Last updated: October 22. 2013 4:25AM - 1934 Views
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PIKE COUNTY, Ky. - The first meeting of the Pike County Grand Jurors in the month of October resulted in the return of indictments against eight defendants on a variety of charges, with most being drug related.


James Arnett, 47, of Neon, Ky., was indicted on a single charge of solicitation to trafficking in a controlled substance, 1st degree (Class A Misdemeanor).


Perry William Johnson, 47, of Jonancy, Ky., was also indicted on a single charge of solicitation to trafficking in a controlled substance, 1st degree (Class A Misdemeanor).


Sam Webb, 40, of Mayking, Ky, stands indicted on charges of solicitation to trafficking in a controlled substance, 1st degree (Class A Misdemeanor).


Benjamin Johnson, 22, of Pikeville, Ky., was indicted on charges of burglary 2nd degree (Class C Felony), theft by unlawful taking (Class A Misdemeanor) and 6 counts of 2nd degree forgery (Class D Felony).


Kourtney J. Robinson, 27, of Parkersburg, WV., was indicted for trafficking in a controlled substance, 1st degree (Class C Felony).


Joseph Scott, 37 and Roxanne Millwood, 40, both of Ecorse, Michigan and Marvin Collins. 36, of Shelby Gap, Ky., stand indicted on charges of trafficking in controlled substance, 1st degree (Class C Felony); trafficking in a controlled substance, 2nd degree (Class D Felony); and trafficking in a controlled substance, 3rd degree (Class A Misdemeanor).


(Editor’s Note: An indictment is an allegation of guilt and a defendant is considered innocent until and unless proven guilty in a court of law.)

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