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Grand jury indicts six on charges of burglary



The Letcher Grand Jury has indicted six people on burglary charges.

Those indicted are:

• Lester Lee Polly — Criminal complicity to burglary, complicity to theft, complicity to criminal mischief.

Polly, 45, of 105 #1 Bottom Fork, Jenkins, is accused of burglary of the residence of Travis and Hillary Meade at 149 Fairview Dr., Whitesburg, on Nov. 5 in complicity with Virginia Ann Brock. He is charged with taking silver and gold coins, jewelry and a number of firearms belonging to the Meades, and with damaging a safe and a rear entrance door in complicity with Brock.

Whitesburg Police Offi cer Alicia Congleton testifi ed in the case.

• Virginia Ann Brock — Criminal complicity to burglary, complicity to theft, complicity to criminal mischief.

Brock, 40, 7368 Hwy. 119 Lot #9, Jenkins, is accused of burglary of the residence of Travis and Hillary Meade at 149 Fairview Dr., Whitesburg, on Nov. 5 in complicity with Lester Lee Polly. She is charged with taking silver and gold coins, jewelry and a number of firearms belonging to the Meades, and with damaging a safe and a rear entrance door in complicity with Polly.

Whitesburg Police Offi cer Alicia Congleton testifi ed in the case.

• Dwayne Anthony Caudill — theft, criminal mischief, burglary, being a persistent felony offender.

Caudill, 34, of 120 Riverside Trailer Court, Whitesburg, and Goodwater Falls Apartments, Apt. 127, Jenkins, is charged with the theft of Depression era dishware, tools, copper tubing and copper wire valued at more than $10,000 belonging to Rebecca Vaughn in April 2011. He is also accused of damaging the wiring and heating and cooling systems of Vaughn’s residence at 101 Jim Banks Rd., Payne Gap.

Kentucky State Trooper Donald White testified in the case.

• Christopher L. Brown — burglary, theft.

Brown, 25, of Hwy. 7 N, Apt. A, Jeremiah; Hwy. 7 S, Letcher; 39 White Oak Square, Whitesburg; and 228 Scrape Shin Branch, Isom, is charged with burglary of the vehicle of Dwayne A. Sexton in December 2011 and theft of a Glock Model 30, 45-caliber semi automatic pistol.

In a second indictment, Brown is accused of the burglary of a building owned by Dwayne A. Sexton in December 2011 and with the theft of property valued at more than $500. Brown is also charged with damaging the entrance doors and locks of two storage buildings.

Kentucky State Trooper Donald White testified in the cases.

Brown is charged in a third indictment with complicity to burglary with Kimberly Sturgill in taking four tires and rims on April 19 belonging to Carl Bowen and valued at more than $500. He is also accused of theft by deception for selling the tires and rims to Bobby Huff.

Letcher County Sheriff Danny Webb testified in the case.

• Kimberly Sturgill — complicity to theft, unauthorized use of a vehicle.

Sturgill, 19, of Scrape Shin Branch, Whitesburg, is charged in a with complicity to burglary with Christopher L. Brown in taking four tires and rims on April 19 belonging to Carl Bowen and valued at more than $500. She is also accused of using an automobile belonging to Bowen without his consent.

Letcher County Sheriff Danny Webb testified in the case.

• Brett Edward Stansberry — burglary, criminal mischief, theft, theft of a controlled substance.

Stansberry, 31, also known as Brett Edward Stansbury, of 82 Orchard Road, Whitesburg, is accused of burglary of the residence of Mona Adams at 396 Abaco Court, Lot #1, Whitesburg, on Aug. 31. He is charged with damaging the rear entrance door and lock, a lava lamp, a chair, closet door and lock, and a fireproof lock box and with taking property and a controlled substance belonging to Adams.

Mona Adams testified in the case.

• Bennett Matthew Kincer — burglary, criminal mischief.

The grand jury charges Kincer, 28, of P.O. Box 132, Mayking, with the burglary of Apt. 317, Mountain Breezes Apartments, Jenkins, on Aug. 21. Kincer is also accused of damaging a window and/or window screen belonging to Franklin Asset Management Co., doing business as Mountain Breeze Apartments of Jenkins.

Jenkins Police Officer James Stephens testified in the case.



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