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Public Record: Indictments Dec. 20 and Jan. 10

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The following indictment was handed down by a Spencer County Grand Jury  Dec. 20 in Spencer Circuit Court:

Dana M. Ingram, of the 200 block of Evelyn Drive, Taylorsville, on or about May 7, 2012, in Spencer County, committed the offense of forgery of a prescription for a controlled substance, when, with the intent to defraud, deceive, or injure another, she falsely made, completed, or altered a written instrument which is or purports to be or which is calculated to become or to represent a prescription for a controlled substance when completed.

The following indictments were handed down by a Spencer County Grand Jury Jan. 10 in Spencer Circuit Court:

Count 1: Jonathan R. Martin, of the 3500 block of Nanz Avenue, Louisville, on or about March 29, 2012, in Spencer County, committed the offense of first-degree illegal possession of a controlled substance by knowingly and unlawfully having in his possession an amount of a controlled substance classified as a Schedule II Controlled Substance known as Methamphetamine.

Count 2: Martin, on or about March 29, 2012, in Spencer County, committed the offense of unlawful possession of a methamphetamine precursor when he knowingly and unlawfully possessed a drug product or combination of drug products containing ephedrine, pseudophedrine, or phenylpropanolamine, or their salts, isomers, or salts or isomers, with intent to use the drug product or combination of drug products as a precursor to manufacture methamphetamine or other controlled substance.

Count 3: Martin, on or about March 29, 2012, in Spencer County, committed the offense of illegal use or possession of drug paraphernalia when he knowingly and unlawfully used or had in his possession with the intent to use drug paraphernalia to include scales, baggies, pipes and a compound used to cut methamphetamine.

Count 4: Martin, on or about March 29, 2012, in Spencer County, committed the offense of second-degree disorderly conduct when, in a public place and with intent to cause public inconvenience, annoyance or harm, he wantonly created a risk thereof by a) engaging in fighting or in violent, tumultuous or threatening behavior or b) creating a hazardous or physically offensive condition by acts which served no legitimate purpose.