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Nelson County grand jury indictments from March 15

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Note: The indictment of a person by a grand jury or otherwise is an accusation only and that person is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

The following people have been indicted by a Nelson County grand jury. They are set for arraignment in Nelson Circuit Court April 6.

Timothy A. Harrington, 36, of Louisville, first-degree complicity of controlled substance (first offense), complicity to possession of drug paraphernalia, first-degree complicity to criminal trespass, complicity to endangering welfare of minor. On or about Jan. 2, Harrington, either acting alone or in concert with two other people, unlawfully possessed methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, unlawfully entered a residential premise, and endangered the welfare of a minor by being legally charged with care or custody of him or her. Bail was set $9,500 cash only, plus conditions.

Thomas W. Biggers Jr., 21, of Louisville, first-degree complicity to possession of controlled substance, complicity to possession of drug paraphernalia, first-degree complicity to criminal trespass, complicity to endangering welfare of minor, second-degree persistent felony offender. On or about Jan. 2, Biggers, either acting alone or in concert with two other people, unlawfully possessed methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, unlawfully entered a residential premise, and endangered the welfare of a minor by being legally charged with care or custody of him or her. Biggers is a persistent felony offender, having previously been convicted of reckless homicide. Bail was set $9,500 cash only, plus conditions.

Erica D. Cooley, 26, of Louisville, first-degree complicity to possession of controlled substance (first offense), complicity to possession of drug paraphernalia, first-degree complicity to criminal trespass, complicity to endangering welfare of minor, second-degree persistent felony offender. On or about Jan. 2, Cooley, either acting alone or in concert with two other people, unlawfully possessed methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, unlawfully entered a residential premise, and endangered the welfare of a minor by being legally charged with care or custody of him or her. Cooley is a persistent felony offender, having previously been convicted of second-degree forgery and theft by unlawful taking. Bail was set $9,500 cash only, plus conditions.

Christian Raisor, 18, of Louisville, first-degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking/disposition (firearm). On or about Feb. 20, Raisor unlawfully entered or remained in a building with the intent to commit a crime, and unlawfully stole a Bayard Arms 20-gauge shotgun. Bail was set $25,000 cash only, plus conditions.

Christian Raisor, 18, of Louisville, receiving stolen property. On or about Feb. 17, Raisor received, retained or disposed of a 2006 Polaris ATV belonging to Wayne’s Farm, knowing or with reason to believe it was stolen. Bail was set at $5,000 cash only, plus conditions.

Dana Jeannine Stahley, 29, of Bardstown, complicity to receiving stolen property. On or about Dec. 16, 2016, Stahley, either acting alone or in concert with William Sanders, unlawfully received a 2005 Chevrolet Impala belonging to someone else, while knowing that it was stolen. Bail was set $5,000 cash only, plus conditions.

William Ray Sanders Jr., 29, of Louisville, complicity to receiving stolen property, second-degree persistent felony offender. On or about Dec. 16, 2016, Sanders unlawfully received a 2005 Chevrolet Impala belonging to someone else while knowing that it was stolen. Sanders is a persistent felony offender, having previously been convicted of third-degree complicity to burglary. Bail was set $5,000 cash only, plus conditions.

Anthony Ray White, 48, of Mt. Washington, theft by unlawful taking, first-degree persistent felony offender. On or about Feb. 4, White unlawfully stole a 2014 black Ford Mustang GT Convertible belonging to Conway Heaton Automotive Center. White is a persistent felony offender, having previously been convicted of theft by unlawful taking, receiving stolen property, second-degree escape, second-degree possession of forged instrument, first-degree wanton endangerment, theft of motor vehicle decal and first-degree burglary. Bail was set $25,000 cash only, plus conditions.

Roy L. Case, 57, of Bloomfield, trafficking controlled substances within 1,000 feet of school, trafficking in synthetic drugs (first offense), possession of drug paraphernalia, first-degree persistent felony offender. On or about May 23, 2016, Case sold spice to a confidential informant within 1,000 feet of a school, unlawfully sold synthetic drugs to a confidential informant, and unlawfully possessed drug paraphernalia. Case is a persistent felony offender, having previously been convicted of unlawful possession of meth and unlawful distribution of meth. Bail was set $9,500 cash only, plus conditions.

Samantha Curtsinger, 25, of Bardstown, first-degree possession of controlled substance (first offense), possession of drug paraphernalia. On or about Feb. 20, Curtsinger unlawfully possessed Percocet and drug paraphernalia. Bail was set $5,000 cash only, plus conditions.

Alexander Cole Roberts (aka Alex Roberts), 19, of Bloomfield, complicity to trafficking in marijuana, complicity to possession of drug paraphernalia, complicity to possession of marijuana. On or about March 7, Roberts, either acting alone or in concert with Terry Roberts, unlawfully possessed marijuana with the intent to sell or transfer it and possessed drug paraphernalia. Bail was set $9,500 cash only, plus conditions.

Terry Keith Roberts, 55, of Bloomfield, complicity to trafficking in marijuana, first-degree possession of controlled substance (first offense), complicity to possession of drug paraphernalia, complicity to possession of marijuana. On or about March 7, 2017, Roberts, either acting alone or in concert with Alexander Roberts, unlawfully possessed marijuana with the intent to sell or transfer it, unlawfully possessed drug paraphernalia and alone possessed hydrocodone. Bail was set $20,000 cash only, plus conditions.

