The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

Local News

February 8, 2013

Greenbrier County Grand Jury hands up 39 indictments

LEWISBURG — Meeting for two days this week, a Greenbrier County Grand Jury handed up 39 indictments against 37 people.

Among those indicted was Anthony Lee Ramsey, 51, of Asbury, who is charged with the murder of Brian Adam Meadows, 25.

According to news reports at the time, police responding to 911 calls about an altercation at the Alta Acres mobile home park on the evening of Jan. 8 found Ramsey sitting on a porch outside the residence where both men were believed to have lived. When officers entered the residence, they discovered Meadows, dead of a single gunshot wound.

Ramsey was arrested without incident at the scene and remains lodged in Southern Regional Jail without bond.

The following cases are assigned to Judge Joseph Pomponio and will be arraigned Feb. 22, at 9 a.m.

Bennett, David Lee, 23, Rupert; burglary; grand larceny; conspiracy to commit grand larceny

Boone, Paul Dexter, 21, Crawley; grand larceny

Dixon, Susan Whitaker, 40, Fairlea; shoplifting 3rd or subsequent offense

Dorsey, Aaron Michael, 24, Meadow Bridge; breaking and entering; grand larceny

Dorsey, Aaron Michael, 24, Meadow Bridge; forgery of a credit card

Dorsey, Aaron Michael, 24, Meadow Bridge; burglary; grand larceny; conspiracy to commit grand larceny

Feury, Adam Houston, 22, White Sulphur Springs; grand larceny; conspiracy to commit grand larceny

Goodwyn, John D., 81, Crawley; prohibited person in possession of a firearm; domestic battery (misdemeanor)

Lattanzia, William, 57, Lewisburg; failure to register as a sex offender or provide notice of registration changes

Lockridge, Samantha Lynn, 22, Fairlea; embezzlement

Loudermilk, Carl D., 56, Clintonville; driving under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance - third or subsequent offense; driving while license revoked for driving under the influence of alcohol - second offense (misdemeanor)

Martin, Lora Jean, 35, White Sulphur Springs, delivery of a controlled substance

McClung, Barbara Renee, 27, Rainelle; burglary; petit larceny (misdemeanor)

McMillion, Erica C., 29, Alderson; uttering (2 counts)

McNeely, Autumn Nicole, 20, Crawley; grand larceny; delivery of a controlled substance (2 counts)

Meade, Tara Leigh, 30, Rupert; conspiracy to commit grand larceny

Miller, Jack Gordon, 19, White Sulphur Springs; grand larceny; conspiracy to commit grand larceny

Rhodes, Ryan Dwight, 25, Rainelle; grand larceny

Walton, Dudley Allen, 21, Charmco; possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance — marijuana; possession with the intent to deliver a controlled substance — oxycodone

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The following cases are assigned to Judge James Rowe and will be arraigned March 1 at 9 a.m.

Brackenridge, Charles W., 50, Rainelle; manufacturing a controlled substance - marijuana

Brown, James Matthew, 50, Frankford; driving under the influence of alcohol - 3rd or subsequent offense

Burns, Michael Dallas, 58, Meadow Bridge; malicious assault

Campbell, Mark Anthony, 43, Ronceverte; fleeing from an officer while driving under the influence of alcohol

Clark, Steven Shane, 43, Ronceverte; domestic battery - third or subsequent

Collins, Charles Byron, 32, Alderson; shoplifting 3rd or subsequent offense (4 counts)

Hightower, Kevin Allen, 24, Frankford; grand larceny

Jones, Rodney Clark, 21, Lewisburg; maufacturing a controlled substance - marijuana

Larkins, Verl Ray, 42, White Sulphur Springs; wanton endangerment involving a firearm

Mitchell, Amanda Nicole, 23, Lewisburg; forgery (11 counts); uttering (8 counts)

Moore, Franklin C., 42, Procious; breaking and entering; breaking and entering (misdemeanor); grand larceny (2 counts); conspiracy to commit breaking and entering; conspiracy to commit grand larceny (2 counts)

Morgan, Mamie, 20, Ronceverte; obtaining money, property or services

Parsons, Delmas Ray Jr., 42, Rupert; breaking and entering; petit larceny (misdemeanor)

Ramsey, Anthony Lee, 52, Asbury; murder

Rodriguez, Kelvin, 24, Charlottesville, Va.; grand larceny

Rosado, Jose Luis Rivera, 45, Lewisburg; attempted sexual abuse in the first degree

Wells, Tonya, 31, Hines; obtaining money, property or services by false pretenses - value of $1,000 or more

Williamson, Connie Jean, 45, White Sulphur Springs; forgery of a credit card (6 counts)

Williamson, Robert Allen Jr., 47, White Sulphur Springs; breaking and entering; petit larceny (misdemeanor)

Young, Jacob D., 21, Valley Fort; breaking and entering; breaking and entering (misdemeanor); grand larceny (2 counts); conspiracy to commit breaking and entering; conspiracy to commit grand larceny (2 counts)

 

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