Suspect indicted in gas station shooting _ the state journal

A man accused of firing shots at a man Friday night as he fled the BP Station located at 127 North and Steele Branch Road, was indicted Tuesday by a Franklin County grand jury.

Tyrone Burt, 38, of Frankfort, has been identified as the suspect accused of following a man into the BP store. Grade 9 electricity worksheets Franklin County Commonwealth’s Attorney Larry Cleveland said Burt was allegedly after return of property or payment.

“It’s hard to say, because what one of the perpetrators was saying to the victim was, ‘where is my shit?’” Cleveland said. Gas station near me “So, that’s either payment or return of property. Gas bloating nausea Take your pick.’”

“It was a great shot because it not only struck the victim, it also struck the store clerk and the owner of the store,” Cleveland said. B games play online “A ricocheting beer bottle.”

Burt was also allegedly armed with a handgun, and followed the victim out into the parking lot of the BP store and fired several shots at him that struck the pick-up truck he was driving.

Burt was indicted on first-degree wanton endangerment, a Class D felony; second-degree assault, a Class C felony; and being a persistent felony offender.

Burt’s persistent felony offender charges stem from 2007 convictions in Franklin County on first-degree enhanced possession of a controlled substance, cocaine, first-degree fleeing or evading police in a motor vehicle, third-degree assault of a police officer, possession of marijuana, and being a convicted felon in possession of a handgun; and a 2005 conviction in Franklin County for receiving stolen property valued at more than $300.

Terrence Graves, 51, and Mia Graves, 32, were indicted as co-defendants in the case and both were also charged with first-degree wanton endangerment.

Terrence Graves was also charged with being a persistent felony offender for a 2014 Franklin County conviction for first-degree possession of a controlled substance, opiates, and tampering with physical evidence; a 1998 Franklin County conviction for second-degree robbery of a business and a 1994 conviction of second-degree robbery of a business.

Shaqueal Harris, 24, of Frankfort, was indicted on one count of possession of marijuana, a Class B misdemeanor; possession of synthetic drugs, a Class B misdemeanor; third-degree possession of a controlled substance, Xanax, a Class A misdemeanor; public intoxication from a controlled substance, a Class B misdemeanor; first-degree promoting contraband, a Class D felony; and tampering with physical evidence, also a Class D felony.

Cleveland said a retired Versailles Police officer noticed Harris was acting confused, disoriented and his pants were nearly falling off on March 2, 2016, so he contacted a deputy with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Office with whom he was acquainted, and explained what he had observed.

Cleveland said the Sheriff’s office dispatched two deputies to Kroger who confirmed that Harris did appear to be under the influence, so they ran his information and discovered he had an outstanding warrant.

Harris was then arrested and searched, Cleveland said, and was found to have some marijuana and synthetic marijuana on his person, as well as a Xanax pill, and more than $3,000 cash.

When Harris was taken to the jail, Cleveland said it was also discovered he had marijuana inserted in his anus, which led to the additional promoting contraband charge.

Jason Hatcher, 21, of Lexington, was indicted on one count of trafficking in marijuana, more than 8 ounces but less than 5 pounds, first offense, a Class D felony; tampering with physical evidence, also a Class D felony; possession of drug paraphernalia, and speeding 11 miles per hour over the limit.

Hatcher, a University of Kentucky football player at the time of his arrest, was released on his own recognizance the same day of the incident, and issued a criminal summons to appear in Franklin Circuit Court on the charges.

Richard W. Grade 9 electricity unit test Wethington, 30, of Frankfort, was indicted on first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, more than 2 grams of heroin, a Class B felony; first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, less than 2 grams of heroin, a Class D felony; being a convicted felon in possession of a handgun, a Class C felony; receiving stolen property, a handgun, a Class D felony; enhanced possession of drug paraphernalia and being a persistent felony offender.

Darius Dunbar, 22, of Frankfort, was indicted on one count of alcohol intoxication in a public place, trafficking in a controlled substance, more than 4 grams of crack cocaine, a Class C felony; and first-degree promoting contraband, a Class D felony.

According to a Sheriff’s report, Dunbar was arrested Feb. T gastrobar el tenedor 26 on a charge of alcohol intoxication as a passenger in a vehicle driven by Doug Martin after Martin was stopped and arrested for driving under the influence, an outstanding warrant and having an open container of Hennessy.

Both men were taken to the Franklin County Regional Jail where jail staff then reported discovering that Dunbar had 35 small packages of crack cocaine concealed in his groin area, which led to the additional charges of trafficking and promoting contraband.

Ian N. Electricity drinking game Berry, 36, of Frankfort, was indicted on one count each of first-degree possession of a controlled substance, first offense, methamphetamine, a Class D felony; possession of marijuana, a Class B misdemeanor; operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs, first offense, a Class B misdemeanor; possession of drug paraphernalia, speeding 18 miles over the limit and failure to produce insurance card.

Jordan T. Power usage estimator Hammock, 20, of Lexington, was indicted on first-degree wanton endangerment, a Class D felony; carrying a concealed deadly weapon, a pistol, and resisting arrest, both Class A misdemeanors; enhanced first-degree possession of a controlled substance, first offense, cocaine, a Class C felony; first-degree fleeing or evading police in a motor vehicle, a Class D felony; second-degree fleeing or evading police, a Class A misdemeanor; speeding more than 26 miles over the limit, no/expired registration plates, and failure to non-owner operator to maintain required insurance.

Benjamin C. Electricity bill payment hyderabad Lee, 26, of Gordonsville, Tenn., was indicted on one count each of theft by unlawful taking or disposition, an auto, valued at more than $10,000 but less than $1,000,000, a Class C felony; theft by unlawful taking or disposition, a controlled substance valued at less than $10,000, a Class D felony; theft by unlawful taking or disposition of property valued t more than $500 but less than $10,000, a Class D felony. Electricity physics problems Lee was also indicted on three counts of being a persistent felony offender.

Steven Bowman, 30, of Frankfort, was indicted on one count each of first-degree possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, a Class D felony; public intoxication from a controlled substance, a Class B misdemeanor; and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor.