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April 23, 2014

3 indicted for home invasion

CORBIN — By John L. Ross / Staff Writer

Three Williamsburg men were indicted Monday in connection with a March home invasion robbery.

John M. Meadows, 26, Lucas R. Canada, 25, and Melvin T. Hill, 26, were all arrested by officers with the Williamsburg Police Department.

All face first-degree robbery charges.

According to Police Chief Wayne Bird, officers from his department responded to the Mount Morgan apartments on Brush Arbor Road to investigate the report of a home invasion robbery.

When officers arrived at the apartment complex, they found two victims who Bird said had visibly been physically assaulted.

The two victims told officers that they heard a knock at the apartment door.

When they answered the door, the victims told officers that three male suspects forced their way into the apartment by kicking and punching them repeatedly, Bird said.

At some point during the altercation, the victims said that knives were held to their throats while one of the suspects stole several items from the apartment — including the victims’ wallets, which contained debit cards, personal identification and $70 in cash.

Bird explained the unnamed victims also told police they knew their attackers and directed police to a nearby apartment — where the suspects are reportedly known to stay.

Bird said that when officers knocked on the door the suspects allegedly looked out the window but would not open the door.

After several minutes, Bird said officers had to force entry to that apartment.

There, they arrested Meadows, Canada and Hill.

While inside the apartment, the chief said his officers recovered all of the stolen items, along with the pocket knife and kitchen knife that were allegedly used during the assault and subsequent robbery.

Both robbery and assault victims were treated at Jellico Community Hospital in Jellico, Tenn. and later released.

The investigation was conducted by Detective Bobby Freeman, who was assisted at the scene by Sgt. Mike Taylor, Captain Eddie Cain, Deputy Chief Jason Caddell, and K-9 Officer Brandon Prewitt and his partner RICO.

Each man was named on individual indictments Monday. The first count indicts the trio for first-degree robbery after they allegedly threatened to use physical force against two victims while armed with a knife and robbing them. The second count indicts them for theft by unlawful taking property valued at more than $500 but less than $10,000 after allegedly taking various items from the same two victims. The third count indicts them for fourth-degree assault after they allegedly struck the two victims, causing physical injury.

Meadows had a fourth count on his indictment — he faces one charge of being a second-degree persistent felony offender after his April 2011 conviction in Knox Circuit Court for receiving stolen property under $10,000.

All three men were arrested March 6. Meadows remains jailed in the Whitley County Detention Center under a $50,000 cash bond.

Hill was released from the detention center March 26 on a $25,000 surety bond with an ankle bracelet requirement.

Canada was released from the detention center March 18 on a $100,000 surety bond with an ankle bracelet requirement.

An indictment is a formal charge by a grand jury — it is not a conviction or an admission of guilt.

— Gary Wright, 28, of Corbin, was indicted for third-degree burglary after he allegedly entered the Sak & Pak Gas Station with the intent to commit a crime on Dec. 2. He was arrested and booked into the Whitley County Detention Center Dec. 3 and released Dec. 11 on a $5,000 surety bond with an ankle bracelet requirement.

— Bethany Denean Goodin, 35, of Corbin, was indicted for second-degree burglary after she allegedly entered the residence of a female victim with the intent to commit a crime Dec. 16. She was arrested and booked into the detention center Dec. 16 and released Jan. 3 on a $25,000 surety bond with an ankle bracelet requirement. JailTracker records indicate she also is charged with nonpayment of fines.

— George Sizemore, 28, of Corbin, was indicted for first-degree possession of a controlled substance after Corbin Police Officer Jason Moore allegedly found him in possession of methamphetamine Feb. 6. He was arrested that day and remains jailed in the detention center under a $25,000 cash bond. JailTracker records indicate he also faces one charge of third-degree possession of a controlled substance.

— Shawnda Lawson, 31, of Williamsburg, was indicted for theft by unlawful taking property valued at more than $500 but less than $10,000 after she allegedly took $1,800 from a female victim April 3, 2013. She was arrested in December on unrelated charges according to JailTracker records, and for those charges as well as this indictment, she remains on a $25,000 cash bond with an ankle bracelet requirement.

