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Man, woman are indicted for stealing deposit while on the job at McDonald’s



Eight people have been named in nine indictments returned by the Letcher County Grand Jury, including two charged with stealing almost $4,400 while working at McDonald’s Restaurant in Whitesburg.

Trina Faye Dunn and Brandon Dwayne Combs are each charged with complicity to theft. The grand jury says Dunn, 45, also known as Trina Faye Jenkins, 886 Copperhead Road, Ermine, and Brandon Dwayne Combs, 68 Venters Lane, Redfox, stole the $4,348.78 daily deposit of McDonald’s Restaurant on December 31.

Dunn is also accused of reporting a false emergency to the 911 Central Dispatch for Letcher County.

Whitesburg Police Officer Allishia Congleton testified in the cases.

Others indicted are:

• Billy Monroe Baker Jr. — posses sion of a controlled substance, receiving stolen property, tampering with evidence, theft, and being a persistent felony offender.

Baker, 28, 335 Pert Creek Rd., P.O. Box 546, Whitesburg, is accused of possessing Suboxone, a Schedule II controlled substance on January 13, and several electronic items including a Dell desktop computer, which had been stolen from Walmart, Rite- Aid and other area merchants. He is also charged with having razor blades and other items taken from Rite-Aid of Whitesburg, and with attempting to conceal the Suboxone, a drug used to treat narcotics addiction.

Whitesburg Police Officer Alisha Congleton testified in the case.

In a second indictment, Baker is charged with promoting contraband, tampering with evidence, and being a persistent felony offender.

Baker is charged with introducing Alprazolam, a Schedule IV anti-anxiety drug, into the Letcher County Jail on January 13. He is also accused of attempting to conceal the narcotic drug in his jail uniform.

Letcher County Deputy Jailer Mike Enfusse testified in the case.

• David Monroe Pack — sexual abuse, attempted rape, assault, and harassing communications.

The grand jury says Pack, 37, 4413 Hwy 931 South, Whitesburg, subjected “J.F.P.” to sexual contact and attempted to engage in sexual intercourse through forcible compulsion, and caused injury to the person on February 23. He is also charged with harassing “J.F.P.” by telephone.

Whitesburg Police Officer Alisha

Congleton testified in the case.

• Kyle Eugene Baker — nine counts of escape, two counts of bail jumping, and being a persistent felony offender.

The grand jury says Baker, 28, 124 Forrest Hill, Jenkins, failed to return to the Letcher County Jail on December 2 after being released on a medical furlough while facing nine indictments.

Letcher County Deputy Jailer Mike Enfusse testified in the case.

• Jonathan Dean Adams — robbery and two counts of terroristic threatening.

The grand jury says Adams, 27, 42 Slick Rock Road, Eolia, threatened Devin Sturgill, a cashier at Double Kwik at Isom, with a hawk bill knife on February 13 while robbing the Double Kwik. He is also charged with threatening Andrew Vaughn and Austin Wagner, customers at Double Kwik.

Kentucky State Police Detective Chris Collins testified in the case.

• Ellis Dean Adams — complicity to robbery and being a persistent felony offender.

Adams, 52, 397 Daniels Branch, Isom, is charged with acting with Jonathan D. Adams in threatening Devin Sturgill, a cashier at Double Kwik at Isom, with a hawk bill knife on February 13 while robbing the Double Kwik.

Kentucky State Police Detective Chris Collins testified in the case.

• Harold Webb — criminal complicity to assault.

The grand jury says Webb, 38, of Mayking, acted with Robert Steven Hamilton in causing serious injury to Frank Collins by stabbing him on October 18.

KSP Detective Chris Collins, Frank Collins, and Sunset Breeding testified in the case.



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