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Meth and heroin trafficking lead 10 indictments

A Carter County Grand Jury handed down 10 indictments on Aug. 9 with heroin and methamphetamine trafficking being the leading charges.

Coleman Brian Binion, 58 of Grayson, is charged with the Class D felony of first-degree wanton endangerment. There are also charged with the Class B misdemeanor of second-degree disorderly conduct.

Patrick Garris, 41 of Olive Hill, is charged with two Class D felonies of driving under the influence, fourth offense, and driving on a DUI suspended license. Additionally, they are charged with two Class A misdemeanors: resisting arrest and fleeing or evading police; they are also charged with two Class B misdemeanors: menacing and failure to maintain required insurance.

Robert Garvin, 48 of Olive Hill, is charged with two Class C felonies: trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree, first offense for trafficking both methamphetamine and heroin.

Nile Gilbert, 40 of Grayson, is charged with the Class D felony of possessing a controlled substance, methamphetamine, in the first degree, first offense.

Dale Hamm, 44 of Olive Hill, is charged with two Class C felonies: trafficking both methamphetamine and heroin, in the first degree, first offense on both counts. They are also charged with the Class B misdemeanor of driving with a suspended license.

Brandon M. Hill, 30 of Detroit, Mi., is charged with the Class C felony of possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.

Jason L. Osbrone, 39 of Cincinnati, Oh., is charged with the Class D felony of possessing a controlled substance, methamphetamine, in the first degree, first offense. They are also charged with the Class A misdemeanor of buy/possessing drug paraphernalia.

Brian Rice, 46 of Grayson, is charged with the Class D felony of promoting contraband, first degree, first offense, by introducing drugs into the Carter County Detention Center. Additionally, they are charged with the Class C felony of being a persistent felony offender.

Rodney Eric Stephens, 41 of Olive Hill, is charged with two Class D felonies: wanton endangerment in the first degree, first offense; and criminal mischief, first degree by intentionally using his vehicle to damage another person’s vehicle, causing over $1,000 in damage. They are also charged with the Class A misdemeanor of assault in the fourth-degree.

David Tilsey, 31 of Olive Hill, is charged with the Class D felony of possession of a controlled substance, first degree, first offense, the drug being heroin. Additionally, they are charged with the Class A misdemeanor of buy/possessing drug paraphernalia.

Editor’s Note: 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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