meeting of the Pike County Grand Jury, according to information released by the Commonwealth Attorney’s office of Pike County, Ky.


Donna Nelson, 45, of Varney, Ky., was indicted on charges of theft by unlawful taking (Class A misdemeanor) and criminal possession of forged instrument in the second degree (Class D felony). The defendant exercised control of blank checks in an amount of less than $500 that belonged to Peggy Davis.


Kimberly Michelle Smith, aka Kimberly Michelle Shepard, 45, and Charles D. Smith, 38, both of Pikeville, Ky., were indicted on the following charges: criminal possession of forged instrument in the second degree (Class D felony) and persistent felony offender, first degree (Class B felony). Both defendants, with the knowledge to fraud or deceive, possessed a check in the amount of $41.02, to which the name Erin Newsome had been forged.


Clyde Thacker, 54, of Elkhorn City, Ky., were indicted on charges of possession of a controlled substance, both first-degree and second-degree (Class D felony and Class A misdemeanor, respectively). The defendant also was indicted on charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants (misdemeanor).


Eric C. Childress, 25, of Pikeville, Ky., was indicted on charges of tampering with physical evidence (Class D felony).


Tiffany Schoen, 27, of White Cloud, Mich., and Harvey Eagle, date of birth not listed, of Carleton, Mich., were indicted on the following charges: possession of a controlled substance, first- and second-degree (Class D felony and Class A misdemeanor, respectively). Both defendants knowingly possessed a quantity of oxycodone, among other substances.


Angela Farmer, 28, of Harold, Ky., was indicted on charges of burglary, third-degree (Class D felony) and theft by unlawful taking (Class A misdemeanor). The defendant committed theft by taking merchandise in an amount of, or of a value, less than $500, which belonged to Walmart.


Jeffery Kimmel, 22, of Prestonsburg, Ky., was indicted on charges of criminal possession of a forged prescription (Class D felony). The defendant, with full knowledge that the document was being forged, possessed a forged prescription for oxycodone, a controlled substance.


Dwight Collins, 19, of Tram, Ky., was indicted on charges of burglary, third-degree (Class D felony) and theft by unlawful taking (Class A misdemeanor). The defendant committed theft by taking merchandise in an amount of, or of a value, less than $500 that belonged to Walmart.


Craig A. Stanfield, 25, of Pikeville, Ky., was indicted on charges of receiving stolen property (Class D felony). The defendant knowingly received an IPhone in an otterbox of a value or more than $500.


Robert Sykes, 44, of Pikeville, Ky., was indicted on the following charges: tampering with physical evidence (Class D felony), possession of drug paraphernalia (Class A misdemeanor), public intoxication (Class B misdemeanor), and possession of a controlled substance, first-degree (Class D felony). The defendant possessed a quantity of cocaine and knowingly possessed equipment, products, or materials of a kind which are used, intended for use, or designed for use in possessing controlled substances for introduction into the human body.


Larry Michael Blackburn, 39, of Pikeville, Ky., was indicted on the following charges: possession of a controlled substance, first-degree (Class D felony), second-degree (Class A misdemeanor), and third-degree (Class A misdemeanor), and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants (misdemeanor). The defendant operated a motor vehicle while having a blood alcohol concentration of .08 or higher or while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.


Jeffery Hager, 39, and Anthony Hackney, 30, both of Pikeville, Ky., were indicted on charges of burglary, third-degree (Class D felony), and theft by unlawful taking (Class D felony). The defendants took tools, truck equipment, tires, wheels, pressure washer, batteries and chargers of a value more than $500 and belonging to Gary and/or Ronnie Long, in complicity with each other in doing so.


Robert Coltin Caldwell, 29, of Jenkins, Ky., was indicted on the following charges: assault, second-degree (Class C felony), disarming a police officer (Class D felony), and resisting arrest (Class A misdemeanor). The defendant intentionally struck Deputy Sheriff Ross Shurtleff with a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument, causing physical injury.


Tina Poe, 45, was indicted on charges of theft of a controlled substance (Class D felony). The defendant unlawfully exercised control of a controlled substance which belonged to Mary Parsons.


Editor’s note: An indictment is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty in court.

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