The Register-Herald, Beckley, West Virginia

Police/Courts

September 16, 2012

Fayette County grand jury hands up indictments

Three people previously arrested late last year in Greenbrier County on various charges of arson and conspiracy were indicted by the Fayette County grand jury on a litany of charges last week.

Floyd J. White faces charges of conspiracy to commit a felony; 22 counts of concealing stolen property and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

David C. White was indicted for conspiracy to commit a felony, 22 counts of concealing stolen property and robbery in the second degree.

Jennifer White faces charges of conspiracy to commit a felony and 22 counts of concealing stolen property.

In December 2011, the three were among a group of six people charged in connection with the arson that destroyed five vehicles at the Rainelle State Police detachment. David White was charged with one count of second degree arson, eight counts of third degree arson and one count of conspiracy to commit a felony; Floyd and Jennifer White faced one count each of conspiracy to commit a felony.

The Greenbrier cases have not yet been presented to a grand jury.

The Whites and the following individuals are to report for arraignment Friday at 9 a.m. before Judge John W. Hatcher Jr.

Goldie M. Bosold, fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 3 counts.

George L. Cales Jr., fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 3 counts.

Jonathan K. Childress, sexual abuse in the first degree, 5 counts; sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, custodian or person in position of trust, 5 counts.

Debbie Fitzwater, delivery of a controlled substance, 3 counts; possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver.

Joshua J. Fuller, delivery of a controlled substance, 3 counts; possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver.

Christopher D. Gamble, burglary, malicious assault, assault during the commission of petit larceny.

Christopher D. Gamble, burglary, 2 counts; grand larceny; petit larceny.

Kenneth S. Grady, transporting dangerous material onto the grounds of a correctional facility.

Jessica L. Gray, fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 2 counts.

Christopher S. Holcomb, transferring stolen property; concealing stolen property.

Caleb L. Jackson, computer fraud, 6 counts.

Janette E. Jordan, third offense shoplifting.

Samantha J. Legg, third offense shoplifting, 2 counts.

James A. Morton, fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 8 counts.

Laura Ann Morton, fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 8 counts.

Edward A. Neff Jr., breaking and entering; petit larceny.

Amy C. Smith, fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 2 counts.

Kelly D. Spry, burglary.

Phyllis A. Starcher, third offense shoplifting.

Michael S. Thorn, conspiracy to commit afelony; damage or destruction of personal property used for transmitting electricity.

Floyd J. White, conspiracy; concealing stolen property, 22 counts; possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Deborah L. White, conspiracy; concealing stolen property, 22 counts.

David C. White, conspiracy; concealing stolen property, 22 counts; robbery in the second degree.

Jennifer White, conspiracy; concealing stolen property, 22 counts.

Christopher White, conspiracy; concealing stolen property, 22 counts.

Marvin L. White, concealing stolen property, 5 counts; transferring stolen property; possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Aaron M. Williams, conspiracy to commit a felony; burglary.

Sidney B. Williams, damage or destruction of personal property used for transmitting electricity; grand larceny; destruction of property causing a loss of a value of more than $2,500.

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Among individuals who must report Friday at 1 p.m. for arraignment before Judge Paul M. Blake Jr. is Gavin Williams, indicted for the stabbing murder of Darrell Jay Shrewsbury of Scarbro.

In early March, it was reported that Shrewsbury had not been seen for several days, according to Sheriff Steve Kessler. Deputies went to his home where they found the front door securely locked. Unable to make contact with anyone at the residence, authorities surveyed the property and found Shrewsbury’s body near the rear door of his mobile home.

Kessler said Shrewsbury’s body had been covered up in an apparent attempt to conceal it; the fact made police consider the incident as a possible homicide.

Williams was arrested within eight hours of the discovery of the body, but no motive was established.

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