A Boyle County grand jury has indicted five teenagers in connection with the most recent robbery of a Danville truck stop.
Kenneth Williams, Darrell Mitchell and Devon Dean, all 19 and from Harrodsburg, and Raymarcause L. Simon, 19, of 109 W. Ashley Way, Danville, each were charged with first-degree robbery and unlawful transaction with a minor for allegedly carrying guns into Bluegrass Truck Stop and taking money from the clerk on July 19.
Juvenile Rico Penix, 17, of 203 Waveland Ave., Danville, also was indicted as an adult for first-degree robbery.
According to police, a survellance video from the business shows Williams, Simon and Penix with guns when they entered and demanded money from the clerk while threatening his life. They fled in a black SUV, which crashed nearby and led to arrest, police said. Mitchell and Dean were arrested later.
The truck stop was robbed in December but no one was charged. Jonathan Tyler, 26, of Danville, pleaded guilty last month to robbing the store in March.
Bonds were set at $20,000 each. Danville officer Robert Ladd testified before the grand jury.
Also indicted were two men who allegedly broke into a man’s home while carrying guns and robbed him of a PlayStation gaming console.
John T. Ganem, 18, of 133 Hogue Road, and Austin J. Cox, aka Neal Cox, 19, of Waynesburg, each were charged with first-degree burlgary and theft less than $500 for allegedly breaking into Josh Sterner’s home and taking his PlayStation on July 26.
Bonds were set at $20,000 each. Deputy Derek Robbins testified before the grand jury.
Two Boyle County men were indicted for allegedly breaking into an acquaintance’s home and beating him up while stealing his prescription medication and cash.
Chancey T. Rainey, 32, of 1004 Ky. 1273, and William Sean Rainey, 38, of 306 Burton Circle, each were charged with first-degree robbery and first-degree burglary for allegedly forcing their way into James Leese’s home on Denmark Drive on July 26. Leese had to be taken to the hospital for treatment of injuries suffered in the altercation with the Raineys, police said.
Bonds were set at $30,000 each. Sam Butler testified.
Four others were indicted for allegedly breaking into Domino’s Pizza on Fourth Street on July 6.
Gregory Stallworth, 20, of 530 Denmark Drive, Deodric Nealy, 19, of 109 E. Broadway, Dexter O. Brand, 18, of 817 E. Main St., and Tara Aranda, 23, of 301 HIll-n-Dale, each were charged with burglary, theft more than $500 and tampering with evidence.
Bonds were set at $10,000 each. Danville officer Kevin Peel testified.
Others indicted were:
Lula Rich, 55, of Junction City, theft more than $500 for allegedly taking money from Kroger between January and March while working as an employee. Bond was set at $5,000. Danville Detective Todd Davis testified.
Jessica N. Callahan, 27, 232 Harding St., identity theft and theft more than $500 for allegedly using the identifying information of Bridget Paige and withdrawing cash from her bank account on July 2. Bond was set at $10,000. Danville officer Ryan Lipscomb testified.
Anthony T. Yantis, 19, of Lebanon, third-degree assault for allegedly striking corrections officer Tyler Walls at the Boyle County Detention Center on June 7
Jeffrey S. Adams, 27, of Junction City, knowingly exploiting an adult for allegedly improperly using the financial resources of Dora M. Lane in March. Bond was set at $10,000. Danville officer Robert Ladd testified.