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Burglary, Criminal Abuse among latest indictments

  

May, 2017 Indictments:

Kenneth Bolick, 28 of Grayson, Ky was indicted on charges of FALSE STATEMENT FOR PRESCRIPTION/ORDER/RECEIPT-COMPLICITY, A class D felony with a penalty of 1 to 5 years, and PERSISTENT FELONY OFFENDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE, an enhancement.

The Grand Jury charges that on January 13th, 2017 the above named defendant acting alone or in complicit with William Savage committed these offenses by knowingly and unlawfully procuring or attempting to procure the administration of a controlled substance by knowingly misrepresenting to, or withholding information from a practitioner. The defendant having been charged with the instant indictment with the above stated felony counts is charged with Persistent Felony Offender due to a previous felony conviction. Bail on the indictment is set for 15,000.

William J. Savage, 40 of Grayson, Ky. Was indicted on the charge of FALSE STATEMENT FOR PRESCRIPTION/ORDER/RECEIPT-COMPLICITY, A class D felony with a penalty of 1 to 5 years.

The Grand Jury charges that on January 13th, 2017 the above named defendant acting alone or in complicit with Kenneth Bolick committed these offenses by knowingly and unlawfully procuring or attempting to procure the administration of a controlled substance by knowingly misrepresenting to, or withholding information from a practitioner. Bail on the indictment has been set at 5,000.

Janice GauzeJanice GauzeJanice Gauze, 47 of Louisa, Ky. Has been indicted on charges of KENTUCKY MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FRAUD OF $300 OR MORE/COMPLICITY, a class D felony with a penalty of 1 to 5 years.

The Grand Jury charges that on or about January 4, 2016 through on or about June 21, 2016 in Lawrence County the above named defendant acting alone or in complicity with Kevin Gauze and or others, knowingly or wantonly devised a scheme and or planned a scheme or art of fast and entered into agreement, combination, or conspiracy to obtain payments valued at $300 or more from the Kentucky medical assistance program by means of any fictitious, false, or fraudulent application, claim, report or document submitted to the cabinet for health and family services and she intentionally engaged in conduct which advanced this game or artifice. Bond on this indictment has been set for $5000.

Dr. Curtis Edens Dr. Curtis Edens Curtis D. Edens, 58 previously of Louisa, has been indicted on the charges of 4 COUNTS OF THEFT BY DECEPTION OVER $10,000, a class C felony (5-10 years), THEFT BY DECEPTION OVER $500., a class D felony (1-5 years) 2 COUNTS OF KENTUCKY MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM FRAUD OF $300. OR MORE, and DISPENSE /PRESCRIBE/ ADMINISTER CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE, a class D felony (1-5 years)
Count 1:

The grand jury charges that in Lawrence County, Ky, from on or about January 1, 2016 through January 31, 2016 in Lawrence county Kentucky the above named defendant acting alone or in complicity with another or others, committed the offense by obtaining the property of others by deception with the intent to deprive the person there of creating or reinforcing a false impression by failing to correct a false impression which you previously created or enforced.

Count 2: from on or about February 1, 2016 through February 28, 2016 the above named defendant, acting alone or in complicity with another or others, committed the offense by obtaining the property of others by deception with the intent to deprive that person thereof creating or reinforcing a false impression by failing to correct a false impression which he previously created or enforced.

Count 3: from on or about March 1, 2016 through March 31, 2016 the above named defendant, acting alone or in complicity with another or others, committed the offense by obtaining the property of others by deception with the intent to deprive the person there of creating or reinforcing a false impression by failing to correct a false impression which he previously created or enforced.

Count 4: from on or about April 1, 2016 through April 31, 2016 the above named defendant, acting alone or in complicity with another or others, committed the offense by obtaining the property of others by deception with the intent to deprive the person there of creating or reinforcing a false impression by failing to correct a false impression which he previously created or enforced.

Count 5: from on or about May 1, 2016 through May 31, 2016 the above named defendant, acting alone or in complicity with another or others, committed the offense by obtaining the property of others by deception with the intent to deprive the person there of creating or reinforcing a false impression by failing to correct a false impression which he previously created or enforced.

Count 6: from on or about January 1, 2016 through May 10, 2016 the above named defendant, acting alone or in complicity with other or another, knowingly or wanting entered into an agreement, combination or conspiracy to obtain payments valued at $300 or more from the KMAP by means of fictitious, false, or fraudulent application, claim, report, or document submitted to the cabinet for health and family services, and intentionally engaged in conduct which advanced the scheme or artifice.

Count 7: from on or about December 20, 2011 through July 12, 2012 he above named defendant, acting alone or in complicity with other or another, knowingly or wanting leader vase this game and we're playing and ice game or artifice And or entered into an agreement, combination or conspiracy to obtain payments valued at $300 or more from the KMAP by means of fictitious, false , Or fraudulent application, claim, report, or document submitted to the cabinet for health and family services, and intentionally engaged in conduct which advanced the scheme or artifice.

