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Judge Coleman hears cases during Motion Day hearings

The Hancock County Motion Day docket for Friday, November 17, 2023.

The Honorable Timothy R. Coleman presiding.

Criminal Docket

Arles Young, sentencing, three charges. 1) Possession of marijuana. 2) Drug paraphernalia-buy/possession. 3) Possession of a controlled substance-first degree-second offense. Probation denied.

Jason D. Curry, arraignment, five charges. 1) Possession of a controlled substance-first degree-first offense. 2) Drug paraphernalia-buy/possession. 3) License plate not legible. 4) Failure to or improper signal. 5) Failure to wear seat belts. Court notice sent for the defendant to appear on December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Michael Taylor, arraignment, three charges. 1) Possession of a controlled substance-first degree-first offense. 2) Drug paraphernalia-buy/possession. 3) Possession of marijuana. The defendant entered a plea of guilty; a pretrial diversion agreement signed.

Logan Peay, other hearing, four charges. 1) Burglary-third degree. 2) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition auto-$10,000 or more but under $1 million. 3) Criminal mischief-second degree. 4) Being a persistent felony offender in the first degree. No action.

Jonathan D. Adams, review, two charges. 1) Criminal possession of a forged instrument-second degree. 2) Theft by deception including cold checks under $10,000. No action.

Ernest D. Alexander, other hearing, two charges. 1) Flagrant nonsupport. 2) Probation violation for a felony offense. The defendant failed to appear; the court issued a $1,000 bench warrant.

Matthew D. Bailey, pretrial conference, five charges. 1) Burglary-third degree. 2) Criminal trespass-second degree. 3) Theft by unlawful taking parts from vehicle. 4) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition all others $10,000 or more but under $1 million. 5) Criminal mischief-third degree. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Jacklyn G. Basham, other hearing, five charges. 1) Bail Jumping-first degree. 2) Shock probation in a felony conviction. 3) Shock probation in a felony conviction. 4) Probation for a felony offense. 5) Parole violation. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Raymond Bass, pretrial conference, two charges of trafficking in a controlled substance first degree first offense two or more grams of methamphetamine. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Timothy P. Baumeister, review, three charges. 1) Theft by failure to make required deposition of property. 2) Probation violation for felony offense. 3) Probation violation for felony offense. No action.

Kelsey V. Berry, pretrial conference, receiving stolen property under $10,000. The defendant’s pretrial conference continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Kelsey V. Berry, pretrial conference, bail jumping-first degree. The defendant’s pretrial conference continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

James Christian Boutcher, motion hour, motion to withdraw, nine charges. 1) Assault fourth degree domestic violence minor injury. 2) Wanton endangerment-first degree. 3) Menacing. 4) Terroristic threatening-third degree. 5) Violation of Kentucky EPO/DVO. 6) Violation of Kentucky EPO/DVO. 7) Violation of Kentucky EPO/DVO. 8) Violation of Kentucky EPO/DVO. 9) Probation violation for a felony offense. Department of Public Advocacy appointed.

John Burk, pretrial conference, seven charges. Five charges of sexual abuse in the first degree, one charge of incest-forcible compulsion/incapable of consent or under 18 years of age and one charge of unlawful transaction with a minor-first degree-illegal sex act under age 16. The defendant’s pretrial conference continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Trevor Carter, other hearing, seven charges. 1) Wanton endangerment-first degree. 2) Wanton endangerment-first degree. 3) Convicted felon in possession of a firearm. 4) Tampering with physical evidence. 5) Terroristic threatening-third degree. 6) Being a persistent felony offender in the second degree. 7) Probation violation for felony offense. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Thomas A. Chumney, other hearing, theft by deception including cold checks over $10,000 or more. No action.

Natasha J. Collett, review, false statements/misrepresentation to receive benefits of $100 or more. The defendant’s case continued to 1-26-24 at 10 am.

Melissa Cox, to enter plea, five charges. 1) Theft of identity of another without consent. 2) Criminal possession of a forged instrument-second degree. 3) Unlawful access to a computer-first degree. 4) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition $10,000 or more but under $1 million. 5) Engaging in organized crime-criminal syndicate. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Michael B. Dunn, other hearing, seven charges. 1) Trafficking in a controlled substance-first degree-first offense two or more grams of methamphetamine. 2) Trafficking in a controlled substance-first degree-first offense-schedule one and two drug unspecified. 3) First degree possession of a controlled substance-drug unspecified-first offense. 4) First degree possession of a controlled substance-drug unspecified-first offense 5) No/expired registration plates. 6) Operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license. 7) Failure to produce insurance card. The court to hold in abeyance; the defendant to report to drug court.

