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MADISON – Boone County Circuit Court officials announced this week that the September term of the Boone County Grand Jury met and returned 53 indictments, including charges of operating a meth lab, illegal drugs, and larceny.


Among those included in this round of grand jury indictments include:


• Case No. 13-F-76, Joseph G. Bias, Charged with two counts delivery of a controlled substance, Hydrocodone.


• Case No. 13-F-77, Sara Bolyard, Charged with one count operating or attempting to operate clandestine drug laboratory, methamphetamines, one count conspiracy to operate a or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory, two counts delivery of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, and one count conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, methamphetamine.


• Case No. 13-F-78, Timothy Brown, Charged with three counts delivery of a controlled substance, Oxycodone, and two counts conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Oxycodone.


• Case No. 13-F-79, Clinton “Dee” Halley, Charged with three counts delivery of a controlled substance, Marijuana.


• Case No. 13-F-80, Charles Scott Kingery, Charged with two counts delivery of a controlled substance, Oxycodone and Roxicodone.


• Case No. 13-F-81, Heather Plumley, Charged with three counts delivery of a controlled substance, Opana (Oxymorphone) and Oxycodone.


• Case No. 13-F-82, Paul M. Smith, Charged with one count operating or attempting to operate clandestine drug laboratory, methamphetamine, one count conspiracy to operate or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory, three counts delivery of a controlled substance, methamphetamine and Phentermine, and one count conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Methamphetamines.


• Case No. 13-F-83, Jennifer Vint, Charged with one count delivery of a controlled substance, Oxycodone.


• Case No. 13-F-84, Shelbe Vint, Charged with one count conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Oxycodone.


• Case No. 13-F-85, Mary Mullins AKA “Goofy”, Charged with one count delivery of a controlled substance, Heroin.


• Case No. 13-F-86-87, Frank Cooper Jr. and Jason Clay, Both were charged with one charge breaking and entering, Revolution Mines compressor house, one count petit larceny, Revolution Mines Duraheat 175,000 BTU Kerosean Jet Heater valued at $325.95 and two 24 inch warehouse floor fans valued at $141.95 each, of the total value of less than $1,000.00, and one charge conspiracy (Felony) to the felony of breaking and entering.


• Case No. 13-F-88-89, Harley Glen Fraley Jr. and Clarence Green, Both were charged with one count grand larceny, 400 feet of 600 pair telephone cable from power poles 585-590 a total value of $11,400.00 which is $1,000.00 or more of the valuable money, goods, and chattels of another, to wit: Frontier Communications, one count destruction of property (Felony), destroying and injuring the personal property of Frontier Communications by cutting 400 feet of telephone cable off of Frontier Communications power poles 585-590 causing a loss in value of the property in an amount of two thousand five hundred dollars or more, to-wit: $11,400.00, and one count damage & destruction of public utility company property, Frontier Communications, by cutting 400 feet of telephone cable off of Frontier Communications power poles 585-590 which said telephone cable is used for the purpose of producing, generating, and transmitting, telecommunications and the said damage thereafter led to interruption of service to the public, to wit: approximately 300 customers of Frontier Communications.


• Case No. 13-F-90-91, Cecil Lee Green and Billy Joe Clay, Both were charged with one count attempted breaking and entering, Miner’s Market located at Pond Fork Road in Wharton, West Virginia, one count destruction of property (misdemeanor), breaking the front entrance door of Miner’s Market in Wharton, WV the total value of said damage being under $1000.00, and one count conspiracy (Felony), conspiring together to commit the felony of attempted breaking and entering.


• Case No. 13-F-92-93, Lee Roy Hindman and Jesse McComas, Both were charged with one count breaking and entering, Verizon Wireless Cell site 1376 located in Julian, WV which said site is enclosed by a fence, one count destruction of property (felony), cutting and removing forty (40) feet of #4 gage copper wire, five (5) copper strips, and the bus bar off the cellular tower belonging to Verizon Wireless, causing a loss in the value of the property in an amount of $2,500.00, which is $2,500.00 or more to the property owned by Verizon Wireless, and one count grand larceny, forty (40) feet of #4 gage copper wire, 1 bus bar, and 5 copper strips, of the total value of $2,500.00.


• Case No. 13-F-94-95, Johnny Runyon and Jessica Bryant, Both were charged with one count burglary, Residence of Melissa Dolin located at 52 Calvary Loop Ridgeview, WV, one count grand larceny, Acer laptop valued at $596.00, Kodak 12 pixel Digital camera valued at $499.00, Polaroid Digital Camera valued at $100.00, Box of checks, pair of 1 carat princess cut diamond earrings valued at $499.00, pair of 1 carat princess cut Sapphire stud earrings valued at $299.00, 1997 Gold Scott High School class ring (Jonstean’s) valued at $800.00, 1993 Silver MMS Junior High Class Ring valued at $400.00, 2.5 carat princess cut gold engagement ring valued at $1,500.00, ½ carat princess cut gold engagement ring valued at $500.00, Tiffany’s toggle heart necklace and bracelet set valued at $500.00, security camera from Bunker-Hill Security System valued at $299.00, black and silver coal miner bracelet valued at $50.00, silver electric blue and white ring valued at $50.00. silver black and white diamond turtle necklace valued at $79.00, silver black and white diamond heart necklace and earring set valued at $187.00, two (2) silver link bracelets valued at $59.00 each, five (5) gold bangle bracelets valued at $100.00, fire proof safe valued at $100.00, and gold Sapphire diamond ring valued at $100.00, one count conspiracy (felony), conspiring together to commit the felony of grand larceny.


