The Morehead man accused of injuring two men when he allegedly fired shots into a crowd shooting off fireworks has been indicted by a Rowan County grand jury.
Harvey Lyons Kissick, 64, was indicted Sept. 21, for two counts assault when he allegedly shot John Hughes and Adam Hughes causing serious injury on July 2.
Kissick also was indicted for 15 counts wanton endangerment for discharging a firearm into a crowd, and possession of marijuana.
A group of people were shooting fireworks beside the Cave Run Bingo Hall on US 60 West when Kissick allegedly began firing shots into the crowd, police said.
The Hugheses, who are father and son, spent several days in ICU after the shooting.
Kissick’s camper trailer was burglarized weeks later and also caught fire.
Also indicted were:
• Daniel S. Combs, 25, for trafficking in a controlled substance when he allegedly trafficked in heroin on July 25.
Combs also was indicted for operating a motor vehicle under the influence, giving peace officer a false name, possession of marijuana, two counts possession of a controlled substance, promoting contraband, possession of drug paraphernalia and wanton endangerment.
• Ronnie Lee Beamon Jr., 25, Cynthia J. Hart, 39, and James B. Johnson, 29, for burglary when they allegedly unlawfully remained in the home of Harvey Kissick with the intent to commit a crime between July 26 and July 29.
• Michelle Carter, 30, for three counts assault when she allegedly punched or fought with three deputy jailers on Aug. 15.
Carter also was indicted for resisting arrest and terroristic threatening.
• Gary Wayne Jeffries Jr., 40, for promoting contraband and two counts possession of a controlled substance when he allegedly introduced contraband into the Rowan County Detention Center and was in possession of drugs on Aug. 7.
• David D. Jesse, 56, for sexual abuse when he allegedly subjected another person to sexual contact by forcible compulsion on July 9.
• Charles Doug McBrayer, 74, for alleged possession of a firearm by a convicted felon on June 18.
• Joey Dean Stevens, 44, for receiving stolen property when he allegedly had in his possession a stolen and sold a 1940s pedal car belonging to Greg Lewis between May 1 and May 8.
• In a second indictment, Stevens was charged with receiving stolen property when he allegedly had a stolen $600 Grand Am on Aug. 5.
• Timothy Asher, 33, for flagrant nonsupport when he allegedly failed to pay $6,162 in child support from Dec. 1, 2015 through Sept. 20, 2018.
• A superseding indictment against Jessica L. Poth.
The indictment of a person by a grand jury is an accusation only. That person is presumed innocent and is entitled to a fair trial at which the state must prove guilt beyond a reasonable doubt.
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