Sign In | Create an Account | Welcome, . My Account | Logout | Subscribe | Submit News | Home RSS
 
 
 

Grand Jury Indicts 19

May 16, 2012
Wetzel Chronicle

Wetzel County Grand Jurors returned 71 true bills against 19 defendants during the May grand jury session held May 9 at the Wetzel County Courthouse.

Wilson Scott Longwell, 20, of Rt. 1, Box 204 was handed a four-count indictment. Longwell is charged with conspiracy, nighttime burglary, assault during commission of a felony, and malicious assault. The first two counts allege that on Dec. 21, 2011, Longwell conspired with another person and then entered the residence of Brittney Griffith, located at Fifth Street, New Martinsville. Counts three and four charge that Longwell did strike Charles W. Moore with an object, intending to maim, disfigure, or kill him.

Grand jurors handed down two indictments with a total of six charges against Charles Zachary Wells, 22, of Rt. 1 Box 171, New Martinsville.

Article Photos

The first indictment charges him with conspiracy, nighttime burglary, malicious assault, and assault during the commission of a felony. All of the offenses are to have occurred on Dec. 21, 2011, when Wells allegedly conspired with Wilson Scott Longwell to burglarize the residence of Brittney Griffith, 816 Fifth St., New Martinsville. The assault charges allege that Wells struck Charles W. Moore with his fists and kicked him with his feet.

The second indictment is for conspiracy and delivery of a controlled narcotic substance (oxycodone). The offense was to have occurred on Jan. 19 with Zachery Jerico and Shawn Stackpole.

Wilson Scott Longwell, 20, of Rt. 1 Box 204, New Martinsville, received a two-count indictment for conspiracy to commit first degree robbery and first degree robbery. The charges stem from an incident to have occurred on July 8, 2011, when he allegedly conspired with Justin Raymond Wyatt and Jonathan Jones to commit first degree robbery against Maverick Ray Stewart of New Martinsville.

Zachery Jerico, 24, of 291 Locust St., New Martinsville, was handed a three-count drug-related indictment. Counts one and three are for delivery of a controlled narcotic substance (oxycodone) and count two is for conspiracy. He allegedly conspired with Charles Zachary Wells and Shawn Stackpole to delivery oxycodone in Wetzel County on Jan. 19. The second delivery charge is for an event alleged to have occurred on Dec. 13, 2011.

Shawn C. Stackpole, 26, of Post Office Box 116, Porters Falls, was indicted on two counts, conspiracy and principal in the second degree to delivery of a controlled narcotic substance (oxycodone). On or around Jan. 19, Stackpole allegedly conspired with Zachery Jerico and Charles Zachary Wells to deliver oxycodone, a schedule II controlled narcotic substance, in Wetzel County. The second charge states that on that same date Stackpole did intentionally aid and abet in the delivery of oxycodone.

Grand jurors handed down one indictment with a total of ten charges against Charles Scott Moore, 27, of 187 North State Route 2, Apt. B203, New Martinsville.

Counts one through 10 stem from incidents between Nov. 1, 2011, and March 21, 2012, when Moore allegedly engaged in sexual intercourse with a female child who was less than 16 years old, was at least four years younger than the defendant, and was not married to the defendant. Five of the charges are for sexual assault in the third degree and five are for sexual abuse by a custodian.

Grand jurors handed down a one count indictment to Ronald A. Morgan, III, 36, of HC 60, Box 92, Pine Grove. The charge of grand larceny alleges that Morgan committed simple larceny of goods or chattels of the value of $1,000 or more, belonging to Randy W. Lemasters, with the intent to permanently deprive the owner of the same.

Grand jurors handed down one indictment, totaling 13 charges, to Brandy Anne Cecil Rice, 25, of HC 61, Box 311, New Martinsville. Count one alleges that Rice committed the crime of forgery by forging the signature of Allen R. Larrimore on a check made payable to "Tom's One Stop" in the amount of $100. Count two alleges that Rice committed the felony offense of uttering by employing this check to Tom's One Stop, knowing it to be forged.

Count three charges Rice with fraudulent schemes, alleging that she willfully deprived another of money, goods, property, or services by means of fraudulent pretenses in that she wrote checks totaling more than $1,000 on Larrimore's checking account without his permission.

Count four alleges that Rice committed the felony offense of forgery by forging the signature of Jason W. Rice on a check made payable to "The Spielers" in the amount of $70. Count five alleges she committed the felony offense of uttering by employing this check, knowing it to be forged.

Count six charges Rice with fraudulent schemes in that she willfully deprived Jason Rice of money, goods, property or services by writing checks totaling more than $1,000 on the account of Jason Rice without his permission.

Count seven charges Brandy Rice with forgery in that she forged the signature of Zachary Eastham on a check made payable to "Brandy Cecil" in the amount of $200.

Count eight charges Brandy Rice with the offense of fraudulent schemes in that she wrote checks totaling more than $1,000 on the checking account of Zachary S. Eastham without his permission.

