Three people were named in indictments recently handed down by a Mason County grand jury.
Kelly Elizabeth George, 27, of Clarksville, Ohio, was indicted on six counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument for alleged possession of forged checks ranging from $200 to $1,000 and totaling $2,600 on the account of another woman. The checks in question were written on or about April 10-12, according to the indictment.
Each count is punishable by 1-5 years in prison if found guilty.
She is scheduled for arraignment in Mason Circuit Court on Aug. 10.
George remains free on bond.
Ruth Ann Turner, 40, of Maysville, was indicted on one count of first-degree fleeing or evading police on foot for an alleged incident which took place on June 21,
According to the indictment, Turner “knowingly or wantonly disobeyed a direction to stop by a person recognized to be a police officer and by fleeing or eluding she caused or created a substantial risk of serious physical injury to any person or property.”
The charge carries a possible punishment of 1-5 years in prison.
Turner is currently being held in the Mason County Detention Center on a $1,000 bond. She is scheduled to appear in Circuit Court Aug. 1.
Tonya Lee Glispie, 36, of Tollesboro, was indicted on two counts, including one of second-degree fleeing or evading police in connection with a June 19 incident when she allegedly “knowingly or wantonly disobeyed a direction to stop by a person recognized to be a police officer who has a reasonable articulate suspicion that a crime has been committed by the person fleeing and fleeing or eluding she caused or created a substantial risk of serious physical injury to any person.” She also faces a charge of second-degree escape from a detention facility, the Mason County Detention Center.
Count one of the indictment is a misdemeanor and count 2 carries a 1-5 year sentence upon conviction.
Glispie is being held at MCDC under a $2,000 bond and is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 1.