A Christian County Grand Jury returned indictments for burglary and felony against several Hopkinsville men Friday.
Indicted for two-counts of second-degree burglary is 58-year old Roy Jenkins of Hopkinsville. The indictment alleges Jenkins forcefully entered a home on Little River Church Road and assaulted a woman inside on December 3. The homeowners were able to lock the door when he stepped outside, but the warrant says Jenkins forced his way back inside, breaking the door.
Marty Draper of Hopkinsville is indicted for felony theft of CSX railroad parts. Court documents allege that in Mach, Draper unlawfully took plates, brackets and spikes belonging to CSX worth more than $500.
Also indicted was his co-defendant, Christopher Diller of Hopkinsville. Diller stated he had spoken with a CSX employee who told him he could take any old parts lying on the right of the tracks on Kelly Church Road. Contact was made with CSX, who told deputies they had not given anyone permission to take anything from the area.
Both men are charged with theft by unlawful taking over $500, which is felony theft.