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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: August 1-August 5, 2016
Attention: Assignment Editor
Director of Communications: Jeff Cooke
Office: (502) 595-2340 Ext. 3027
Cell / Text: (502) 262-5809
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.
Jacquan Crowley – 14CR3196 (Fleeing or Evading Police in the First Degree, Possession of a Handgun by a Convicted Felon, Tampering with Physical Evidence) – 16CR1810 (Attempted Murder, Possession of a Handgun by a Convicted Felon, Fleeing and evading in the First Degree, Persistent Felony Offender in the First Degree.)
- Crowley (DOB 11/10/93) on July 8th, 2016, the Defendant was arraigned on case 16CR1810 facing charges relating to the shooting of an LMPD Police Officer. At the time of the shooting the defendant was on felony probation on case number 14CR3196. On July 28, 2016 the defendant was revoked and sent to serve a 10 year sentence in Jefferson County Circuit Court Division 1. The defendant’s next pretrial conference on case 16CR1810 will take place in Jefferson County Circuit Court Division 4 on September 7, 2016 at 10:15. He is currently held on that case by a $500,000 bond. Justin Janes is the prosecutor.
David Satterfield – 14CR0326 (Murder)
- Ryan Olberding is the prosecutor. A joint press release concerning this case was issued on a Friday, July 29, 2016. A copy of that release follows:
On July 29 2016, Attorney General Andy Beshear and Jefferson County Commonwealth’s Attorney Thomas B. Wine announced the guilty plea and sentencing of David T. Satterfield Jr., 36, for a 2007 murder.
In 2007, Satterfield was employed as a certified medical technician through an employment agency at Parkway Rehabilitation and Nursing Center (previously named Parkway Medical Center) in Louisville. While working at Parkway, Satterfield intentionally injected Parkway resident Marcelline Vale with insulin. Vale, who had no medical reason for the insulin, died as a result of the injection.
Satterfield also acknowledged in his plea that he injected two other patients with insulin and that he had no medical reason to do so.
“The actions taken by the caregiver in this case are incomprehensible and immoral,” Beshear said. “We must take every step necessary to protect our most vulnerable citizens and prosecute their abusers to the fullest extent of the law.”
Judge Judith McDonald-Burkman sentenced Satterfield to a term of 25 years in prison. Under Kentucky law, Satterfield will not be eligible for parole until he serves 85 percent of the sentence or 20 years, whichever date comes first.
This case was prosecuted by the Jefferson County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office and investigated by the Kentucky Attorney General’s Office of Medicaid Fraud and Abuse and the Louisville Metro Police Department.
Beshear said he appreciates the work of the Cabinet for Health and Family Services Department of Community Based Services and the cabinet’s Office of the Inspector General for their work on this case.
“This prosecution is the perfect example of cooperative efforts between law enforcement agencies such as the Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney, the Kentucky Attorney General’s Office and local police departments in protecting the most vulnerable members of our society,” Wine said.
Kyree Yancey- 16CR1049 (Murder, Robbery in the First Degree, Possession of a Handgun by a Minor)
- Mr. Yancey (DOB 1/30/99) on July 29, 2015 shot the victim, Garfield S. Webb, Jr., multiple times at the 700 Block of Camp Street. The defendant then robbed Mr. Webb before fleeing. Mr. Webb died as a result of his injuries. The defendant was 16 years old at the time of the incident. He was apprehended by law enforcement in Amarillo, TX on February 10, 2016. A Pretrial Conference is scheduled for Thursday, August 4, 2016 at 8:30 a.m. in Division 8 of Jefferson Circuit Court. Emily Cecil is the prosecutor.
John Przybylek – 16CR1459 (Operating a Motor Vehicle Under the Influence 4th or subsequent offense, Operating a Motor Vehicle while License is Revoked or Suspended for DUI Second Offense, Wanton Endangerment in the First Degree, Fleeing or Evading Police First Degree, Failure to Stop and Render Aid, Persistent Felony Offender in the Second Degree)
- Mr. Przybylek (DOB 7/4/1983) has been indicted in connection with a collision that occurred on March 28, 2016 at the intersection of South Hurstbourne Parkway and Watterson Trail. A pretrial conference is scheduled for Thursday, August 4, 2016 at 9:30 a.m. in Division 5. Kristi Gray is the prosecutor.
Cleosey Henderson – 11CR3874 (Assault in the First Degree, Sexual Abuse in the First Degree, Unlawful Imprisonment in the First Degree, Persistent Felony Offender in the First Degree)
- Mr. Henderson (DOB 8/21/1965) was convicted by a jury on June 14, 2016 of Assault in the First Degree, Sexual Abuse in the First Degree, Unlawful Imprisonment in the First Degree and Persistent Felony Offender in the First Degree. The jury recommended a sentence of sixty years. Formal sentencing is scheduled for Friday, August 5 at 9:00 a.m. in Division 1. Kristi Gray and Cortney Hardin are the prosecutors.
Kalief A. Cummings – 15CR2303 (Assault in the First Degree [Two Counts])
- Mr. Cummings (DOB 12/11/69) is charged with stabbing two sisters who were visiting Louisville for a bachelorette party. The incident occurred on August 23, 2015, near Second and Liberty Streets. A hearing on the defendant’s motion to suppress statements and identification is scheduled for Monday, August 1 at 1:30 in Division 13 of Jefferson Circuit Court. Elizabeth Jones Brown is the prosecutor.
Mark Tatum – 12CR1734 (Murder, Wanton Endangerment, Retaliating Against a Participant in the Legal Process)
- Mr. Tatum (DOB 12/11/1959) On May 31, 2012 fatally shot the victim who was his next door neighbor. They had been involved in an ongoing dispute over the past several months. In mid-April of 2012, the victim had filed a criminal complaint against the defendant stating he had fired a pellet gun in the direction of his house causing damage to his residence. The victim had witnessed these events at his home. Undeterred by the legal action, Mr. Tatum fired at the victim with a sniper rifle from a room in the upstairs of his house, down and across into the victim’s house. He was found guilty of Murder at jury trial; the jury recommended a sentence of 35 years for penalty. Sentencing is expected to take place in Jefferson County Circuit Court Division One on Monday, August 1, 2016 at 9:00am. Nick Mudd is the prosecutor.