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PIKEVILLE Fifteen inmates at the United States Penitentiary Big Sandy have been indicted on charges of possession of prohibited objects, and some of the charges include the possession of a shank or homemade knife, and the possession of marijuana.
Charles Ford, Joel Lavon Boyd, Melvin Cruz-Mendoza, Miguel Angel Cruz-Polanco, Dennis Dykes, Matthew Isaac Jackson, James Garza, Rayshawn Williams, Robert Lee Williams, Richard Montano-Concepcion, Gilfredo S. Lopez, Horsley Therow Sohappy, Michael Eric Ontiveros, Marco Antonio Corona and Jimmy L. Pierce were all indicted on the charges in U.S. District Court in Pikeville.
A representative of the United States Penitentiary Big Sandy declined to comment on whether one mass search led to the alleged discovery of the prohibited items and contraband.
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