By JULIA ROBERTS GOAD
Two men charged with burglary and a man accused of engaging in sexual intercourse with a minor head the list of indictments handed down by the March Pike County Grand Jury.
Derek Nunemaker, 18, of Marrowbone, was indicted on two counts of second-degree rape of a person less than 14 years of age.
John Maynard, 25, of Virgie and Tanner Spears, 18, of Pikeville, are charged in connection with breaking in three residences. The pair is facing one charge of first-degree burglary. They are accused of breaking into the residence of Melanie Martin and taking a gun, jewelry, a computer, television set and cash valued at more than $500, and were armed when doing so. They are also accused of breaking into the residence of Lisa Coleman and taking a gun and electronic equipment valued at more than $500, and were also allegedly armed at the time.
They are also facing one charge of second degree burglary. They are accused of breaking in the residence of Michael Casebolt and taking computer equipment, jewelry, video game consoles, a camera, a television set, a guitar and tools valued at more than $500.
Maynard was also indicted for persistent felony offender.
Also indicted by the Grand Jury were:
• Robert Rogers, 38, of Bruno, indicted for two counts of theft by unlawful taking of computer equipment, two generators and a bolt cutter from Magic Mart in South Williamson.
• Ronald Skeens, 22, of Pikeville, indicted for theft by unlawful taking of medical equipment valued at more than $500.
• Denver Stewart, III, of Pikeville, indicted for theft by unlawful taking of a C.B. radio and tools valued at more than $500 from Barry Leathers. He also faces persistent felony offender charges.
• Chad Prater, 22, of Stopover, was indicted for receiving stolen property, electronics valued at more than $500, from various individuals.
• Jason Charles, 34, of Raccoon, indicted for first degree possession of a controlled substance, oxycodone, and DUI.
• Kristie Robinette, 38, of Pikeville, indicted for promoting contraband by introducing controlled substances into a detention facility.
• Jeffery Garner, 27, indicted for flagrant non-support of his children amounting to more than $1,000.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: An indictment is merely an accusation and the defendant is presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.)