PIKEVILLE, Ky. A Lookout, Ky., man was indicted by the October Pike County Grand Jury on several charges for crimes committed over a three month period. Jonathan Bentley, 22, is charged for second degree burglary, fourth degree assault and violation of a protective order in July of this year. He also faces three counts of receiving stolen property, third degree burglary and theft by unlawful taking in August, and another count of receiving stolen in September. The Grand Jury also indicted: Bobbi Smith, 46, of Pikeville, four counts of second degree possession of a forged instrument in connection with checks belonging to Maurice Newsom, totaling more than $2500. Jimmy Thompson, 25, of Pikeville, Ky., first degree abuse of a child aged less than 12 years. Danny Casey, 27, of Phelps, Ky., receiving stolen property, an ATV, from Charles Cupetto. Larry Whitt, 40, of Ransom, Ky., third degree possession of a controlled substance and public intoxication. Clark Cassady, 28, of Tomahawk, Ky., and Pamela Brewer, 29, of Kermit, are both charged with first degree robbery and attempted theft by unlawful taking. Maria Yates, 35, Ky., and Roger Chaney, 33, both of Shelbiana, Ky., are both charged with first and second degree possession of a controlled substance. Chaney is also charged with fleeing or evading police and resisting arrest. Kirby Ingram, 51, of Virgie, Ky., is charged with receiving stolen property. Jimmy Thompson, 25, of Pikeville, Ky., and Jack Coleman, 27, of Robinson Creek, are charged with receiving stolen property. Shane Maxwell, 19, and Jimmy Thompson, 25, both of Pikeville, were indicted for theft by unlawful taking in September. Maxwell is also charged with two more counts of theft by unlawful taking in October. Joseph Mullins, 21, of Elkhorn City, Ky., was indicted for two counts of attempting to obtain a controlled substance by fraud. Jessica Bartley, 31, of Pikeville, Ky., was charged with theft by unlawful taking and three counts of second degree forgery. Jimmy Chad Dye, 31, of Pikeville, is charged with third degree assault and terroristic threatening of Officer Bruce Collins of the Pikeville Police Department. Editor's note: An indictment is merely a charge against a person and does not carry an presumption of guilt or innocence.