Daniel Durbin, pretrial conference, seven charges. 1) Enhancement trafficking in a controlled substance-first degree-first offense two or more grams of methamphetamine. 2) Wanton endangerment-first degree. 3) Convicted felon in possession of a handgun 4) Enhancement drug paraphernalia-buy/possession. 5) Giving an officer false identifying information. 6) Theft of identity of another without consent. 7) Enhancement trafficking in marijuana less than eight ounces-first offense. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am

Jeremy Scott Flener, pretrial conference, 216 total charges. Twenty charges of rape in the first-degree victim under 12 years of age. Twenty charges of rape in the first degree. Four Charges of sodomy in the first degree. Twenty charges of incest-victim under 12 years-of-age or serious physical injury. Twenty-four charges of incest-forcible compulsion/incapable of consent or under 18 years-of-age. Twenty charges of sexual abuse in the first degree-victim under 12 years-of-age. Twenty charges of sexual abuse-first degree, and 89 charges of unlawful transaction with a minor-first degree illegal sex act under age 16. The defendant’s pretrial conference continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Monta D. Goodnight, pretrial conference, five charges. 1) Burglary-third degree. 2) Criminal trespass-second degree. 3) Theft by unlawful taking parts from vehicle. 4) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition all others $10,000 or more but under $1 million. 5) Criminal mischief The defendant in federal custody. The defendant’s pretrial conference continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Ryan C. Green, pretrial conference, nine charges. 1) Reckless driving. 2) Wanton endangerment-first degree. 3) Wanton endangerment-first degree. 4) Failure to wear seat belts. 5) Failure to produce insurance card. 6) No operator’s/moped license. 7) Improper equipment. 8) Menacing. 9) Menacing. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Paul W. Guillaume, other hearing, five charges.  1) Operating on a suspended/revoked operator’s license 2) Failure to issue insurance card. 3) Improper registration plate. 4) Carrying a concealed deadly weapon. 5) Possession of a controlled substance-first degree-first offense. Costs waived.

Darian Guth, pretrial conference, two charges. 1) Sexual abuse-first degree-victim under 12 years-of-age. 2) Failure to comply with the sex offender registry-first offense. The defendant’s pretrial conference continued to 1-26-24 at 10 am.

Barbara Gwin, pretrial conference, two charges of trafficking in a controlled substance-first degree-first offense two or more grams of methamphetamine. The defendant failed to appear; the court issued a bench warrant for $1,000.

Marcie Harris, other hearing, two charges. 1) Knowingly abusing/neglection of adult by person. 2) Wanton abuse/neglect of adult by person. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Cynthia Joan Hinkle, pretrial conference, flagrant nonsupport. The defendant’s case continued to 1-26-24 at 10 am.

Randall Horton, other hearing, theft by unlawful taking or disposition auto $1,000 or more but under $10,000. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Katherine Howard, to enter a plea, four charges. 1) Fraudulent use of a credit card. 2) Unlawful access to a computer-first degree. 3) Theft of identity of another without consent. 4) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition all others $1,000 or more but under $10,000. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Katherine Howard, pretrial conference, five charges. 1) Theft of identity of another without consent. 2) Criminal possession of forged instruments-second degree. 3) Unlawful access to a computer-first degree. 4) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition all others $10,000 or more but under $1 million. 5) Engaging in organized crime-criminal syndicate. No action listed.

Angelica King, review, false statements/misrepresentation to receive benefits of $100. The case set for review on 4-26-24 at 10 am.

Angelica King, review, flagrant nonsupport. Charge dismissed.

Timothy Allen Lainhart, sentencing, two charges. 1) Theft by failure to make required disposition of property greater than $10,000. 2) Being a persistent felony offender in the first degree. Probation granted.

Brittany N. Mallory, pretrial conference, two charges. 1) Burglary-third degree. 2) Possession of burglary tools. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Christopher McBride, pretrial conference, nine charges. 1) Sodomy-first degree. 2) Incest-forcible compulsion/incapable of consent or under 18 years-of-age. 3) Sexual abuse-first degree. 4) Sexual abuse-first degree. 5) Unlawful transaction with a minor illegal sex act under 16 years-of-age. 6) Sexual abuse-first degree. 7) Unlawful transaction with a minor illegal sex act under 16 years-of-age. Sexual abuse-first degree. 8) Unlawful transaction with a minor illegal sex act under 16 years-of-age. 9) Unlawful transaction with a minor-second degree. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Jiera McIntosh, pretrial conference, four charges. 1) Assault-third degree-police/probation officer. 2) Burglary-second degree. 3) Assault fourth degree minor injury. 4) Resisting arrest. The defendant in rehab; the defendant’s case continued to 1-26-24 at 10 am.

Diana McKinney, pretrial conference, two charges. 1) Murder. 2) Tampering with physical evidence. The defendant’s case continued to 1-26-24 at 10 am.

Marcus Blake McNeese, pretrial conference, six charges. 1) Unlawful imprisonment-first degree. 2) Convicted felon in possession of a firearm. 3) Assault fourth degree dating violence no visible injury. 4) Wanton endangerment-first degree. 5) Wanton endangerment-first degree. 6) Wanton endangerment-first degree. The defendant’s case continued to 1-26-24 at 10 am.

