Last updated: December 27. 2013 10:39AM -
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HAZARD—A Perry County woman arrested earlier this year on charges related to stealing from graves at the Rest Haven Cemetery was indicted this month and could face up to five years in jail if found guilty.


Maggie Hurley, 34, of Hazard, was arrested in April for allegedly taking less than $500 worth of items from graves at the Rest Haven Cemetery in Jeff. She has been indicted on one count theft by unlawful taking, and one count violating graves, a Class D felony. Bond was set at $20,000 cash.


The two men accused of burglarizing the Blue Goose Liquor Store in Cornettsville last month were also among those indicted this month. Edward Hampton, 28, and 18-year-old Austin Salley, both of Cornettsville, were indicted on one count each third-degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking over $500, tampering with physical evidence, and cultivate in marijuana under five plants. A cash bond was set for $25,000 each.


Shannon Hurt, 40, of Cornettsville, was indicted on one count of first-degree possession of a controlled substance, one count possession of firearms by a convicted felon, one count first degree wanton endangerment, and one count manufacturing methamphetamine. In September, Hurt was arrested for allegedly possessing equipment for manufacturing meth, as well as possessing meth, a handgun, and a shotgun in his home. Bail was set at $100,000 cash.


In another case, Hurt was also indicted on one count violation of a court order and one count first-degree unlawful imprisonment. Bail was set for $20,000 cash in that case.


Thirty-one-year-old Ryan York, of West Liberty, was indicted on one count second degree robbery after allegedly robbing someone at Magic Mart in November. A cash bond was set at $100,000.


Timothy Jones, 26, of Hazard, was indicted on one count second-degree assault for allegedly striking a man and breaking his jaw in August. Bail was set at $75,000 cash.


Derek Smith, 29, of Vicco, was indicted on three counts first-degree wanton endangerment and one count third-degree terroristic threatening. In September, Smith allegedly pointed a loaded Mossberg shotgun at Perry County Sheriff’s Deputy Tony Eversole and two others while Eversole was serving a writ of possession, threatening to shoot and kill Eversole. Bail was set at $50,000 cash in this case.


Paul Collins, II, 33, of Jackson, was indicted on one count operating on a suspended or revoked license, one count tampering with physical evidence, one count second-degree possession of a controlled substance, and one count first-degree promoting contraband. A $20,000 cash bond was set in the case.


Also indicted this month, 33-year-old Tasha McClees, of Jackson, was charged with one count public intoxication, one count third-degree possession of a controlled substance, one count second-degree possession of a controlled substance, and one count first-degree promoting contraband. Bail was set for $20,000 cash.


Jimmy D. Sizemore, 39, of Viper, was indicted on one count first-degree possession of a controlled substance and one count public intoxication. A $20,000 cash bond was set in the case.


Thirty-two-year-old Ryan Adkins, of Hazard, was indicted on one count receiving stolen property over $10,000. Bail was set at $20,000 cash.


Deloris Lumpkins, 42, of Hindman, was indicted on one count second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. Bail was set at $20,000 cash.


Charlotte Mullins, 37, of Bulan, was indicted on one count second-offense DUI, one count failure to produce insurance card, once count failure to maintain required insurance, one count first-degree possession of a controlled substance, one count third-degree possession of a controlled substance, and one count first-degree prescription drugs not in the prescribed container. Bail was set at $20,000 cash.


Robin Combs, 35, of Hazard, was indicted on one count first-degree possession of a controlled substance, one count third-degree possession of controlled substance, one count first-degree promoting contraband, and one count prescription drugs not in the proper container. A $20,000 cash bond was set in that case.


Roger Stollings, 32, of Hazard, was indicted on one count first-degree possession of a controlled substance, one count second-degree possession of a controlled substance, one count third-degree possession of a controlled substance, one count prescription drugs not in the proper container, one count second-offense DUI, once count failure to comply with the helmet law, and one count operating an ATV on the roadway. Bail was set at $20,000 cash.


Michael D. Neace, 39, of Hazard was indicted on one count second-degree burglary. A $30,000 cash bond was set in the case.


In a separate case, Manford Dale Davidson, 51, of Hazard, was indicted on one count second-degree burglary. Bail was set at $30,000 cash.


Also indicted this month were 64-year-old James Bailey and Pamela Phillips on one count each theft by unlawful taking over $500 and third-degree criminal mischief. In October, the pair allegedly took a water heater, stove, bed, and entertainment center worth over $500 from a house, damaging door knobs, busting drawers, and damaging 600 feet of copper wire in the walls in the process. A $20,000 cash bond was set for each in the case.


Twenty-seven-year-old Nicholas Slover was indicted on one count receiving stolen property under $10,000, after allegedly receiving two heat pumps in October knowing them to have been stolen. Bail was set for $20,000.


Rhoda Minks, 56, of Vicco, was indicted on one count first-degree promoting contraband, one count first-degree possession of a controlled substance, one count third-degree possession of a controlled substance, and one count prescription not in the proper container. Bail was set at $20,000 cash.


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