The Claiborne County Grand Jury returned 12 true bills during the Sept. 4 session.
Jesse Aaron Gilbert, 23, was indicted on two counts of statutory rape of a 16-year-old and multiple counts of exploitation of a minor.
According to the indictment, Gilbert had unlawful sexual encounters in May and September 2012 with the underage teen. He also, according to the true bill, persuaded the juvenile to engage in simulated sexual activity. He was also charged with possession of pornographic material depicting a minor.
Jeremy Neal Walker, 26, was indicted on two counts each of aggravated domestic assault and child endangerment. Walker is also charged with evading law enforcement during the June 30 incident.
Rufus W. Irvin, 32, and Elizabeth Ann Brantley, 32, were indicted under the same bill for the April 22 aggravated assault of their victim.
Under a separate true bill, Irvin was indicted for driving on a suspended license.
Larry M. Seals, 35, was indicted for the June 8 domestic assault of a family member.
Carrie Ann Leonard, 38, and Joshua Ray Carpenter, 34, were indicted under the same bill for a July 3 incident of burglary and theft. Leonard is charged with aggravated burglary. Both defendants are charged with theft over $10,000.
Joshua A. Smith, 29, was indicted for the Feb. 21 incident of burglary, theft and vandalism over $1,000.
Lindsey Marie Mills, 28, was indicted for the Nov. 20, 2012 charges of driving under the influence and reckless endangerment of two passengers.
Mills has previous convictions for DUI in Bell and Knox Counties in Kentucky.
Gary Wayne Wolfenbarger, 50, was indicted for the Aug. 31, 2012, incident of driving under the influence. His first DUI offense occurred in Claiborne County on Aug. 3, 2009.
Travis Wayne Greene, 27, was indicted for the Nov. 10, 2012 charge of driving under the influence. He is also indicted for violations of the financial responsibility and light laws.
Angelica M. Kannard, 45, was indicted for the April 3 charges of driving under the influence and violation of the implied consent law in which she refused to submit to a blood alcohol/drug test.
Frankie Luvchelle Brooks, 34, was indicted for the May 17 incident of harassment.
The true bill also states Brooks allegedly allowed a dog to go uncontrolled on another’s property where the animal caused bodily injury to a juvenile.
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