The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

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August 2, 2012

Grand jury returns a variety of indictments

The following were indicted by the July term of the Summers County grand jury:

Ashley Jean Bailey, 26, Hinton, delivery of a controlled substance

Michael Hayden Clayton, 32, Forest Hill, burglary, 2 counts; destruction of property, 3 counts; attempt to commit burglary

Samuel Joseph Pack, 36, Jumping Branch, bringing stolen property into the state;

Joseph Todd Hunt, 31, Princeton, grand larceny

Timothy Wayne Lacy, 39, Jumping Branch, fleeing in a vehicle while DUI

Clark Adkins Jr., 19, Hinton, burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, grand larceny, conspiracy to commit grand larceny, destruction of property

Coty Stracener, 19, Hinton, burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, grand larceny, conspiracy to commit grand larceny, destruction of property

Amanda Nicole Patrick, age unavailable, Hinton, counterfeiting, conspiracy to commit counterfeiting

Cody Michael Graham, 20, Princeton, conspiracy to commit counterfeiting

James Andrew Holcomb, 51, Surveyor, fleeing while DUI; DUI 3rd offense; driving revoked for DUI; reckless driving

Leigh Ann Wyatt, 33, Sophia, grand larceny

Anthony Shawn Adkins, 34, Pipestem, malicious assault, child abuse resulting in injury

Susie Renee Bennett, 33, Pipestem, driving under the influence, 3rd offense, driving under the influence causing injury, driving revoked for driving under the influence

John Michael Huff, 21, Hinton, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, child neglect creating risk of injury

Raven Ratliff, 20, Hinton, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance

Elizabeth Ellen Yopp, 27, Hinton, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, child neglect creating risk of injury

Jason Ray Yopp, 23, Hinton, possession of  a controlled substance with intent to deliver, delivery of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school, conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance

James Gary Souders, 23, Hinton, fraudulent use of an access device, 6 counts; conspiracy to commit fraudulent use of an access device, 6 counts

David Lee Terry, 30, Hinton, fraudulent use of an access device, 6 counts; conspiracy to commit fraudulent use of an access device, 6 counts

Danni Jo Adkins, 28, Meadow Creek, forgery, 2 counts; uttering, 2 counts

Brian Justin Galloway, 32, Hinton, obtaining by false pretenses

Erick Shaun Romanello, 32, Hinton, burglary, grand larceny, conspiracy to commit burglary, destruction of property

Robert Dow McPherson, age unavailable, Hinton, burglary, grand larceny, conspiracy to commit burglary, destruction of property

Willard David Sears, 35, Hinton, forgery, uttering

Kevin Wade Zickafoose, 19, Alderson, sexual assault in the first degree, sexual abuse by a custodian, indecent exposure

James David Sluss, 43, Beckley, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, obstructing an officer, driving while license revoked for DUI

Chrystal Dawn Ward, 39, Forest Hill, shoplifting, 3rd offense.

Timothy Wayne Epperly, 35, Nimitz, burglary, grand larceny

Alysia Rozita Goodwin, 26, Hinton, forgery, 5 counts; uttering, 5 counts; fraudulent use of an access device, 4 counts

James David Sluss, 43, Pax, operating or attempt to operate a clandestine lab

Stephanie Elizabeth Juarez, 48, Sandstone, DUI, 3rd offense, 2 counts

David Ray Tolliver, 42, Beckley, operating a clandestine lab

Alex Jason Kirby, 25, Princeton, burglary, 3 counts; conspiracy to commit burglary, 3 counts; grand larceny; petit larceny; conspiracy to commit petit larceny

John Aaron Trivett, 19, Hinton, burglary, 3 counts; conspiracy to commit burglary, 3 counts; grand larceny; petit larceny; conspiracy to commit petit larceny

Dustin Lee Kirby, 22, Princeton, burglary, 3 counts; conspiracy to commit burglary, 3 counts; grand larceny; petit larceny; conspiracy to commit petit larceny

Aaron Edward Webker, 29, Jumping Branch, sexual assault in the third degree, 2 counts; sexual abuse by a custodian, 2 counts

Ernie Dale Cook Jr., 31, Talcott, burglary, petit larceny

Mary Ellen McGuire, 30, Hinton, burglary, petit larceny

 

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