The Kentucky State Police Post 8 in Morehead received a call on Friday, March 1, 2019 at 7:15am from a male subject in Elliot County stating that a juvenile female had showed up at his residence. Upon further investigation, it was determined that the juvenile had been held at a remote location on Lytten Fork Road and left the residence in the middle of the night. Kentucky State Police Troopers, along with Kentucky Fish and Wildlife and the Elliot County Sheriff’s Department, responded to the residence on Lytten Fork Road. While at the residence, another juvenile sibling was located, as well as an adult sibling. The adopted father, 48-year-old Ronald Stinespring of Sandy Hook, was also at the residence. Officers with Fish and Wildlife observed activities of illegal hunting. Arrested at the scene were Devon Stinespring, Desirae Stinespring, Ty Stinespring, and Ronald Stinespring. Charges include complicity to commit criminal abuse, resisting arrest, menacing, and illegal taking or possessing of deer/wild turkey. All subjects were lodged in the Rowan County Detention Center.