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Two indicted on burglary-related charges

Aug. 01, 2013 @ 12:33 AM

IRONTON -- Two Greenup County, Ky., residents arrested last month were indicted Wednesday by a Lawrence County grand jury on burglary and burglary-related charges. They were among 27 people indicted this week.

John M. Clark, 30, of Teddy Lane, Greenup, was indicted on five counts of burglary. A co-defendant, Tawanna L. Talbert, of Heaberlin Road, Wurtland, Ky., was indicted on three counts of complicity to burglary and one count of burglary. They are charged in connection with several daytime burglaries in June. Televisions, jewelry, firearms and other items were stolen.

The grand jury returned two sealed indictments in drug cases, said Prosecuting Attorney Brigham Anderson.

In another case, five people were indicted on charges they operated a meth lab July 20 in the South Point area.

Patrick C. Kelley, 36, of the 2200 block of Barbeque Street, Ashland, was indicted on a charge of illegal manufacture of drugs. Ashley R. Kelley, 21, of the same address, was charged with complicity to illegal manufacture of drugs. Also charged with complicity were: Cora B. Harmon, 22, of Carl Perkins Drive, Ashland; Jessica Robinson, 25, of County Road 1, South Point; and Elvis Adkins, 25, of the 500 block of Marion Pike, Coal Grove.

In other cases:

Raymond L. Parker, 52, of Griffithsvile, W.Va., was indicted on a charge of burglary.

Christine F. Parker, 42, of Ceder Crest Drive, Huntington, was indicted on a charge of complicity to burglary.

Cory A. Brewer, 23, of Township Road 109, South Point, was indicted on charges of felonious assault and endangering children.

Brandon Spencer, 30, of Township Road 1163, Proctorville, was indicted on charges of felonious assault and misdemeanor charges of assault, criminal damaging and two counts of endangering children.

Timothy E. Powell, 42, of County Road 407, South Point, was indicted on a charge of improperly discharging a firearm at or into a habitation and misdemeanor charges of criminal trespass, aggravated menacing and menacing.

Michelle D. Brandenburg, 22, of Township Road 1336, South Point, was indicted on charges of obstructing justice and endangering children.

David B. Kyle, 47, of Private Drive, Chesapeake, was indicted on charges of having weapons while under disability and cruelty to animals.

Myria N. Nikolov, 34, of the 100 block of Ashland Drive, South Point, was indicted on charges of tampering with evidence, possession of drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jess Pritchard Jr., 37, of the 700 block of Ashtabula Street, Ironton, was indicted on charges of assault on a peace officer, resisting arrest and failure to comply with order or signal of a police officer.

Terren C. Jenkins, 21, of County Road 52, Ironton, was indicted on a charge of failure to register.

David Lee Rowe Jr., 36, of the 500 block of Hecla Street, Ironton, was indicted on a charge of failure to register.

Gordon Meredith Jr., 46, of Township Road 1336, South Point, was indicted on charges of breaking and entering, possessing criminal tools and two misdemeanor counts of criminal trespass.

Dennis F. Walters, 33, and Angela M. Pruitt, 29, both of Ohio 217, Scottown, were indicted on a charge of breaking and entering.

Jason E. Ratcliff, 34, of Township Road 1334, South Point, was indicted on a charge of possession of drugs.

Roger D. Bledsoe, 40, of the 500 block of 22nd Street, Huntington, was indicted on charges of possession of drugs and possessing drug abuse instruments.

Margaret A. Sparks, 32, of the 1600 block of Luci Mae Drive, Flatwoods, Ky., was indicted on a charge of possession of drugs.

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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