Last updated: August 01. 2013 4:12PM - 3145 Views
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PRESTONSBURG - A Floyd County grand jury released another round of indictments this week, with charges ranging from armed robbery to first-degree assault.


All total 15 indictments, against 14 separate people, were passed down Tuesday by a grand jury. The indictments include:

  • Scotty Bradley, 31, of Blue River - robbery first degree (3 counts), criminal attempt to commit robbery in the first degree, persistent felony offender.
  • Scotty Bradley, 31, of Blue River - operating a motor vehicle under the influence, fleeing or evading police, resisting arrest, first-degree wanton endangerment, possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, careless driving, second-degree escape, and persistent felony offender.
  • Kelly Bryant, 44, of Blue River - robbery in the first degree.
  • Travis Bill Baker, 25, of Carrie - assault in the first degree, third degree criminal mischief.
  • Matthew Moore, 33, Martin - theft by unlawful taking, second-degree forgery, fraudulent use of a credit card.
  • Tiffany Williams, 25, of Grethel - burglary in the second degree.
  • Cheyenne L. Foltz, 19, of Prestonsburg - theft by unlawful taking.
  • Dwayne Williams, 53, of Printer - burglary in the second degree.
  • Nikki Spurlock, 24, Printer - burglary in the second degree.
  • Kenneth Frank Spurlock, 23, Printer - first degree criminal mischief, tampering with physical evidence, theft by unlawful taking, persistent felony offender.
  • Jordan Addison, 22, Prestonsburg - criminal abuse in the first degree (2 counts).
  • Erica Waddles, 23, of Prestosnburg - complicity to criminal abuse in the first degree.
  • Jason Kidd, 31, of Dana - first degree criminal mischief.
  • Delbert Conn, 29, of Garrett - operating a motor vehicle while license revoked or suspended for driving a motor vehicle under the influence, driving a motor vehicle under the influence, persistent felony offender.
  • Jarrod D. Williams, 53, of Printer - operating a motor vehicle under the influence, fleeing or evading police, criminal mischief in the first degree, reckless driving, giving a peace officer a false name, failure to maintain required insurance, failure to illuminate headlights, disregarding a traffic control device, disregarding a stop sign, persistent felony offender.


An indictment is found and presented by a grand jury legally convened and sworn. To bring an indictment the grand jury will not find guilt, but only the probability that a crime was committed, that the accused person did it, and that he/she should be tried.



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