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December 2022 Bell County Grand Jury Indictments

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From information supplied to us by commonwealth Attorney Lisa Fugate's Office , the Bell County Grand Jury met on December 21, 2022 and returned true bills on the following individuals:


Glen Sam Baker 59, currently housed at the Clay County Jail, has been indicted on charges of burglary - 1st degree, convicted felon in possession of a handgun, and persistent felony offender.


Todd Anderson Brock 30 of Middlesboro, Kentucky, has been indicted on charges of trafficking Marijuana - less than 8 ounces, buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, and disorderly conduct.


Rafael E. Flores 33 of Arlington, Texas, has been indicted on charges of speeding 19 mph over the limit, trafficking controlled substance - 1st degree, 1st offense (greater than 4 grams, Cocaine), possession of Marijuana, drug paraphernalia - advertisement, and tampering with physical evidence.


Joshua R. Baldwin 33 of Middlesboro, Kentucky, has been incited on charges of possession of controlled substance - 1st degree, 1st offense (Methamphetamine) no lights on bicycle, and drug paraphernalia.


Nikki Renee Fraser 35 currently housed at the Bell County Detention Center, has been indicted on charges of criminal abuse - 2nd degree - child 12 or under and resisting arrest.

Travis Allen Morrison 25 of Howell, Michigan has been indicted on charges of trafficking in controlled substance - 1st degree, 1st offense (Fentanyl) and importing Fentanyl.


Anthony Carbary-Pominville 25 of Brighton Michigan has been indicted on charges of trafficking in controlled substance - 1st degree, 1st offense (Fentanyl), importing Fentanyl, and trafficking in Marijuana - less than 8 ounces.


Robert Leonard King 32 of Inkster, Michigan has been indicted on charges of trafficking in controlled substance - 1st degree, 1st offense (Fentanyl), importing Fentanyl, and failure to or improper signal.


Megan Cox 33, currently housed at the Bell County Detention Center, has been indicted on a charge of trafficking in controlled substance - 1st offense (greater than 2 grams - Methamphetamine).


Bonnie Herron 48 of Lexington, Kentucky, has been indicted on three charges of trafficking in controlled substance - 1st degree, 1st offense (Flourofentanyl).


Freddie Lee Anderson 51 of Middlesboro, Kentucky, has been indicted on a charge of trafficking in controlled substance - 1st offense (less than 2 grams - Methamphetamine).

Jerome Baker 59 of Frakes, Kentucky, has been indicted on charges of possession of controlled substance - 1st degree, 1st offense (Methamphetamine) and tampering with physical evidence.


Tammy Renee Sparks 43 currently housed in the Knox County Ky Detention Center, has been indicted on charges of burglary - 1st degree, convicted felon in possession of a handgun, possession of Marijuana, buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, and persistent felony offender - 2nd degree.


Ronald G. Helton 35 of Pineville, Kentucky, has been indicted on a charge of trafficking in controlled substance - 1st offense (less than 2 grams - Methamphetamine) and and persistent felony offender - 2nd degree.


Jonathan K. Robbins 37 of Middlesboro, Kentucky, has been indicted on charges of public intoxication - controlled substances, criminal trespassing - 3rd degree, menacing, fleeing or evading police - 1st degree (on foot), assault - 3rd degree - police/probation officer, disorderly conduct - 2nd degree, resisting arrest, and terroristic threatening - 3rd degree.


Jennifer L. Jolly 32 of Middlesboro, Kentucky, has been indicted on charges of burglary - 2nd degree, assault 4th degree - domestic violence injury, assault - 4th degree - minor injury, and disorderly conducted - 2nd degree.


Hershel Edward Knuckles 52 of Pineville, Kentucky, has been indicted on charges of trafficking controlled substance - 1st degree, 2nd or greater offense (less than 2 grams - Methamphetamine) and persistent felony offender - 1st degree.


Jessica Lee Elliot 39 of Arjay, Kentucky, has been indicted on charges of possession of controlled substance - 1st degree, 1st offense Methamphetamine), buying/possessing drug paraphernalia, disorderly conduct - 2nd degree, hindering prosecution or apprehension - 2nd degree.


An indictment by the grand jury is a formal accusation, based upon available evidence, that a person has committed a serious crime - but it does not indicate guilt.


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