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Apr 15, 2014 11:55 AM

Three Indicted In Connection To 2013 Reckless Homicide Case In Lewis County

Two Lewis County men are behind bars and another person has been indicted, accused in the 2013 death of a woman.

Court documents reveal John Glispie, 36, and Brian Clark, 26, both of Garrison, were indicted by a grand jury and taken into custody last week in connection to the death of Heather Stone, who was assaulted and left for dead on Kinney Road in October 2013.

The Ledger Independent reports an indictment was handed down on April 4; the two men were arrested last Friday.

Glispie was indicted on one count of reckless homicide and one count second-degree being a persistent felony offender. Clark was indicted on one count reckless homicide.

A third person previously arrested in connection to the case has also been indicted with reckless homicide.

Jesse Bertram, 25, was arrested on Nov. 1, 2013, and charged with first-degree assault, after witnesses reported she was one of three people seen assaulting a woman and leaving the debilitated woman in the middle of the road. Bertram was released on Nov. 19.

Last week's indictment now lists her charges as reckless homicide.

The Lewis County Sheriff's Office says they found Heather Stone's body on Kentucky 1306 around 11 p.m. on Oct. 31 after she was hit by a vehicle. The driver of the car hit Stone after she had been left on the road for dead. The driver stopped to help and wasn't charged in the case.

Stone was taken to Southern Ohio Medical Center in Portsmouth, Ohio, where she died of sustained injuries.

All three indicted in the case are from Garrison, a northern Kentucky town right on the Kentucky River. Both men are being held in the Lewis County Detention Center.


Information from the Ledger Independent.

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