Two Hopkinsville residents were indicted by a Christian County Grand Jury Friday on unlawful transaction with a minor charges.
The indictments for 21-year old Darrell Johnson and 19-year old Dominque Jeffers, both of Hopkinsville, allege that on December 12 officers were dispatched to East Ninth Street. Upon arrival they discovered both men inside a vehicle where a strong smell of marijuana was allegedly coming from. A search of the vehicle allegedly revealed a handgun wrapped in a bag in the floor board, along with some marijuana.
A juvenile was sitting in the back passenger seat. Jeffers and Johnson were charged with second-degree unlawful transaction with a minor, possession of marijuana and carrying a concealed deadly weapon.
Antonio Sallee was indicted for the second time this month, this time on charges of being a persistent felony offender. The indictment states following Sallee’s recent felony indictment for sodomy, incest, rape, unlawful transaction with a minor and other serious charges, it was the fourth felony indictment Sallee had gained. He also was indicted for Robbery in 2008, possession of cocaine in 2002 and possession of cocaine in 1996.
All those combined resulted in the indictment for persistent felony offender.