Grand Jury returns indictments against 19 individuals

The August Grand Jury convened in the Circuit Court of Pocahontas County last week and returned the following indictments:

Logan James Smith, 24, address unknown: one count, Unlawful Taking of a Vehicle, a misdemeanor.

Rodney Brewer, 47, of Dunmore: two counts, Person Prohibited from Possessing a Firearm, a felony; two counts, Driving While License Revoked for Driving Under the Influence, a misdemeanor; one count, Possession with Intent to Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Non-Narcotic Substance, Methamphetamine, a felony; one count, Possession with Intent to Deliver a Schedule III, Controlled Narcotic Substance, Buprenorphine, a felony; one count, Possession with Intent to Deliver of a Schedule IV Controlled Non-Narcotic Substance, Alprazolam, a felony; one count, Person Prohibited From Possessing a Firearm Who Carries a Concealed Firearm, a felony.

Eric Dakota Castle 21, of Princeton: one count, Wanton Endangerment Involving a Firearm, a felony; one count, Possession with Intent to Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Non-Narcotic Substance, Methamphetamine, a felony; one count, Possession with Intent to Deliver a Schedule I, Controlled Non-Narcotic Substance, Marijuana, a felony.

Darin Ramsey, 31, of Durbin: one count, Failure to Meet an Obligation to Provide Support to a Minor, a felony.

Richard Tawney, 41, address unknown: one count, Failure to Meet an Obligation to Provide Support to a Minor, a felony.

Shelia Smith a/k/a Shelia Peck, 45, of Bluegrass, Virginia: one count, Grand Larceny, a felony.

Dustin D. Morrison, 25, of Marlinton: one count, Malicious Assault, a felony; one count, Possession with Intent to Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Non-Narcotic Substance, Methamphetamine, a felony; one count, Possession with Intent to Deliver a Schedule III Controlled Narcotic Substance, Buprenorphine, a felony; one count, Possession with Intent to Deliver a Schedule IV Controlled Non-Narcotic Sub- stance, Clonazepam, a felony.

Robbie L. Harlan, 38, of Norton: one count, Fleeing from a Law Enforcement Officer with Reckless Indifference to the Safety of Others, a felony.

Gary McKenney, 70, of Marlinton: one count, Driving While License Revoked for Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol, Third Offense, a felony; one count, Entry of a Building Other Than a Dwelling, a felony.

Luca Byrd, 28, of Marlinton: one count, Failure to Register as a Sex Offender, a felony.

Bryan Thompson: 59, of Hillsboro: one count, Aid in Concealing Stolen Property, a felony; one count, Person Prohibited from Possessing a Firearm, a misdemeanor.

Clinton E. Buzzard, 34, of Marlinton: one count, Receiving Stolen Property, a misdemeanor; one count, Possession of a Schedule I Controlled Non-Narcotic Substance, Marijuana, a misdemeanor.

Samuel Lee Williams, 34, of Hillsboro: one count, Transferring Stolen Property, a misdemeanor.

Joseph Tawney, 38, of Hillsboro: one count, Transferring Stolen Property, a misdemeanor; one count, Burglary, a felony.

Richard Keener, 38, of Hillsboro: one count, Grand Larceny, a felony; one count, Possession with Intent to Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Non-Narcotic Sub- stance, Methamphetamine, a felony; one count, Driving While License Revoked for Driving Under the Influence, a misdemeanor.

Cory L. Alexander, 31, of Marlinton: one count, Possession with Intent to Deliver a Schedule II, Controlled Non-Narcotic Substance, Methamphetamine, a felony.

Lynn Jordan, 32, of Marlinton: one count, Possession with Intent to Deliver a Schedule II Controlled Non-Narcotic Substance, Meth-amphetamine, a felony; one count, Possession with Intent to Deliver a Schedule III Controlled Narcotic Substance, Buprenorphine, a felony.

Jody Wright, 29, address unknown: one count, Possession of a Controlled Substance in State Correctional Facility, a felony.

Dustin Crisp, 26, address unknown: one count, Possession of a Controlled Substance in State Correctional Facility, a felony.

Arraignments will be held September 1 before the Honorable Judge Jennifer P. Dent and September 9 before the Honorable Judge Robert E. Richardson.

An indictment is not proof of guilt. A person is considered innocent until proven otherwise by a jury of their peers.

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