A Russell County grand jury recently handed down indictments against 9 individuals.
Those indicted included the following individuals.
Timothy Bryant, age 41 of Russell Springs, charged with burglary first degree, assault second degree, strangulation first degree, wanton endangerment first degree, and public intoxication.
Yevonda Popplewell, age 39 of Russell Springs, charged with driving under the influence fourth or more offense, operating on a suspended license, trafficking in methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and being a persistent felony offender.
James Janson Turner, age 30 of Jamestown, charged with driving under the influence, four counts of wanton endangerment first degree, and trafficking in marijuana between 8 ounces and 5 pounds.
Anthony Wells, age 42 of Russell Springs, charged with burglary second degree, stalking first degree, harassment, and harassing communications.
Jose Casimiro, age 32 of Dunnville, charged with 23 counts of wanton endangerment first degree, no operators license, failure to produce an insurance card, failure to report an accident, and leaving the scene of an accident. The charges stem from an incident in which Casimiro allegedly caused a collision with a school bus in May of this year.
Bobby J. Lynn, age 35 of Russell Springs, charged with fleeing or evading police first degree, possession of methamphetamine, driving on a DUI suspended license, possession of drug paraphernalia, disregarding a stop sign, and speeding 13 mph or more over the limit.
Timothy W. Franklin, age 19 of Russell Springs, charged with 20 counts of possession of matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor.
Robert Floyd, age 35 of Somerset, charged with theft by deception valuing $1,000 or more.
Andrew Martin, age 54 of Nancy, charged with theft by deception valuing $1,000 or more and failure to make required disposition of property $1,000 or more.
WJRS News would like to remind our readers an indictment is a legal accusation. It does not imply guilt or innocence.