LIBERTY — Two Lincoln County residents have been indicted by a Casey County grand jury for allegedly being armed while burglarizing a home and threatening to kill the people inside.
Varnard Julian Farmer, 67, of Hustonville, and Jessica Nicole Walls, 23, of Waynesburg, were each charged with first-degree burglary, criminal mischief and three counts of terroristic threatening. Walls also was charged with theft less than $500 and possession of oxycodone.
The charges stem from June 20 incident in which Farmer and Walls were allegedly armed with a deadly weapon in the course of illegally being in the home of Carla Randolph. The two allegedly threatened to kill Randolph, Wayne Hall and Laura Beth Sheene during the incident and damaging her residence. Walls is accused of taking a piece of wood belonging to Hall.
Bond for Walls was set at $25,000 while a summons was issued for Farmer, who retained an attorney. Deputy Chad Weddle testified before the grand jury.