Commonwealth Journal

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December 26, 2007

Indictments

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The Indictment of a person by a grand jury is an accusation only and that person is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty or otherwise pleads guilty.

Jimmy D. Cole, 2350 Lilac Road, Munfordville, Ky., on or about Dec. 4, 2006, in Pulaski County committed the offense of theft by deception, by issuing a check to Burton Distributing, LLC, through the creating or reinforcing of false impression as to the intention and matter or other state of mind, thereby depriving Burton Distributing, LLC, of such property of a value over $300.

Kari J. Barnes, 20 Beech Grove Road, Science Hill, on or about July 31, 2007, in Pulaski County committed the offense of receiving stolen property, by having in her possession property belonging to James Pitman of a value over $300 and knowing it to have been stolen.

Paul M. Sharpe, 1028 Jasper Lake Drive, Burnside, and Anthony Slone, 211 Walker Drive, Burnside, on or about April 13, 2007, Sharpe committed the offenses of complicity to burglary, second degree, by counseling, promoting, planning or aiding Jamin McDade in the burglary of a dwelling belonging to Johnette Rose; complicity to theft by unlawful taking by counseling, promoting, planning or aiding McDade in the theft of property belonging to Rose of a value over $300; burglary, second degree, by unlawfully entering a dwelling home of Hargis Harris with the intent to commit a crime; and theft by unlawful taking, by taking property belonging to Harris of a value under $300. Sharpe and Slone committed the offenses of burglary, first degree, by unlawfully entering or remaining unlawfully in a dwelling home of Jerry Sharpe with the intent to commit a crime and while effecting entry or while in the building was armed with a firearm and theft by unlawful taking, by taking property (firearms) belonging to Sharpe.

Jason Brent Calhoun, Pulaski County Detention Center, Somerset, on or about Oct. 30, 2007, in Pulaski County committed the offenses of burglary, second degree, by unlawfully entering or remaining in a dwelling home of Amanda Brock with the intent to commit a crime; theft by unlawful taking by taking property belonging to Brock of a value over $300; and criminal mischief, first degree, by damaging or destroying property belonging to Ricky Thomas of a value over $1,000.

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