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Two Leitchfield residents were indicted on March 31 for thefts that occurred last year, according to documents filed with the Grayson County Coudrt Clerk’s Office.


Jamie Dallas Felty, 38, of Sunbeam Road in Leitchfield, was indicted on two counts of theft of a controlled substance, burglary in the second degree, criminal mischief in the second degree, possession of marijuana, possession of burglary tools, and being a persistent felony offender in the first degree.


Felty’s charges stem from an October 13, 2013 incident during which he is accused of having burglarized the residence of Thomas Sacra.


According to court documents, Felty purportedly damaged Sacra’s property, causing a loss worth at least $500, and also stole two controlled substances, hydrocodone - a schedule 3 narcotic and tramadol - a schedule 4 narcotic.


Leitchfield Police Officer Jesse Townsend is serving as a witness against Felty.


The Commonwealth Attorney’s Office recommended he be held on a $10,000 cash bond. Felty is currently being lodged in the Grayson County Detention Center.


Adam Lee Duggins, 18, of Delmar Lane in Leitchfield, was indicted on charges of theft by unlawful taking of an automobile worth between $500 and $10,000; and criminal mischief in the first degree.


Duggins’ charges are the result of a July 12, 2013 incident during which he is accused of having stolen a 2001 GMC Sierra 4x4 extended cab pickup truck belonging to Sammy Cain. During the incident, he also allegedly destroyed Cain’s property, causing a loss of more than $1,000.


Grayson County Sheriff’s Deputy Buck Meredith will serve as a witness against Duggins.


The CommonwealthAttorney’s Office recommended a $10,000 bond, with 10 percent of that amount being cash.


In relation to a seperate incident which occurred on march 7 of this year, 33-year-old Brandy Joe Lee, of Kefauver Road in Millwood, was indicted on charges of fleeing or evading police in the first degree in a motor vehicle; wanton endangerment of a police officer in the first degree; possession of methamphetamine in the first degree; possession of drug paraphernalia; operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs; reckless driving; disregarding a traffic light; and disregarding a stop sign.


Court documents accuse Lee of fleeing from Grayson County Sheriff’s Deputies in a high-speed chase which spanned two counties and involved three law enforcement agencies.


Grayson County Sheriff’s Deputy Adam Cottrell will serve as a witness against Lee.


The Commonwealth Attorney’s Office recommended she be held on a $25,000 cash bond and listed her as a “Danger to Community” according to court documents. Lee is currently being lodged in the Grayson County Detention Center.


Five men and one woman were also recently indicted on meth-related charges.


26-year-old Brian Dewayne Lee, of Farmview Lane in Leitchfield, was indicted on charges of possession of methamphetamine in the first degree, tampering with physical evidence, and fleeing or evading police in the second degree on foot.


Lee’s charges stem from a Valentine’s Day incident during which he is accused of having “destroyed, mutilated, concealed, removed or altered physical evidence to hinder its production or use in an official proceeding about to be instituted against him,” according to the indictment.


During the same occasion, he allegedly fled from an officer, disobeying directions to stop.


Kentucky State Police Trooper Brandon Cook is serving as a witness against Lee.


The Commonwealth Attorney’s Office recommended a $10,000 bond for Lee, with 10 percent of that amount being cash. Lee is currently being lodged in the Grayson County Detention Center.


Herman J. Hodge, 36, of Milan Court in Leitchfield, was indicted for trafficking in methamphetamine in the first degree, two grams or greater; possession of marijuana; and possession of drug paraphernalia.


Hodge’s charges stem from a February 18 incident during which he is accused of having been found with the illegal substances in his possession.


Kentucky State Police Trooper Jared Clemons is serving as a witness in the case.


The Commonwealth Attorney’s Office recommended Hodge be held on a $10,000 cash bond.


William D. Saltsman, 41, of Caney Creek Road in Caneyville, was indicted for manufacturing methamphetamine, second offense, a charge which was enhanced by the possession of a firearm. Saltsman was also indicted for possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.


Saltsman was allegedly found to be manufacturing the drug or having in his possession the ingredients to do so with the intent of manufacturing methamphetamine on March 12.


Kentucky State Police Trooper Brandon Cook is serving as a witness in the case.


The Commonwealth Attorney’s Office recommended Saltsman be held on a $25,000 cash bond. He is currently being lodged in the Grayson County Detention Center.


22-year-old Sara A. Moran, of West Main Street in Leitchfield, was indicted for manufacturing methamphetamine, first offense; possession of a controlled substance in the first degree; and possession of drug paraphernalia.


Moran’s charges result from a January 9 incident. Brian Willis is listed as a co-defendant in the case.


Leitchfield Police Officer Jesse Townsend will serve as a witness against Moran.


The Commonwealth Attorney’s Office recommended she be held on a $10,000 cash bond.


Leslie Traver Neighbors, 23, of Brooks Street in Leitchfield, was indicted on one count of manufacturing methamphetamine, which was enhanced by possession of a firearm.


Neighbors’ charge results from a March 2 incident.


Kentucky State Police Trooper Brandon Brooks will serve as a witness against Neighbors, who was recommended a $10,000 cash bond. He is currently being lodged in the Grayson County Detention Center.


Kevin Bruce Sipes, 42, of Black Rock Road in Leitchfield, was indicted for manufacturing methamphetamine, first offense.


Sipes allegedly committed the offence on December 20, 2013.


Grayson County Sheriff’s Deputy Buck Meredith will serve as a witness against Sipes, whose bond was recommended at $10,000 cash.


Also indicted was 45-year-old David Martin, Jr., of Pawnee Trace in Falls of Rough, who is accused of having failed to comply with Sex Offender Registration between September 10, 2012 and December 10, 2012.


Kentucky State Police Trooper Seth Lee is serving as a witness against Martin.


The Commonwealth Attorney’s Office recommended a $10,000 bond for Martin.


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