The Logan County Grand Jury met in session on the 8th day of February, 2013 and returned into open court indictments against the following individuals:
Mark Hendricks- Assault in the fourth degree, domestic violence, minor injury, third offense or more within five years and violation of emergency protection order
Ethan Collier- Theft by unlawful taking/auto $10,000 or more; operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs .08, 1st ; theft by unlawful taking or disposition from auto, under $500; forgery-2nd degree-checks and criminal possession of forged instrument 2nd degree-identity
Kyle Whittington- Sexual abuse in the first degree, victim under twelve
Leanna Dulworth- Possession of drug paraphernalia-buy/possess and first degree possession of controlled substance, cocaine, 1st offense
Kimberly Moberly- 2 counts of theft by deception-including cold checks under $10,000 and 2 counts of theft by deception-including cold checks under $500
Nat B. Nofsinger- Theft by unlawful taking/disposition-all others, over $500 and theft of identity without consent
Daniel Howell- Flagrant non support
John McCarthy- Driving on dui suspended license; tampering with physical evidence; first degree possession of controlled substance, cocaine, 1st offense and promoting contraband in the first degree
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.
Ms. Guiling and Mr. Crocker would like to take the time and thank the individuals serving on the Grand Jury and for their taking time from their busy schedules in order to perform their duties on the Grand Jury for the citizens of Logan County. The grand jurors’ employers are to be commended in allowing them to serve in this capacity.
Names and charges are supplied by the Office of the Commonwealth Attorney to the news media after the Grand Jury returns the indictment in open court to the Circuit Judge; they are of public record at the Circuit Court Clerk’s Office. The specific identity of the person indicted is included in the original or amended indictment.