Charles Newton, 52, of New Haven, trafficking in marijuana, trafficking controlled substances within 1,000 feet of school, possession of drug paraphernalia, second-degree persistent felony offender. On or about Feb. 13, Newton unlawfully possessed marijuana with the intent to sell when having previously been convicted of trafficking in marijuana, possessed marijuana with the intent to transfer it within 1,000 feet of New Haven School, and unlawfully possessed drug paraphernalia. Newton is a persistent felony offender, having previously been convicted of second-degree complicity to trafficking marijuana. Bail was set $9,500 cash only, plus conditions.

Ray A. Calbert, 40, of Bardstown, failure to comply with sex offender registry, first-degree persistent felony offender. On or about Nov. 2, 2016, Calbert failed to comply with sex offender registry. Calbert is a persistent felony offender, having previously been convicted of tampering with physical evidence, first-degree possession of controlled substance, flagrant non-support, first-degree trafficking in controlled substance, and complicity to sexual abuse. Bail was set $25,000 cash only, plus conditions.

William G. “Red” Morris, 39, of New Haven, second-degree assault. On or about April 19, 2016, Morris hit another person with a stick in the head and rib cage. Bail was set $9,500 cash only, plus conditions.

Marcus W. Staten, 26, of Bardstown, second-degree complicity to burglary, second-degree complicity to possession of a forged instrument, two counts of complicity to theft by unlawful taking. On or about Nov. 15, 2016, Staten, either acting alone or in concert with three others, unlawfully entered or remained in a residence with the intent to commit a crime, possessed a forged check in the amount of $300, and unlawfully stole an iPad, coins and money. Bail was set $9,500 cash only, plus conditions.

Angela J. Blair, 33, of Shepherdsville, first-degree possession of controlled substance (first offense), possession of drug paraphernalia. On or about Nov. 29, 2016, Blair unlawfully possessed heroin and drug paraphernalia. Bail was set $5,000 cash only, plus conditions.

Sarah Beth Johnson, 29, of Bardstown, second-degree complicity to burglary, second-degree complicity to possession of a forged instrument, two counts of complicity to theft by unlawful taking. On or about Nov. 15, 2016, Johnson, either acting alone or in concert with three others, unlawfully entered or remained in a residence with the intent to commit a crime, possessed a forged check in the amount of $300, and unlawfully stole an iPad, coins and money. Bail was set $9,500 cash only, plus conditions.

Jason Young, 29, of Hodgenville, first-degree rape, two counts of first-degree unlawful transaction with a minor (less than 16 years old), two counts of first-degree unlawful transaction with a minor (less than 18 years old), distribution of obscene matter to minors. On or about Dec. 10, 2016, Young engaged in sexual intercourse with another person by the use of forcible compulsion, knowingly caused a minor to engage in illegal controlled substances activity other than activity involving marijuana, and knowingly sent, exhibited or distributed an obscene photograph to a minor. Bail was set $100,000 cash only, plus conditions.

Ashley N. Fogle, 29, of Bardstown, second-degree complicity to burglary, second-degree complicity to possession of a forged instrument, two counts of complicity to theft by unlawful taking. On or about Nov. 15, 2016, Fogle, either acting alone or in concert with three others, unlawfully entered or remained in a residence with the intent to commit a crime, possessed a forged check in the amount of $300, unlawfully stole an iPad, coins and money. Bail was set $9,500 cash only, plus conditions.

Gregory Dylan Vaught, 23, of Bardstown, theft by unlawful taking. Between April and November, 2016, Vaught unlawfully took cash belonging to My Old Kentucky Home Golf Course.

Zackary A. Marksbury, 19, of Bardstown, second-degree complicity to burglary, second-degree complicity to possession of a forged instrument, two counts of complicity to theft by unlawful taking. On or about Nov. 15, 2016, Marksbury, either acting alone or in concert with three others, unlawfully entered a residence with the intent to commit a crime, possessed a forged check in the amount of $300, and unlawfully took an iPad, coins and money. Bail was set $9,500 cash only, plus conditions.

Catherine D. Borders, 53, of Bardstown, first-degree possession of controlled substance (first offense), possession of drug paraphernalia. On or about March 1, Borders unlawfully possessed methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia. Bail was set $9,500 cash only, plus conditions.

Sarah Beth Johnson, 39, of Bardstown, complicity to theft by unlawful taking. On or about Nov. 15, Johnson, either acting alone or in concert with two others, unlawfully took merchandise belonging to Walmart. Bail was set $5,000 cash only, plus conditions.

Catherine D. Borders, 53, of Bardstown, first-degree trafficking in controlled substances, first-degree trafficking in controlled substances (heroin). On or about Feb. 3, Borders unlawfully sold methamphetamine and heroin to a confidential informant. Bail was set $9,500 cash only, plus conditions.

Ashley N. Fogle, 29, of Bardstown, complicity to theft by unlawful taking. On or about Nov. 15, 2016, Fogle, either acting alone or in concert with two others, unlawfully took merchandise belonging to Walmart. Bail was set $5,000 cash only, plus conditions.