Boyle County indictments

Published 10:21 am Friday, July 2, 2021

The following people were indicted by a Boyle County grand jury on June 24:

• Dakota Harmon, 24, Harrodsburg: theft by unlawful taking under $500 of personal property. Bail was set at 10% of $2,000. Brett Simpson testified for the Boyle County Sheriff’s Office.

• Russell Mays, 29, Harrodsburg: possessing with the intent to sell a substance simulated to be a controlled substance. Bail was set at 10% of $2,000. Isaac Shelton testified for the Harrodsburg Police Department.

• Richard Alford, 33, Harrodsburg: first-degree bail jumping by failing to appear for a status hearing in the Boyle Circuit Court. Bail was set at $5,000. Kari Wilson testified for the state.

• Fred Boynton, 57, Danville: first-degree strangulation of a woman with his hands; fourth-degree assault, third or subsequent offense, by causing physical injury. Bail was set at $10,000. Austin Ray testified for the Danville Police Department.

• David Bruner, 54, Louisville: second-degree escape when he failed to return to the Boyle County Detention Center as ordered by a judge, and further he is a persistent felony offender, first-degree. Bail was set at $20,000. Casey McCoy testified for BCSO.

• Steven Bugg, 58, Danville: first-degree possession of controlled substance meth. Bail was set at 10% of $5,000. Lisa Dollins testified for DPD.

• Joseph Burns, 41, Danville: first-degree bail jumping by failing to appear for a final sentencing hearing in the Boyle Circuit Court. Bail was set at $5,000. Wilson testified for the state.

• Steven Cissell, 31, Lebanon: two cases of first-degree bail jumping by failing to appear for a final sentencing hearing in the Boyle Circuit Court. Bail was set at $5,000 for each case. Wilson testified for the state.

• Heather Cornish, 30, Harrodsburg: first-degree possession of controlled substance meth; first-degree possession of controlled substance hydrocodone; possession of drug paraphernalia, scales. Bail was set at 10% of $5,000. Braydon Hopper testified for BCSO.

• Demitri Dailey, 20, Danville: second-degree criminal abuse when he placed a minor infant in a situation that may cause serious physical injury or caused cruel punishment. Bail was set at 10% of $5,000. AJ Mullins testified for DPD.

• Keshia Dunaway, 31, Danville: first-degree trafficking of controlled substance heroin. Bail was set at 10% of $10,000. Shelton testified.

• Tiffany Dunn, 35, Danville: second-degree escape when she failed to return to the Boyle County Detention Center as ordered by a judge. Bail was set at $5,000. McCoy testified.

• Eric Foree, 33, Louisville: first-degree possession of controlled substance meth; driving a motor vehicle without liability insurance. Bail was set at 10% of $5,000. Hopper testified.

• Ashley Gaddis, 36, Danville: first-degree possession of controlled substance meth; third-degree possession of controlled substance gabapentin; possession of drug paraphernalia, a pipe. Bail was set at 10% of $5,000. Hopper testified.

• Michael Griffin, 34, Salvisa: first-degree, second offense trafficking of controlled substance meth in two or more grams. Bail was set at $20,000. Hopper testified.

• Ondie Hicks, 46, Nicholasville: four cases of first-degree bail jumping by failing to appear for a final sentencing hearing in the Boyle Circuit Court. Bail was set at $5,000 for each case. Wilson testified for the state.

• Conta Hill, 33, Danville: first-degree possession of controlled substance heroin; driving a motor vehicle without an operator’s license. Bail was set at 10% of $5,000. Dollins testified. First-degree criminal attempt to commit burglary, first-degree, when he attempted to unlawfully enter a dwelling house while armed with a deadly weapon; first-degree fleeing or evading when he disobeyed a police officer’s order to stop as a pedestrian and by fleeing or eluding, he created a substantial risk of physical injury to another person; resisting arrest when he used physical force against an officer who was arresting him. Bail was set at $10,000. Chase Broach testified for DPD.

