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Suspects indicted for drug-related charges

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SHEPHERDSVILLE -- Drugs continue to be an issue in Bullitt County.

And the Bullitt County Grand Jury recently indicted a number of individuals on drug-related charges.

*Hank W. Berry and Martina A. McClellan -- indicted for complicity to manufacture methamphetamine, complicity to traffick a controlled substance and complicity to possession of a controlled substance.

The indictment alleges that on May 13, 2014, the pair had the chemicals or equipment needed to manufacture meth and they had the drug in their possession.

They also allegedly had drug paraphernalia in their possession.

The most serious offense is a Class B felony, punishable by 10-20 years in prison.

Shepherdsville officer Rocco Besednjak investigated.

*Lekisha N. Sherrill and Stephanie S. Logsdon -- indicted for complicity to manufacture methamphetamine and complicity to criminal abuse.

The indictment alleges that on Feb. 24, 2014, the two had the chemicals or equipment needed to manufacture meth.

And, they allowed a six-year-old child to be abused.

The most serious offense is a Class B felony, punishable by 10-20 years in prison.

Det. John Miller of the Bullitt County Sheriff's Office investigated.

*James K. Allen -- indicted for trafficking in a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia while in possession of firearm and possession of a handgun by a convicted felon.

On April 25, 2014, Allen allegedly had methamphetamine in his possession with the intent to sell.

On that same day, Allen had a firearm in his possession even though he was a convicted felon.

The most serious offense is a Class B felony punishable by 10-20 years in prison. 

Kenneth Waters of the Bullitt County Sheriff's Office investigated.

*Patrick H. Horn and Patrick A. Horn -- indicted for complicity to manufacturing methamphetamine, two counts of complicity to wanton endangerment and complicity to possession of a controlled substance.

Patrick H. Horn was indicted for being a persistent felony offender.

Patrick A. Horn was also indicted for tampering with physical evidence.

According to the indictment, the men allegedly had chemicals or equipment to manufacture meth on Jan. 20, 2014. They also had meth in their possession.

They were also charged with endangering a 15-year-old male and an elderly woman in the residence.

The most serious offense is a Class B felony, punishable by 10-20 years in prison. However, two prior felony convictions could enhance any sentence for Patrick H. Horn.

The Bullitt County Sheriff's drug task force investigated.

*Bobbi L. Worner, Misty V. Worner and Edward Lee White -- indicted for complicity to trafficking in a controlled substance. In addition, Bobbi Worner was indicted for tampering with physical evidence.

According to the indictment, the trio allegedly sold hydrocodone to an individual on April 28, 2014.

This is a Class C felony.

Bobbi Worner faces a Class D felony for allegedly trying to destroy evidence.

The drug task force investigated.

*Matthew S. McClure -- indicted for possession of a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence.

The indictment alleges that on March 22, 2014, McClure had methamphetamine in his possession. And he allegedly tried to destroy evidence.

The most serious allegation is a Class C felony punishable by 5-10 years in prison.

The drug task force investigated.

*James T. Lewis -- indicted for trafficking in a controlled substance and tampering with physical evidence.

According to the indictment, Lewis allegedly tried to sell hydrocodone on April 28, 2014.

And then he tried to destroy evidence.

The Class C felony was investigated by the Bullitt County Sheriff's drug task force.

*Lindsey R. Durrett - indicted for trafficking in a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance.

According to the indictment, Durrett allegedly had heroin in her possession with the intent to sell on Feb. 17, 2014.

The most serious offense is a Class C felony, punishable by 5-10 years in prison.

The Bullitt County Drug Task Force investigated.

*Terry L. Wren -- indicted for selling counterfeit substance and two counts of wanton endangerment.

According to the indictment, Wren sold counterfeit heroin on July 29, 2013.

Also, the defendant operated his vehicle to put a detective and another person in danger.

The Class D felony is punishable by 1-5 years in prison. The drug task force investigated.

*Morgan Bryan -- indicted for tampering with physical evidence and promoting contraband.

The indictment alleges that on June 29, 2013, Bryan destroyed evidence and tried to introduce a dangerous item into the Bullitt County Detention Center.

The Class D felonies were investigated by the drug task force.

*Jeffrey M. Newsome -- indicted for possession of a controlled substance, tampering with physical evidence and being a persistent felony offender.

The indictment alleges that on April 19, 2014, Newsome had meth in his possession and then tried to destroy evidence.

The Class D felony could be enhanced due to a 1999 felon in Boyd County.

The Bullitt County Sheriff's drug task force investigated.

*Adam R. Woosley -- indicted for possession of a controlled substance, wanton endangerment and being a persistent felony offender.

The indictment alleges that on Dec. 24, 2013, Woosley had heroin in his possession.

On that day, his actions placed an infant child in danger.

The most serious offense is a Class D felony, punishable by 1-5 years in prison. However, due to three past felony convictions, any sentence could be enhanced.

Deputy Charlie Mann of the Bullitt County Sheriff's Office investigated.

An indictment does not mean guilt or innocence. Instead, it means that at least nine of the 12 grand jurors felt there were enough evidence to move forward with a criminal trial.