The Grand Jury's indictments are similar to the original charges filed by the Kentucky State Police following their investigation. One notable exception is the Grand Jury returned an indictment for kidnapping, a class B felony in place of the original charge of unlawful imprisonment.
The following indictments and their descriptions are as follows:
Count One: Assault, fourth degree domestic violence, minor injury; "That on or about March 10, in Marshall County, [Barlow] committed the offense of assault fourth degree by striking the victim in the face with his closed fist several times and slamming her head against a wall, in violation of KRS 508.030."
Count Two: Wanton endangerment, first degree; "[Barlow] committed the offense of wanton endangerment, first degree, by firing a pistol into the bed where the victim was sitting and holding the loaded gun to her head, in violation of KRS 508.060."
Count Three: Terroristic threatening, third degree; "[Barlow] committed the offense of terroristic threatening, third degree by threatening to kill the victim in violation of KRS 508.080."
Count Four: Kidnapping, adult; "[Barlow] committed the offense of kidnapping by unlawfully restraining the victim with the intent to inflict bodily injury or terrorize her, in violation to KRS 509.040.
Count Five: Rape, first degree domestic violence; "[Barlow] committed the offense of rape, first degree, by engaging in sexual intercourse with the victim through the use of forcible compulsion, in violation of KRS 510.040."
Barlow is scheduled to appear in Marshall County Circuit Court Monday morning.