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OFFICE OF THE COMMONWEALTH’S ATTORNEY
COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY
30th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
THOMAS B. WINE, COMMONWEALTH’S ATTORNEY

Weekly Media Release: May 2-May 6, 2016

Attention: Assignment Editor
Director of Communications: Jeff Cooke
Office: (502) 595-2340 Ext. 3027
Cell / Text: (502) 262-5809
E-mail: jcooke@louisvilleprosecutor.com

NOTE: These represent only a few of the many cases which the Office of Jefferson County Commonwealth’s Attorney is handling. If you have any comments, or need further information concerning these or any other matters please do not hesitate to call. An indictment is only an accusation. A defendant is presumed innocent until or unless found guilty. The enclosed court actions are subject to change.

According to the Rules of Criminal Procedure (RCr 3.02, 3.05, and 8.01), the arraignment of individuals whose case has been submitted directly to the grand jury shall take place within a reasonable time after the return of an indictment. If you are interested in a case that has been submitted directly to the grand jury, then please contact the court division in which it has been assigned to obtain the time and date of the arraignment.

FEATURED PROSECUTORS – THE NARCOTICS UNIT

  • Most of their work week is spent keeping the poison pushers away from Louisville’s Youth. Recently, the Narcotics Unit showed its dedication to bettering the lives of kids by raising over $12,000 for the Corrections for a Cure as part of St. Baldrick’s Charity.  By shaving their heads they were able to get donations to support children who are diagnosed with cancer.
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(Frank, Richard, Aaron, Josh, Ebert, and Andrew proving bald is beautiful?)

SIGNIFICANT EVENTS

Keith Stovall- 14CR2762 (Sex Abuse in the First Degree [Two Counts], Persistent Felony Offender in the Second Degree)

  • Stovall (DOB 9/11/69) exposed himself for his own gratification to two small children that were temporally in his care while their family member was sick. The defendant was found guilty at jury trial in Jefferson County Circuit Court Division Two on both counts; the jury recommended a sentence of 10 years for each count, making the sentence a total of 20 years. Alicia Gomez and Nathan Batey were the prosecutors.

Princess Bolin – 08CR3467, 09CR1120, 11CR033 (Various Trafficking Charges, Wanton Endangerment, Endangering the Welfare of a Minor, Tampering); (Various Trafficking Charges, Tampering); (Illegal Possession of a Controlled Substance)

  • Bolin (DOB 7/16/82) was revoked on a variety of cases for picking up an Escape charge to which she plead guilty in Jefferson County Circuit Court Division 10. She was revoked on 08CR3467 (10 years), 09CR1120 (5 years), and 11CR0335 (3 years), and then plead guilty to one count of Escape in the 2nd Degree and received a 1 year sentence, consecutive, for a total sentence of 19 years. Nick Mudd was the prosecutor.

ARRAIGNMENT

Tiffany M. Cecil – 16CR1137 (Criminal Abuse in the First Degree, Criminal Abuse in the Second Degree)

  • Cecil (DOB 10/14/94) is charged in connection with the 10/24/15 conduct relating to her own child. She struck a one year old child in the face causing injuries. The defendant, was the only caretaker for victim, did not seek medical attention for the injury.  Instead, family members noticed victim’s injuries and took the victim to Kosair Hospital.  An exam was conducted and it was concluded that the injuries were induced by trauma to a critical area of a very young child.  The victim suffered severe bruising to the forehead, face and eye.  The case will be arraigned in Division 8 of the Jefferson County Circuit Court at 1:00pm.  Nathan Batey is the Prosecutor.

PRETRIAL CONFERENCES

Laura Carrier – 16CR0613 (Robbery in the First Degree)

  • Carrier (DOB 9/21/63) is charged in the January 6, 2016, robbery of the Cash Express located at 2402 Brownsboro Road when she was armed with a knife and demanded business cash.  The defendant’s bond is currently $10,000 full cash. A Bond Hearing is scheduled to take place on Wednesday, May 4 at 9:30 a.m. in Division Five. Jennifer Murzyn Yancey is the prosecutor.

David T. Satterfield, Jr. – 14CR0326 (Murder)

  • Mr. Satterfield (DOB 12/28/79) is charged in connection with the August 6, 2007, death of Ms. Marcelline Vale at the Parkway Medical Center.  A pretrial conference is scheduled for Monday, May 2, 2016, at 11:45 a.m. in Division Nine of the Jefferson Circuit Court.  Ryan Olberding is the prosecutor.

HEARINGS

Antonio Polen – 15CR1826 (Assault in the First Degree, Criminal Attempt Murder, and Possession of a Handgun by a Convicted Felon)

  • Mr. Polen (DOB 1/3/86) is alleged to have shot Mr. Joe McGuire, multiple times with a handgun, on Saturday, June 27, 2015, at the Economy Inn hotel, located at the 3300 block of Bardstown Road. Mr. Polen was found to be in possession of the gun after the shooting, and the gun was confirmed to be stolen. Mr. Polen is a convicted felon, and as such is not permitted to own or possess any sort of firearm or handgun. A competency hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, May 3, 2016, at 9:35 a.m. in Division Five of the Jefferson Circuit Court. Mr. Nick Mudd is the prosecutor.

Antonio Young – 13CR2681-001 (Murder, Robbery in the First Degree, Tampering with Physical Evidence, Persistent Felony Offender in the Second Degree)

  • Mr. Young (DOB 6/08/87) was indicted in connection with the September 28, 2013, murder of Troy Johnson Jr.  Young, along with his two armed co-defendants, robbed and shot the victim.  He and a codefendant hid the murder weapons in his backyard.  The defendant is a Persistent Felony Offender in the Second Degree.  A suppression hearing is scheduled for Monday, May 2, 2016, at 1:00 p.m. in Division Thirteen of the Jefferson Circuit Court.  Emily Cecil and Critt Cunningham are the prosecutors.

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