Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

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January 25, 2012

Carter County indictments

GRAYSON — The following defendants were name in indictments returned recently by a Carter County grand jury:

‰Michael Scott Ludwig, 27, charged with theft, receiving stolen property and three counts of third-degree burglary.

‰Brian Burnette, 27, of Sandy Hook, charged with theft, receiving stolen property and two counts of third-degree burglary.

‰Amanda Kimmel, 23; Daniel Mays, 42; David Kimmel, 26; Nicole Ludwig, 22; and April Rogers, 30; all of Grayson, each charged with third-degree burglary.

‰Brenda Lunsford, 25, and John Frazier, 37, both of Nicholasville, both charged with first-degree criminal mischief, theft and possession of burglary tools.

‰Dominico Mendoza, 26, of Grayson, charged with second-degree rape.

‰Joy May, 48, of Grayson, charged with two counts of wanton endangerment and one count of fighting in close proximity to an infant.

‰George Johnson, 30, of Webbville, charged with receiving stolen property.

‰Brian Johnson, 24, of Webbville, charged with receiving stolen property.

‰Randal Lucas, 22, of Grayson, charged with theft.

‰Jessica Frazier Brown, 26, of Olive Hill, charged with one count of criminal possession of a forged instrument.

‰Tom Carper, 42, of Grayson, charged with first-degree wanton endangerment.

‰Bryon Bustetter, 31, of Grayson, charged with one count of theft.

‰William White, 41, of Hitchins, charged with on one count of receiving stolen property.

‰George Johnson, 31, of Webbville, charged with eight counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument.

‰Sonja Sammons, 46, of Olive Hill, charged with one count of theft.

‰Jeffery Salyers, 36, of Grayson, charged with one count of first-degree drug possession.

‰Summer Lewis, 31, of Olive Hill, charged with one count of fraudulently obtaining food stamps and one count of welfare fraud.

‰Derek Hale, 24, of Grayson, on one count of second-degree burglary, a Class C felony.

‰Delbert Haines, 26, of Morehead, charged with one count of first-degree drug possession, receiving stolen property and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.

A grand jury indictment is a formal accusation of a crime and does not establish guilt.

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