Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

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December 5, 2012

24 indicted

Dec. 5, 2012 —     A Carter Circuit Court grand jury handed down 24 indictments on Nov. 16.  

    Kentucky State Police testimony led to 13 of the indictments.

    Paul Day, Jr., 27, of Olive Hill, was indicted on two counts of receiving stolen property, both Class D felonies, by receiving two lots of 10-12 volt batteries, which are of value greater than $500.

    Others indicted were:

    Justin Davis, 28, of Rush, one count of second degree possession of a forged instrument, a Class D felony.

    Orvil K. Roark, 51, of Olive Hill, one count of second degree assault, a Class C felony, by intentionally causing physical injury to another man with a knife.

    Curtis Feagins, Jr., 43, of Olive Hill, one count of manufacturing methamphetamine, a Class B felony.  

    Thomas Shoemaker, 47, of Olive Hill, one count of second degree burglary, a Class C felony.

    Leland Prater, 27, of Argillite, one count of receiving stolen property, a Class D felony.

    Avery Binion, 53, of Olive Hill, and Tessa Rivers, 21, of Morehead, one count of manufacturing methamphetamine, a Class B. felony, and one count of first degree possession of a controlled substance, a Class D felony.

    David Phillips, 25, and Bradley Stamper, 21, both of Olive Hill, one count of first degree assault, by using a bat and hammer to cause serious physical injury to another man on Sept. 12, a Class B felony.

    Athena Owens, 26; Phillip Zornes, 23; and Russell Shoemaker, 51, all of Olive Hill, one count of manufacturing methamphetamine, a Class B felony.

    Five indictments came down from testimony of the FADE drug task force.  

    Tureen D. Otis, 30, of Detroit, Mich., was indicted on two counts of first degree trafficking in a controlled substance, by selling heroin and crack cocaine, both Class D felonies.

    Kamario James, 23, of Detroit, Mich., one count of first degree trafficking in a controlled substance by possessing eight dosage units of oxycodone for sale, a Class D felony.

    Paul L. Foutner, 22, of Detroit, Mich., one count of first degree trafficking in a controlled substance by selling heroine, a Class D. felony.  

    Foutner and Mario M. White, 18, of Huntington, W. Va., one count of first degree trafficking in a controlled substance by possessing 9.98 grams of heroin for sale, a Class C felony, and first degree trafficking in a controlled substance by possessing .2 grams of crack cocaine for sale, a Class D felony.  

    Five other indictments were handed down after testimony from the Carter County Sheriff’s Department.

    Tiffany Kilgore, 38, of Olive Hill, was indicted on one count of identity theft by using another person’s information to obtain credit cards and incurring more than $37,000 without the consent of the victim, a Class D felony.

    Louis Jeter, 38, of Chesapeake, Ohio, one count of first degree trafficking in a schedule II controlled substance by possessing heroin for sale, a Class C felony.  

    Ryan Fields, 35, of Grayson, one count of cultivating marijuana by growing 131 marijuana plants, a Class D felony.

    Kalo Price, 29, and John E. Fields, 43, both of Grayson, one count of theft by unlawful taking when they took six metal grates belonging to the Commonwealth of Kentucky, a Class D felony.

    Also indicted was Courtney B. Prater, 35, of Grayson, one count of receiving stolen property, a ring valued at $599, a Class D felony, and one count of receiving stolen property, a ring valued at $300, a class A misdemeanor.

    Leeann Akers can be reached at lakers@journal-times.com or by phone at 474-5101.

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