Two men indicted for sexual abuse

Sallee                              Jenkins                              Crenshaw

Two men were indicted for first degree sexual abuse and other charges by a Christian County Grand Jury Friday in relation to separate incidents

One indictment, which was a direct submission to the grand jury, alleges that 58-year old Roy Jenkins of Hopkinsville forcibly made sexual contact against the victim in May of 2017. The case is being investigated by Kentucky State Police.  No other details relating to the incident are listed on the indictment.

55-year old Antonio Sallee was indicted on charges of first degree sexual abuse against a minor under 12 years of age, two counts first degree sodomy, two counts of first degree rape, unlawful transaction with a minor, two counts incest and two counts indecent exposure. The indictment alleges Sallee committed these acts against two minors under the age of twelve between July 2015 and December 2016.

Also indicted Friday was 26-year old Shane Crenshaw of Lafayette, on charges of first degree burglary, fourth degree assault and first degree wanton endangerment. The warrant states that in November, Crenshaw allegedly forced his way into the home of the victim, saying he was going to take their son.

When the victim intervened, Crenshaw allegedly punched her twice in the face while she was holding the 3-year old child. The victim reportedly had visible bruising to her right eye and left cheek.                                                                                **