Lawrence County Judicial Report January 22, 2011. Crime Rate Soaring.

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Jan 22, 2011
 
The Lawrence County Grand Jury handed down 30 true bills, some of which were the same people with more than one indictment during its January meeting this week.

Timothy Campbell, 46, of 54 Grady Lane, of Fort Gay W.Va. who had a total of eleven indictments on 17 seperate theft by deception over $500 charges, all Class D felonies. with one indictment in which Campbell is charged with embezzling more than $340,000 from one elderly man who has lost his house and is now homeless.

On November 17, 2009 and Campbell committed the theft against Debra Short in the amount of $600 and then April 9, 2010 he again committed another act of theft against Short for $700.

Between the dates of March 2009 and November 2009, Campbell committed theft against Teresa Hillman in excess of $500.

Between the dates of July 2006 and January 2008, Campbell committed theft against Riverview Family Practice P.S.C. in the amount of $14,308.24.

Between the dates of July 2008 and December 2008, Campbell committed theft against Frank E. Hay, Sr. in the amount of $197,308.62 from Hays checking account. Also between Sept. 14, 2006 and December, 31, 2008 Campbell committed the offense of theft of $65,400,73 from Hays credit cards. Between February 11, 2008 and July 10, 2010 Campbell committed theft against Hay in the amount of $77, 640 from bank loans and On Oct. 26, 2006 Campbell again committed theft against Hay for $35,000 from certificates of deposits.

November 6, 2009, Campbell committed the act of theft against Dave Clemett for $1,625.

Between the dates of June 8, 2009 and June 1, 2010 Campbell committed the offense of theft against Daniel Enxing in excess of $500.

On March, 27, 2009, Campbell committed the offense of theft against Curt D. Edens Jr. of $3,000 and also February 11, 2010 Campbell committed theft against Edens for $3,000 and then again on April 2, 2010 for $2,850.
On May 12. 2009 Campbell committed the offense of theft against Johnny Adkins in the amount of $4,200 and then again the same day in the amount of $5,600.

On August 11, 2008, Campbell committed the offense of theft against Joe Pigg in the amount of $985.

Between the dates of September 2008 and November 21, 2008, Campbell committed the offense of theft against Rachel Thacker in excess of $300.

All theft by deception charges state that Campbell created or reinforced a false impression as to law, value intention or state of mind. Campbell is also indicted on charges of theft by failure to make required disposition over $500 a Class D felony. The indictment states that from July 7, 2008 and July 2, 2010 Campbell failed to make payments on electronic equipment he rented from Rent-A-Center. The electronics totaling $31,877 included televisions, game consoles, computers etc.

If convicted Campbell faces one to five years on each charge with a fine up to $10,000 on each charge.
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Jan 22, 2011
 
Others who were indicted include:

Matthew Joseph, 24, of HC 60, Salyersville, Stephen Kennard, 26, of Goergetown, and Heather Elkins, 25, of 294 Mine Fork Road, Salyersville. The three are each charged with a Class D felony of complicity theft by unlawful taking over $500 and a Class B misdemeanor charge of third degree criminal mischief. The indictment states that on Feb. 9, 2010 all three acting in complicity committed the offense of unlawfully taking a Dell Inspiron Desktop Computer valued at $633.88. And on Feb. 16 the three are accused of knowingly and unlawfully defacing and destroying property belonging to Wal-Mart in Louisa. Kennard was also charged with an enhancement charge of persistent felony offender.

James Osborne, 30, of 121 Public Way, was indicted and charged with two counts of a Class D felony second degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and also and enhancement charge of first degree persistent felony offender. The indictment states that on Sept. 27 and 28, of 2010 Osborne was knowingly and unlawfully in possession of forged checks drawn on the account of Freddie and Thelma Fraley of Louisa for the amounts of $179.14 and $422.94. His brother, Thomas Osborne, 35, also of 121 Public Way, was indicted by the grand jury for three counts of Class D felony second degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and also an enhancement charge of second degree persistent felony offender. The indictment states that on Sept. 26 and 28, of 2010 Thomas Osborne was in possession of forged checks also drawn on the account of Freddie and Thelma Fraley in the amounts of $1,057.88 two of the checks and the third one $759.88.

