Pair accused of June shooting indicted

Mary Ann Kearn - [email protected]
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Two men accused of breaking into the apartment of a Maysville couple and shooting a man in June have been indicted by a Mason County grand jury.

Camron Chamar Gibbs, 19, of Maysville, and Darion Lattrell Myrick, 20, also of Maysville, each faces one count of first-degree burglary in connection with the June 15 incident, according to the indictments.

According to reports from Maysville Police officials, the men were allegedly involved in a shooting at the Vine Street apartment. Officers were initially called in response to a report that a man had been shot in the chest. Upon arrival, officers discovered two men had been shot — one in the chest and the other in both hands.

One of the victims, Jacob Kiskaden, who lived in the apartment, was shot in the chest. He survived the shooting and underwent surgery at an undisclosed hospital, according to earlier testimony by Maysville Police Detective Chris Conley.

According to court records and testimony, the victim and his wife awoke to find two men in their bedroom. They identified Gibbs but were unable to identify the other man because his face was covered, Conley said. Myrick was alleged identified by Gibbs, according to police testimony, and by his vehicle from the scene that he had borrowed.

Police said Gibbs told them he had gone to the residence to buy marijuana. He also allegedly said that he and Kiskaden fought over the gun and he was shot in both hands during the struggle.

Also at home at the time of the incident was a 6-month-old child and a 16-year-old male.

Gibbs was released from the Mason County Detention Center in July on a $10,000 cash bond.

Myrick remains in MCDC, also under a $10,000 cash bond.

Court dates for the men were not available.

An Augusta man was indicted on multiple charges in connection with a Aug. 6 incident.

Larry Marsh, 56, was indicted for third-degree assault when he allegedly “intentionally attempted to cause physical injury to Sgt. Eric Hylander of the Maysville Police Department by rubbing blood upon the person of Sgt. Hylander while in custody.”

The incident stemmed from an alleged shoplifting episode at WalMart, according to the indictment. Marsh also faces one county of theft by unlawful taking shoplifting, one count of third-degree criminal trespass for unlawfully entering or remaining in WalMart and one count of second-degree criminal mischief when he “intentionally and wantonly deface, destroyed or damaged property…” belonging to another person and valued at $500 or more, the indictment indicates. In addition he is charged with being a persistent felony offender.

Marsh is being held in the MCDC.

Other indictments handed down included:

— Mary Jane Lucas, 43, make false statement to obtain increase of benefits over $100. According to the indictment, Lucas claimed unemployment benefits from Cox Maysville IGA and failing to report wages from Houchens Food Group Inc. in the amount of $5,292. She is also charged with third-degree assault on a police officer.

— Michael Jake Barnett, 24, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, first-degree possession of a controlled substance first offense methamphetamine.

— Melissa Ann Elliott, 46, first-degree possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine.

— Curtis Allen Spencer, 48, second-degree burglary.

— Brandi Stitt Adkins, 40, DUI, possession of drug paraphernalia, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance first offense methamphetamine.

— Anthony Earl McFarland, 26, possession of drug paraphernalia, first-degree second offense possession of a controlled substance methamphetamine, tampering with physical evidence.

— Michael McAdams, 40, first-degree bail jumping.

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Mary Ann Kearn

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