James Parker Rodney Gordon
Eight separate indictments for drug-related charges were handed down Friday by the Logan County Grand Jury.
Among those is one for trafficking in cocaine, possession of meth and for being a persistent felony offender against 51-year old Rodney Gordon of Russellville. Gordon was arrested following a traffic stop last month on Armstrong Street in Russellville.
The grand jury indicted 32-year old Amanda Dockery of Beechmont for trafficking in methamphetamine, theft of identity and for being a persistent felony offender. The Logan County Sheriff’s Department says meth was found in her backpack during an investigation last month.
Forty-five-year-old Krystal Johnson of Lewisburg is indicted on charges of being a persistent felon, trafficking in meth, meth possession and possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia.
An indictment for meth trafficking and possession and for being a PFO was returned against 35-year old David Ramey of Greenville and a true bill for PFO and for trafficking in a controlled substance, possession of meth and possession of marijuana was returned against 41-year old Jamie Vincent of Lewisburg.
Fifty-eight-year-old James Parker of Adairville was indicted on counts of wanton endangerment, DUI, possession of a handgun by a felon and carrying a concealed deadly weapon. Parker allegedly tried to run another motorist off of Nashville Road last month while holding a gun out of the window and then fired six rounds into a corn field. No one was injured.
Destiny Dugent was indicted for meth possession, DUI and other charges, while William Foster is indicted for possession of meth, other drug possession charges, menacing and resisting arrest.
Samual Salazar is charged with trafficking in marijuana; Derek Banda with terroristic threatening, menacing and criminal mischief; and Nicholas Bryan for fourth-degree assault—domestic violence.
Amanda Dockery David Ramey