Kevin Skaggs, of HWY 32, Louisa was indicted on charges of Class D felony cultivation of marijuana, more than five plants and a Class A misdemeanor charge of drug paraphernalia. The indictment states that on July 15, Skaggs committed the offense of planting, harvesting and cultivating more than five plants and was in possession of a marijuana “bong” pipe.

Howard Justin Adkins, 31, of Cottonwood Road, was indicted on charges from Aug. 4 of a Class D felony of operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs fourth offense within five years and a Class B misdemeanor charge of driving on a suspended license.

Emmanuel Lucas, 42, of Paulding, Ohio was indicted on charges of theft of identity, no insurance, no driver’s license and speeding 20 mph over limit. The indictment states that on Sept. 4, Lucas unlawfully used Brian Godoy’s social security number, date of birth and other biometric data with the intent to represent himself as Godoy in an attempt to avoid detection by authorities during an arrest made by Louisa Police Officers.
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Jan 22, 2011
 
Joseph T. Szumplawski, 40, of Lackey Avenue was indicted on a Class B charge of burglary in the first degree when on Nov. 26, he unlawfully entered the dwelling of Billy Cyrus with the intent to commit the crime of theft.

Trudy Harless, 30, of Highbottom was indicted on a Class C felony charge of second offense trafficking in a controlled substance when on May 3 she committed the offense of unlawfully trafficking in hydrocodone while having been previously convicted for the same offense.

Carlos Hayes, 40, of Rocky Top Road was indicted on charges of a Class D felony of possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, and an enhancement charge of persistent felony offender. Hayes is accused on May 14, 2010 of being in possession of Oxycodone an altered pen and altered piece od paper and syringes.

Misty Blevins, also known as Misty Dawn Howard, 23, of Lowmansville, was indicted on charges of first, second and third degree charges of possession of a controlled substance, persistent felony offender and escape in the second degree. The indictment states that on May 11, 2010 Blevins was in possession of Oxycodone, Hydrocodone and Alprazolam. The indictment also states that Blevins unlawfully escaped from custody from Detective Nick Hughes with the LPD.

Ricki Leanndra Kimbler, 22, of Dover and Joseph Muncy, 26, of Ulyssess are each indicted on complicity charges of Class D felony theft by unlawful taking over $500, criminal mischief in the first degree and fleeing and evading police. Both Kimbler and Muncy are accused of unlawfully taking two motorcycles (mini bikes) valued at $299 each from Louisa Tractor and Supply owned by Chuck Bishop on Nov. 25. The indictment also states that the two caused $1,000 worth of damage to a chain link security fence and were in possession of burglaryv tools such as chain cutting pliers and unlawfully disobeyed signals and commands in an attempt to flee and elude arrest from Dep. Chuck Jackson of the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Office. Muncy is also charged with persistent felony offender.

David Anthony Blake, 54, of Blaine was indicted on charges of theft by failure to make a required disposition of property over $300 when on May 1 he obtained property namely a Hustler brand mower with a value of $1,500 from Larry Kochert and acted under a claim of right to the property or service involved or a claim that he had a right to acquire or dispose of the property as if the property was his own.

Alice J. Pack, 54, of Louisa, was indicted on charges of tampering with physical evidence, possession of a controlled substance first and third degree prescription not in proper container and public intoxication. The indictment states that on Aug. 23, 2010 Pack unlawfully destroyed, mutilated, concealed removed or altered physical evidence which was about to be used in an official proceeding and also Pack was charged with possession of Oxycodone and Hydrocodone.
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Jan 22, 2011
 
12 people were arrested by the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department and Louisa Police Department during the weekend of January 15, 2011:

Donna Church, 49, of Lowmansville was arrested Jan. 15. Church was charged with alcohol intoxication when she was at Family Foods located south on US 23. and refused to leave the store. She was also charged with possession of marijuana after police found what they believed to be marijuana in a cigarette pack.

Gary Church, 48, of Lowansville was arrested Jan. 15 and charged with alcohol intoxication. Church was arrested when police found him walking on the side of US 23.

Fredrick Cole May, 27, of Louisa was arrested Jan. 15 on a bench warrant when he failed to appear in court Dec. 29 for disorderly conduct. He was also served with two more bench warrants for abscunding probation supervision.

