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Donald S. Geach, Sr., 77, was indicted Nov. 7 by the Anderson County Grand Jury on two counts of incest and two counts of first-degree sexual abuse of a minor over a period of three years.
Geach allegedly “committed the offense of incest when he had deviate sexual intercourse” with a minor under the age of 12 during an incident that took place between September 2005 and September 2007. Geach is also charged with a sexual abuse offense during that same time period.
Geach was also indicted for a second incident of incest that occurred between September 2007 and July 2008 with a victim less than 18.
He was also indicted for an incident of sexual abuse with the same victim, a person less than 16 years old.
Shelby T. Waford Jr., 28, of 1375 Gilberts Creek Road, was indicted Nov. 7 on felony charges of first-degree rape, first-degree sodomy, first-degree trafficking in controlled substance and illegal possession of a controlled substance.
Waford was also indicted for misdemeanor charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana, failure to notify Transportation Cabinet of change of address, and possession of controlled substance not in original container.
The indictment stems from an incident that occurred April 7, according to Grand Jury court documents.
Jerry Brawley, 22, of 3104 Fawn Leap Drive, was indicted Nov. 7 for two felony counts of first-degree sexual abuse of a person under 12. The indictments stem from acts allegedly committed between Jan. 1 to July 10.
Aaron D. Caudill, 20, of 1350 Caldwell Road, was indicted Nov. 7 for third-degree burglary, a Class D felony.
The indictment stemmed from an incident in July 2012 in which Caudill allegedly entered and remained in a 1260 Fox Creek Road building with the intent to commit a crime.
Lawrence P. Huff, 48, of 73 Griffin Drive, was charged as a first-degree persistent felony offender after being indicted Nov. 7 for two counts Class D felonies of third-degree burglary and theft by unlawful taking, and multiple past felony convictions.
The indictments stem from two July 19 incidents in which Huff entered or remaining in a 1000 Bypass North building with the intent to commit a crime, and taking property of $500 value or more belonging to Walmart.
Huff was previously charged and sentenced by the Campbell Circuit Court to nine years in the Kentucky Department of Corrections for a felony count from November 2010 for theft by unlawful taking; three years in the Kentucky Department of Corrections by Fayette Circuit Court in April 2007 for first-degree wanton endangerment; one year in the Kentucky Department of Corrections by the Fayette Circuit Court for a June 2003 felony of theft by unlawful taking; and two years in the Kentucky Department of Corrections by Scott County Court in August 1995.