• Case No. 13-F-96, Johnathan Homer Adkins, Charged with one count possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, marijuana, one count conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, marijuana, and one count transportation of controlled substances into state, marijuana, and one count conspiracy, conspiracy to transport marijuana.


• Case No. 13-F-97, Jerry Wayne Barker, Charged with one count breaking and entering, Harvey Trucking located in Ashford, WV, one count grand larceny, black Toshiba laptop computer with a Nex Que Com adapter valued at $1,000.00 or more, one count forgery, forging and falsely endorsing the name Craig Lively to check number 279266 in the amount of $953.18 drawn upon the account of Harvey Trucking from Wachovia Bank, and one count of uttering, uttered to Charles Dunfee, check number 279266 in the amount of $953.18 drawn upon the account of Harvey Trucking from Wachovia Bank knowing the said check to be forged.


• Case No. 13-F-98, Margaret Sue Beam, charged with one count embezzlement by misuse of power of attorney, Georgia Older, the assets and personal property with which she had been entrusted from the person to whom she owned fiduciary duty and misused the accounts of the said Georgia Older for the purposes not contemplated by the terms of the power of attorney and for purposes not intended by the principal in the execution of the power of attorney instrument and for purposes not intended by the fiduciary relationship by taking and using for her own benefit the monies and United States Savings Bonds held in various accounts by Georgia Older and maintained at Premier Bank in Madison, WV to the sum of $800,000 plus after having received appointment as Georgia Older’s power of attorney for financial matters.


• Case No. 13-F-99, Rosie Berry, Charged with one count delivery of a controlled substance, oxycodone, and one count conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, oxycodone.


• Case No. 13-F-100, Keith Allen Blevins, Charged with one count possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, marijuana, one count delivery of a controlled substance, marijuana, and one count person prohibited from possessing a firearm, 12 Gauge shotgun with serial number AX440289 Harrington and Richardson brand.


• Case No. 13-F-101, Mark Nathaniel Boneta, Charged with one count possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, marijuana, one count conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, marijuana, one count transportation of controlled substances into state, marijuana, and one count conspiracy, conspiracy to transport marijuana.


• Case No. 13-F-102, Harold Bryant, Charged with two counts possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, heroin and methamphetamine, and two counts of conspiracy to possess with intent to deliver, heroin and methamphetamine.


• Case No. 13-F-103, Randy Buckland, Charged with one count fleeing in vehicle from officer while under the influence, one count fleeing from officer in vehicle, one count driving under the influence of alcohol, one count driving while license revoked for driving while under the influence of alcohol, and one count obstructing an officer.


• Case No. 13-F-104, David Burgess, Charge with one count grand larceny, Justin Shearer’s 2009 Ford Escape gray in color with VIN 1FMCU93G99KC19678.


• Case No. 13-F-105, Anne Topping Calhoun, charged with one count operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory, methamphetamines, and one count conspiracy to operate a or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory.


• Case No. 13-F-106, Deric Travis Davis, charged with one count possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, Marijuana, two counts delivery of a controlled substance, marijuana, one count driving revoked for driving under the influence, one count failure to maintain lane of travel, and one count transportation of a controlled substance into state, marijuana.


• Case No. 13-F-107, Gregory Edwards, charged with one count manufacturing controlled substance, marijuana, and one count possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, marijuana.


• Case No. 13-F-108, Justin Ford, charged with one count possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, Cocaine.


• Case No. 13-F-109, Aubrey Gent Jr., Charged with one count grand larceny, stole from Traci Ann Tincher a Springfield .22 caliber long rifle model# 1875 and serial # A638958, green machiene grass trimmer, DeWalt 18 volt cordless power drill, and miscellaneous hand tools, the total value of $1,065.00.


• Case No. 13-F-110, Jennifer Dawn Griffith, Charged with two counts risk of injury, two child neglect creating risk of injury towards an 11 year old and 8 year old child creating a substantial risk of serious bodily injury or of death to the child.


• Case No. 13-F-111, Crystal Dawn Halstead, charged with one count possession of controlled substance, methamphetamine.


• Case No. 13-F-112, Theodore Halstead, charged with one count manufacturing controlled substance, marijuana, and two counts delivery of a controlled substance, Alprazolam and Oxycodone.