Count nine charges Brandy Rice with forgery in that she forged the signature of David W. Byers on a check issued to herself in the amount of $120, which was then cashed at Morris Grocery. Count 10 charges Rice with uttering in that she then issued the check to Morris Grocery, knowing it was forged.

Count 11 charges Brandy Rice with fraudulent schemes in that she wrote checks totaling more than $1,000 on the checking account of David W. Byers without his permission.

Count 12 charges Brandy Rice with the felony offense of fraudulent schemes in that she deprived Cindy Greathouse, dba Tom's One Stop, of an amount of more than $1,000 in that she wrote checks out of her checking account, knowing the account was closed.

The final charge, charge 13, charges Brandy Rice of fraudulent schemes in that she knowingly deprived Doolin Security Savings Bank of money, goods, property, or services in that she wrote checks on her Doolin bank account, knowing that there were insufficient funds to cover those checks.

The grand jury handed down a one count indictment to Joshua E. Mylar, 23, of 133 South First Avenue, Paden City. Mylar is charged with allegedly manufacturing a controlled substance in that he intentionally and unlawfully cultivated marijuana in Wetzel County.

Jacob Patrick Fluharty, 29, of 269 East Thistle Court, New Martinsville, was handed two indictment totaling three charges.

A two-count indictment charges him with nighttime burglary and grand larceny. Count one states that Fluharty entered the residence of Kristen Rae Myers located at Abbie View apartments. The second count charges him with grand larceny in that he knowingly stole goods totaling more than $1,000 belonging to Myers.

A one-count indictment charges him with malicious assault. On April 22 in Wetzel County he allegedly stabbed Sean D. Grimm with a knife.

Sean David Grimm, 25, of 349 Foundry St., New Martinsville, is charged with malicious assault. On April 22 in Wetzel County he allegedly caused bodily injury to Jacob Patrick Fluharty by striking and choking him with his hands.

Denton Franklin Pletcher Jr., 19, of HC 62 Box 47, Burton, is facing a one-count indictment for grand larceny. On Feb. 8, 2011, he allegedly stole goods valued at more than $1,000 from Savage Heavy Highway in Wetzel County.

Samuel Arthur Wade, 32, of Route 1, Box 69, Folsom, was handed a nine-count indictment. Counts one, four, and seven state that at some point between Nov. 1 and Dec. 26, 2010, Wade allegedly committed the felony offense of sexual assault in the second degree. Counts two, five, and eight charge Wade with the felony offense of incest and counts three and six charge Wade with sexual abuse by a custodian.

Larry Joe George, 29, of Post Office Box 67, Reader, was handed a two-count indictment by the grand jury. The two counts charge George with entry of a building other than a dwelling and larceny. On Jan. 13 George allegedly broke into and entered an out building located on property belonging to John Hall of North Fork Road, Pine Grove, and stole goods cumulatively valuing more than $1,000.

Co-defendant Ezra Cody Aberegg, 24, of P.O. Box 326, Pine Grove, was handed a two-count indictment for entry of a building other than a dwelling and grand larceny. On Jan. 13 he allegedly broke into an out building located on property belonging to John Hall on North Fork Road, Pine Grove, and took goods valued at more than $1,000.

Denzil Ray Owens, 31, of 100 North Bridge Street, Lot 12, New Martinsville, was given a two-count indictment by the grand jury. These charges allege that Owens committed the felony offense of entry of a dwelling and petit larceny. The charges stem from the allegations that on April 26 Owens intentionally entered the residence of Scott E. Davis and Renee Davis located at North Bridge Street, New Martinsville, and committed larceny of goods totaling less than $1,000.

Patricia Nicole Goding, 23, of 134 Thompson Drive, New Martinsville, was indicted on two charges, being principal in the second degree to entry of a dwelling and principle in the second degree to petit larceny. On April 26 Goding allegedly entered the residence of Scott E. Davis and Renee Davis of North Bridge Street, New Martinsville, and stole jewelry valuing less than $1,000.

Joshua Ray Watson, 20, of RR 1, Box 111, Metz, was indicted once on the charges of nighttime burglary and grand larceny. Watson allegedly, between Feb. 20 and March 10, entered the residence of Jeffrey Robert Baldauf and stole goods totaling more than $1,000.

Joseph Leroy Watson, 18, of Post Office Box 125, Littleton, was handed one indictment, containing six charges, by the grand jury. Watson is charged with nighttime burglary and first degree arson, in addition to three charges of domestic battery, and one charge of battery. Watson allegedly entered and then set fire to the residence of Rose Watson on Feb. 15. Three counts of domestic battery stem from allegations that Watson willfully and unlawfully struck his aunt, brother, and girlfriend. The final charge of battery alleges that Watson struck Tiffany Garrison in the face at the residence of Rose Watson.

Larry Michael Anderson, 49, of 712 East Main St., Wheeling, W.Va., received a three-count felony drug indictment. He is charged with one count attempted delivery of a controlled narcotic substance (oxycodone) and two counts of possession of a controlled narcotic substance (oxycodone) with intent to deliver. All offenses are to have occurred on April 14 in New Martinsville.

 
 

 

I am looking for:
in:
News, Blogs & Events Web