Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

August 21, 2013

10 indicted

By Leeann Akers - Editor
Journal-Times

Aug. 21, 2013 — A Carter County grand jury has handed down indictments of 10 individuals.

Harmon Bradley, 74, of Olive Hill, was indicted on one count of bribing a witness, a Class D felony.

According to the indictment, Bradley offered money to a victim who may be called as a witness with intent to avoid legal process against Andy Bradley.

Andy Bradley, 33, of Olive Hill, was indicted on one count of receiving stolen property over $500, a Class D felony.

Also indicted were :

Chad Hall, 27, of Grayson, on five counts of second degree possession of a forged instrument, all Class D felonies.

Wayne Puckett, 38, and Travis Carter, 21, both of Olive Hill, one count of receiving stolen property over $500, a Class D felony.

Sam McKinney, 62, of Olive Hill, one count of cultivation of marijuana more than five plants by having in his possession 42 plants with intent to transfer or sell, a Class D felony.

Barry Hall, of Olive Hill, one count of second degree assault, a Class C felony. Hall was also charged with terroristic threatening, a Class A misdemeanor.

Anthony Light, 41, of Grayson, one count of intimidating a participant in the legal process by threatening a police officer, a Class D felony. Light was also charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of a controlled substance and second degree disorderly conduct, both Class B misdemeanors.

Shane Williams, 25, of West Liberty, one count of receiving stolen property and one count of receiving stolen property over $500, both Class D felonies.

Billy D. Collins, 30, of Grayson, on three counts of first degree wanton endangerment, all Class D felonies, and one count of fourth degree assault, a Class A misdemeanor, and one count of alcohol intoxication to the degree of endangering others at a public place.

The indictment of a person by a grand jury is an accusation only and that person is presumed innocent unless proven guilty.

Leeann Akers can be reached at lakers@journal-times.com or by phone at 286-4201.