The Todd County Grand Jury has indicted a Guthrie man on numerous charges, including some related to methamphetamine.
Facing charges of trafficking in meth, DUI, receiving a stolen firearm, criminal possession of a forged instrument, illegal use of blue lights, possession of drug paraphernalia and failure to maintain insurance is 20-year old Kayan Garett of Guthrie.
The Todd County Sheriff’s Department stopped Garrett in May for using blue lights on his vehicle and a search allegedly revealed meth, a stolen handgun and drug paraphernalia.
The grand jury indicted 24-year old Keelon Rice of Clarksville on charges of wanton endangerment, third-degree assault of a police officer, fleeing or evading police, speeding, driving with a suspended license and resisting arrest.
Kentucky State Police stopped Rice for speeding on US 79 in April, but he allegedly accelerated again after being ordered out of his car, nearly dragging a trooper who had opened his door under the vehicle.
Jesse McLendon was indicted or flagrant non-support and for being a persistent felony offender; Billy Garrett is facing indictment for possession of meth and drug paraphernalia; and Christian Eggen is charged with meth, marijuana and gun charges.
Indicted for second-degree assault (domestic violence) is James Mann.