14 indicted Tuesday on drug, theft, other charges


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Fourteen people were indicted Tuesday by the Highland County Grand Jury on charges ranging from drug possession to grand theft.

Those indicted were:

• Michael A. Robertson, Hillsboro, seven counts trafficking in heroin, a fifth degree felony, six counts possession of heroin, a fifth degree felony, two counts aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth degree felony, one count aggravated trafficking in drugs, a fourth degree felony, and one count having weapons while under disability, a third degree felony.

• John Gregory Backer, Hillsboro, domestic violence, a fourth degree felony.

• Brian Mock, Lynchburg, possession of heroin, a fourth degree felony.

• Kyle Smallwood, theft, a fifth degree felony, and receiving stolen property, a fifth degree felony.

• Storm Amyx, Highland, receiving stolen property, a fourth degree felony.

• Preston Ballinger, Hillsboro, grand theft of a motor vehicle and grand theft, both fourth degree felonies, and theft, a fifth degree felony.

• Matthew P. Willey, Hillsboro, breaking and entering, a fifth degree felony, possessing criminal tools, a fifth degree felony, and a forfeiture specification.

• Chancellor S. Krebs, Bainbridge, breaking and entering, a fifth degree felony, and possessing criminal tools, a fifth degree felony.

• Jeremy Dale Jones, Lynchburg, aggravated possession of methamphetamine, a third degree felony.

• Michael Lawson, Hillsboro, possession of heroin, a fifth degree felony, aggravated possession of drugs, a fifth degree felony, and aggravated possession of methamphetamine, a fifth degree felony.

• Danny Ralph, Greenfield, receiving stolen property, a fifth degree felony.

• David Willett, Greenfield, possession of heroin, a fifth degree felony.

• Kaleb Landrum, Greenfield, three counts of trafficking in heroin in the vicinity of a school, fourth degree felonies, three counts of possession of heroin, fifth degree felonies.

• Lanessa Roosa, Greenfield, two counts possession of heroin, fifth degree felonies, trafficking in heroin in the vicinity of a school, a fourth degree felony.

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