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Debbie Rolen


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Pikeville - The following are indictments handed down by the Pike County Grand Jury. An indictment is an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.


Billy Stewart, 46, of Belcher, Ky., faces several charges: 3rd Degree Assault (Class D Felony) when he allegedly caused or attempted to cause a physical injury to law enforcement officers; operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants (Misdemeanor); resisting arrest (Class A Misdemeanor); two counts of 3rd Degree Terroristic Threatening (Class A Misdemeanor); indecent exposure (Class B Misdemeanor); failure to maintain or have in force motor vehicle insurance (Class B Misdemeanor) and operating a motor vehicle without an operator’s license (Class B Misdemeanor).


Kevin Gillman, 51, and Jennifer Gillman, 35, both of Williamson were indicted for Theft By Unlawful Taking (Class D Felony) for allegedly unlawfully taking or exercising control of an Apple Macbook computer valued at more than $500, or in complicity with each other in so doing.


Charles Michael Carl, 40, of Raccoon, Ky., was indicted for First-Degree Burglary (Class B Felony) when he allegedly entered a residence with the intent to commit a crime and when effecting entry or while in the dwelling or in immediate flight therefrom, he was armed with a deadly weapon; two counts of Theft by Unlawful Taking (Class D Felony) for allegedly taking firearms and automotive parts valued at more than $500 and 25 collector’s dolls in bags and boxes and a Goya guitar also valued at more than $500 and 2nd Degree Burglary (Class C Felony) for allegedly staying in the residence with the intent to commit a crime.


Bobby J. Perkins, 41, of Williamson, was indicted for Second-Degree Burglary (Class C Felony) for allegedly unlawfully entered or remained in a residence with the intent of committing a crime therein and Theft By Unlawful Taking (Class D Felony) for allegedly taking or exercising control of a television, sound system and tools valued at more than $500.


Jessie Akers, 36, of Teaberry, Ky., was indicated for Second-Degree Criminal Tresspass (Class B Misdemeanor) when he allegedly unlawfully entered on the premises of Kinzer Drilling Co., as to which notice against trespass is given by fencing or other enclosure and First-Degree Criminal Mischief (Class D Felony) for allegedly intentionally or wantonly damaging or destroying construction/industrial property belonging to Kinzer Drilling causing a loss in excess of $1,000.


Brian K. Wolford, 45, of Phelps, Ky., was indicted for First-Degree Fleeing or Evading Police (Class D Felony) when he allegedly operated a motor vehicle with the intent to elude or flee and knowingly or wantonly disobeyed a direction to stop his vehicle by a police officer and by fleeing or eluding, he was the cause of or createda risk of serious physical injury or death to another person or while he was under the influence of alcohol or other substance; operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants (Misdemeanor) and carrying a concealed weapon (Class A Misdemeanor).


Timmy Sawyers, 57, of Belcher, Ky., was indicited for cultivating marijuana, over five plants (Class D Felony).


Steven Marcum, 21, of Ragland, W.Va., was indicted for First-Degree Assault (Class B Felony) when he allegedly hit Eric Smith with a baseball bat, causing serious injury and First-Degree Robbery (Class B Felony) when in the course of allegedly committing a theft from Carmen Johnson, he used or threatened the immediate use of physical force with the intent of accomplishing the theft, and either caused physical injury to Carmen Johnson a person not a participant in the crime or, while armed with a deadly weapon, or while using or threatening the immediate use of a dangerous instrument upon a person not a participant in the crime.


Tonya O’Dell, 30, of Pikeville, Ky., was indicted for 20 counts of Theft By Deception (Class A Misdemeanor) and 11 counts of Second-Degree Criminal Possession of Forged Instrument (Class D Felony).


James G. Slone, 23, of Pinsonfork, Ky., was indicted for First-Degree Criminal Mischief (Class D Felony), when he allegedly intentionally or wantonly damaged or destroyed fence causing a loss in excess of $1,000.


Mark Lloyd, 41, of Matewan, and Darrell Kevin Adkins, 35, of McCarr, Ky., were indicted for Third-Degree Burglary (Class D Felony) when they allegedly entered a building with the intent to commit a crime therein, or in complicity with each other in so doing; Theft By Unlawful Taking (Class D Felony) when they allegedly took or excercised control of food valued at more than $500, or in complicity with each other in so doing and First-Degree Criminal Mischief (Class D Felony), when they allegedly or intentionally or wantonly damaged or destroyed a door valued at more than $1,000, or in complicity with each other in so doing.


Robert Sykes, 44, of Pikeville, Ky., was indicted for Tampering With Physical Evidence (Class D Felony); Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia (Class A Misdemeanor) and Public Intoxication (Class B Misdemeanor).


Joseph Young, 26, of Pikeville, Ky., was indicted for Third-Degree Burglary (Class D Felony) and Theft by Unlawful Taking (Class A Misdemeanor).


Zachary P. Sampson, 18, of Pikeville, Ky., was indicted for First-Degree Criminal Mischief (Class D Felony) for allegedly intentionally or wantonly damaging or destroying a bathroom belonging to the city of Pikeville, causing a loss in excess of $1,000.


Jody Pruitt, 38, of Shelbiana, Ky., was indicated for Receiving Stolen Property (Class D Felony) and Second-Degree Persistent Felony Offender (Class C Felony).


Bradley Kanes, 34, of Jenkins, Ky., was indicted for First-Degree Rape (Class B Felony).


