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Suspect in meth case named in 26 counts



The Letcher Grand Jury has charged a Pistol City man with manufacturing methamphetamine (first offense) on February 3 — one of 26 counts under which he has been indicted.

Shawn Matthew Kiser, 33, of 163 Pistol City, Whitesburg, is also charged with possession of controlled substance (first offense, first degree), possession of meth precursor (first offense), fleeing or evading police (first degree), five counts of wanton endangerment, assault (police officer), resisting arrest and carry a concealed deadly weapon.

In addition, Kiser is accused of operating a vehicle under the influence, menacing, failure to maintain insurance, open alcoholic beverage in vehicle, failure to wear seat belts, speeding, three counts of failure to signal, careless driving, no/expired registration plates, no/expired registration receipt, reckless driving and disregarding traffic light.

Kiser is charged with disobeying an order to stop given by Kentucky State Trooper Michael Burton, and endangering Burton, KSP Trooper Jason Bates, Amanda Sizemore, Letcher County Sheriff ’s Officer Pease and KSP Trooper Scott Caudill, whom he also is charged of assaulting. Kentucky State Trooper Michael Burton testified in the case.

• Christopher Brown — Manufacturing methamphetamine (first offense), possession of meth precursor (first offense), fleeing or evading police and being a persistent felony offender.

Brown, 30, of 85 Bob White Dr., Seco, is charged with manufacturing meth on February 16 and disobeying an order to stop given by Letcher County Sheriff ’s Officer Alisha Congleton.

Letcher County Sheriff ’s Officer Alisha Congleton testified in the case.

• Jessica Cecilia Moberly — Manufacturing methamphetamine (first offense), possession of meth precursor (first offense) and fleeing or evading police.

Moberly, 35, of 778 Hwy. 1148, Isom, is charged with manufacturing meth on February 16 and disobeying an order to stop given by Letcher County Sheriff ’s Officer Alisha Congleton.

Letcher County Sheriff ’s Officer Alisha Congleton testified in the case.

• Michael Dylan Rayburn — Manufacturing methamphetamine (first offense), possession of meth precursor (first offense) and fleeing or evading police.

Rayburn, 19, of 43 Della Riley Lane, Whitesburg, is accused of manufacturing meth on February 16 and disobeying an order to stop given by Letcher County Sheriff ’s Officer Alisha Congleton.

Letcher County Sheriff ’s Officer Alisha Congleton testified in the case.

• Joseph P. Mullins — Complicity to criminal abuse (first degree) and complicity to theft.

The grand jury says Mullins, 31, of 1904 Marshall’s Branch, Jenkins, along with Kelley Mullins, abused Carrie Fleming and took property belonging to Fleming on February 16.

Jenkins City Police Chief Jim Stephens testified in the case.

• Kelley Mullins — Complicity to criminal abuse (first degree) and complicity to theft.

The grand jury says Mullins, 33, of 1904 Marshall’s Branch, Jenkins, along with Joseph Mullins, abused Carrie Fleming and took property belonging to Fleming on February 16.

Jenkins City Police Chief Jim Stephens testified in the case.

• Wendy Leigh Riley — Manufacturing methamphetamine (first offense), possession of meth precursor (first offense) and fleeing or evading police.

Riley, 32, of 338 Pert Creek, Whitesburg, is accused of manufacturing meth on February 16 and disobeying an order to stop given by Letcher County Sheriff ’s Officer Alisha Congleton.

Letcher County Sheriff ’s Officer Alisha Congleton testified in the case.

• Misty D. Ison — Possession of meth precursor (first offense) and being a persistent felony offender.

The grand jury says Ison, 43, of 43 Della Riley Lane, Isom, possessed a meth precursor on January 11.

Whitesburg City Police Officer Sara Damron testified in the case.

• David Eugene Halcomb — Assault (second degree).

Halcomb, 53, of 349 Stinking Branch, Thornton, is charged with seriously injuring Bobbie Fisher on December 12.

Bobbie Fisher testified.

• Billy Ray Adams, Jr. — Complicity to burglary (second degree), complicity to criminal mischief (third degree) and complicity to theft by unlawful taking (over $500).

The grand jury says Adams, 26, of 2119 Hwy. S, Jeremiah, entered the home of Wendall McClain III on November 17 with Randy Amburgey and damaged property belonging to Mc- Clain. He is also charged, along with Randy Amburgey, with taking a 42-inch Vizio Flat Screen television set valued at $1,349.82 belonging to McClain.

Wendell McClain III testified in the case.

• Randy G. Amburgey — Complicity to burglary (second degree), complicity to criminal mischief (third degree) and complicity to theft by unlawful taking (over $500).

The grand jury says Amburgey, 30, of 2139 Hwy. 1148, Ison, entered the home of Wendall McClain III on November 17 with Billy Adams and damaged property belonging to Mc- Clain. He is also charged, along with Billy Adams, with taking a 42-inch Vizio Flat Screen television set valued at $1,349.82 belonging to McClain.

Wendell McClain III testified in the case.



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