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November 19, 2013

Grand jury indictments

Nov. 19, 2013 — A Morehead woman was indicted three times by a Rowan County grand jury for her alleged role in the crushing of automobiles for scrap that she didn't own.

Molly M. Litteral, 36, was indicted for defrauding secured creditors of property when she allegedly took a 2005 Cadillac Escalade to Great American Recycling and sold it for scrap on Oct. 17. The vehicle was used to secure a collateral loan from Whitaker Bank.

Also named in that indictment was Buffy J. Litteral, 37, for the same offense.

In a separate indictment, Molly Litteral was charged with theft by unlawful taking when she allegedly took a 1999 Ford Escort from KY 801 North belonging to Brittany Stacy and took it to Great American Auto Crushing on Oct. 21.

Litteral's co-defendant, Alisha M. Moore, 28, was indicted for complicity to theft by unlawful taking when she allegedly aided Litteral in taking Stacy's car from the highway on Oct. 21.

In a separate indictment, Moore was indicted for theft by unlawful taking when she allegedly took a 1997 Mercury Mountaineer from KY 801 North belonging to Paisley Flannery and took it to Great American Auto Crushing on Oct. 21.

Litteral was indicted for complicity to theft by unlawful taking in that incident when she allegedly aided Moore in taking Flannery's vehicle from the highway on Oct. 21.

Also indicted were:

• Lisa L. McIntosh, 48, for possession of a handgun by a convicted felon when she allegedly had a Ruger in her possession on Sept. 14.

• Casey S. Whitt, 29, for two counts trafficking in a controlled substance when he allegedly had 11.5 oxycodone and seven oxycodone in his possession on March 1 and March 12.

• In a separate indictment, Whitt also was charged with possession of a controlled substance when he allegedly had heroin in his possession on Aug. 15.

• Michael Wayne Statler, 45, for failure to register with the sex offender's registry when he allegedly failed to register that he was in Kansas City, Kansas, and not Morehead from March 6 through Oct. 13.

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