James Quinton Guiling has been indicted on numerous charges involving theft and engaging in organized crime.

Guiling is the ex-husband of Seventh District Commonwealth Attorney Gail Guiling, whose sealed indictment was opened Thursday, Oct. 5 charging her with tampering with physical evidence, official misconduct, and engaging in organized crime/criminal syndicate.

According to the indictment, on or between July 12, 2016, and July 13, 2016, James Quinton Guiling committed the offense of theft by unlawful taking over $500, under $10,000, by taking an air compressor belonging to Gerald Printing Shop.

On or between June 1, 2016, and August 4, 2016, James Quinton Guiling committed the offense of theft by failure to make required disposition of property over $500, by unlawfully converting money and/or property owned by Sandra Spear worth more than $500 to his own use.

On or about the 8th of December, 2016, James Quinton Guiling committed the offense of retaliating against a participant in a legal process, by threatening bodily injury to Richie Adler because he gave information to law enforcement relating to this incident(s).

On or about the 13th day of October 2016, James Quinton Guiling committed the offense of retaliating against a participant in a legal process, by threatening bodily injury to David Nash because he gave information to law enforcement relating to this incident(s).

On or between January 1, 2008, and December 8, 2016, James Quinton Guiling committed the offense of engaging in organized crime/criminal syndication, by collaborating to promote or engaging in theft offenses in violation of KRS Chapter 514 and by doing one or more of the following:

a) organizing or participating in organizing a criminal syndicate

b) providing material aid to a criminal syndicate

c) managing, supervising or directing any of the activities of a criminal syndicate

d) committing conspiring or attempting to commit, or acting as an accomplice in the commission of a criminal syndicate

Bail has been set at $10,000

The function of the Grand Jury is to determine whether there is sufficient competent evidence to believe that a crime has been committed by a specific individual. This does not mean those individuals are guilty of a crime. The innocence or guilt is finally determined by a petit jury at trial.