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Eight face charges of bail jumping and non-support

The Letcher Grand Jury returned indictments naming eight people on November 21.

Those indicted are:

• Jason Craig Gibbs, 40, of 672 Burton Hill, Blackey, who is charged with firstdegree bail jumping and being a first-degree persistent felony offender in three separate indictments.

The grand jury says Gibbs failed to appear for scheduled pre-trial conferences in pending felony proceedings.

• Darrell James Lewis, 22, of 5090 Ky. Hwy. 932, Eolia, who is accused of first-degree bail jumping. Lewis is charged with failing to appear at a pre-trial conference in a pending felony case.

• Mitchell Paul Ross, 43, of 11108 Ky. Hwy. 805, Jenkins, who is charged with first-degree bail jumping and being a first-degree persistent felony offender.

Ross is accused of failing to appear in Letcher District Court in a pending felony proceeding.

• Homer Boggs, Jr., 45, of 215 Fields Street, Cumberland, who is charged with first-degree bail jumping for failing to complete an inpatient substance abuse treatment program by leaving Hickory Hills Substance Abuse Treatment Program.

In a second indictment, Boggs is accused of first-degree bail jumping for failing to appear in Letcher Circuit Court in connection with a pending felony charge.

• Deloris Elkins, 32, of 558 Mountain Breeze Road, Jenkins, who is charged with first-degree bail jumping for failing to appear for a pre-trial conference in a pending felony case.

Lisa Slone, District Secretary Commonwealth’s Attorney, testified in the cases.

• Christy Ratliff Adams, 36, of 3531 Craft’s Colly Road, Ermine, is charged in two indictments with flagrant non-support of her minor child(ren).

• Katie M. Hall, 37, of 8882 Hwy. 160, Whitesburg, is charged with flagrant non-support of her minor child(ren).

• Nicki Gamel, 31, of 14284 Greene Rd., Coeburn, Va., is charged with flagrant non-support of her minor child(ren).

Tammi Collier, Letcher County Division of Child Support Enforcement, testified in the cases.

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