Indictments published on March 2nd

Published 7:03 pm Wednesday, March 1, 2017

The Jessamine County Grand Jury convened on Wednesday, Feb. 08, 2017 and returned the following results in open court on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017. 

• David Peel — second-degree escape; bail jumping; first-degree tampering with a prisoner monitoring device

• Jonathan Bolton — receiving stolen property, value $500 or more

• Travis Dailey — second-degree, burglary

• Vernon Evans — first-degree, assault 

• Christopher Jones — first-degree, trafficking in a controlled substance

• Austin Silvers —first-degree, trafficking in a controlled substance; operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license; second-degree, PFO

• Dewayne Thacker — second-offense, driving under the influence; first-degree, possession of a controlled substance

• Robert Wilburn, Jr.  — second-degree burglary; second degree, PFO

• Denver York — first-degree, possession of a controlled substance

• Wesley A. Back — theft by unlawful taking, $500 or more; first-degree, PFO

• Eugene D. Bonder — theft by unlawful taking, $500 or more; first-degree, PFO

• Amanda Carl — first-degree, promoting contraband

• William C. Elks —second-degree, robbery; first-degree, promoting contraband; tampering with physical evidence 

• Dominique P. Godfrey — receiving stolen property, firearm; operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs/alcohol, with aggravator; possession of marijuana; possession of drug paraphernalia; operating on a suspended/revoked license 

• Brittany L. Harrison — second-degree — two counts — criminal possession of forged instrument

• James Hitch — second-degree possession of a controlled substance; first-degree, possession of a controlled substance; possession of drug paraphernalia; resisting arrest

• Tamara Mucker — theft of identity

• Jamison Ratliff — theft by deception, over $10,000

• Virginia Rose — flagrant non-support

• Jason Sparks — theft by unlawful taking, over $500

• Frederick T. Spillman — receiving stolen property over $500; tampering with physical evidence; first-degree, PFO

• Christopher Wayne Williams — second degree, burglary; first degree, PFO

• William Mays — Alcohol Intoxication in a public place 

The Jessamine County Grand Jury convened on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2017 and returned the following results in open court the same day. 

• Terry Bayse — possession of a matter portraying sexual performance by a minor

• Jonathan Bolton and James Gosser — receiving stolen property, value $500 or more; second degree, PFO (Bolton) 

• Nathaniel Brezeale — operating a motor vehicle under the influence; first degree, wanton endangerment, (three counts); operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license. 

• Josh Brooks — third degree, assault

• Matthew Divelbiss — possession of a handgun by a convicted felon; first degree PFO 

• Jordan Hammock — receiving stolen property, value $500 or more

• James Kouns — operating a motor vehicle under the influence; murder; first degree, wanton endangerment (three counts); second degree PFO

• Thomas McFeely and Lynn Kirkpatrick — second degree, burglary 

• Donnie Sallee — receiving stolen property; first degree, trafficking in a controlled substance; first degree, possession of a controlled substance; third degree possession of a controlled substance; first degree promoting contraband

• Roger W. Baker, Jr. — second degree, criminal possession of forged instrument; first degree, PFO 

• Chase L. Copeland — public intoxication-controlled substances; first degree possession of controlled substance; possession of drug paraphernalia 

• Howard R. Rice, Jr. — theft of a firearm (three counts); receiving stolen property, $500 or more (two counts) 

• Bobby J. Sullens — second degree, burglary; receiving stolen property, $500 or more 

• Bobby J. Sullens — second degree, criminal possession of a forged instrument (12 counts) 

• Nathan S. Yost — second degree, burglary

• John Elkins — rescheduled for the March 8 docket

• Tona Sebastian —  rescheduled for the March 8 docket

• Haylie Campbell —  rescheduled for the March 8 docket

• Tyler Jeffers —  rescheduled for the March 8 docket