Kenneth Davenport, 36, of Jonesville, was indicted on one count of rape for allegedly assaulting his wife, who is confined to a wheel-chair.
David L. Catron, 61, of Rose Hill, was indicted on one count of rape and one count of assault and battery of a family member for allegedly assaulting his live-in girlfriend.
Scott Robbins, 41, of Keokee, was indicted on one count of aggravated sexual battery for a series of events between August and November of 2003.
Victoria Parsons, 46, was indicted on 40 counts of forgery and 10 counts of grand larceny for allegedly embezzling from a 91-year-old St. Charles woman.
Lee County Commonwealth's Attorney Shawn Hines said Parsons was staying with the elderly victim in a caretaker position and was to be paid once a week. She allegedly wrote herself several checks as an advance on her pay over a five-month period, the checks amounted totaling more than $20,000.
Others indicted include:
- Aaron Bledsoe, 19, of Duffield, indicted for unauthorized use of an automobile.
- Billy Michael Ewing, 34, of St. Charles, indicted for breaking and entering, larceny and destruction of property.
- Crystal Gail Webb Ewing, 28, of St. Charles, indicted on the count of receiving stolen goods.
- Cameron Wayne Leonard, 33, of Jonesville, indicted for felony elude police, reckless driving as an habitual offender.
- Michael John Paul Litton, 26, of Pennington Gap, indicted on the count of obtaining money by false pretense.
- Chris Mullins, 27, of Pennington Gap, indicted for breaking and entering and grand larceny.
- Dana Satterfield, 35, of Dryden, indicted for failing to return rental property.
- Pauline Satterfield, 41, of Dryden, indicted for failing to return rental property.
- Pansy Beth Sheckles, 19, of Harrogate, Tenn., indicted for forgery, uttering, two counts conspire.
- Rose Mary Sheckles, 40, of Harrogate, Tenn., indicted for forgery, uttering, two counts conspire.
- Jimmy Shupe, 24, of Pennington Gap, indicted for grand larceny.
- Idella S. Slayton, 22, of Pennington Gap, indicted on one count of grand larceny.
The grand jury also returned one sealed two-count indictment for charges of adultery and rape.
An indictment is not proof of guilt and trials for the accused will be scheduled for court at a later date.