— Kevin Lee, 37, of Corbin, was named on a two-count indictment for charges incurred March 1. The first count indicts him for first-degree criminal mischief after allegedly intentionally damaging a 2004 Chevrolet Trailblazer owned by a female victim causing more than $1,000 in damage. The second count indicts him for first-degree wanton endangerment after he allegedly set fire to the Chevrolet, which was parked next to an occupied residence, causing substantial danger of death or serious physical injury to the occupant inside. There are no JailTracker records indicating he has been booked on these charges.

— Jamie C. Muse, 22, of Williamsburg, was indicted for theft by unlawful taking property valued at more than $500 but less than $10,000 after allegedly taking various items belonging to a female victim March 14. There are no JailTracker records indicating he has been booked for these charges.

— Tony Petrey, 41, of Williamsburg, was named on a three-count indictment for charges incurred Feb. 19. The first count indicts him for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he allegedly possessed more than 2 grams of methamphetamine for sale or transfer. The second count indicts him for another charge of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he allegedly possessed more than 2 grams of heroin for sale or transfer. The third count indicts him for being a first-degree persistent felony offender after previous felony convictions in Whitley Circuit Court. Petrey has been booked for these charges and is currently under evaluation at the Kentucky Correctional Psychiatric Center in La Grange.

— Patrick Jonathan McIntosh, 21, of Somerset, was named on a five-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Feb. 12. The first count indicts him for first-degree fleeing or evading police while operating a motor vehicle after he allegedly knowingly and wantonly disobeyed a direction to stop given by Kentucky State troopers, and, in the course of fleeing, allegedly caused a substantial risk of death or injury to the troopers and other drivers. The second count indicts him for his first offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence (DUI). The third count indicts him for first-degree wanton endangerment after he allegedy manifested extreme indifference to human life by nearly striking Trooper Brandon Creekmore’s cruiser with his own vehicle. The fourth count indicts him for resisting arrest. The fifth count indicts him for carrying a concealed deadly weapon after troopers allegedly found him carrying a box cutter. McIntosh remains jailed in the Whitley County Detention Center under a $25,000 cash bond with an ankle bracelet requirement.

— Jessie Charles Mays, 33, of Williamsburg, was named on a two-count indictment Monday for charges incurred March 19. The first count indicts him for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he allegedly possessed for sale or transfer less than two grams of methamphetamine. The second count indicts him for being a first-degree persistent felony offender after previous convictions in Whitley County Circuit Court. In October 2012 he was convicted of his second offense of second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. In May 2008, he was convicted of his second offense of trafficking in a controlled substance, and trafficking in a controlled substance within 1,000 yards of a school. He remains jailed in the Whitley County Detention Center under a $50,000 cash bond with an ankle bracelet requirement. JailTracker records indicate he also faces one charge of nonpayment of fines and one charge of contempt of court, libel/slander, resistance to order, and for the latter charge he is under a $13,897.76 cash bond.

— Roger Linden Rutherford, 37, of Williamsburg, was named on a three-count indictment Monday for charges incurred March 19. The first count indicts him for first-degree possession of a controlled substance after he was allegedly found in possession of a quantity of methamphetamine by Williamsburg Police Officer Brandon Prewitt. The second count indicts him for tampering with physical evidence after he allegedly attempted to hide methamphetamine and methadone after his arrest. The third count indicts him for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he was allegedly found possessing 37 methadone for sale or transfer. He was booked into the detention center March 19 and released April 14 on a $15,000 surety bond. JailTracker records indicate Judge Paul Winchester levied new charges against him Monday — first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. He was booked for those charges and released 23 minutes later.

— Franklin Abe Mills, 31, of Williamsburg, was named on a two-count indictment Monday for charges incurred March 7. The first count indicts him for tampering with physical evidence after he allegedly tried to provide a urine specimen to Probation and Parole which was fake. The second count indicts him for being a second-degree persistent felony offender after his December 2012 conviction in Whitley Circuit Court for second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. He was arrested and booked into the detention center March 7, where he remains under a $7,500 surety bond for this charge. JailTracker records indicate he is under no bond for charges incurred in 2012.

— Andrew G. Mason, 32, of Rockholds, was indicted for his second offense of manufacturing methamphetamine March 11. His first conviction on this offense was in August 2011 in Whitley Circuit Court. He remains jailed in the Whitley County Detention Center under a $100,000 cash bond.