Sally Fairchild, 36, of Fallsburg was arrested Jan. 14 for a cold check written to Chester and Kathy Vaughn for the amount of $400. Fairchild was charged with theft by deception. She was also served with a bench warrant for failing to appear in court on a license to be in possession charge and a bench warrant for failing to pay the court $315.50.

Michael J. Skaggs, 23, of Lowmansville was arrested Jan. 15 and charged with alcohol intoxication as he was walking southbound on US 23.

Joshua Zeek, 29, of Louisa. Zeek was arrested Jan. 13 and charged with fourth degree assault, harassing commuications and terroristic threatening.

Amanda Bowen, 23, of Inez, was arrested Jan. 14 and charged with alcohol intoxication.

Britteny SMith, 23, of Blaine was arrested Jan. 15, and charged with alcohol intoxication, two charges of menacing, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest. She was also served with a bench warrant on past charges.

Keith Orgovan, 53, of Blaine was arrested Jan. 15 and charged with DUI, operating on suspended license, no registration, no insurance, no headlights, improper turn signal and failure to notify DVM of address change.

Frank Marshall, 51, of Blaine, was arrested Jan. 15 and charged with alcohol intoxication.

Goerge Ramey II, 24, of Fort Gay, W.V. was arrested Jan. 15 and charged with operating on suspended license and no insurance.

Mickey Fyffe, 24, of Blaine was arrested Jan. 15 and charged with alcohol intoxication.

All were taken to Big Sandy Regional Detention Center by Lawrence County Jailer Phillip Triplett’s officers.
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Jan 22, 2011
 
A Louisa man was arrested after police found drugs in his possession during a routine traffic stop Monday.

According to a police report by Louisa Police Chief Phillip Claxon, on Monday January 17, 2011 at approximately 11:41 Officer Greg Powers observed Kenny O. Pack, 52, of Louisa, driving a loud off-road motorcycle without any lights on North Lock Avenue. Officer Powers stopped Pack and discovered that Pack was driving under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.

Pack was arrested and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs 1st offense, operating an ATV on the roadway, no motorcycle operators license, no rear view mirror on motorcycle, no registration plates, no tail lamps, no registration receipt, failure of non-owner operator to maintain required insurance, 1st offense, failure to register transfer of motor vehicle, license to be in possession, failure to produce insurance card, inadequate silencer and operating ATV w/o headgear on public property.

Deputy Sonny Mynhier of the Lawrence County Sheriff’s Department assisted Officer Powers with the stop and also charged Pack with possession of controlled substance, 3rd degree, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia after he found a pill bottle containing various prescription medication, marijuana and paraphernalia in a backpack the suspect had in his possession.

Once Mr. Pack was taken to the police department for processing, Claxon said the suspect attempted to destroy additional prescription medication that had been hidden on his person. Officer Powers then charged him with two counts of possession of a controlled substance 3rd degree and tampering with physical evidence, a class D felony.

Dep. Mynhier stated in his report that while assisting Ptl. Powers, he spotted a backpack in the vehicle Pack was driving. When the deputy asked Pack was in it he said “two cans of beer”. But when Pack opened it up the deputy said he observed a pill bottle and when it was handed to him the deputy stated he noticed the name was scratched off the bottle.

The officer said he then noticed another pill bottle that also had the name scratched off it. According to the deputy, after calling the poison control center the pills that were in the bottles were Clorazepam and phentermine both schedule IV drugs. The officer also noted that in the backpack was also marijuana and drug paraphernalia.

Pack was lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center without further incident. The investigation continues by Officer Powers.

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A Lawrence County woman pleaded guilty Jan. 13 and was sentenced to six months for fleeing and evading charges when she attempted to elude police for weeks and didn’t show up for a court appearance to answer drug trafficking charges form a UNITE Drug Roundup in 2009.

Brenda Johnson, 42, of Fallsburg was also in Lawrence County Circuit Court this Friday, Jan. 14, 2011 to hear her sentence of eight years for the original drug charges. In past court appearances Johnson was evaluated and found competent to stand trial although her attorneys argued that she was not.

Johnson was taken into custody Saturday, Jauary 8, reportedly while in a wheelchair, when police spotted her in Lawrence County. She was lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center without bond until her sentencing, where she will be incarcenated at a medium security prison somewhere in downstate Ky.
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Jan 22, 2011
 
is this you mark grayson? or one of his pee on's?

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