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By Hayley M. Cook


hcook@civitasmedia.com


PIKEVILLE, Ky. - The following 16 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.


Kevin D. Bray, 27, of Pikeville, was indicted on charges of leaving the scene of a motor vehicle injury (Class A misdemeanor), assault to the third degree (Class D felony), and tampering with physical evidence (Class D felony).


The defendant reportedly left the scene of an injury concerning a wreck he was involved in, then attempted to cause physical injury to Joe Slone, a law enforcement officer. The defendant furthermore committed the offense of tampering with physical evidence when he allegedly removed or destroyed evidence he believed would be used in an official proceeding.


Lacy Wolford, 38, of Phelps, was indicted on charges of arson to the first degree (Class A felony), wanton endangerment to the first degree (Class D felony, 2 counts), and assault to the second degree (Class C felony).


The defendant reportedly started a fire in an occupied building, creating a substantial danger of death or serious physical injury to an adult and a minor child, and also struck another adult with the intent to physically injure that person.


Adam Lester, 28, of Jenkins, was indicted on charges of burglary to the first degree (Class B felony), theft by unlawful taking using a firearm (Class D felony), and another count of theft by unlawful taking (Class A misdemeanor). The defendant allegedly knowingly entered a residence with intent to commit a crime while he was armed with a dangerous weapon.


Joseph Dean Cole, 32, of Shelbiana, was indicted on charges of tampering with a prisoner-monitoring device (Class D felony) and escape to the third-degree (Class B misdemeanor). The defendant intentionally tried to disable or remove the device, although he was ordered to wear it as a condition of pretrial release. The defendant committed the offense of escape, to the third-degree when he escaped from custody.


Angel Yates, 24, and Tonda Conn, 43, both of Banner, were indicted on a charge of theft by unlawful taking (Class D felony). The defendants reportedly took merchandise in an amount of more than $500 belonging to Walmart.


Versie R. Trusty, 42, of Salyersville, was indicted on a charge of theft by unlawful taking (Class D felony) when the defendant took merchandise in an amount of more than $500 belonging to Walmart.


Linda Hunt, 45, of Pikeville, was indicted on charges of theft by unlawful taking (Class A misdemeanor) and burglary to the third-degree (Class D felony). This defendant also reportedly took merchandise from Walmart, in an amount of less than $500. Hunt had previously been notified to stay off the premises.


Robert Crider, 28, of Raccoon, was indicted on a charge of receiving stolen property (Class D felony), when the defendant knowingly received, retained or disposed of a GPS battery stolen from Chesapeake Energy Corp. worth more than $500.


Audrey S. Bowling, 26, and Terry Joshua Bartley, 35, both of Pikeville, were indicted on charges of manufacturing methamphetamine (Class B felony), possession of methamphetamine (Class D felony), and persistent felony offender to the first-degree (Class A felony). Defendant Terry J. Bartley had previously been convicted of other offenses, as well, according to court documents.


Brandon Isaacs, 30, of Richmond, was indicted on a charge of flagrant nonsupport (Class D felony) when he intentionally failed to provide support for his minor child(ren), for which he was under a duty to provide support. The sum of total nonsupport allegedly now equals $1,000 or more, and support has not been paid for six or more consecutive months.


Billy E. Diamond Jr., 33, of Pikeville, was indicted on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, to the first degree (Class D felony), when he knowingly possessed a quantity of oxycodone, a Schedule II controlled substance.


Bethany Hall, 30, of Pikeville, was indicted on a charge of receiving stolen property (Class D felony) when she knowingly stole an Apple IPhone of a value of or more than $500.


Jason S. Charles, 36, of Raccoon, was indicted on charges of theft by unlawful taking (Class A misdemeanor) and burglary to the third degree (Class D felony). The defendant reportedly stole merchandise in an amount of less than $500 belonging to Walmart. He had been previously notified to stay off the premises.


Tommie Joe Russel, 32, of Pikeville, was indicted on charges of theft by unlawful taking (Class D felony) and persistent felony offender to the first degree (Class C felony).


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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