Organized Crime Indictments In Martin County

Reported by: Tom Kenny
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Updated: 2/07/2013 7:38 pm
State Police said Thursday that eight people had been indicted for Engaging in Organized Crime in Martin County.

State Police Post 9 Pikeville conducted an investigation into the theft of funds belonging to the Martin County Water District.

State Police said from the investigation, it was determined that 8 people fraudulently obtained and cashed checks illegally from the water department account.

The indictees include:
  • Jerry L. Maynard, 24, Inez
  • Colby C. Maynard, 26, Inez
  • Nannie Lucy Blackburn, 35, Inez
  • Dennis Scott, 34, Pilgrim
  • Alvin Wesley Johnson, 28, Inez
  • Melissa Hinkle, 28, Inez
  • Justin Keller, 29, Inez
  • Sean Keller, 27, Inez

State Police said all eight people were indicted by the Martin County Grand Jury on charges of engaging in organized crime / criminal syndicate.

The case remains under investigation.
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