Two Williamson women were arrested and arraigned last week on numerous charges connected to a home invasion and robbery, police said.
According to police, on June 16, Jaquaylla Kessler, 30, and Heather Musick, 33, allegedly forced their way into the home of a West Williamson woman and began strangling and beating the woman.
The woman told police that Musick additionally "put a gun in her mouth and threatened her," after which Musick and Kessler stole approximately $27,000, a handgun, and a cellphone from her.
Both women were arraigned by Magistrate Dave Justice and charged with assault during the commission of a felony, nighttime burglary, conspiracy, armed robbery, malicious wounding, and grand larceny.
The investigating and arresting officers were Williamson PD Chief Grady Dotson, Lt. J. E. Spence, and Patrolman A. T. Layne.
Also arraigned were:
Eugene Thorn III, 42, of Williamson, possession with intent to deliver (Schedule I), possession with intent to deliver (Schedule III), person prohibited from possessing a firearm, and conspiracy.
John Michael Cundiff, 39, of Williamson, no registration, DUS, no insurance, possession with intent to deliver (Schedule I), possession with intent to deliver (Schedule III), person prohibited from possessing a firearm, and conspiracy.
Justine Emmanuel Cline, 26, of Gilbert, domestic assault and battery.
Earl Adkins Jr., 50, of Pikeville, Kentucky, no registration, no insurance, driving revoked (DUI), and no operator's license.
Kayla Hopson, 22, of Turkey Creek, Kentucky, pedestrian on roadway, solicitation, and obtaining money under false pretenses.
Donald Edward Grimmett, 45, of Verner, possession of controlled substances.
Zachery Blake Lester, 25, of Logan, trespassing on property other than structure or conveyance.
Scott Maynard, 43, of Edgarton, driving revoked (DUI).
Danny Wiley, 50, of Gilbert, possession of a controlled substance.
Michael Terry Cline, 34, of Hanover, armed robbery, malicious wounding, grand larceny, person prohibited from possessing a firearm, and brandishing.
Michael Phillip Vance, 72, of Delbarton, discharging firearm within 500 ft. of a dwelling, brandishing, animal cruelty, and wanton endangerment.