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Grand jury names 16 in new indictments

Sixteen people have been named in indictments by the Letcher County Grand Jury..ey are:

• Ronnie Shane Campbell, 50, also known as John B. Beliveau, of 20 End Road, Aiken, S.C., who is charged with second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and theft by deception, $500 or more but under $10,000.

Campbell is accused of having a forged check in the amount of $609.11 on the corporate checking account of Whayne Supply, Inc. drawn on Community Trust Bank but with the account number of Alice Lloyd College and made payable to John B. Beliveau also known as Ronnie Shane Campbell. Campbell is charged with using the forged check as payment for goods, services, merchandise and/or in exchange for cash at the Whitesburg Walmart.

In a second indictment, Campbell is charged with second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and theft by deception under $500.

The grand jury says Campbell had a forged check for $284.54 on the corporate checking account of Whayne Supply, Inc. drawn on Community Trust Bank but with the account number of Alice Lloyd College made payable to Gentry Debord also known as Ronnie Shane Campbell. Campbell is charged with using the forged check for cash proceeds from Collins Marathon Inc.

Kentucky State Police Detective Josh Hush testified in the cases.

• Christian Adams, 21, of 299 E. Main St., Apt. 1, Whitesburg, who is charged with theft by failure to make required disposition. Adams is accused of obtaining various hand tools including a cordless drill, batteries, drill bits, flat-bars, a four-foot level, a 50-foot measuring tape, a flat shovel, and an oval shovel from Noel Jimenez and failing to make payment for them.

Noel Enfusse testified in the case.

In a second indictment, Adams is charged with first-degree bail jumping for failure to appear in Letcher District Court for a scheduled preliminary hearing.

Kristi Skeens of the Office of Commonwealth’s Attorney testified in the case.

• Jessica Nicole Dixon, 34, of 2171 Turkey Creek, Hallie, who is charged with first-degree possession of controlled substance ( methamphetamine), use/possession of drug paraphernalia and second-degree possession of controlled substance (Suboxone).

Whitesburg Police Officer Jordan Clemons testified in the case.

In a second indictment, Dixon is charged with first-degree bail jumping for leaving an inpatient substance abuse treatment facility and failure to report to Letcher District Court for arraignment.

Lisa Slone, District Secretary, Letcher County Commonwealth’s Attorney Offce, testified in the case.

In a third indictment, Dixon is charged with first-degree bail jumping for leaving an inpatient substance abuse treatment facility and failure to report to Letcher District Court for arraignment.

Lisa Slone, District Secretary, Letcher County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, testified in the case.

• Jake Tyler Smith, 24, of 42 Seals Drive, Neon, who is accused of first-degree illegal possession of controlled substance (methamphetamine) and use/possession of drug paraphernalia.

Letcher County Deputy Sheriff Seth Whitaker testified in the case.

In a second indictment, Smith is charged with first-degree bail jumping for failure to appear for a scheduled arraignment and with being a first-degree persistent felony offender.

Lisa Slone, District Secretary, Letcher County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, testified in the case.

• Samantha Cheryl Johnson, 33, of 1289 Green Valley Road, Staffordsville, who is charged with first-degree trafficking in a cont rolled substance (Percocet, first offense), possession of controlled substance not in original container, trafficking in marijuana (first offense), rear license not illuminated and operating an automobile with cancelled, revoked or suspended operator’s license.

Kentucky State Trooper Josh Richardson testified in the case.

• Misty Dawn Smallwood, 45, of P. O. Box 41, 22 Brett Drive, Whitesburg, who is accused of first degree illegal possession of controlled substance ( methamphetamine), use/possession of drug paraphernalia and operating a motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license.

Jenkins Police Officer James Stephens testified in the case.

• Brandon Wagner, 37, of 333 Sergent Road, Sergent, who is charged with first-degree criminal complicity to trafficking in a controlled substance by acting with Samantha Cheryl Johnson in distributing or possessing 10 or more dosage units of Percocet and criminal complicity with Samantha Cheryl Johnson in trafficking in marijuana.

Kentucky State Trooper Josh Richardson testified in the case.

• Brian K. Wyatt, 30, also known as Brian Wyhatt, of 2619 Guard Shore, Bloxom, Va., who is charged with first- degree possession of a controlled substance ( methamphetamine), use/possession of drug paraphernalia, third-degree possession of a controlled substance and public intoxication (excludes alcohol).

Whitesburg Police Officer Jordan Clemons testified in the case.

