Pike Grand Jury indicts 7
PAMELA SCOTT JOHNSON Staff Writer
PIKEVILLE, Ky. — A total of seven people were recently indicted by the Pike County Grand Jury, including a South Williamson man charged with trafficking cocaine.
Clay S. Cantu, 38, of South Williamson, was indicted for first-degree trafficking in a a controlled substance, when he dispensed, sold, transferred or possessed with the intent to do so, a quantity of cocaine on May 16, 2012.
Also indicted by the grand jury were:
• Randall Marshall, 45, of Pikeville, was indicted for fourth-degree assault when he caused physical injury to Tiffany Justice on Feb. 27.
• Elizabeth Justice, 32, of Pikeville, was indicted for obtaining controlled substances by fraud when she attempted to obtain a controlled substance by knowingly withholding or misrepresenting information on Feb. 26.
• Jerry Lee Charles, 33, of Raccoon, was indicted for third-degree assault when he caused physical injury to a law enforcement officer, Clinton B. Daniels, on Jan. 29.
• Rodney Mosley, 31, of McDowell, was indicted for receiving stolen property for knowingly receiving a gun and jewelry valued more than $500 which had been stolen from Ashley Johnson on Dec. 18, 2012.
• Angela Rena Coleman, aka Angela Ratliff, Angela Cole and Angela Lowe, 34, of Elkhorn City, was indicted for first-degree burglary when she knowingly and unlawfully entered the dwelling of Sierra Fleming with the intent of committing a crime while armed with a deadly weapon. She was also indicted for theft by unlawful taking when she took clothes, shoes, jewelry, toiletries, a DVD player, bedding, change and guns valued at more than $500 which belonged to Sierra Fleming and/or an ancestor on Feb. 5.
• Charles Compton, 34, of Pikeville, was indicted for possession of matter portraying a sexual performance when he knowingly had a visual depiction of a sexual performance by a minor in his possession with the knowledge that it was a sexual performance by a minor on March 12.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: An indictment is merely an accusation. Defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.)
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