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PUBLIC RECORD: May 10 indictments

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The following indictments were handed down by a Spencer County Grand Jury on May 10, 2012:

Counts 1-9: On or about March 6, 2012, in Spencer County, Mark A. Chesser, of the 1300 block of Cooks Lane, committed possession of a firearm by a convicted felon when he, having been convicted of a felony, possessed, manufactured or transported a firearm.
Count 10: On or about March 6, 2012, in Spencer County, Mark A. Chesser, 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 a marijuana pipe and a marijuana grinder.
Count 11: On or about March 6, 2012, in Spencer County, Mark A. Chesser committed the offense of illegal possession of a controlled substance by knowingly and unlawfully have in his possession an amount of a controlled substance classified as a Schedule 1 hallucinogen known as marijuana.

Count 1: On or about June 14, 2011, in Spencer County, Alicia Brittany Aubrey, of the 700 block of Greer Lane, committed the offense of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance by knowingly and unlawfully manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, selling, transferring or possessing with intent to manufacture, distribute, dispense or sell a controlled substance classified as a Schedule II Controlled Substance known as methamphetamine.

Count 1: On or about Jan. 30, 2012, in Spencer County, Stacy A. Chrisman, of the 1100 block of Dogwood Circle, committed possession of a handgun by a convicted felon when he, having been convicted of a felony, possessed, manufactured or transported a handgun.
Count 2: On or about Jan. 30, 2012, in Spencer County, Stacy A. Chrisman, committed first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance by knowingly and unlawfully manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, selling, transferring or possessing with intent to manufacture, distribute, dispense or sell a controlled substance classified as a schedule II controlled substance known as Opana.
Counts 3-4: On or about Jan. 30, 2012, in Spencer County, Stacy A. Chrisman committed the offense of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon when he, having been convicted of a felony, possessed, manufactured or transported a firearm.
Count 5: On or about Jan. 30, 2012, in Spencer County, Stacy A. Chrisman, committed the offense of receiving stolen property under $10,000 by knowingly having in his possession, property of a value under $10,000, which he knew had been stolen or which he had reason to believe had been stolen.

Count 1: On or about June 14-15, 2011, in Spencer County, Tiffany Reynolds, of 92 East Main, committed the offense of trafficking in marijuana by knowingly and unlawfully manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, selling, transferring or possessing with intent to manufacture, distribute, dispense or sell an amount of more than eight ounces but less than five pounds of a controlled substance known as marijuana, a schedule I hallucinogen.

Count 1: On or about March 11, 2011, in Spencer County, Tony Allen Peyton, of the 2400 block of Murphy Lane, committed first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance by knowingly and unlawfully manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, selling, transferring or possessing  with intent to manufacture, distribute, dispense or sell fewer than 10 dosage unites of a controlled substance classified as a schedule II controlled substance known as morphine.
Count 2: May 6, 2011, in Spencer County, Tony Allen Peyton, committed the offense of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance greater than 10 units, by knowingly and unlawfully manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, selling transferring or possessing with intent to manufacture, distribute, dispense or sell a controlled substance classified as a schedule II controlled substance known as Oxycodone.

Count 1: On or about June 29, 2011, in Spencer County, Clinton Thomas Downs, of the 8100 block of Highgrove Road, committed the offense of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance greater than 10 units, by knowingly and unlawfully manufacturing, distributing, dispensing, selling, transferring or possessing with intent to manufacture, distribute, dispense or sell greater than 10 dosage units of a controlled substance classified as a schedule II controlled substance known as Oxymorphone.