The following people were indicted recently by a Casey County grand jury:
- Jordan Lee McAninch, 24, of Stanford, receiving stolen and theft more than $500 for allegedly having property belonging to Tommy Owens Used Cars on April 6 and taking property belonging to Diana Ratcliff on April 7. Bonds were set at $2,500. Deputy Chad Weddle testified before the grand jury.
- Alan Lee Gaddis, 34, 726 Poodle Doo Road, Jamie Allen Statham, 29, of 1630 Calvary Ridge Road, and Randall Wayne Lawless, 39, of 130 Paw Paw Road, receiving stolen property more than $500 for allegedly having a utility trailer belong to Mike True on Feb. 28. Gaddis and Lawless were also charged with bing persistent felony offenders. Bond for Statham was set at $5,000. Weddle testified.
- Breanna Paige Harrison, 31, of Dunnville, 10 counts of forgery for allegedly having 10 forged checks drawn on Glenda Harrison’s account in October and November. Bond was set at $2,500. Weddle testified.
- Kelly David Goode, 31, of Dunville, forgery and fraudulent use of a credit card in April 2. Bond was set at $2,500. Weddle testified.
- Timothy Joel Bates, 48, and Roberta L. Lynn, 39, both of 5829 South Fork Creek Road, manufacturing methamphetamine and cultivating marijuana on April 27. Bates also was charged with being a persistent felony offender. Bonds were set at $25,000 each. Deputy Jamie Walters testified.
- Shirley M. McBride, 37, of Somerset, identity theft and being a persistent felony offender for allegedly using the identifying information of Shanta McBride for her own benefit on Jan. 14. A summons was issued. Walters testified.
- George Samuel Webb Jr., 41, of Hustonville, alleged manufacturing and trafficking in methamphetamine on March 22. Bond was set at $25,000. Trooper Morris Farris testified.
- Jerry N. Sanchez, 41, of Culver, Ind., alleged manufacturing methamphetamine and possession of meth, hydrocodone and marijuana on March 22. Bond was set at $25,000. Farris testified.