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Indictments: 8/5/22 

The following indictments were returned by the Grand Jury of the Carter Circuit Court on August 5, 2022. An indictment is not a determination of guilt or innocence. It is simply a charge that an offense has been committed and indicates that a case is pending on the charges listed. All defendants have the presumption of innocence until found guilty in a court of law.   

Though it is a part of the public record, the Carter County Times does not make a habit of printing the names of minor children or the victims of alleged crimes, except under exceptional circumstances.  

  • Martin Winkler, 46, of Union City, PA, on or about August 14, 2020, committed the offenses of public intoxication when he appeared in a public place manifestly under the influence of a controlled substance, or other intoxicating substance, excluding alcohol, to the degree that he may endanger himself or other persons or property, or unreasonably annoy persons in his vicinity, a Class B Misdemeanor; resisting arrest, by using physical force against a peace officer who was effectuating an arrest, a Class A Misdemeanor; assault in the third degree, by assaulting a law enforcement officer, by kicking him in the chest and leg, a Class D Felony; and possession of a controlled substance first degree – first offense (methamphetamine) when he possessed methamphetamine a schedule one narcotic, a Class D Felony.    
  • Sonia Wilson, 35, of Garrison, on or about July 19, 2022, committed the offenses of possession of a controlled substance fist degree – first offense (methamphetamine) when she possessed methamphetamine, a schedule one narcotic, a Class D Felony; and possession of drug paraphernalia, when she unlawfully possessed drug paraphernalia (pipe) with intent to use for the purpose of introducing into the human body illegal or controlled substance, a Class A Misdemeanor. 
  • Kenneth Switzer, 37, of Vanceburg, on or about July 19, 2022, committed the offense of possession of a controlled substance first degree – first offense (methamphetamine) when he possessed methamphetamine, a schedule one narcotic, a Class D Felony. 
  • Breanna Stacy, 22, of Olive Hill, on or about February 19, 2022, committed the offense of possession of a controlled substance first degree – first offense (methamphetamine) when she possessed methamphetamine, a schedule one narcotic, a Class D Felony. 
  • Neil Skaggs, 37, of South Shore, on or about June 4, 2022, committed the offenses of alcohol intoxication when he appeared in a public place manifestly under the influence of alcohol to the degree that he may endanger himself or other persons or property, or unreasonably annoy persons in his vicinity, a Violation; menacing, by intentionally placing another person in reasonable apprehension of imminent physical injury, a Class B Misdemeanor; disorderly conduct, when he appeared in a public place and with intent to cause public inconvenience, annoyance, or alarm, or wantonly creating a risk thereof by disrupting and blocking traffic on East Midland Trail, a Class A Misdemeanor; resisting arrest, by using physical force against a peace officer who was effectuating an arrest, a Class A Misdemeanor; and assault in the third degree, by kicking a law enforcement officer, a Class D Felony. 
  • Jason Psimer, 45, of Olive Hill, on or about July 18, 2022, committed the offense of Possession of a controlled substance first degree – first offense(methamphetamine) when he possessed methamphetamine, a schedule one narcotic, a Class D Felony; and Tampering with Physical Evidence by destroying, mutilating, concealing, removing, or altering physical evidence which he believed would be in an official proceeding, a Class D Felony.  
  • Austin Kilgore, 20, of Olive Hill, on or about July 17, 2022, committed the offense of trafficking in controlled substance, first degree, first offense, two or more grams of methamphetamine by knowingly and unlawfully trafficking in a Schedule II narcotic, by distributing, dispensing, selling, transferring, or possessing with intent to distribute, dispense or sell two or more grams of methamphetamine, a Class C Felony.  
  • Jeffrey Jones, 39, of Denton, on or about April 5, 2022, committed the offenses of theft by unlawful taking under $1000.00 by taking a wallet from a vehicle, with intent to permanently deprive the victim of their property, a Class A Misdemeanor; theft by unlawful taking under $1000.00 by taking a wallet from a vehicle, with intent to permanently deprive the victim of their property, a Class A Misdemeanor; criminal possession of a forged instrument, second degree, by possessing a forged check, drawn on Commercial Bank of Grayson, a Class D Felony; and theft by deception – cold checks under $1000.00 when they wrote and cashed a check in the amount of $360.00 at Commercial Bank of Grayson, Ky from the account of another, thereby issuing or passing a check knowing that it would not be honored by the drawee, a Class A Misdemeanor.  
  • Delmas Harris, 25, of Olive Hill, on or about April 16, 2021, committed the offense of assault in the second degree, by intentionally striking another with a dangerous instrument, a stove poker, and causing him to suffer physical injury, a Class C Felony.  
  • Dylan Evans, 26, of Grayson, on or about June 12, 2022, committed the offenses of resisting arrest, by using physical force against a peace officer who was effectuating an arrest, a Class A Misdemeanor; Fleeing and Evading Police, second degree on foot with intent to elude, disregarded officer’s directions to stop creating a substantial risk of physical injury to the officers, a Class A Misdemeanor; assault in the third degree, by assaulting the first law enforcement officer, striking him with his feet, a Class D Felony; and assault in the third degree, by assaulting a second law enforcement officer, striking him with his feet, a Class D Felony.  
  • Katie Carpenter, 33, of Grayson, on or about April 5, 2022, committed the offenses of theft by unlawful taking under $1000.00 by taking a wallet from a vehicle with intent to permanently deprive the owner of their property, a Class A Misdemeanor; theft by unlawful taking under $1000.00 by taking a wallet from a vehicle with intent to permanently deprive the owner of their property, a Class A Misdemeanor; criminal possession of a forged instrument, second degree, by possessing a forged check, drawn on Commercial Bank of Grayson, a Class D Felony; and theft by deception – cold checks under $1000.00 when they wrote and cashed a check in the amount of $360.00 at Commercial Bank of Grayson, Ky from the account of another, thereby issuing or passing a check knowing that it would not be honored by the drawee, a Class A Misdemeanor. 
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