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By Hayley M. Cook


hcook@civitasmedia.com


PIKEVILLE, Ky. - The following 17 individuals were indicted during the last meeting of the Pike County Grand Jury, according to information released by the Commonwealth Attorney’s office of Pike County.


Roger Johnson, 54, of Virgie, was indicted on a charge of assault, first-degree (Class B felony). The defendant committed the offense of assault when he allegedly intentionally shot Tony Chainey, causing a serious physical injury.


Larry Blackburn, 51, of Pikeville, was indicted on a charge of assault, fourth-degree (Class A misdemeanor). The defendant committed the offense after allegedly intentionally causing physical injury to Chris Blackburn.


Curtis Parsons, 25, of Pikeville, was indicted on charges of wanton endangerment, first-degree (Class D felony) and theft by unlawful taking (Class D felony). According to documents, the defendant wantonly engaged in conduct which created a threat of death or serious physical injury to Chris Parsons, Kandy Parsons, Ryan Bishop and Peggy Mosely. The defendant also allegedly took a 9mm gun that belonged to Peggy Mosely.


Crystal Miller, age unknown, of Pikeville, was indicted on a charge of theft by deception (Class D felony) for allegedly stealing cash from Joseph Clark, of a value of $500 or more, in return for a mobile home which the defendant did not own and, therefore, was not authorized to trade.


Evelyn Sword, 27, of Jenkins, was indicted on charges of theft by unlawful taking (Class D felony) and criminal mischief, first-degree (Class D felony). The defendant reportedly unlawfully took appliances and household furnishings belonging to Shelia Sanders, and intentionally damaged Sanders’ residence. These offenses allegedly resulted in a loss of approximately $1,500 or more.


Misty Tackett, 40, of Elkhorn City, was indicted on a charge of promoting contraband, first-degree (Class D felony). The defendant allegedly knowingly introduced dangerous contraband into a detention facility or knowingly possessed contraband while in a detention facility.


Jessica Gibson, 30, of Pikeville, was indicted on a charge of theft by unlawful taking (Class D felony), after allegedly taking merchandise from Wal-Mart in an amount of $500 or more.


Michael Branham, 35, of Asheville, N.C., was indicted on a charge of theft of motor vehicle registration plate or decal (Class D felony). The defendant reportedly had in his possession a registration plate which had previously been stolen.


Samantha Baker, 32, and Tammy Miller, 37, both of Pikeville, were indicted on charges of receiving stolen property. The defendants allegedly took clothing and jackets valued at more than $500 from Pine Mountain Outfitters and Hibbett’s.


Michael Owen Bartley, 32, of Elkhorn City, was indicted on the following charges: burglary, first-degree (Class B felony), theft by unlawful taking (Class D felony), and persistent felony offender, first-degree (Class A felony). The defendant reportedly knowingly entered the residence of James Rusty Webb armed with a deadly weapon, with the intent to commit a crime. The defendant then took more than $500 worth of knives, guns and other items not belonging to him.


Hope Rose, 29, of Elkhorn City, was indicted on a charge of assault, third-degree (Class D felony). The defendant allegedly, during confinement at a detention facility, threw feces, urine or other bodily fluid on an employee of the facility


Alex Cline, 36, and Savannah Hurley, 19, both of Phelps, were indicted on a charge of manufacturing methamphetamine (Class B felony).


Lawerence Dingess, 58, and Sandy Dingess, age unknown, both of Hatfield, were indicted on a charge of theft by unlawful taking (Class D felony). The defendants reportedly took equipment, cash and checks valued at more than $500 that belonged to the Hatfield Fire Department.


Larry Blankenship, 53, of Matewan, W.Va., was indicted on a charge of possession of controlled substance, first-degree (Class D felony). The defendant allegedly knowingly possessed a quantity of cocaine, a Schedule II controlled substance.

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