A state inmate who escaped from work release and later was found by Madison County Probation and Parole officers hiding in his wife’s refrigerator was indicted Thursday for his alleged crimes.

William D. Hill, 32, no listed address, is charged with second-degree escape and being a first-degree persistent felony offender. If convicted, Hill could serve up to 20 years in prison.

Madison County Probation and Parole Officers Jarrod Elkins and Tim Horn were making a home visit at Cassandra Hill’s Four Mile residence when during a security sweep of the home, Hill was found in the refrigerator.

Hill, 32, was convicted in November of 10 counts of third-degree burglary and sentenced to five years in prison. He and his wife, Cassandra Lowery Hill, 20, both were charged initially with 20 counts of burglary when they broke into A1A Storage on Keeneland Drive. Cassandra Hill later was given five years of probation for her involvement in the burglaries.

On Feb. 19, William Hill was performing inmate work release at the Madison County bus garage when he escaped custody.

“He took a car that belonged to the county bus garage and drove away from his work site,” Madison County Detention Center Capt. Tom Jones said previously.

William Hill allegedly dumped the stolen car at Kenneth Hall Plumbing next to the Madison County Stockyards, Jones said, and has been avoiding capture ever since.

The grand jury also returned the following indictments Thursday:

• Carl Asher, 21, of Hazard, second-degree wanton endangerment, second-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia (first offense), reckless driving and disregarding a stop sign.

Asher had been charged with first-degree assault for a March car crash in which he seriously injured a Richmond woman while he allegedly was under the influence of drugs. Asher could serve up to 12 months in jail and be subject to fines if convicted.

• Sherry R. Potts (aka: Sherry R. Correll and Sherry R. Abner), 30, listed address as “various Clark County addresses,” and Daniel L. Correll, 37, Winchester. Potts is charged as the principal in one count of theft by deception and Correll is charged with complicity to the theft. Potts also is charged as a first-degree persistent felony offender. If convicted, Potts could serve up to 20 years in prison while Correll could serve one to five years upon conviction. (MCSO)

• Christopher L. Burns, 30, no listed address. In two separate indictments, Burns is charged with four counts of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (his first offenses) and possession of drug paraphernalia (first offense). If convicted, Burns could serve up to 20 years in prison. (RPD)

• Ryan Walker, 19, no listed address, three counts of receiving stolen property (firearms), receiving stolen property with a value of more than $300, possession of drug paraphernalia (second offense), receiving stolen property with a value of less than $300, possession of marijuana, second-degree possession of a controlled substance, third-degree trafficking in a controlled substance. If convicted, Walker could serve up to 20 years in prison. (RPD)

• DeQuentin LaCharles Anderson, 22, Kendall Joseph Anderson, 20, no listed address for either. DeQuentin Anderson is charged with first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, third-degree possession of a controlled substance and being a second-degree persistent felony offender, enhancing the penalty for the trafficking charges upon conviction. Kendall Anderson is charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance.

If convicted, DeQuentin Anderson could serve up to 20 years in prison. Kendall Anderson could serve one to five years upon conviction. (RPD)

• Colen Wilburn, 31, Robert D. Wilburn Jr., 26, both of Red House Road, third-degree burglary. Colen Wilburn also is charged as a second-degree persistent felony offender. If convicted, Colen Wilburn could serve up to 15 years in prison while Robert Wilburn could serve one to five years in prison upon conviction. (KSP)

• Craig Taylor, 19, no listed address, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (first offense). If convicted, Taylor could serve five to 10 years in prison. (RPD)

• Raymond Lamar Crutcher, 20, no listed address, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of marijuana. If convicted, Crutcher could serve up to five years in prison. (RPD)

• Irvine N. Perkins, 25, of Tates Creek Road, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia. If convicted, Perkins could serve one to five years in prison.

• Raymond T. Mitchell, 35, Tiffany Alexander, 22, both of Berea, first-degree possession of a controlled substance. Mitchell additionally is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of marijuana. If convicted, each could serve one to five years in prison. (MCSO)

• Emanuel L. Carter, 35, no listed address, flagrant non-support. If convicted, Carter could serve up to five years in prison. (Madison County Child Support Office)

An indictment is a formal accusation of a crime and does not establish guilt.

Kelly Foreman can be reached at kforeman@richmondregister.com or 624-6694.

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