A Marshall County grand jury recently returned a number of indictments including:

• Ray D. Dufay, 58, of Grand Rivers, was indicted for theft by deception over $500 but less than $10,000 (complicity), a Class D felony and devising or engaging in a scheme to defraud the Kentucky Medical Assistance Program (KMAP) of $300 or more (complicity), a Class D felony. The indictment alleges between Aug. 22, 2016 and Nov. 29, 2017 Dufay obtained property or services from the KMAP by creating or reinforcing a false impression as to law, value, intention or other state of mind. He also allegedly entered into an agreement, combination or conspiracy to obtain or aid another in obtaining payments from KMAP by submitting fictitious, false or fraudulent applications, claims, reports or documents for payment to the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS); made false or fraudulent claims in a document for the CHFS used in determining rights to any benefit or payment.

• Melissa Ann Dufay, 59, of Grand Rivers, was indicted for devising or engaging in a scheme to defraud the Kentucky Medical Assistance Program (KMAP) of $300 or more (complicity), a Class D felony. The indictment alleges between Aug. 22, 2016 and Nov. 29, 2017 Dufay allegedly entered into an agreement, combination or conspiracy to obtain or aid another in obtaining payments from KMAP by submitting fictitious, false or fraudulent applications, claims, reports or documents for payment to the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS); made false or fraudulent claims in a document for the CHFS used in determining rights to any benefit or payment.

• Nicole J. Reichard, 32, of Benton, was indicted for trafficking in a controlled substance, 1st degree, 1st offense (greater than or equal to two grams of methamphetamine), a Class C felony; tampering with physical evidence, a Class D felony; theft of a motor vehicle registration plate/renewal decal, a Class D felony; trafficking in a controlled substance, 3rd degree, 1st offense (less than 20 dosage units drug unspecified), a Class A misdemeanor; operating on suspended/revoked operators license, a Class B misdemeanor; failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security first offense, a Class B misdemeanor; improper display of registration plate; no/expired Kentucky registration receipt; no/expired registration plates; failure to produce insurance card, and persistent felony offender 2nd degree. The indictment alleges that on or about June 15, Reichard possessed more than two grams of methamphetamine with intent to sell and/or distribute; attempted to conceal evidence she had reason to believe would be used against her in a legal proceeding; knowingly and unlawfully took a decal from another vehicle placing it on her license plate; knowingly possessed a quantity less than 20 dosage units with the intent to sell and/or distribute Alprozolam; was in physical control of a motor vehicle while her operator's license was suspended; failed to maintain the minimum required vehicle insurance; failed to illuminate the proper registration plate that matches the vehicle she was in control over; failed to produce a current registration receipt; failed to maintain the proper registration plates, and failed to produce a current insurance card.

• Tanner Dalton Stevenson, 24, of Calvert City, was indicted on two counts of Rape 2nd degree, no force, a Class C felony. The indictment alleges that on or about July 1, 2018 and August 15, 2018, Stevenson committed rape, 2nd degree, no force, by having sexual intercourse with a female less than 14 years of age, in his bedroom.

• Justin A. Seaford, 29, of Benton, was indicted for tampering with physical evidence, a Class D felony; trafficking in a controlled substance, 2nd degree, 1st offense (less than 20 dosage units drug unspecified), a Class D felony and hindering prosecution or apprehension, 2nd degree, a Class A misdemeanor. The indictment alleges that on or about July 16 Seaford, believing an official proceeding was pending or may be instituted, altered evidence with the intent to impair its verity or availability; knowingly possessed a quantity of less than 20 dosage units of Suboxone with intent to sell and/or distribute, and rendered assistance to John Gay with intent to hinder the punishment of whom is being sought in connection with the commission of a criminal offense.

• John Gay, 53, of Benton, was indicted for trafficking in a controlled substance, 2nd degree, 1st offense (less than 20 dosage units drug unspecified), a Class C felony; illegal possession of a legend drug, a Class B misdemeanor and controlled substance prescription not in original container 1st offense, a Class B misdemeanor. The indictment alleges that on or about July 16, Gay knowingly sold Suboxone to a confidential informant while in possession of a handgun; knowingly possessed Methocarbamol and possessed a controlled substance not in its original container from a pharmacist or physician.

• Blake A. Williams, 25, of Dexter, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance, 1st degree, 1st offense (methamphetamine), a Class D felony and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor. The indictment alleges that on or about June 21, Williams knowingly and unlawfully possessed methamphetamine while in possession of a handgun, and knowingly and unlawfully possessed a baggy containing a white powder, several glass pipes and a set of digital scales.

• Terry Rudd, 41, of Calvert City, was indicted for sexual abuse 1st degree, victim under 12 years of age, a Class C felony, and persistent felony offender, 2nd degree. The indictment alleges Rudd subjected a female who was under 12 years of age to sexual contact. Rudd also had a prior conviction of possession of a controlled substance by the St. Louis, Missouri Circuit Court in March 2018.

• Matthew Lee McKinney, 33, of Benton, was indicted for possession of a controlled substance, 1st degree, 1st offense (methamphetamine), a Class D felony and possession of drug paraphernalia, a Class A misdemeanor. The indictment alleges McKinney knowingly and unlawfully possessed methamphetamine, and knowingly and unlawfully possessed a glass pipe with drug residue.

• Travis W. Isaacs, 31, of Benton, was indicted for fleeing or evading police, 1st degree (motor vehicle), a Class D felony; resisting arrest, a Class A misdemeanor; operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol, drugs, etc. with .08 aggravated circumstance, 3rd degree, a Class A misdemeanor; reckless driving; speeding 20 mph over the limit; disregarding a traffic control device, traffic light and disregarding a stop sign. The indictment alleges on June 7, Isaacs wantonly disobeyed an order to stop, given by a Marshall County Sheriff's deputy, while operating a motor vehicle with the intent to elude or flee which created a substantial risk of serious physical injury or death to the officer; resisted arrest by using physical force against a deputy who was arresting him; was in physical control of a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs, while having two prior convictions; was driving in a reckless manner, crossing the white line several times at a high rate of speed; operated a motor vehicle more than 65 mph in a 45 mph speed zone; ignored a red traffic light and ran through it and ignored a stop sign, running through it.

• Rachel A. Fryer, 34, of Hardin, was indicted for theft by unlawful taking or disposition controlled substance under $10,000, a Class D felony and forgery 3rd degree, a Class A misdemeanor. The indictment alleges Fryer knowingly took a prescription of Hydrocodone from Bobby Spiller with a value under $10,000, and forged the name of her sister, Tammy Stamper, to obtain a prescription that was written for Bobby Spiller.

• Patricia Matheny, 60, of Benton, was indicted for theft of property lost or mislaid greater than $500, a Class D felony. The indictment alleges Matheny took property belonging to Rhiannon McIntosh valued at over $500, which McIntosh had lost or mislaid in a shopping cart in Food Giant, with failure to take reasonable measures to restore the property to the owner.