Journal-Times (Grayson, KY)

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March 6, 2013

Drug crime dominates 31 indictments

March 6, 2013 — Most of the 31 indictments handed down by a Carter County grand jury on Feb. 22 were drug related.

Ten individuals face more than one trafficking charge, including:

Jennifer Rose, 38, of Olive Hill, two counts of first degree trafficking in a controlled substance, both Class D felonies.

Charles Cooley, 35, of Olive Hill, two counts of first degree trafficking in a controlled substance, second offense, and having a prior felony drug trafficking conviction, both Class C felonies.

James D. Claxton, 35, of Carter County, two counts of first degree trafficking in a Schedule II controlled substance, both Class C felonies.

Angela Tackett, 42, of Olive Hill, one count of first degree trafficking in a Schedule II controlled substance, a Class D felony, and one count of first degree trafficking in a Schedule II controlled substance, a Class C felony.

Dana O’Dell Robinson, 24, of Carter County, two counts of first degree trafficking in a Schedule II controlled substance, a Class C felony.

David Hale, 49, of Carter County, two counts of trafficking in a Schedule II controlled substance, both Class D felonies.

Charles Cooley, 35, of Olive Hill, two counts of first degree trafficking in a controlled substance, both Class C felonies.

Allen Dwayne Gee, 34, of Olive Hill, two counts of first degree trafficking in a Schedule II controlled substance, both Class C felonies.

Shannon Porter, 37, of Olive Hill, two counts of first degree trafficking in a Schedule II control substance, both Class C felonies.

Christopher Lee Pope, 28, of Grayson, one count of first degree trafficking in a Schedule II controlled substance, a Class C felony and one count of first degree trafficking in a Schedule II controlled substance, a Class D felony.

Also indicted were:

Paula Hamilton, 36, of Morehead, one count of first degree trafficking in a Schedule II controlled substance, a Class C felony.

James Smith, 31, of Greenup, one count of first degree trafficking in a Schedule II controlled substance, a Class C felony.

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