The Christian County Grand Jury today indicted 16 people for various heinous crimes.
51-year old Donald Cramer of Herndon was indicted on two counts of 1st degree sexual abuse,1st degree unlawful transaction with a minor, illegal controlled substance under 18 years old, 1st degree unlawful transaction with a minor, 3rd degree unlawful transaction of a minor, illegal sexual activity, victim under the age of 18, falsely reporting an incident and 1st degree wanton endangerment.
According to his indictment, Cramer allegedly made inappropriate sexual contact with a 16-year old female and gave the juvenile alcohol and three prescription pills and touched her inappropriately while she slept.
26-year old Anthony Grimes of Hopkinsville was indicted for 1st degree robbery after he allegedly used physical force upon Narenda and Savitaben Patel, the owners of Fairview Inn, while committing a theft from them and was armed with a deadly weapon or dangerous instrument will committing the act on March 27th, 2010.
Grimes allegedly held up the Fairview Inn at gunpoint and made off with about $1500.
Meanwhile, 45-year old Monte Neely was indicted for 1st degree stalking, retaliating against a participant in a legal process, using restricted ammunition during a felony, carrying a concealed deadly weapon.
32-year old Michael James Hunter of Hopkinsville was indicted for 2nd degree burglary, two counts of 3rd degree assault, retaliating against a participant in a legal process, 2 counts of 3rd degree terroristic threatening.
Hunter is accused of unlawfully entering the residence of Whitney Cayce at 703 East 3rd Street with the intent to commit a crime on July 19th and then kicked and head-butted two officers on July 23rd and then threatened to harm Cayce, whom he believed would be a witness in the legal proceedings against him.