LANCASTER — The following people were indicted last week by a Garrard County grand jury:
* Kristopher W. Howell, 21, and Jordan S. O’Neal, 18, both of Lexington, burglary and theft for allegedly breaking into a building and taking items on Jan. 30. Summones were issued. Deputy Tevis Graham testified before the grand jury.
* Nathan Travis Caldwell, 24, of Paint Lick, burglary and theft for allegedly breaking into a building and taking items between Oct. 5 and Nov. 2. Bond was set at $5,000. Graham testified before the grand jury.
* Amanda Luttrell, 26, of Kings Mountain, alleged possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence on a suspended license and giving a false name to a police officer on Jan. 12. A summons was issued. Lancaster officer R. Shearer testified.
* James C. Lamb, 27, of Camp Kennedy, alleged possession of Percoet and drug paraphernalia on Jan. 3. Bond was set at $2,500. Kentucky State Police Detective Keith Addison testifed.
* William Eugene Thornton, 30, of Stanford, theft for alleging receiving $2,000 from Randy May for roofing work he never completed in April 2012. A summons was issued. May testified.
* Melissa Blansett, 34, of Harrison, Ark., flagrant nonsupport for allegedly falling more than $1,000 behind in child support on Feb. 13 Bond was set at $2,500. Jeremy Blanset testified.
* James K. Bicknell, 47, of Lexington, alleged possession of hydrocodone, marijuana and drug paraphernalia, two counts of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and DUI on Dec. 16. A summons was issued. Lancaster officer W. Shelton testified.
* Patricia Tudor, 39, of Paint Lick, two counts of third degree assault and one count of fourth degree assault for allegedly biting another person and kicking and striking two law enforcement officers on Feb. 1. Bond was set at $20,000. Deputy Jeremy Smith testified.
* Nathan Tyler Griffin, 19, of 328 Stanford St., Lancaster, burglary and theft more than $500 for allegedly breaking into VIP Market and taking cigarettes, cigars and lottery tickets on Dec. 28. Bond was set at $25,000. Shelton testified.