Pike County indictments


By Courtney Harrison - [email protected]



PIKEVILLE, Ky. – The Pike Circuit Court Commonwealth of Kentucky recently issued a number of indictments on various charges earlier this week.

Michael Hall, 42 from Williamson, W.Va. was indicted on misdemeanor charges related to assault in the fourth degree. The indictment states that the charge stemmed from an incident that occurred on or about March 23 when Hall intentionally or wantonly caused a physical injury to another.

Travis Osborne, 26 from East Point, was indicted on the felony charge of rape in the second degree. The indictment states that the incident occurred on or about July 18 when Osborne allegedly committed the offense of rape in the second degree when he, being 18 years of age or older, engaged in sexual intercourse with a person less than 14 years of age.

James Justice, 57 from Raccoon, was indicted on felony charges related to three counts of trafficking in a controlled substance in the first degree. The indictment states that the charges stem from incidents that occurred on or about February 9, March 7, and March 8, when Justice sold or possessed with the intent to do so, a schedule II controlled substance more than 10 dosage units.

Timothy Coleman, 46 from Pikeville, was indicted on the felony charge of trafficking in controlled substance in the first degree. The indictment states that the incident occurred on or about June 5 when Coleman sold or possessed with intent to do so, a quantity of more than ten dosage units of a scheduled II controlled substance.

Timothy Coleman, 46, and Verleah Coleman, 50, from Millard, were indicted on felony charges related to unlawful transaction with a minor in the second degree, trafficking in a controlled substance in the first degree and second offense drug paraphernalia. The pair was also issued an indictment on the misdemeanor charge of trafficking in marijuana. The indictment states that on February 26, the two committed the offense of unlawful transaction with a minor when they assisted a minor to engage in illegal controlled substance activity involving marijuana. The other charges listed in the indictment occurred on or about March 4.

John Cox, 55, and Warren Bonea, 27, from Pikeville, were issued an indictment on the felony charge of three counts of trafficking in controlled substance in the first degree. The indictment states that the charges stem from incidents that occurred on February 26, March 2, and April 21 when the two sold or possessed with the intent to do so a quantity of ten or more dosage units of a schedule II controlled substance.

Valerie Reynolds, 57 and Robin Cavins 47, from Grant, AL, were issued an indictment on the felony charges of two counts of trafficking in controlled substance in the first degree and one count of trafficking in a controlled substance in the second degree. The indictment also lists misdemeanor charges of trafficking in a controlled substance in the third degree and possession of marijuana. The indictment states that the incident occurred on or about July 7.

Michael Smith, 42 from Canton, MI, was issued an indictment on the felony charge of fleeing or evading police in the first degree. The indictment states that the incident occurred on or about June 9 when he operated a motor vehicle with the intent to elude or flee or disobeyed a direction by a police officer to stop his motor vehicle. The indictment states that by doing so, Smith created a substantial risk of serious injury or death to another person.

Daniel Hamilton, 35 from Dayton, Ohio, was issued an indictment on the felony charge of possession of a controlled substance in the first degree and the misdemeanor charges of second offense operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants, possession of a controlled substance in the third degree and illegal possession of a legend drug. The indictment states that the incident occurred on or about July 22.

Tyivone Sanderson, 22 from Louisville, was indicted on the misdemeanor charge of unauthorized use of motor vehicle. The indictment indicates that the incident occurred on or about June 4 when he operated a vehicle without the consent of the owner of said vehicle.

Information in this article was obtained by use of indictments. An indictment is merely an accusation and those named should be presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

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By Courtney Harrison

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(Courtney Harrison is a news reporter for the Williamson Daily News. She can be contacted at [email protected] or at 304-235-4242 ext. 2279.)

(Courtney Harrison is a news reporter for the Williamson Daily News. She can be contacted at [email protected] or at 304-235-4242 ext. 2279.)

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