— Howard Lucas, 50, of East Bernstadt, was named on a six-count indictment for charges incurred Feb. 3. The first count indicts him for trafficking in marijuana over 8 ounces but less than 5 pounds after he allegedly was found in possession of 8.4516 ounces of the drug. The second count indicts him for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he allegedly possessed more than two grams of methamphetamine for sale or transfer. The third count indicts him for another charge of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after allegedly being in possession of two Oxycodone. The fourth count indicts him for second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he was allegedly in possession of 10 Hydrocodone. The fifth count indicts him for third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after allegedly being found possessing 37 Alprazolam. The sixth count indicts him for being a first-degree persistent felony offender after two previous convictions in Laurel County Circuit Court. He was booked into the detention center Feb. 3 and released Feb. 12 on a $15,000 property bond.

— Mary K. Lucas, 43, of East Bernstadt, was named on a six-count indictment for charges incurred Feb. 3. The first count indicts her for trafficking in marijuana over 8 ounces but less than 5 pounds after she allegedly was found in possession of 8.4516 ounces of the drug. The second count indicts her for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after she allegedly possessed more than two grams of methamphetamine for sale or transfer. The third count indicts her for another charge of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after allegedly being in possession of two Oxycodone. The fourth count indicts her for second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after she was allegedly in possession of 10 Hydrocodone. The fifth count indicts her for third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after allegedly being found possessing 37 Alprazolam. The sixth count indicts her for being a second-degree persistent felony offender after one previous conviction in Laurel County Circuit Court. She was booked into the detention center Feb. 3 and released Feb. 11 on a $1,000 cash bond.

— Tristan A. Sevier, 21, of Corbin, was named on a two-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Feb. 6. The first count indicts her for first-degree possession of a controlled substance after she was allegedly found possessing a quantity of methamphetamine by Corbin Police Officer Jeff Hill. The second count indicts her for possession of drug paraphernalia. She was booked into the detention center Feb. 6, where she remains under a $25,000 cash bond.

— Jessie L. Hubbard, 43, of Manchester, was named on a four-count indictment for charges incurred Jan. 9. The first count indicts her for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after she was allegedly found possessing less than two grams of methamphetamine. The second count indicts her for tampering with physical evidence after she allegedly attempted to hide five needles unde rthe backseat of Corbin Police Major Rob Jones’ patrol vehicle. The third count indicts her for theft by unlawful taking property valued at less than $500 after she allegedly took a Kindle tablet belonging to a female victim. The fourth count indicts her for possession of drug paraphernalia. She was released from the detention center Feb. 25 on a $25,000 cash bond, according to JailTracker records.

— William Ray Trent, 57, city of address unknown, was named on a two-count indictment for charges incurred March 31. The first count indicts him for failure to comply with the sex offender registry. The second count indicts him for being a first-degree persistent felony offender after several previous sexually-related charges, including first-degree rape, three counts of first-degree sodomy, kidnapping and another charge of failure to comply with the sex offender registry. There are no JailTracker records indicating he has been booked on these charges.

— Leann Atchley, 37, city of address unknown, was named on a two-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Dec. 5. The first count indicts her for receiving stolen property valued at more than $500 but less than $10,000 after she allegedly had in her possession a TV and DVD/VCR player owned by a female victim. There are no JailTracker records indicating she has been booked on these charges. She has one co-defendant in this case, Kathy Fuentez.

— Kathy Jo Fuentez, 56, of Williamsburg, was indicted for receiving stolen property valued at more than $500 but less than $10,000 after she allegedly had in her possession a TV and DVD/VCR player owned by a female victim Dec. 5. She was booked into the detention center Monday on these charges and released. She is already under another bond for previous unrelated charges. She has one co-defendant in this case, Leann Atchley.

— Christopher Howard Anderson, 27, of Williamsburg, was named on a two-count indictment for charges incurred June 6, 2013. The first count indicts him for first-degree possession of a controlled substance after KSP Trooper Dewayne Foley allegedly found him in possession of methamphetamine, Oxycodone and diphenoxylate. The second count indicts him for second-degree possession of a controlled substance after Foley allegedly found him in possession of a quantity of Suboxone. There are no JailTracker records indicating he has been booked for these charges.

