Three Morehead residents were indicted by a Rowan County grand jury for allegedly manufacturing methamphetamine with a five-month-old child present.

      Kristen S. Flannery, 19, David K. Flannery, 20 and Woody A. Burton, Jr., 22, were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine first offense and wanton endangerment first- degree when they allegedly possessed materials for manufacturing methamphetamine with the intent to manufacture in an apartment while Kristen Flannery’s five-month old son was present.

      The indictment of a person by a grand jury is an accusation only and that person is presumed innocent unless proven guilty.

      Also indicted were:

      • Carolyn A. Barker, 38, on two counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to traffic, possession of a legend drug with intent to traffic and being a persistent felony offender when she allegedly unlawfully possessed 13 oxycodone and 17 hydrocodone medication that could only be sold or distributed by a licensed administrator on Jan. 29 while on parole for previous felony charges.

      • Ronald Dale Barker, 42, for two counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to traffic and possession of a legend drug with intent to traffic in a prescription medication that can only be sold or distributed by a licensed administrator when he was allegedly unlawfully in possession of 13 oxycodone and 17 hydrocodone on Jan. 29.

      • Bryan Edward Salazar, 19, for rape second degree, no force when he allegedly engaged in sexual intercourse with a child less than 14 on June 5.

      • Jessica Raeanne Moore, 21, for six counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument second degree when she allegedly forged six checks from the account of Brittany F. Poe at Citizens Bank between May 25 and June 8.

      Moore also was indicted for fraudulent use of a credit card that was reported lost/stolen when she allegedly used a debit card belonging to Serenity Cavanaugh to purchase goods totaling $740.36 between June 8 and June 9

      • Cassie J. Nelson, 34, for theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting, when she allegedly took numerous items from Walmart in Morehead on July 4 with a total value of $694.69.

      • Joshua Lyn Bayes, 29, for theft by unlawful taking over $500 and being a persistent felony offender when he allegedly took a cell phone, Nintendo DSI and various other items belonging to Ashley B. Moore on  July 17 while on parole for a previous felony.

      • Anthony J. Beamon, 32, and Anthony Mabry, 44, for receiving stolen property greater than $500 when they allegedly were in possession of an air compressor and other power tools valued at $2,625 that had been stolen from Frontier Housing, Inc. between June 14 and June 28.

      • Jeremy R. Bowling, 37, for manufacturing methamphetamine first offense and possession of drug paraphernalia when he allegedly possessed materials for manufacturing methamphetamine on July 23.

      • Brenda K. Conn, 40, for three counts of possession of a forged instrument second- degree and being a persistent felony offender  when she allegedly forged three checks drawn on Opal Hutchinson’s account at Commercial Bank of West Liberty between March 23, 2008, and Jan. 12, 2009, while on parole from a previous felony charge.

      • Crystal Bowling, 38, for manufacturing methamphetamine first offense when she allegedly possessed materials to manufacture methamphetamine with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine on July 23.

      • Anthony Ray Adkins, 45, for receiving stolen property, criminal mischief third degree and being a persistent felony offender when he allegedly was in possession and then damaged fishing equipment belonging to Arnold Prater valued at $675 while on parole for a previous felony.

      • Phoebe H. Adams, 53, for trafficking in a controlled substance third degree and public intoxication  of a controlled substance when she allegedly trafficked in Alprazolam, a Schedule IV drug and was under the influence during a traffic stop on June 28.

      • Timothy Ray Carver, 42, for criminal mischief first degree on April 21 when he allegedly used an iron pipe to do extensive damage to a vehicle owned by Jeremy Peterson in excess of $1, 0000.

      • Gene Barry Detherage, Jr., 22, for escape second degree, wanton endangerment first degree, criminal mischief first degree, alcohol intoxication in a public place, fleeing or evading police, unlawful imprisonment and resisting arrest when he allegedly came to his place of work as a caregiver with Community Alternatives intoxicated and became abusive to a resident, destroyed property at the Community Alternatives house and would not let a female defendant leave. Detherage resisted arrest and attempted to flee from Trooper Scott Caudill and Officer Patrick Smith after his arrest on June 10.

      • Randy T. Fannin, 24, and Douglas W. Riggsby, 24, for theft by deception under $10,000 when they allegedly sold magazine subscriptions to several residents on East Main Street in Morehead on Feb. 12 when they knowingly did not represent a subscription company.

      • Amanda M. Patrick, 34, for fraudulent use of an ID card to obtain Medicaid benefits when she allegedly used a card issued to Melissa Lykins to receive oral surgery and medication in the amount of $1,134.01 on Feb. 5, 2004.

      Kim Bandura can be reached at kbandura@themoreheadnews.com or by telephone at 784-4116.