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June 16, 2013

Greenup County indictments

GREENUP — The following defendants were named in indictments returned recently by a Greenup County grand jury:

‰Charles J. Worthington, 67, of Greenup, first-degree sexual abuse.

‰Tina M. Hanshaw, 48, of Ironton, first-degree burglary, persistent felony offender.

‰Ronald F. Savage, 65, of Flatwoods, first-degree drug trafficking, three counts.

‰Mary Beth Bowen, 52, of Flatwoods, first-degree drug trafficking, four counts.

‰James E. Bowen, 31, of Flatwoods, first-degree drug trafficking and second-degree drug trafficking.

‰Charles H. Fletcher, 24, of South Shore, first-degree drug trafficking, tampering with physical evidence, third-degree assault.

‰Joshua A. Glass, 23, of Portsmouth, first-degree drug trafficking and second-degree persistent felony offender.

‰Ruby J. Nunley, 31, of South Portsmouth, first-degree drug trafficking and tampering with physical evidence.

‰Aaron M. Higginbotham, 28, of Circleville, Ohio, first-degree drug trafficking.

‰Stephanie L. Smith, 31, of Russell, first-degree criminal abuse, fourth-degree assault, possession of marijuana , possession of drug paraphernalia.

‰Stephen D. Epperson, 34, of Winchester, first-degree criminal abuse, fourth-degree assault.

‰Thomas E. Finley, 26, of Ashland, theft.

‰Matthew D. Conley, 36, of Russell, flagrant non-support.

‰Tyler S. Brant, 18, of South Shore, theft of a firearm, fleeing police.

‰Vicki L. Cooper, 36, of Lucasville, first-degree promoting contraband, first-degree drug possession, possession of drug paraphernalia.

‰Gary E. Willis, 41, of Kitts Hill, engaging in organized crime, theft, first-degree persistent felony offender.

‰Shawna M. McReynolds, 25, of Greenup, first-degree bail jumping, second-degree persistent felony defender.

‰Stanley R. Jenkins, 46, of Ashland, receiving stolen property, a firearm, two counts, receiving stolen property valued over $500, one count.

‰Jeffrey A. Kiser, 27, of Grayson, third-degree burglary, theft.

‰Christopher T. Thornsberry, 35, of Flatwoods, second-degree burglary, theft, first-degree persistent felony offender.

‰Johnya Michelle Workman, 30, of Flatwoods, second-degree burglary, theft.

‰Steven J. Bowen, 56, of Flatwoods, complicity to drug trafficking, three counts, tampering with physical evidence.

‰Erin N. Melvin, 27, of Greenup, welfare fraud.

‰Lisa Jean Howard, 33, of Greenup, welfare fraud, second-degree persistent felony offender.

‰Shawnda R. Leadingham, 32, of Raceland, welfare fraud.

‰Bryan Jackson Byrd, 31, of Russell, welfare fraud.

‰Bobbie K. Blair, 48, of Wurtland, welfare fraud.

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