— David W. Powers, 46, of Williamsburg, was named on a two-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Feb. 20. The first count indicts him for manufacturing methamphetamine after he was allegedly found in possession of two or more ingredients used to make the drug. The second count indicts him for possession of drug paraphernalia. He was arrested and booked into the detention center Feb. 20, where he remains under a $50,000 cash bond with an ankle bracelet requirement. He has one co-defendant in this case, Robert Shepherd. Powers was named on a second two-count indictment Monday, also for charges incurred Feb. 20. The first count on that indictment charges him with second-degree indexing prosecution or apprehension after he allegedly aided Shepherd inn avoiding arrest by the Williamsburg Police Department. The second count indicts him for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he allegedly was found in possession of more than two grams of methamphetamine.

— Robert Scott Shepherd, 38, of Williamsburg, was named on a three-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Feb. 20. The first count indicts him for manufacturing methamphetamine after he was allegedly found in possession of two or more ingredients used to make the drug. The second count indicts him for possession of drug paraphernalia. The third count indicts him for being a second-degree persistent felony offender after previously being convicted of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon in September 2010. He was arrested and booked into the detention center Feb. 20, where he remains under a $50,000 cash bond. He has one co-defendant in this case, David Powers.

—  John W. Chatham, III., 30, of Rockholds, was indicted for receiving stolen property valued at more than $500 but less than $10,000 after he allegedly possessed a stolen 2002 Honda TRX 500, owned by a male victim March 12. There are no JailTracker records indicating he has been booked on this charge.

— John W. Chatham, Jr., 61, of Rockholds, was indicted for receiving stolen property valued at more than $500 but less than $10,000 after he allegedly possessed a stolen 2008 Honda Ranger four-wheeler, owned by a male victim March 11. He was arrested and booked into the detention center March 11 and released the next day on a $7,500 surety bond.

— Shawn Dlynn Dople, 37, of Rockholds, was indicted for receiving stolen property valued at more than $500 but less than $10,000 after he allegedly possessed a stolen 2000 Ford F-150 pickup truck, owned by a female victim March 11. He was arrested and booked into the detention center March 11, where he remains on a $15,000 surety bond with an ankle bracelet requirement.

— Danelle Brittian, 34, of Williamsburg, was named on a three-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Feb. 28. All three counts are separate charges of first-degree wanton endangerment after she allegedly manifested extreme indifference to human life by abandoning three minor children and creating a substantial danger of death or injury. There are no JailTracker records indicating she has been booked for these charges.

— Buck Allan McGregor, 22, of Williamsburg, was named on a two-count indictment Monday for charges incurred March 24. The first count indicts him for second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he allegedly sold three Suboxone strips to a confidential informant for $75. The second count indicts him for being a second-degree persistent felony offender after his August 2013 conviction in Whitley Circuit Court for receiving stolen property valued at less than $10,000. JailTracker records indicate he was booked into the detention center Monday and released a half-hour later on an unknown bond amount.

— Daniel Lee Brandenburg, 30, of Williamsburg, was named on a five-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Jan. 4 and March 4. The first count indicts him for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he allegedly sold three Oxycodone to a confidential informant for $135 Jan. 4. The second count indicts him for first-degree possession of a controlled substance after Detective Bobby Freeman allegedly found him in possession of one Oxycodone. The third count indicts him for possession of marijuana under 8 ounces. The fourth count indicts him for possession of drug paraphernalia. The fifth count indicts him for being a second-degree persistent felony offender after his October 2012 conviction in Whitley Circuit Court for trafficking in a controlled substance and receiving stolen property under $10,000. Brandenburg was arrested and booked into the detention center March 4, where he remains on a $7,500 cash bond.

— Dennis Ray Baldridge, Jr., 39, of Woodbine, was named on a three-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Oct. 24. The first count indicts him for first-degree possession of a controlled substance after Corbin Police Detective Rusty Heidrick allegedly found him in possession of five Methadone. The second count indicts him for second-degree possession of a controlled substance after Heidrick allegedly found him in possession of one-half of a Neurontin. The third count indicts him for third-degree possession of a controlled substance after Heidrick allegedly found him possessing two Xanax. He was booked into the detention center OCt. 24 and released Nov. 7 on a $5,000 cash bond.

