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11 charged in indictments




The Letcher County Grand Jury has named 11 people in indictments, including a Clintwood, Va., man accused of taking two bags of aluminum cans, an extension cord, a gas can, a “no trespassing” sign, and a leaf blower belonging to John Wyatt Jr.

The grand jury named Michael Mullins, of P.O Box 906, Clintwood, in six counts. He is accused of taking the items from a storage building at 281 Profitt Road in Jenkins on October 4, 2008. The grand jury also indicted him for public intoxication, two counts of illegal possession of a controlled substance (hydrocodone and marijuana), and illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jenkins Police Officer Anthony Maggard testified in the case.

The grand jury also indicted:

• Dustin Ryan Stidham — burglary, theft, and criminal mischief.

The grand jury says Stidham, of 1771 Vine Lane, Wooten, and 594 Wendover Road, Hyden, took two Coach purses, $350 in coins, and 20 Gary Kiser d/b/a Gary’s Kwik Stop, 5167 Hwy. 7 N, Whitesburg, on December 19, 2008. He is also accused of damaging coin-operated machines, coin changers, six video-operated machines, and the front doors and locks of Gary’s Kwik Stop.

Kentucky State Police Trooper Randy Surber testified in the case.

• Richard Wayne Rose — Complicity to trafficking in a controlled substance.

The indictment charges Rose, of 55 Still River Road, Cromona, with complicity with Crystal Bolden a/k/a Crystal Rose in distributing, selling or transferring oxycodone to a cooperating witness of the Kentucky State Police on October 24, 2008.

Lt. Marcus K. Terry of the Letcher County Sheriff ‘s Department testified in the case.

• Crystal Bolden — Complicity to trafficking in a controlled substance.

The indictment charges Bolden a/k/a Crystal Rose, of 55 Still River Road, Cromona, with complicity with Richard Wayne Rose in distributing, selling or transferring oxycodone to a cooperating witness of the Kentucky State Police on October 24, 2008.

Lt. Marcus K. Terry of the Letcher County Sheriff ‘s Department testified in the case.

• Robert Edward Lee Adams — speeding, driving under the influence of intoxicants, reckless driving, fleeing or evading police, operating a motor vehicle with a suspended license, no liability insurance, failure to provide proof of insurance, menacing, and unlawful imprisonment.

The grand jury charges Adams, of 2750 Hwy. 931 N. Whitesburg, with operating an automobile 26 miles per hour or more above the speed limit while under the influence of alcohol (third offense) on April 10, 2009. He is accused of driving recklessly and disobeying a direction to stop given by a police officer. He is also charged with menacing Kentucky State Police Trooper Ben McCray, and with unlawfully restraining Katie LaRue.

Kentucky State Police Trooper Ben McCray testified in the case.

• Adam M. Figueredo — two counts of fleeing or evading police (first degree and second degree), wanton endangerment, operating a vehicle with a license revoked or suspended for driving under the influence, speeding, and falsely reporting an incident.

Figueredo, of 79 West Wind Lane, Ermine, is accused of operating a vehicle at speeds in excess of 75 miles per hours, fleeing or evading police, and creating a danger of serious injury or death to Kentucky State Trooper Randy Surber on March 29, 2009. He is charged in another count of fleeing or evading police as a pedestrian, and falsely reporting that his automobile had been stolen after he had abandoned the vehicle when being pursued by Surber.

Kentucky State Police Trooper Randy Surber testified in the case.

• Sean Ihla— burglary and theft.

Ihla, of 1509 Pine Creek, Mayking, is charged with taking property valued at $300 or more belonging to Gregory Fields and family of 26 Terrier Lane, Roxana, on January 10, 2009.

Kentucky State Police Trooper Ben McCray testified in the case.

• Paul E. Collins— burglary and theft

Collins, of 145 Hobart’s Bottom Road, Jeremiah, is accused of taking property valued at $300 or more belonging to Sherman Jacobs, of 1053 Love’s Branch, Deane, on January 30, 2009.

Sherman Jacobs Jr. testified in the case.

• Fallon Atkins— trafficking in marijuana, illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia, and being a persistent felony offender.

The grand jury charges Atkins, of 201 Penrod Avenue, Dayton, Ohio, with trafficking in marijuana on March 27, 2009, and with having in his possession plastic baggies and containers in which to store marijuana.

Kentucky State Police Trooper David Combs testified in the case.

• Glenda Lowe — complicity to obtaining a controlled substance by fraud or deceit, and complicity to trafficking in a controlled substance.

The grand jury says Lowe, of 579 Kelly Mountain Road, Shelby Gap, conspired with Bobby Damron in the planning or commission of presenting a forged prescription to obtained a controlled substance on March 13, 2009. She is also charged with complicity with Damron in possessing a large quantity of Lortab with the intent to distribute or sell it.

Jenkins Police Chief James Stephens testified in the case.

• Anthony C. Randall — driving under the influence of intoxicants (fourth offense or greater), operating a vehicle with a revoked or suspended license, having an open container with alcohol while operating a motor vehicle, and being a persistent felony offender.

Randall, of 41 Oran Street, Cumberland, is accused of operating a vehicle on June 2, 2008, while under the influence of intoxicants and having an open container of alcohol. He is also charged with operating the vehicle with a revoked or suspended license for driving under the influence (third or subsequent offense).

Sgt. Brian Damron of the Letcher County Sheriff ‘s Office testified in the case.


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