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Little League burglars among seven indicted

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The Letcher Grand Jury has named seven people in indictments including a man and a woman charged with burglarizing the Little League baseball building in Whitesburg.

In separate indictments, Marvin Lee Kidd, 44, and Amanda Ann Sizemore, 31, both of 1 Bush Drive, Whitesburg, and 185 Big Elk Drive, Jenkins, are each charged with thirddegree complicity to burglary, complicity to theft of property valued at $10,000 or more and first-degree criminal mischief. Kidd is charged with being a first-degree felony offender, and Sizemore with being a second-degree felony offender.

The grand jury says Kidd and Sizemore entered the Little League building at Earnest Cook Memorial Park, near the Whitesburg ARH hospital, where the two took property including pizza ovens, microwave ovens, crock pots, hot dog warmers, a deep freezer, a popcorn machine, two printers, a cash box, a black stone grill, a Honda 300 two-wheel drive four-wheeler, electronic score board control sets with wiring harnesses, a Letcher County School System laptop computer, a field drag, various rakes and lawn tools, two space heaters, microphones for a public address system, various equipment bags with baseballs, gloves and other equipment, and air conditioners with a combined value well in excess of $10,000.

In separate indictments, Kidd and Sizemore are each accused of complicity to receiving a four-wheeler stolen from the Little League and valued under $10,000 and first-degree fleeing/ evading police (on foot). Kidd is also charged with possession of marijuana, use/possession of drug paraphernalia and being a first-degree felony offender. Sizemore is also charged with being a second-degree felony offender.

Whitesburg Assistant Police Chief Justin Hunsucker testified in the cases.

Also indicted are:

• Curtis Vicente Murphy, 41, of 13148 Hwy. 805, Jenkins, is charged with theft of a controlled substance (Suboxone and/or Neurotrin), second-degree trafficking in controlled substance (Suboxone), firstdegree promoting contraband and being a first-degree felony offender.

The grand jury says Murphy took a controlled substance (Suboxone and/or Neurotrin) belonging to Jennifer Hill. Murphy is also charged with obtaining or possessing dangerous contraband while confined in the Letcher County Jail.

Letcher County Jailer Bert Slone testified in the case.

• Matthew G. Caudill, 23, of 228 Baker Fork Road, Emmalena, is charged with criminal complicity with Curtis D. Murphy to theft of a controlled substance, second-degree criminal complicity with Murphy to trafficking in a controlled substance (Suboxone), firstdegree promoting contraband and being a seconddegree persistent felony offender. The grand jury says Caudill and Murphy took a controlled substance (Suboxone and/or Neurotrin) belonging to Jennifer Hill. Caudill is also charged with obtaining or possessing dangerous contraband while confined in the Letcher County Jail.

Letcher County Jailer Bert Slone testified in the case.

• Tya Shanel Lucas, 33, of 1804 Thornton Road, Thornton, is charged with first-degree promoting contraband and being a second-degree felony offender. The grand jury says Lucas possessed a piece of metal and other items intended to be made into a “shank” or other dangerous instrument while confined in the Letcher County Jail.

Letcher County Jailer Bert Slone testified in the case.

• Donald Ray Collins, 57, of 418 Pistol City, Whitesburg, is charged with no/ expired registration receipt for his vehicle, no/expired registration plates, failure to maintain required insurance (first offense), failure to produce insurance card, improper display of registration plates, failure to wear seat belt, operating motor vehicle with suspended or revoked operator’s license, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs (second offense within 10 years), first-degree criminal possession of controlled substance (methamphetamine) and usepossession of drug paraphernalia.

Kentucky State Trooper Tyler Smith testified in the case.

• Kenneth Wayne Anderson, 43, of 1167 Joe’s Branch, Jenkins, is charged with operating a motorcycle without taillights, improper registration plate, no liability insurance, operating a vehicle while under the influence of intoxicants (first offense), first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (cocaine) and criminal possession/use of drug paraphernalia.

Jenkins Police Officer Michael Garner testified.

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