The Wayne County Outlook

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October 28, 2008

Grand jury returns 16 indictments

Monticello — The Wayne County Grand Jury met on Wednesday, October 22 and returned a

total of 16 indictments, including charges against a couple arrested earlier

this month in connection with the discovery of a meth lab in the Parnell

area.

Randall S. Winchester and Kendra J. Taylor were indicted for

manufacturing methamphetamine and for controlled substance endangerment to a

child fourth degree. The two were arrested by the Monticello Police

Department on October 6, after the components of a meth lab were discovered

in a home on the Webster-Spradlin Road.

Other indictments that were retuned include:

€ Kenny Dale Shelton was indicted for bail jumping first degree and bail

jumping second degree.

€ Dustin Southwood was indicted for two counts of theft by unlawful

taking over $300 and for persistent felony offender in the second degree.

€ Bobby Kay Coomer, Sr. was indicted for wanton endangerment second

degree.

€ Lonnie Mitchell Turner was indicted for theft by unlawful taking over

$300.

€ Christopher David Campbell was indicted for burglary third degree and

theft by unlawful taking. Margaret Ann Knowles was also included on the

indictment for receiving stolen property.

€ Jackie D. Piercy and Tommy Atkinson were included on one indictment

for burglary first degree and two counts of theft by unlawful taking over

$300. Atkinson was also indicted for persistent felony offender in the

second degree.

€ Jessie Evans and Tiffany Evans were included on one indictment for

possession of a controlled substance first degree. Evans was also indicted

for persistent felony offender in the second degree.

€ Shawn D. Tucker and Julie D. White were included on one indictment for

theft of a credit card and fraudulent use of a credit card. Tucker was also

indicted for persistent felony offender in the second degree.

€ Kristie M. Branch and Bobby L. Foster were included on one indictment.

Branch was indicted for theft by unlawful taking over $300. Foster was

indicted for receiving stolen property over $300 and persistent felony

offender in the first degree.

The grand jury also returned seven sealed indictments. The names of

individuals included in sealed indictments are not released until arrests

have been made.

Readers are reminded that grand jury indictments do not indicate guilt.

Indictments mean that further court action is necessary in a case.



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