STANFORD — The following people were indicted last week by a Lincoln County grand jury:
- Michael D. Paolini, 53, and Cheryl A. Paolini, 50, both of 962 Maywood Way, allegedly cultivating and trafficking in marijuana on April 15. Bonds were set at $20,000 each. Trooper Gary Thornberry testified before the grand jury.
- Charlene L. Blackwell, 36, of 43 Spring Run Road, welfare fraud for allegedly failing to report changes impacting her eligibility for benefits between December 2009 and April of this year. Bond was set at $5,000. Bradley Reid of the Office of Inspector General testified.
- Marisa J. Neal-Norman, 50, 135 Tanner Circle, welfare fraud for allegedly failing to report changes impacting her eligibility for benefits between January 2007 and May of this year. Bond was set at $5,000. Reid testified.
- Jonathan M. Durham, 24, of 2000 Boone Road, and Leslie Day, 38, 140 Triangle Way, Lancaster, theft more than $10,000 and criminal mischief for allegedly taking property belonging to Jason Singleton on June 20 and doing more than $1,000 in damage. Bonds were set at $25,000 each. Sheriff Curt Folger testified.
- Carrie R. McKnight, 33, of Danville, forgery for allegedly having a forged check for $153 drawn on Cumberland Security Bank on Sept. 5. Bond was set at $5,000. Stanford detective Barry Allen testified.
- Lawrence A. Seadler, 57, of Louisville, possession of a forged presrciption for allegedly trying to pass a forged prescription at Rite Aid on Sept. 12. Bond was set at $10,000. Allen testified.
- Dennis Wood, 36, of 3000 Somerset Road, flagrant nonsupport for allegedly falling $3,422 behind on child support payments. Bond was set at $3,400. Donna Spoonamore testified.
- John A. Martin, 42, 1100 Shake Rag Road, flagrant nonsupport for allegedly falling $4,485 behind on child support payments. Bond was set at $5,000. Spoonamore testified.