In a second indictment, Wyatt is charged with first-degree bail jumping for failure to appear for a scheduled preliminary hearing in Letcher District Court.

Lisa Slone, District Secretary, Letcher County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, testified in the case.

• Robert J. Cowan Jr., 54, of 4320 Cureton Fairy Road, Catawaba, York County, S. C., who is charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol (first offense with aggravators), two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment, no operator’s license and failure of owner to maintain required insurance or security.

Cowan is accused of operating a 2006 Dodge pickup truck while under the influence of intoxicants with two children 12 years old or less as passengers.

Letcher County Deputy Sheriff Seth Whitaker testified in the case.

• Roy Deal III, 47, of 117 Pleasant Drive, Harlan, who is charged with flagrant nonsupport of his minor children.

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

In a second indictment, Deal is accused of firstdegree bail jumping for failure to appear for a scheduled preliminary hearing.

Lisa Slone, District Secretary, Letcher County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, testified in the case.

• Daniel Ray Sturgill, 47, of 4243 Ky. Hwy. 931 South, Whitesburg, who is charged withflagrant nonsupport of his minor children.

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

In a second indictment, Sturgill is charged with first-degree bail jumping for failure to appear for a scheduled preliminary hearing.

Lisa Slone, District Secretary, Letcher County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, testified in the case.

• Jamie Andrew Hall, 44, of 82 Lilac Drive, Jenkins, who is charged with flagrant nonsupport of his minor children.

Monica Adams of the Letcher County Division of Child Support Enforcement testified in the case.

In a second indictment, Hall is charged with first-degree bail jumping for failure to appear for a scheduled preliminary hearing.

Lisa Slone, District Secretary, Letcher County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, testified in the case.

In a third indictment, Hall is charged with first-degree bail jumping for failure to appear for a scheduled arraignment in Letcher Circuit Court.

Lisa Slone, District Secretary, Letcher County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, testified in the case.

In a fourth indictment, Hall is charged with first-degree bail jumping for failure to appear for a scheduled arraignment in Letcher Circuit Court.

Lisa Slone, District Secretary, Letcher County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, testified in the case.

• Valrie Hunt, 39, also known as Valorie Shantell Sabo, of 116 Saad Avenue, Pikeville, who is charged with first- degree bail jumping for fai lure to appear in Letcher Circuit Court in a pending felony proceeding and with being a second-degree persistent felony offender.

Lisa Slone, District Secretary, Letcher County Commonwealth’s Attorney Office, testified in the case.

• William L. Davis Jr., 35, of 25 College St., St. Charles, who is named in six indictments. Davis is charged with first-degree bail jumping for failure to successfully complete an inpatient substance abuse treatment program by leaving the treatment facility against medical advice and thereafter failing to report to Letcher Circuit Court and with being a first-degree persistent felony offender.

In a second indictment, Davis is charged with first-degree bail jumping for failure to successfully complete an inpatient substance abuse treatment program by leaving the treatment facility against med i cal advice and thereafter failing to report to Letcher Circuit Court and with being a first-degree persistent felony offender.

In a third indictment, Davis is charged with failure to successfully complete an inpatient substance abuse treatment program by leaving the treatment facility against medical advice and thereafter failing to report to Letcher Circuit Court and with being a first degree persistent felony offender.

In a fourth indictment, Davis is charged with failure to successfully complete an inpatient substance abuse treatment program by leaving the treatment facility against medical advice and thereafter failing to report to Letcher Circuit Court and with being a first degree persistent felony offender.

In a fifth indictment, Davis is charged with failure to successfully complete an inpatient substance abuse treatment program by leaving the treatment facility against medical advice and thereafter failing to report to Letcher Circuit Court and with being a first degree persistent felony offender.

In a sixth indictment, Davis is charged with failure to successfully complete an inpatient substance abuse treatment program by leaving the treatment facility against medical advice and thereafter failing to report to Letcher Circuit Court and with being a first degree persistent felony offender.

• Ryan Wayne Sexton, 37, of 581 Bentley Loop, Jenkins, who is accused of first-degree bail jumping for failure to appear for a scheduled preliminary hearing.

In a second indictment, Sexton is charged with first-degree bail jumping for failure to appear for a scheduled preliminary hearing.

• Maranda Frazier, 38, of 126 Sizemore Drive, Premium, who is charged with first- degree bail jumping for failure to appear for an arraignment at the Letcher County Courthouse in a pending felony case.

Slone also testified in the cases against Davis, Sexton, and Frazier.

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