Mercer grand jury indicts suspects in drug, other cases

September 30, 2003

HARRODSBURG - A Mercer County grand jury handed up indictments last week against the following:

* Patrick Rice, 36, of 2121 Grapevine Road, and Michael Moore, also known as Tobo, 51, of 4154 Bohon Road, both charged with trafficking in 8 ounces or more of marijuana on Aug. 26.

* Joey Lee Baker Jr., 22, of 735 Stoner St., charged with trafficking in marijuana within 1,000 yards of a school and second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance for allegedly trafficking in hydrocodone on Feb. 6, 2002.

* Michael Lee Gilliam, 49, of Louisville, charged with flagrant nonsupport of his minor child.

* Waylon Brewer 35, of 424 Bondville Road, charged with theft by failure to make required disposition of more than $300.


He allegedly leased a motor vehicle from Gayle Bottoms and sold parts from the vehicle when he knew he was supposed to return it to its owner. The alleged crime occurred June 24, 2002.

* Charles Derek Jones, 22, of 1538 Cornishville Road, charged with receiving stolen property valued at more than $300 on May 20. He is accused of having in his possession a firearm owned by Brian May.

* Dustin Eli Davis, 19, of Concord, N.C., charged with receiving stolen property over $300, first-degree fleeing police and having an improper registration plate.

On Aug. 17, Davis allegedly had a stolen vehicle owned by Douglas Maxwell, failed to follow a police officer's order to stop the vehicle, and had an improper registration plate on the car.

* Allison Smith, 30, of 1638 Danville Road, charged with two counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument. She is accused of having forged checks for $150 and $140 drawn on Lawrenceburg National Bank on May 17-18.

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