Eleven arrested on Union County indictments

1STOCK Court Scales graphicEleven more indictments from the April 15-16 Union County grand jury session have been released by the circuit clerk’s office. Indictments remain secret until defendants are served with the indictment papers.

While a majority of the more recent releases involve drug charges, other crimes alleged include grand larceny, child endangerment and identity fraud.

Newly released indictments are:

  • Jason Alan Estes, 163 CR 253, Etta, 3-1-82, charged with five counts of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud. He is accused of using a prescription for hydrocodone from Dr. H. F. Mason at Hospital Pharmacy Nov. 18, 2013 without revealing he had another prescription at the same time, of using a prescription for oxycodone from Dr. Guy Farmer at Hospital Pharmacy Dec. 13, 2013 without revealing he had another prescription at the same time, of using a prescription for oxycodone from Dr. Stephen Housewith at Hospital Pharmacy Feb. 5, 2014 without revealing he had another prescription at the same time, of using a prescription for oxycodone from Dr. Johnny Mitias at Hospital Pharmacy Feb. 12, 2014, without revealing he had another prescription at the same time, of using a prescription for oxycodone from Dr. Johnny Mitias at Hospital Pharmacy Feb. 18, 2014 without revealing he had another prescription at the same time. If convicted, he may be sentenced to from 1 to 5 years in prison, fined up to $5,000, or both for each count.
  • Cole Mason, 258 Old Plantersville Rd., Plantersville, 8-6-91, charged with two counts of sale of a controlled substance, Schedule II drug. He is accused of selling a quantity of methamphetamine on Nov. 8, 2103 and another on Nov. 13, 2013. If convicted, he may be sentenced to up to 30 years in prison, fiend from $5,000 to $1 million, or both for each count.
  • Amanda Ellen Russell, address and age not available, charged with two counts of prescription forgery. She is accused of presenting a forged prescription for hydrocodone from Dr. Horton Taylor to Fred’s Pharmacy Aug. 10, 2013 and a forged prescription for valium from Dr. John Emmett to Rite-Aid on Aug. 27, 2013. If convicted, she may be sentenced to from 1 to 5 years in prison, fined up to $1,000, or both for each count.
  • Rachel N. McDonald, 13030 CR127, New Albany, 5-2-82, charged with attempting to obtain possession of a controlled substance by fraud. She is accused of altering the date on a prescription from Dr. Stephen Shirley for a controlled substance at Walgreen’s Oct. 20, 2013. If convicted, she may be sentenced to from 1 to 5 years in prison, fined up to $1,000, or both.
  • James Marion, 1003 CR 134, New Albany, 6-18-70, charged with sale of a controlled substance Scheduled III drug. He is accused of selling a quantity of hydrocodone Aug. 8, 2013. If convicted, he may be sentenced to up to 20 years in prison, fined from $1,000 to $250,000, or both.
  • Clyde Brown, 3257 Old Hwy. 4, Holly Springs, 10-4-90, charged with sale of a controlled substance, marijuana. He is accused of selling 34.8 grams of marijuana on Oct. 3, 2013. If convicted, he may be sentenced for selling more than 30 grams and less than one kilogram of marijuana to up to 20 years in prison, fined up to $30,000, or both.
  • James Brian Quillan, 1023 CR 36, Thaxton, 1-18-74, charged with felony driving under the influence (third offense). He is accused DUI Jan. 18, 2014 after previous convictions uly 11, 2012 and March 14, 2013. If convicted, he may be sentenced to from one to five years in prison, fined up to $5,000, or both.
  • Jacob Cagle, 1017 CR 16, Myrtle, 12-17-94, charged with five counts of grand larceny. He is accused, with Brittany E. Hardin, of taking a six-foot Ford disc from Phillip Morrison in October 2013; of taking a 14-foot boat from Phillip Morrison in October 2013; of taking, with Brittany E. Hardin, a golf cart from Phillip Morrison in October 2013; of taking power tolls, anvils and batteries from Jerry Morrison in October 2013; and of taking, with William Christopher Lee, a 16-foot trailer from Kyle Jumper in October 2013. If convicted, he may be sentenced to up to 10 years in prison, fined up to $10,000, or both for each count.
  • Tammy Hogue, Rt. 2 Lake Arrowhead, Hickory Flat, 8-27-62, charged with being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm. She is accused of being caught with a firearm Dec. 1, 2013 after having been convicted of possession of a controlled substance March 15, 2010. If convicted, she may be sentenced to up to 10 years in prison, fined up to $5,000, or both.
  • Charles Sean Lucas, 1128 CR 69, Myrtle, 8-6-84, charged with child endangerment. He is accused, with Christine Lucas, of possessing and allowing the use of illegal drugs in the presence of a child Nov. 14, 2013, resulting in the child’s testing positive in a drug screen for the presence of illegal drugs. If convicted, he may be sentenced to up to five years in prison, fined up to $5,000, or both.
  • Joshua Lee Rogers, 939 St. Hwy. 30 E., New Albany, 11-21-88, charged with five counts of fraudulent use of identity. He is accused of fraudulently obtaining a Goody’s credit card in the name of William Cody Rogers between July 1 and Sept. 30, 2013; during the same period obtaining a PayPal account in the name of William Cody Rogers; during the same period obtaining a Buckle credit card in the name of Jason Ryan Rogers; during the same period obtaining a MasterCard in the name of Jason Ryan Rogers; and during the same period obtaining a First Premier Bank MasterCard in the name of Jason Ryan Rogers. If convicted, he may be sentenced to up to five years in prison, fined up to $5,000, or both for each count.

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