Multiple indictments for burglary were returned by a Christian County Grand Jury Friday, along with an indictment for wanton endangerment against a Hopkinsville woman.
Indicted for second-degree burglary and felony theft is 26-year old Edward Prease, a Christian County Jail inmate who walked away from a work detail in December. He allegedly admitted to entering a Keeton Drive residence with the intent to commit a crime and stealing a vehicle in an attempt to go to South Carolina. He reportedly said he walked away from the detail to go to South Carolina because of family issues.
Twenty-nine year old Bradley Davis of Hopkinsville is indicted on charges of second-degree burglary, criminal mischief and fourth-degree assault. A warrant alleges he kicked in the door of the victim’s residence, assaulted her and shattered her phone before breaking a $400 sliding glass door and the side door of the residence.
Indicted for third-degree burglary is 53-year old Richard LaPlante of Hopkinsville, who allegedly broke into the Main Street Tavern in June and stole $530 in cash. The warrant reports that video footage clearly shows his face.
Thirty-six year old April Leann Forrest of Hopkinsville was indicted for first-degree wanton endangerment, which alleges she used a shovel to break windows at a West Second Street address, and one of the rooms was reportedly occupied by two small children. Shards of glass had to be cleaned off the children.