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Julia Roberts Goad


Staff Writer


PIKEVILLE, Ky. — Several local people were indicted by the Pike County Grand Jury for charges ranging from armed robbery to shoplifting.


Willard Wooten, 40, of McAndrews, was indicted for first degree robbery in connection with the November robbery of a Speedway station. He is also indicted for persistent felony offender and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.


John Bowles, 65, of Stone, was indicted for first degree trafficking in a controlled substance, oxycodone, and third degree trafficking in a controlled substance, alprazolam.


Oakey Hatfield, 49, of Forest Hills, was indicted for second degree trafficking in a controlled substance, hydrocodone, and cultivating more than five marijuana plants.


Sammy Reed, 51, of South Williamson, was indicted for first degree trafficking in a controlled substance, oxycodone.


James Fannin, 34, of Phelps, indicted for theft by unlawful taking of a flat screen TV and other merchandise from Walmart valued at more than $500.


Jonathan Johnson, 26, of Pikeville, was indicted for theft by unlawful taking of electronics and jewelry valued at less than $500 from Justa Ratliff, the theft of a Toyota from Gregory Anders, two counts of wanton endangerment of Jamie Rose and Tasha Kidd and two counts of criminal mischief for causing damages of more than $1,000 to a Kentucky State Police cruiser and the Toyota.


Victor Flowers, 40, and Melissa Dotson, 34, both of Freeburn, indicted for two counts of theft by unlawful taking of merchandise valued at more than $500 from Walmart.


Also indicted by the October Grand Jury were:


Keri Blackburn, 31, of Canada, indicted for second degree burglary and theft by unlawful taking in connection with the theft of three rings valued at more than $500 from the residence of Pauline Hatfield.


Mary Gearls, 42, of Majestic, indicted for second degree assault of Ronald Stump.


Kendell Webb, 52, of Varney, Ky., indicted for first degree trafficking in a controlled substance, oxycodone, and possession of prescription drugs not in a proper container.


Matthew Adkins, 28, of Prestonsburg, indicted for two counts of receiving stolen property, jewelry, valued at more than $500 which had been stolen from Julie Wilson.


Matthew Bishop, 27, of Pikeville, indicted for receiving stolen property, electronic equipment with a value of more than $500, which had been stolen from Tyler Fendley, Justin Miley and Austin Lyons.


Amy Atkins, 23, of Pikeville, indicted for receiving stolen property, jewelry and a camera valued at more than $500, which had been stolen from Ashley Bailey.


Steven Keen, 36, of Pikeville, indicted for receiving stolen property, jewelry valued at more than $500, which had been stolen from Elizabeth Vanover.


Randall Hylton, 55, and Dorothy Hylton, 53, both of Pikeville, indicted for theft by failure to make a required disposition of more than $500.


John Barnett, DBA Barnett Energy, indicted for two counts of theft by deception for obtaining diesel fuel from Ky. Oil and Refinery Company by writing worthless checks in the amounts of $11,099.70 and $9,298.50.


Jorge Gurierrez, 33, of Greensboro, N.C., indicted for flagrant nonsupport of a three minors.


Joseph Rayburn, 35, of Connellys Springs, N.C., and Ervin Adkins, 48, of Virgie,indicted for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.


An indictment is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.


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