STANFORD — The case against a man accused of shaking a 6-week-old girl has been waived to a Lincoln County grand jury.
Lucas Vinyard, 29, of Star Avenue, waived his preliminary hearing last week.
Vinyard allegedly shook the daughter of Kisha Gosser, on Aug. 17.
Gosser's daughter suffered broken ribs and hemorrhages in its skull and eyes, according to an arrest citation.
When Gosser took her daughter to Fort Logan Hospital, police were notified an injured infant had been admitted. After investigating, state police arrested Vinyard Aug. 24.
Vinyard has been held without bond at the Lincoln County Regional Jail since his arrest.
The next Lincoln County grand jury meets later this month.
Eubank man faces burglary charges
BEATTYVILLE — A Eubank man has been arrested on charges he attempted to burglarize a Rite Aid in Beattyville.
Patrick Gooch, 31, has been charged with third-degree burglary, possession of burglary tools and first-degree criminal mischief, according to state police.
Beattyville police officers and state police responded to a report of a burglary in progress on Sept. 4 and observed Gooch enter the Rite Aid through a rear entrance and then leave again, according to a news release.
Officers arrested Gooch after he left the Rite Aid and then searched the premises for any accomplices.
Gooch was lodged in Three Forks Regional Jail.