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Boyd jury returns indictments

Jul. 17, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

CATLETTSBURG, Ky. -- A Boyd County grand jury Monday returned more than a dozen indictments, many of them on drug charges, according to the office of Commonwealth's Attorney David Justice.

Steven L. Clark, 36, of Ashland, was indicted on charges of manufacturing meth, possession of meth and being a persistent felony offender.

Shannon O. Fankell, 35, of Grayson, Ky., was indicted on charges of manufacturing meth, possession of meth and being a persistent felony offender.

Dakota L. Stanley, 24, of Ashland, was indicted on charges of manufacturing meth, possession of meth and fleeing or evading police.

Levi Ledford, 30, of Grayson, was indicted on charges of manufacturing meth and possession of meth.

David M. Prince, 28, of Grayson, was indicted on charges of manufacturing meth and possession of meth.

Orlando T. Barbour, 44, of Ashland, was indicted on charges of trafficking in controlled substances.

James M. Caines, 34, of Ashland, was indicted on charges of trafficking in a controlled substance and being a persistent felony offender.

Kenneth Hunt, 54, of Ashland, was indicted on a charge of trafficking in a controlled substance.

Also indicted were:

Jonathan Enyart, 23, of Ashland, was charged with robbery and being a persistent felony offender.

Tara Hale, 36, of Ashland, was charged with welfare fraud.

Mary Sparks, 30, of Ashland, was charged with welfare fraud.

Megan Davidson, 26, of Ashland, was charged with welfare fraud.

James Spurlock, 54, of Catlettsburg, was charged with theft.

William D. Mollett, 31, of Ironton, was charged with theft.

An indictment is a formal charge made against a person by a grand jury. It does not establish guilt or innocence.

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