Alex B. Cline, 36, of Bean Station, Tenn., was indicted for two counts of Third-Degree Burglary (Class D Felony); Theft By Unlawful Taking (Class A Misdemeanor) and Carrying a Concealed Weapon (Class A Misdemeanor).


Timothy Dotson, 18, of Phelps, Ky., was indicted for Third-Degree Burglary (Class D Felony) and Theft By Unlawful Taking (Class A Misdemeanor).


Trinity L. Adams, 38, of Betsy Layne, Ky., was indicted for Fourth-Offense Operating a Motor Vehicle With Alcohol Concentration of or Above .08, or While Under the Influence of Alcohol (Class D Felony).


Rhiannon Tackett, 23, of Shelbiana, Ky., was indicted for First-Degree Promoting Contraband (Class D Felony), when she allegedly introduced dangerous contraband, to wit, controlled substances into a detention facility, or being confined in a detention facility, she allegedly knowingly obtained or possessed such contraband.


Kenneth Kyle Greer, 23, of Prestonsburg, Ky., was indicted for Theft By Unlawful Taking (Class D Felony) for allegedly taking items valued at more than $500; First-Degree Unlawful Imprisonment (Class D Felony), for allegedly restraining Myron Williams under circumstances which exposed that person to a risk of serious physical injury; and Resisting Arrest (Class A Misdemeanor) for allegedly intentionally preventing or attempting to prevent a peace officer from effecting an arrest.


Joseph G. Stone, 33, of Pikeville, Ky., was indicted for two counts of Second-Degree Criminal Mischief (Class A Misdemeanor), when he allegedly intentionally or wantonly damaged or destroyed the tires on two vehicles.


Kelly R. Key, 26, of Allen, Ky., was indicted for First-Degree Promoting Contraband (Class D Felony), when he allegedly introduced dangerous contraband, to wit, controlled substances into a detention facility, or being confined in a detention facility, he allegedly knowingly obtained or possessed such contraband.


Charles C. Gambill, 45, of Salyersville, Ky., was indicated for Theft By Unlawful Taking (Class D Felony) for allegedly taking items valued at more than $500 and Receiving Stolen Property (Class A Misdemeanor) when he allegedly received, retained or disposed of merchandise valued at less than $500.


Donald A. Bailey, 29, of Virgie, Ky., was indicted for First-Degree Promoting Contraband (Class D Felony), when he allegedly introduced dangerous contraband, to wit, controlled substances into a detention facility, or being confined in a detention facility, he allegedly knowingly obtained or possessed such contraband.


Gene David Adkins, 45, of Phyllis, Ky., was indicted for Theft By Unlawful Taking (Class D Felony) for allegedly taking a vehicle valued at more than $500 and First-Degree Persistent Felony Offender (Class B Felony).


Miranda F. Goff, 27, of Pikeville, Ky., was indicted for First-Degree Possession of Controlled Substance (Schedule II substance) (Class D Felony); Third-Degree Possession Of a Controlled Substance (Schedule IV substance) (Class A Misdemeanor) and Public Intoxication (Class B Midemeanor).


Tony W. Fronto, 46, of Pikeville, Ky., was indicted for First-Degree Promoting Contraband (Class D Felony), when he allegedly introduced dangerous contraband, to wit, controlled substances into a detention facility, or being confined in a detention facility, he allegedly knowingly obtained or possessed such contraband, and Second-Degree Possession of a Controlled Substance (Schedule III substance) (Class A Misdemeanor).


Amy Hight, 38, of Pikeville, Ky., was indicted for Theft By Deception (Class D Felony) when she allegedly obtained merchandise or cash in consideration of worthless checks in various amounts.


Adam Charles, 21, of Phelps, Ky., was indicted for Theft By Unlawful Taking (Class A Misdemeanor) for taking merchandise valued at less than $500; First-Degree Promoting Contraband (Class D Felony), when he allegedly introduced dangerous contraband, to wit, controlled substances into a detention facility, or being confined in a detention facility, he allegedly knowingly obtained or possessed such contraband; Possession of Drug Paraphernalia (Class A Misdemeanor) and Second-Degree Possession of a Controlled Substance (Schedule III )(Class A Misdemeanor).


Brett Gibson, 32, of Martin, Ky., was indicted for Theft by Unlawful Taking (Class A Misdemeanor) when he allegedly took merchandise valued at less than $500 and Third-Degree Burglary (Class D Felony) when he allegedly entered a building with the intent to commit a crime therein.


Gregory Thompson, 27, of Pikeville, Ky., and Corey Thompson, of Stanville, Ky., were indicted on two counts of Theft By Unlawful Taking (Class D Felony), when he allegedly took tools valued at more than $500 from two different victims.


Billy Stewart, 46, of Belcher, Ky., was indicted on charges of Third-Degree Assault (Class D Felony), when he allegedly caused of attempted to cause physical injury to law enforcement officers; Operating A Motor Vehicle While Under the Influence of Intoxicants (Misdemeanor); Resisting Arrest (Class A Misdemeanor); two counts of Third-Degree Terroristic Threatening (Class A Misdemeanor); Indecent Exposure (Class B Misdemeanor); Failure to Maintain or Have in Force Motor Vehicle Insurance (Class B Misdemeanor) and Operating Motor Vehicle Without An Operator’s License (Class B Misdemeanor)


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