BROOKSVILLE | A Bracken County grand jury recently issued indictments naming six people on a variety of charges from rape to wanton endangerment and theft.
Heather Eichenberger, 29, and Robert Cheesman Jr., 34, were both indicted for alleged negligent care of the same disabled adult.
According to the indictments, prior to Sept. 26, Cheesman and Eichenberger assumed responsibility for the care of a disabled adult and neglected to feed or care for the person with dental or medical care.
Arraignment of Cheesman and Eichenberger is scheduled for Nov. 21; a $5,000 cash bond was set on each.
In unrelated cases, Robert Duke, 49, was indicted for incidents which allegedly occurred between Jan. 25 and Feb. 2.
Duke was indicted on three counts of rape, five counts of sodomy and a count of sexual abuse, of a person under 16 years old.
According to the indictment, the incidents occurred in Duke's residence. He is scheduled for arraignment Nov. 21; a bond of $10,000 cash was recommended.
Brandy R. Seiter, 30, was indicted for DUI and wanton endangerment.
According to the indictment, on Sept. 18, Seiter was operating a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or other intoxicants, while three minor children were passengers in the vehicle.
Seiter was arraigned Oct. 17 and her $3,000 unsecured bond carried over from Bracken County District Court.
Joshua Riley, 23, was indicted for receiving stolen property, allegedly taken in a burglary Dec. 2, 2012 in Mason County, with a value of more than $500.
Hannah S. Sallee Marsh, 20, was indicted on two counts of theft by unlawful taking of a firearm.
According to the indictment a .45-caliber Taurus Model 4510 and 9 mm Ruger Model 03095 handguns were taken from a Bracken County man on July 1.
Marsh was arraigned Oct. 17 and her $2,000 unsecured bond carried over from Bracken County District Court.