Last updated: September 15. 2013 10:07AM - 5402 Views
By Debbie Rolen



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The Pike County Circuit Court for the Commonwealth of Kentucky has released information for indictments by the grand jury. An indictment is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.


Mickey Thacker, 41, of Kimper, Ky., faces multiple accusations:

  • Possession of methamphetamine precursors, a Class D Felony, after he unlawfully possessed drug products, or combination of drug products, used in the manufacture of methamphetamine, with the intent to use the products to manufacture methamphetamine or other controlled controlled substance
  • Illegal possession of legend drug without statutory authorization to do so, a Class B misdemeanor


  • Possession prescription drugs not in proper container, a Class B misdemeanor


  • Operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants, second offense, a misdemeanor


  • Persistent felony offender, first degree, a Class A Felony


Adam J. White, 24, and Ruth Ann White, 47, both of Rawl, W.Va., are accused of robbery second degree, a Class C Felony, when in the course of committing a theft they used, or threatened to use, immediate physical force with the intent to accomplish the theft, or in complicity with each other in so doing.


Erick Bentley, 28, of McCarr, Ky., is accused of theft by unlawful taking after taking or exercising control of a 2011 PT utility trailer valued at more than $500. In a separate indictment, Bentley is also accused of burglary third degree, a Class D Felony, after entering a building with the intent to commit a crime. The second count of that indictment is theft by unlawful taking, a Class D Felony, chains, cigarettes, torches, change, radiators, copper, batteries, foodstuffs, vehicle rims and electric motors in an amount valued at more than $500.


Richard Layne, 44, of Phelps, Ky., is accused of burglary second degree, a Class C Felony, after entering a residence for the purpose of committing a crime; assault fourth degree, a Class A Misdemeanor, for causing physical injury and criminal mischief first degree, a Class D Felony, for intnetionally or wantonly damaging or destroying an SUV windshield, back windshielf and residence door, causing a loss in excess of $1,000.


Jason King, 35, of Stopover, Ky., is accused of six counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument, first degree, a Class C Felony; and persistent felony offender, first degree, a Class B Felony.


Billy Joel Matney, 32, of Steele, Ky., is accused of failing to properly register relative to sexual offense, a Class D Felony.


Shella W. Burgess, 54, of Jenkins, Ky., is accused of criminal possession of a forged instrument, first degree, a Class C Felony, when she uttered or possessed counterfeit money.


Crystal G. Smith, 36, of Pound, Va., is accused of theft by unlawful taking, a Class D Felony, after taking or exercising control of a 1996 Chevrolet Blazer valued at more than $500.


Maxine Collins, 41, of Whitesburg, Ky., and Kathy Helton, 36, of Whitesburg, Ky., are accused of two counts of forgery second degree, a Class D Felony; and two counts of theft by deception, a Class D Felony. The two are accused of using worthless checks to obtain groceries in the amounts of $204.08 and $464.45.


Kevin W. Hopkins, 48, of Shelbiana, Ky., is accused of assault, first degree, a Class B Felony; resisting arrest, a Class A misdemeanor and persistent felony offender first degree, a Class A Felony. Hopkins is accused of causing serious physical injury by stabbing.


Amber Tackett, 43, of Virgie, Ky., is accused of two counts criminal possession of forged instrument second degree, a Class D Felony, when she uttered or possessed checks in the amounts of $500 and $400.

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