• Case No. 13-F-113, Lynzee Beth hunter, Charged with one count conspiracy to operate or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory.


• Case No. 13-F-114, Randy D. Jarrell, Charged with one count of delivery of a controlled substance, hydrocodone.


• Case No. 13-F-115, Nova Tony Jarrell, charged with one count malicious assault, unlawfully, feloniously and maliciously wounding and causing bodily injury to Michael Truelove with intent then and there to maim, disfigure, disable or kill with an aluminum handle.


• Case No. 13-F-116, Barbara Jones, charged with four counts forgery, forging and falsely endorsing the name of Kay Gagnon to check number 6236 in the amount of $200.00 issued to Kay Gagnon and drawn upon United National Bank, to check number 6237 in the amount of $30.00 issued to Kay Gagnon and drawn upon United National Bank, to check number 6238 in the amount of $200.00 issued to Kay Gagnon and drawn upon United National Bank, and to check number 6239 in the amount of $65.00 issued to Kay Gagnon and drawn upon United National Bank, four counts uttering, uttering and attempting to employ as true four checks forged to the prejudice of another’s rights, four counts fraud and related activity in connection with access devices, feloniously, knowingly, willfully and with the intent to defraud used an unauthorized access device using Kay Gagnon’s checking account at United National Bank to obtain money four times, and four counts identity theft, unlawfully and feloniously taking the identity of Kay Gagnon with the intent to fraudulently represent that she is Kay Gagnon for the purpose of making four financial transactions in the name of Kay Gagnon.


• Case No. 13-F-117, Matthew McCoy, charged with one count malicious assault, unlawfully, feloniously and maliciously stabbing, cutting, wounding and causing bodily injury to Ronnie Allen Prince with intent then and there to maim, disfigure, disable or kill said Ronnie Allen Prince.


• Case No. 13-F-118, Tiffany Allen Meade, charged with one count conspiracy to operate or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory.


• Case No. 13-F-119, Elijah Messer, charged with one count possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, marijuana, and one count conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, marijuana.


• Case No. 13-F-120, Jerry Marvin Myers II, charged with one count conspiracy to deliver marijuana and one count possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, marijuana.


• Case No. 13-F-121, Steven Perry II, charged with one count obtaining by false pretenses, unlawfully, willfully and feloniously obtaining tools and various building materials from Danville Lumber, the total value which is $1000.00 or more from another by any false pretense, token, or representation, with intent to defraud, by charging said items to the account of Donnetta Hill, without the authority of Donnetta Hill.


• Case No. 13-F-122, Gregory Allen Posey, charged with one count operating or attempting to operate clandestine drug laboratory, methamphetamine, and one count conspiracy to operate a or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory.


• Case No. 13-F-123, Roman Spears, charged with one count driving under the influence, third offense.


• Case No. 13-F-124, Terry Thomas, charged with conspiracy to manufacture methamphetamine and one count purchase, receipt, acquisition and possession of substances to be used as precursor to manufacture of methamphetamine or another controlled substance.


• Case No. 13-F-125, Donald J. Toler, charged with 27 counts purchase, receipt, acquisition and possession of substances to be used as precursor to manufacture of methamphetamine or another controlled substance and one count conspiracy (felony), manufacturing methamphetamines.


• Case No. 13-F-126, Scott Walker, charged with one count receiving stolen property, unlawfully, feloniously, and knowingly buying or receiving from another person, And said person being unknown, and aiding in concealing goods previously stolen from Kerry Dickens, gray toolbox full of tools, two five gallon gas cans full of gasoline, a bag full of miscellaneous tools, battery powered impact drill with serial number 150608, Stihl chainsaw with serial number 278084268, Stihl weed-eater with serial number 20065017, with a total value of $1,000.00 or more.


• Case No. 13-F-127, Nathan L. Wolford, charged with one count obtaining by false pretense, Cub Cadet lawn mower from Byrnside’s Hardware valued at $1,906.94, and one count obtaining money, services, goods or other property in return for worthless check, feloniously obtained a Cub Cadet lawn mower which is the property of Byrnside’s Hardware, by means of a check for the payment of money upon a bank, check No. 1106 dated 8-7-12, written upon City National Bank and made payable to Byrnside’s Hardware, in the amount of $1906.94 and signed by Nathan Wolford, he knowing at the time of the making, drawing, issuing, uttering or delivering of such check that there were not sufficient funds on deposit in or credit with such bank with which to pay the same upon presentation.


• Case No. 13-F-128, Tommy Workman, charged with one count fleeing from officer in vehicle, three counts attempted malicious assault on a governmental representative, and one count possession of stolen vehicle, 1998 White in color Toyota pickup truck VIN 4TANL42NOWZ103528.


(Editor’s note: The filing of criminal charges or an indictment is merely a formal accusation that an individual committed a crime. Each defendant should be presumed innocent until proven guilty.)


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