By Carl Keith Greene / Staff Writer
Seven indictments returned Friday in Laurel Circuit Court charged 14 with conspiracy to make methamphetamine.
• Dale Henson, 29, and Frankie Pavlick, 26, of London, were charged with criminal conspiracy to make meth, three counts of fourth-degree controlled substance endangerment of a child, unlawful distribution of a meth precursor. Henson, first-degree persistent felony offender (PFO).
• Tashina Hubbard, 28, Dronda R. Mills, 29, and Deacon Taylor 28, of Manchester, were charged with criminal conspiracy to make meth and failure to wear seat belts.
• Johnny Wyatt, 40, of London, and Penny Collett, 42, of Essie, were charged with criminal conspiracy to make meth, making meth, three counts of fourth-degree controlled substance endangerment of a child, cultivating less than five plants of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and Collett, second degree PFO.
• John R. Cornett, 37, and Sheila M. Cornett (aka Burke), 32, of Corbin, were charged with criminal conspiracy to make meth, making meth, cultivating more than five plants of marijuana. John Cornett was charged with first-degree PFO.
• George Couch, 30, Priscilla Couch, 26, and Daffany Dugger, 23, of London, criminal conspiracy to make meth, making meth, fourth-degree controlled substance endangerment to a child and George Couch was charged with being a second-degree PFO.
• Steven Lay, 49, and Melissa Mink, 25, of Corbin and Brian Bernardo, 37, of Williamsburg, criminal conspiracy to make meth and making meth.
• Russell Love, 35, and Stephanie Love 34, of Corbin, criminal conspiracy to make meth and Russell Love, second-degree PFO.
• Ernie Smith, 31, of London, making meth;
• Edward Hicks, 36, and Jessica Sizemore, 21, of London, were charged with making meth and first-degree possessing a controlled substance. Hicks was charged with driving under the influence, failure to give half the road to oncoming traffic, possessing marijuana, first-degree fleeing or evading police and resisting arrest. Sizemore was charged with public intoxication.
• Paul Depew, 40, and Bobbie Collett, 30, of London and Timothy Sizemore, 28, of Manchester, making meth and possessing drug paraphernalia and Sizemore second degree PFO.
• Roy Wayne Osborne, 36, of London, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, tampering with physical evidence, two counts third degree possessing a controlled substance, possessing drug paraphernalia and first-degree PFO.
• Jonathan S. Eversole, 33, and Dustin Lee Radford, 19, of London, first-, second- and third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, receiving stolen property between $500 an $10,000 and public intoxication.
• Joshua Stopher, 29, of London, first- and third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, public intoxication and possessing drug paraphernalia.
• Tommy Eugene Walker, 38, of Corbin, second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance.
• Junior Asher, 40, and Robin Burkhart, 38 of London, Asher, four counts first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, two counts second-degree trafficking and possessing marijuana. Burkhart, four counts of first-degree trafficking, one count second degree trafficking and possessing marijuana.
• Donald Jent, 36, and Larry Neal Baker, 33, of London, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, second-degree burglary and possession of drug paraphernalia. Jent alone, theft of motor vehicle license plate, driving on a suspended license and driving under the influence. Baker alone, public intoxication and second-degree PFO.
• Jesse Lewis, 30, of London, first-degree possessing a controlled substance, driving under the influence and possessing drug paraphernalia.
• Scott Estes, 38, of Mount Vernon, first-degree possessing a controlled substance, second-degree possessing, two counts third-degree possessing and trafficking in less than eight ounces marijuana.
• Paul Depew, 40, of London, first-degree possessing a controlled substance, driving under the influence and possessing drug paraphernalia.
• Haley M. Whiehead, 26, of London, first-degree possessing a controlled substance, first degree trafficking in a controlled substance, possessing drug paraphernalia and first degree PFO.
• Speed Marcum Tye, 43, of Corbin, trafficking in eight ounces to five pounnds of marijuana, two counts of trafficking in marijuana less than eight ounces and second-degree PFO.
• Tommy R. Barton II, 32, of Corbin, prescription forgery.
• Stephanie Allen, 27, of London, unauthorized procurement of a controlled substance.
By Carl Keith Greene / Staff Writer
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