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Man indicted for breaking into storage units

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    SHEPHERDSVILLE - A man who broke into various storage units has been indicted.
    The Bullitt County Grand Jury indicted Keith Carlton Melvin III on one count of first-degree burglary, six counts of burglary in the third degree, six counts of theft by unlawful taking over $300, a single count of criminal mischief and being a persistent felony offender.
    According to the indictment, Melvin broke into storage units from All-Star Storage. During one of the break-ins on May 27, 2009, he allegedly had a deadly weapon.
    The most serious of the charges was a Class B felony, punishable by 10-20 years in prison. However, due to three past felony convictions, that sentence could be enhanced.
    Det. Jeremy Meyer of the Shepherdsville Police Department investigated the case.
    In other indictments:
    *Gerald W. McIntosh III - charged with rape, a Class C felony punishable by 5-10 years in prison.
    According to the indictment, McIntosh allegedly had sexual intercourse with a girl less than 14 years of age on Aug. 15, 2010.
    Pioneer Village police officer Neil Bowen investigated the case.
    *Daniel L. Martin - charged with assault.
    According to the indictment, Martin allegedly caused injury to a woman on Sept. 2, 2010. This is a Class C felony.
    Det. Steve Clark of the Shepherdsville Police Department investigated.
    *Jonathan M. Mulvaney - charged with two counts of burglary, one count of theft by unlawful taking over $500, two counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument and being a persistent felony offender.
    According to the indictment, Mulvaney allegedly broke into homes on Aug. 28 and Sept. 3, 2010.
    He took items from one home and then forged a check from another home.
    The Class C felony is the most serious and that is punishable by 5-10 years in prison. However, that could be enhanced due to two prior felony convictions.
    Terry Phillips of the Lebanon Junction Police Department investigated the case.
    *Jerry Bruce - charged with possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.
    The indictment alleges that on Sept. 13, 2010, Bruce had a handgun in his possession. This is a Class C felony punishable by 5-10 years in prison.
    Darren Vires of the Hillview Police Department investigated the case.
    *Brandy Caffee - charged with criminal abuse, a Class C felony.
    According to the indictment, Caffee abused a child less than 12 years old between April 16-18, 2010.
    Det. Tim Waters of the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Department investigated the case.
    *Tamara L. Hanks - charged with theft by unlawful taking of an auto valued at over $10,000.
    The indictment alleges that she took control over a 2008 Ford Escape that belonged to another individual.
    This is a Class C felony punishable by 5-10 years in prison.
    Deputy Brent Hall of the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Department investigated the case.
    *Jeremy L. Habermehl - charged with forgery and possession of a controlled substance.
    The indictment alleges that on Aug. 26, 2010, Habermehl altered a document.
    And on that same date, he allegedly had methamphetamine in his possession.
    Both are Class D felonies punishable by 1-5 years in prison.
    Hillview police officer Scott Creason investigated the case.
    *Larry Ogden Jr. - charged with burglary.
    The indictment alleges that on Aug. 18, 2010, he entered Country Vogue with the intent to commit a crime. This is a Class D felony punishable by 1-5 years in prison.
    Det. Buddy Stump of the Mount Washington Police Department investigated the case.
    *Derek D. Chesser - charged with theft by unlawful taking over $500.
    The Class D felony allegedly occurred between Aug. 20-23, 2010, when Chesser took control over property belonging to Bullitt Fire and Sprinkler.
    Stump investigated the case.
    *James C. Beverly - charged with fraudulent insurance acts over $300.
    The indictment alleges that on Aug. 2, 2010, Beverly made false statements on a claim.
    This is a Class D felony.
    Stump investigated the case.
    *Morgan Horne - charged with four counts of complicity to theft by deception under $10,000.
    The indictment alleges that on June 1-2, 2010, Horne took items valued at under $10,000 from the Speedway station.
    The Class D felony was investigated by Clark.
    *Nathen A. Stevens - charged with driving under the influence for a fourth offense.
    On Aug. 15, 2010, Stevens was allegedly driving under the influence. This is a Class D felony.
    Rocco Besednjak of the Shepherdsville Police Department investigated.
    *Joseph D. Pike - charged with receiving stolen property under $10,000 and being a persistent felony offender.
    According to the indictment, Pike allegedly had property of another individual on Aug. 24, 2010, that was valued at under $10,000.
    This is a Class D felony punishable by 1-5 years in prison. However, due to a 2007 felony conviction, the sentence could be enhanced.
    Besednjak investigated the case.
    *Jonathan Leber - charged with three counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument.
    The indictment alleges that on June 10, 2010, Leber had forged instruments.
    These are Class D felonies punishable by 1-5 years in prison.
    The state department of revenue investigated the case.
    *Mark Jennings - charged with receiving stolen property under $10,000, fleeing police and being a persistent felony offender.
    According to the indictment, Jennings allegedly had property that did not belong to him on May 13, 2010, and then tried to elude the police.
    The Class D felonies are punishable by 1-5 years in prison. However, due to four other felony convictions, that sentence could be enhanced.
    Richard Jones of the Bullitt County Sheriff’s Department investigated.
    *Monyka C. Brown and Laura J. Cobble - each charged with failure to report a change in order to receive benefits.
    The indictment alleges that each failed to disclose information that would have affected their eligibility to receive public assistance.
    The Class D felonies are punishable by 1-5 years in prison.
    *William Harris and Michael W. Baker Jr. - each charged with flagrant non-support.
    The Class D indictment alleges that both fell more than $1,000 behind in child support payments.
    An indictment does not mean guilt or innocence. Instead, it means that at least nine of the 12 grand jurors felt there was enough evidence to continue with a criminal trial.