Grand Jury Indictments for Januay

The Wayne County grand jury has returned indictments against 16 individuals.

William Bates For possession of a controlled substance first degree, and failure to or improper signal.
Jacob Dishman: possession of a controlled substance first degree, fleeing or evading police second degree, & possession of drug paraphernalia a Class A misdemeanor.
Jeffrey A Fulton: assault second degree, strangulation first degree, rape, wanton endangerment, unlawful imprisonment, terroristic threatening, and persistent felony offender.
Kyle Guffey: theft by failure to make required disposition of property over $10,000 a Class C felony, and persistent felony offender first degree.
Joseph Houp: bail jumping first degree a class D felony, and persistent felony offender second degree.
Jeremy Lewis: possession of a controlled substance first degree a class D felony.
Amber D. Malloy AKA Amber York / Amber Craig: possession of a controlled substance first degree a class D felony, and illegal possession of a legend drug a Class B misdemeanor.
Eric Meece: bail jumping first degree a class D felony, and persistent felony offender second degree.
Matthew S. Purdue: possession of a controlled substance first degree a class D felony, failure to produce insurance card, failure to maintain insurance, operating on a suspended license, and disregarding a stop sign.
Sandy Perkins: bail jumping first degree a class D felony, and persistent felony offender first degree.
Timothy Scarborough: bail jumping first degree a class D felony.
Rocky Shelton: possession of a controlled substance first degree a class D felony, possession of drug paraphernalia a Class A misdemeanor, and tampering with physical evidence a class D felony.
John F Wilson: flagrant non-support a class D felony.
Robin M. Wolsey: Possession of a controlled substance first degree a class D felony, illegal possession of a legend drug a Class B misdemeanor, possession of marijuana a Class B misdemeanor, and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Martin J. Guffey and Kaytrina Cobb: Trafficking in a controlled substance first degree while in possession of a firearm a Class C felony, and possession of drug paraphernalia a Class A misdemeanor
Kaytrina Cobb: possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.

Remember indictments don’t imply guilt or innocence, only that enough evidence was presented to hold the case for trial. These individuals may have the same name or share the common spelling of their name as other individuals in our community. All indictments that are unsealed are part of the public record in the circuit clerks office.