Grand Jury returns indictments
by Alan Reed --
Mar 22, 2006 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Among other suspects facing indictment before a Trigg County District Court Grand Jury, Michael J. Hunter of Cadiz faced the panel for a count of robbery in the 1st degree, as well as burglary in the first degree.

The charges stem from an alleged January 20, 2006 incident of home invasion, in which Hunter was said to have burglarized the residence of an elderly Cadiz resident. The victim, who was in residence at the time, was said to have sustained minor injuries in the police report.

At the time, Hunter was out on $10,000 bond from the Trigg County Jail on a separate charge of aggravated armed robbery. During that incident, the defendant was accused of using a handgun to rob a Washer’s IGA customer of his wallet in the parking lot of the establishment. At the time, the accused was said to have been publicly intoxicated, and faces a single count of that charge as well.

The March 8 grand jury indicted Hunter on two felony charges. He was quartered at the Trigg County Jail, in lieu of a $10,000 cash bond.

Also indicted by the March 8 grand jury were Reggie Cavanaugh and Jerry Paul Proffitt, on charges of flagrant non-support, Marcus A. Tyler for two counts of 1st trafficking in a controlled substance, Bobbie A. Price for 1st degree possession of a controlled substance, tampering with physical evidence, and possession of drug paraphernalia, and William M. Fields for criminal abuse in the first degree.
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