• Zachary Ingram, 26, Danville: second-degree escape when he failed to return to the Boyle County Detention Center as ordered by a judge. Bail was set at $5,000. Wes Gaddis testified for the Mercer County Sheriff’s Office.

• Ryan Johnson, 60, Danville: first-degree possession of controlled substance meth; driving a motor vehicle without liability insurance. Bail was set at 10% of $5,000. McCoy testified.

• Sondra Johnson, 50, Parksville: first-degree bail jumping by failing to appear for a final sentencing hearing in the Boyle Circuit Court. Bail was set at $5,000. Wilson testified for the state.

• Joel Langham, 66, Danville: theft by deception over $10,000 when he unlawfully obtained property or services from Kentucky Medicaid Assistance Program; devising or engaging in a scheme to defraud the Kentucky Medical Assistance Program of $300 or more. Bail was set at 10% of $10,000. Detective Robert Chris Knifley, Office of Medicaid Fraud and Abuse Control, testified for the state.

• Tasha Miller, 39, Russell Springs: first-degree burglary when she unlawfully entered a dwelling house and in immediate flight therefrom was armed with a deadly weapon; first-degree burglary when she entered the house armed with a deadly weapon; receiving stolen property, a firearm; tampering with physical evidence when she destroyed physical evidence she believed was about to be used in an official proceeding; receiving stolen property under $500. Bail was set at $20,000. McCoy testified.

• Ryan Pittman, 34, Stanford: first-degree possession of controlled substance meth. Bail was set at 10% of $5,000. Keith Addison testified for DPD.

• Destiny Schmiers, 22, Stanford: theft of identity for the purpose of avoiding detection. Bail was set at 10% of $5,000. McCoy testified.

• Rasheen Smith, 43, Atlanta, Georgia: first-degree bail jumping by failing to appear for a status hearing in the Boyle Circuit Court. Bail was set at $5,000. Wilson testified for the state.

• Christine Spivey, 37, Lancaster: first-degree possession of controlled substance meth; possession of drug paraphernalia, a pipe. Bail was set at 10% of $5,000. Addison testified.

• Candace Thompson, 24, Danville: first-degree possession of controlled substance fentanyl. Bail was set at 10% of $5,000. McCoy testified.

• Amber Turner, 34, Danville: theft by deception when she unlawfully obtained property or services from Kentucky Medicaid Assistance Program of a value over $10,000; devising or engaging in a scheme to defraud the Kentucky Medical Assistance Program of $300 or more. Bail was set at 10% of $10,000. Knifley testified for the state.

• Bradley Turner, 37, Danville: theft by deception over $10,000 when he unlawfully obtained property or services from Kentucky Medicaid Assistance Program; devising or engaging in a scheme to defraud the Kentucky Medical Assistance Program of $300 or more. Bail was set at 10% of $10,000. Knifley testified for the state.

• Jordan White, 33, Danville: first-degree possession of controlled substance meth; possession of drug paraphernalia, scales. Bail was set at 10% of $5,000. Nathan Brown testified for BCSO.

• Brian Wilson, 43, Lexington: first-degree trafficking in two or more grams of meth, and further he is a persistent felony offender, first degree; first-degree fleeing or evading when he disobeyed a police officer’s order to stop his vehicle, and by fleeing or eluding, created substantial risk of serious physical injury to another person, and further he is a persistent felony offender, first degree; first-degree wanton endangerment when he engaged in conduct that created a substantial danger of death or serious physical injury to an individual, and further he is a persistent felony offender, first degree; operating a motor vehicle while his license was revoked or suspended. Bail was set at $20,000. Hopper testified.

• Justin Woleslagle, 37, Bellbrook, Ohio: theft by unlawful taking between $500 or more, less than $10,000, by taking a loan payment from Lendmark; theft of identity for the purpose of making financial or credit transactions. Bail was set at 10% of $5,000. Ray testified.