— Donald Gene Napier, 29, of Gray, was named on a three-count indictment for charges incurred March 8. The first count indicts him for second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument after he allegedly knowingly possessed a $100 check drawn on the account of a male victim. The second count indicts him for theft of identity after he allegedly used the name, Social Security number and date of birth of one male victim in the attempt to gain $100 from Hometown Bank on the account of the first victim listed. The third count indicts him for being a second-degree persistent felony offender after his December 2010 conviction in Laurel Circuit Court for his first offense of manufacturing methamphetamine. He was arrested and booked into the detention center April 15 and released Tuesday on a $10,000 cash bond.

— Jerry Wayne Owens, 61, of Williamsburg, was named on a four-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Dec. 23. The first count indicts him for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he allegedly sold less than two grams of methamphetamine to a confidential informant for $25. The second count indicts him for first-degree possession of a controlled substance after Corbin Police Officer Coy Wilson allegedly discovered him in possession of a quantity of meth. The third count indicts him for his second offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. The fourth count indicts him for operating a motor vehicle while license was suspended for DUI, first offense. JailTracker records indicate he was booked into the detention center March 24 and faces one charge of contempt of court, libel/slander, resistance to order. He remains jailed without bond for one charge, and a $50,000 cash bond with an ankle bracelet requirement for these charges.

— Cathy Faith Wilson, AKA Cathy Moore, 38, of Corbin, was named on a three-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Sept. 13. The first count indicts her for her second offense of first-degree possession of a controlled substance after Officer Wilson allegedly found her in possession of a quantity of methamphetamine. The second count indicts her for possession of drug paraphernalia. The third count indicts her for her first offense of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. She was arrested and booked into the detention center Sept. 13 and released the next day on a $10,000 surety bond.

— Bobby D. Lovett, 37, of Woodbine, was named on a three-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Feb. 3. The first count indicts him for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he allegedly was found in possession of more than two grams of meth. The second count indicts him for tampering with physical evidence after he allegedly hid a bag of meth in his pant leg after his arrest by Wilson. The third count on his indictment charges him with possession of drug paraphernalia. He was arrested and booked into the detention center Feb. 4 and released Feb. 13 on a $7,500 surety bond with an ankle bracelet requirement. He has three co-defendants in this case, Kylen Lovett, Ricky Millsaps and Jeffrey Elliott.

— Kylen Shane Lovett, 18, of Corbin, was named on a three-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Feb. 3. The first count indicts him for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he allegedly was found in possession of more than two grams of meth. The second count indicts him for first-degree possession of a controlled substance after he was allegedly found in possession of a quantity of morphine. The third count indicts him for possession of marijuana under 8 ounces. He was arrested and booked into the detention center Feb. 4 and released Feb. 12 on a $7,500 surety bond with an ankle bracelet requirement. He has three co-defendants in this case, Bobby Lovett, Ricky Millsaps and Jeffrey Elliott.

— Ricky D. Millsaps, 43, of Corbin, was indicted for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he allegedly was found in possession of more than two grams of meth Feb. 3. He was arrested and booked into the detention center Feb. 4 and released Feb. 12 on a $7,500 surety bond with an ankle bracelet requirement. He has three co-defendants in this case, Bobby Lovett, Kylen Lovett and Jeffrey Elliott.

— Jeffery L. Elliott, 44, of Woodbine, was named on a two-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Feb. 4. The first count indicts him for first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance after he allegedly was found in possession of more than two grams of meth. The second count indicts him for possession of drug paraphernalia. He was arrested and booked into the detention center Feb. 4 and released Feb. 17 on a $7,500 surety bond with an ankle bracelet requirement. He has three co-defendants in this case, Bobby Lovett, Kylen Lovett and Ricky Millsaps.

— Ronnie Jacob White, 30, of Corbin, was named on a three-count indictment Monday for charges incurred Aug. 6, 2013. The first count indicts him for trafficking in marijuana under 8 ounces, second offense, when he allegedly sold a quantity of marijuana to a confidential informant for $100. The second count indicts him for cultivating marijuana under five plants after he allegedly was found to be growing three plants. The third count indicts him for possession of a handgun by a convicted felon after he was allegedly found in possession of a .45-caliber Colt handgun, a .25 semi-automatic Raven Arms handgun and a .40-caliber Smith & Wesson semi-automatic handgun. He was arrested Oct. 24 and released Nov. 8 on a $10,000 cash bond.

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