Indictments Unveiled: Assault, Burglary, and Credit Card Fraud Charges in Christian County

**Hopkinsville, Kentucky -** A Christian County Grand Jury has handed down several indictments on charges including wanton endangerment, burglary, and fraudulent use of a credit card. These indictments represent a range of criminal activities that have taken place in the community, highlighting the ongoing efforts to address criminal behavior.

One of the indictments is against Jacquavius Redd, a resident of Hopkinsville, who faces charges of assault and four counts of wanton endangerment. The incident in question occurred on June 14th, during which Redd allegedly used a deadly weapon to cause injuries to one person and posed a risk of death or serious injury to four others.

In another case, Ryan Barnett, also from Hopkinsville, has been indicted on a charge of first-degree burglary. The offense took place on February 6th when Barnett broke into his ex-girlfriend’s home on Forbes Drive. As reported by Hopkinsville Police, Barnett had previously lived in the house but had returned his key and moved out several weeks prior to the incident. During the burglary, he allegedly took a gun from the premises and left it on the back porch.

Michael Houchens, a resident of Hopkinsville, is facing charges of fraudulent use of a credit card, theft by deception, and theft by unlawful taking. The indictment accuses Houchens of using his employer’s business credit card between December 18th and December 27th to obtain money, goods, or services worth less than $10,000. Additionally, Houchens is accused of stealing property owned by his employer, with an estimated value of under $500, which he then pawned for $160 at Cash American Pawn, despite knowing it was stolen.

Another individual, Timothy Roland from Herndon, has also been indicted for fraudulent use of a credit card. The charge alleges that Roland used a credit card stolen from a victim in Livingston County between December 1st and December 17th to acquire money, goods, or services totaling approximately $3,497.

These indictments highlight the commitment of the Christian County Grand Jury to hold individuals accountable for their actions. As the legal process unfolds, the affected parties, law enforcement, and the community at large will be closely following the proceedings in order to ensure justice is served. It is vital to address criminal behavior and maintain the safety and well-being of the community.