Leonard J. Melton, to enter plea, two charges. 1) Convicted felon in possession of a handgun. 2) Being a persistent felony offender in the second degree. The defendant’s pretrial conference scheduled for 1-26-24 at 10 am; the defendant’s trial scheduled for 2-25-24 at 9 am.

Krysten Mooney, pretrial conference, five charges. 1) Theft of identity of another without consent. 2) Criminal possession of a forged instrument-second degree. 3) Unlawful access to a computer-first degree. 4) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition all other $10,000 or more but less than $1 million 5) Engaging in organized crime-criminal syndicate. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Megan Mundy, pretrial conference, nine charges. 1) Criminal possession of a forged instrument-second degree 2) Criminal trespass-second degree. 3) Falsely reporting an incident. 4) Harassing communications. 5) Harassing communications. 6) Intimidating a participant in the legal process.7) Custodial interference. 8) Custodial interference. 9) Custodial interference. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Cody Patton, other hearing, two charges. 1) Convicted felon in possession of a handgun. 2) Sell/transfer firearm to one prohibited from possessing/felon. The court issued a bench warrant for $12,500

Alex S. Payne, sentencing, 24 charges. Twelve charges of wanton endangerment in the first degree and 12 charges of menacing. The case is probated.

Justin Powell, arraignment, two charges. 1) Wanton endangerment-first degree. 2) Assault second degree. Active warrant.

Janice Rearden, other hearing, four charges. 1) Operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol .08 first. 2) Possession of a controlled substance-first degree-third or greater offense. 3) Drug paraphernalia-buy/possession. 4) Trafficking in a controlled substance-first degree-first offense two or more grams of methamphetamine. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Carie Roberts, pretrial conference, four charges. 1) Criminal mischief-first degree. 2) Burglary-third degree. 3) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition from building $1,000 or more but under $10,000. 4) Theft by unlawful taking from building. The defendant’s case continued to 1-26-24 at 10 am.

Melissa Roberts, pretrial conference, two charges of trafficking in a controlled substance-first degree-first offense two or more grams of methamphetamine. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Steven J. Russellburg, motion hour, seven charges. 1) Burglary-first degree. 2) Theft by unlawful taking/disposition firearm. 3) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition all others $500 or more but less than $1,000. 4) Convicted felon in possession of a firearm. 5) Criminal possession of a forged instrument-second degree. 6) Being a persistent felony offender in the second degree. 7) Shock probation in felony conviction. Motion to suspend further execution of sentence submitted.

Steven J. Russellburg, motion hour, five charges. 1) Burglary-third degree. 2) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition all others $10,000 or more but less than $1 million. 3) Giving an officer false identifying information. 4) Being a persistent felony offender in the second degree. 5) Shock probation in felony convictions. Motion to suspend further execution of sentence submitted.

Bailey Elizabeth Sandage, pretrial conference, three charges. 1) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition auto $10,000 or more less than $1 million. 2) Criminal mischief-first degree. 3) Bail jumping-first degree. The court issued a bench warrant for $12,500.

Stephen D. Smith, other hearing, four charges. 1) Manufacturing methamphetamine-first offense. 2) Facilitation to manufacture methamphetamine-first offense. 3) Possession of marijuana. 4) Possession of a controlled substance-first degree-first offense. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Donovan Stewart, review, three charges.  1) Criminal mischief-first degree. 2) Theft by unlawful taking/disposition auto. 3) Shock probation in felony convictions. No action.

Trenton Thorpe, other hearing, four charges. 1) Criminal mischief-first degree. 2) Burglary-third degree. 3) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition from building $1,000 or more but less than $10,000. 4) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition from building. The defendant’s pretrial conference continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Bobby Thrasher, pretrial conference, four charges. 1) Burglary-third degree. 2) Possession of burglary tools. 3) Trafficking in a controlled substance-first degree-first offense two or more grams of methamphetamine. 4) Drug paraphernalia-buy/possession. The defendant’s pretrial conference continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

William Tuck, pretrial conference, five charges. 1) Criminal possession of a forged instrument-second degree. 2) Criminal possession of a forged instrument-second degree. 3) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition all others $1,000 or more but less than $10,000. 4) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition all others $1,000 or more but less than $10,000. 5) Theft of identity of another without consent. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

Randall E. Waltrip, pretrial conference, three charges. 1) Rape-first degree-victim under 12 years-of-age. 2) Sodomy-first degree-victim under 12 years-of-age. 3) Incest-victim under 12 years-of-age or serious physical injury. The defendant’s pretrial conference scheduled for 2-23-24 at 10 am. The defendant’s trial set for 3-25-24 at 7 am.

Isaiah Whitehouse, arraignment, two charges. 1) Burglary-third degree. 2) Theft by unlawful taking or disposition all others $1,000 or more but less than $10,000. Active warrant in effect.

Christopher M. Wiseman, other hearing, two charges. 1) Flagrant nonsupport. 2) Probation violation for felony offense. The defendant’s case continued to December 22, 2023, at 10 am.

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