Lincoln grand jury indicts 16
Suspects in two separate armed robberies were indicted last week by a Lincoln County grand jury.
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#1 Jul 3, 2011
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10:28 a.m. EDT, June 9, 2011
STANFORD — Suspects in two separate armed robberies were indicted last week by a Lincoln County grand jury.
Kenneth Tuttle, 35, of 3555 Harmons Lick Road, Crab Orchard, was charged with first-degree robbery for allegedly using a knife when he took cash from D&M Market in Crab Orchard on March 19.
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Bond was set at $100,000. Deputy Johnny Williams testified before the grand jury.
In another incident, David Lawson Jr., 22, of 3095 Ky. 1247, and Ryan Ellis, 21, of 10005 Green River Road, were each charged with first-degree robbery for allegedly using a firearm and causing physical injury to Jacob T. Brewer while robbing him on March 30. Bonds were set at $100,000 each. Deputy Jeremy Garrison testified.
Kaci Tankersly, age unknown, of Stanford, was charged with complicity to commit first-degree robbery for alleging helping Lawson and Ellis in robbing Brewer. Her bond was set at $50,000.
Others indicted were:
Jamie D. Todd, 35, of 5940 Ky. 698, and Jeffrey Ray Savage, 25, of 620 Meadow Brook Road, manufacturing methamphetamine on Feb. 2. Bonds were set at $25,000 each. Williams testified.
Patrick Boyle, 46, 688 Slate Branch Road, failure to register as a sex offender on April 7. Bond was set at $25,000. Trooper Eric Taylor testified.
Otha G. Wesley, 38, 600 Ike Singleton Road, Waynesburg, manufacturing methamphetamine on July 2. Bond was set at $25,000. Sheriff Curt Folger testified.
Ronnie McQueary, 47, 3515 Ky. 1778, Hustonville, manufacturing methamphetamine on April 29. Bond was set at $25,000. Folger testified.
Michael J. Denson, 30, Aileen Berry, 19, and Sara Towler, 23, all of Stanford, and David G. Walls, 34, and Paul D. Brown, 33, both of Lancaster, burglary and theft more than $500 for allegedly unlawfully entering Scott Stanley’s home on July 29 and taking his property. Bonds were set at $25,000 each. Folger testified.
Isaac D. Stokes, 34, of Stanford, trafficking in cocaine in September 2009. Bond was set at $25,000. Folger testified.
Darrell Hill, 51, of 688 O.K. Schuler Road, Waynesburg, intimidating a participant in a legal process and terroristic threatening for allegedly engaging in conduct that threatened to do harm to Deputy Johnny Williams, whom he believes to be a witness against him on Feb. 27. Bond was set at $25,000.
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