Glasgow Daily Times, Glasgow, KY

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July 20, 2013

3:45 AFTERNOON UPDATE: Grand jury indicts 40

GLASGOW — A Barren County jury met July 17 and handed up these indictments:

 

The following four co-defendants related to incidents in May:

Carl K. Cox III, 28, Jonathan M. Walden, 20, Harold Edwards, 23, and Amy Kathleen Neurohr, 40, all of Glasgow, each on a single count of complicity to unlawful distribution of methamphetamine precursor.

Glasgow Police Department Officer Aaron Cowan testified in the case.          .

Neurohr was also charged with being a persistent felony offender, second degree, related to a 2003 conviction in Warren County on burglary, theft and forgery charges from crimes committed in 2002.

 

The following two co-defendants, related to incidents in August 2008 through September 2012:

Traci K. Vallance, also known as Leslie White, 43, on a charge of false statement/misrepresent to receive benefits over $100.

Office of Inspector General Investigator Hugh England testified.

 

Tosha N. Wilkerson, 31, of Glasgow on two counts of false statement/misrepresent to receive benefits over $100, related to incidents from May 2010 to August 2012.

Office of Inspector General Investigator Hugh England testified.

 

Roberto M. Zamora, also known as Bobby Zamora, 20, of Horse Cave on a single count each of theft by unlawful taking, $500 or more but less than $10,000, and criminal mischief, second degree, related to incidents in May.

GPD Detective Tammy Britt testified.

 

Amanda Fields, 30, of Glasgow on a count of theft by unlawful taking, $500 or more but less than $10,000, related to an incident in May.

GPD Detective Tammy Britt testified.

 

Gregory Duane Martin, 24, of Cave City on a single charge each of burglary, second degree; assault, fourth degree, domestic violence; and criminal mischief, third degree, related to incidents in June.

Barren County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Kevin Wilson testified.

 

Caleb T. Shea, 19, of Glasgow on a count of theft by unlawful taking, $500 or more but less than $10,000, related to an incident in November.

BCSO Detective Rusty Anderson testified.

 

Jonathan Michael Emmitt, 31, of Glasgow on a single count each of burglary, second degree, and receiving stolen property under $500, related to incidents in January.

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