A Stanford man was indicted last week on numerous charges, including felonies of fetal homicide and wanton murder. Court documents said 43 year old Rodney Alcorn faces the charges after a crash last October. A grand jury said in its findings that Alcorn was under the influence of alcohol when the fatal crash happened. It happened on US 150 when Alcorn was driving from Danville and heading toward Stanford, lost control of his vehicle and slammed into a rock wall, then rolling numerous times. Neither Alcorn nor his passenger Teresa Hoskins were wearing seatbelts, and she was pronounced dead at the scene. The Lincoln County Coroner said after an autopsy that the Danville woman was pregnant when she was killed. Her four year old daughter was treated and released from UK Hospital. Alcorn is still in the Lincoln County Regional Detention Center.