Count 8: from on or about December 20, 2011 through July 12 of 2012 the above named defendant acting alone with or incomplete city with others dispensed, prescribed, distributed, or administered a controlled substance which was not authorized by law. Bond on this indictment is $5000.

 

Joshua Q CyrusJoshua Q CyrusJoshua Cyrus, 37 of Louisa, Ky. Was indicted on MANUFACTURING METHAMPHETAMINE 1st OFFENSE/COMPLICITY, A class B felony (10-20 years) and RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY UNDER 10,000, (FIREARM) COMPLICITY ,a class D felony (1-5 years).

The Grand Jury charges that on or before March 16, 2017 and before the findings of the indictment the above named defendant acting alone or in complicity with Broderick Cyrus, committed the offense by knowingly and unlawfully manufacturing methamphetamine or with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine and was in possession of two or more chemicals, or two or more items of equipment for the manufacture of methamphetamine. The defendant acting alone or in complicity with Broderick Cyrus committed the offense of receiving stolen property by knowingly and unlawfully being in possession of a Glock .380 handgun stolen from sportsman gun and pawn of Barboursville West Virginia. Bail set at 20,000.

Broderick CyrusBroderick CyrusBroderick Cyrus, 40 of Louisa Ky. Was indicted on MANUFACTURING METHAMPHETAMINE 1st OFFENSE/COMPLICITY, A class B felony (10-20 years) and RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTY UNDER 10,000, (FIREARM) COMPLICITY ,a class D felony (1-5 years).

The Grand Jury charges that on or before March 16, 2017 and before the findings of the indictment the above named defendant acting alone or in complicity with Joshua Cyrus, committed the offense by knowingly and unlawfully manufacturing methamphetamine or with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine and was in possession of two or more chemicals, or two or more items of equipment for the manufacture of methamphetamine. The defendant acting alone or in complicity with Joshua Cyrus committed the offense of receiving stolen property by knowingly and unlawfully being in possession of a Glock .380 handgun stolen from sportsman gun and pawn of Barboursville West Virginia. Bail set at 20,000.

 

Tonielle Nicole Adkins-PorterTonielle Nicole Adkins-PorterTonielle Nicole Adkins-Porter, 27 of Huntington, WV was indicted on BURGLARY IN THE FIRST DEGREE, a class B felony (10-20 years) The grand jury charges that on October 15, 2016 in Lawrence county Kentucky the defendant committed the offense of burglary in the 1st° by knowingly and unlawfully entering the dwelling house of Lewis and McKenzie Penley of Louisa, Kentucky with the intent to commit the crime of theft. Bond on the indictment is set at $20,000.

 

 

 

Billy J. KeetonBilly J. KeetonBilly Keeton, 30 of Blaine, Ky. Was indicted on CRIMINAL ABUSE IN THE FIRST DEGREE, A class C felony (5-10 years)

The grand jury charges that on March 26, 2017 in Lawrence Co., The defendant committed the offense of criminal abuse by intentionally abusing a person 12 years of age or less, by causing torture, cruel confinement or cruel punishment to that person. Bond set at $10,000.

 

 

 

David B. McKenzieDavid B. McKenzieDavid B. McKenzie, 55 of Louisa, Ky. Indicted on CRIMINAL MISCHIEF IN THE FIRST DEGREE, a class D felony (1 to 5 ) years, and LEAVING THE SCENE OF AN ACCIDENT-FAILURE TO RENDER AID OR ASSISTANCE, a class A misdemeanor.

The grand jury charges that on April 30, 2017 in Johnson County Kentucky, the above named defendant committed the offense by unknowingly causing damage to property owned by Mr. Michael Fox of Olive Hill Kentucky, with $6,958.91 in damages. The above named defendant also knowingly and unlawfully failed to immediately stop to ascertain damages or render reasonable assistance as defined in KRS: 189.580. Bail set at $5,000.

 

 

Jason Salyers, 38 of Louisa, Ky. Indicted on BURGLARY IN THE FIRST DEGREE, a class B felony (10-20 years)

The grand jury charges that on November 11, 2016 the above named defendant committed the offense of burglary by knowingly and unlawfully ensuring the dwelling house of Mr. Lewis Borders of Louisa Kentucky with the intent to commit the crime of theft. Bond set at $20,000.

 

 

 

Gary H. Cochran MillsGary H. Cochran MillsGary Haven Mills Cochran Jr., 50 of Auxier, Ky. Indicted on THEFT BY UNLAWFUL TAKING OVER $500, a class D felony (1-5 years) and PERSISTENT FELONY OFFENDER, an enhancement.

The grand jury charges that on December 15, 2016 in Lawrence County Kentucky, the above named defendant committed the offense by knowingly and unlawfully taking and 1969 Ford F100 pick up truck owned by Mr. Jeff Chaffin of Inez, Kentucky with the value of $800. The defendant having being charged and convicted of a previous felony along with this indictment is now charged with persistent felony offender. Bond set at $15,000.

AN INDICTMENT IS NOT PROOF OF GUILT OR INNOCENCE.

 

 

 

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