Eleven indictments handed up by Grand Jury

Jaynell Graham
Editor

According to Pocahontas County Circuit Court Clerk Connie Carr, the following indictments were handed up in the August Term of the Pocahontas County Grand Jury:

Bobby Lee Morrison, 54, of Dunmore: one count, driving revoked for DUI, third offense, a felony.

Danielle Lee Smith, 28, of Marlinton: one count, possession with intent to deliver a Schedule II controlled non-narcotic substance, a felony; one count, delivery of a Schedule II controlled non-narcotic substance, a felony.

George Bradley Sewell, 35, of Hillsboro: one count, grand larceny, a felony; one count, embezzlement, a felony.

Carolyn S. Wilfong, 53, of Elkins: one count, disposing of property to defraud creditors, a misdemeanor; one count, attempt fraudulent schemes, a felony; one count, fraudulent schemes, a felony.

Ami Rae King a/k/a Ami Gibson Thornton, 42, of South Charleston: one count, fraudulent schemes, a felony.

Bradley C. McDaniels, 39, of Marlinton: one count, delivery of a Schedule II controlled non-narcotic sub- stance, a felony.

Jennifer Fay Lambert, 29, of Mill Creek: one count, possession with intent to deliver a Schedule II controlled non-narcotic substance, a felony; one count, possession with intent to deliver a Schedule IV controlled non-narcotic substance, a felony; one count, person prohibited from possessing a firearm, a felony.

Shanda May Stull, 25, of Bartow: one count, possession with intent to deliver a Schedule I controlled non-narcotic substance, a felony.

Skylar W. Tincher, 18, of Union: one count, malicious assault, a felony.

Rodney W. Brewer, 44, of Durbin: one count, possession with intent to deliver a Schedule IV controlled non-narcotic substance, a felony.

John Martin Stull, 27, of Bartow: one count, possession with intent to deliver a Schedule I controlled non-narcotic substance, a felony; one count, manufacture a controlled substance, a felony.

An indictment is not proof of guilt. All individuals are considered innocent until proven otherwise by a jury of their peers.

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