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Grand Jury Releases July 2011 Indictments

46 People Face Criminal Charges

By Mark Hallburn
Publisher, PutnamLIVE.com

For its July, 2011 indictments, the Putnam County Grand Jury has charged 46 people, according to Putnam County Prosecutor Mark A. Sorsaia. Included in the charges are 126 felonies and 22 misdemeanors.

The following is a list of the defendant's name, year of birth, last known city, and alleged offenses for which they were indicted: 

Mark A. Sorsaia


Michael S. Amos
1976
Craigsville
Grand larceny, (2)

 

Shelby W. Arthur
1977
Winfield
Breaking and entering, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering, and petit larceny.


James L. Brown
1979
Poca
Delievery of a counterfeit substance and conspiracy to deliver a counterfeit substance.


Wesley R. Camp
1982
Nitro
Counterfeiting and possession of counterfeit with intent to deliver.


Timothy S. Carter1975
Tornado
Attempt to operate a clandestine drug laboratory, attempt to manufacture a controlled substance, possession of a substance containing ephedrine and/or pseudoephedrine with the intent to use it in the manufacture of methamphetamine, sexual assault, in the third degree (4) and use of a minor in filming sexually explicit conduct (4).


Ashley L. Charles
1984
Buffalo

Receiving stolen property and obstructing an officer.


Travis S. Collias
1984
St. Albans

Breaking and entering and conspiracy to commit breaking and entering.


Bernie R. Collins
1955
Winfield

Possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance (3).


Jeremy S. Creech
1979
Culloden

Grand larceny.


Gerald E. Cremeans
1988
Poca

Breaking and entering and conspiracy to commit breaking and entering.


Clarence E. Davis
Liberty
1961

Possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, person prohibited from possessing a firearm, carrying a deadly weapon without license, and speeding.


Gary W. Davis
1958
Nitro

Breaking and entering and conspiracy to commit breaking and entering.


Andrew S. Erwin
1991
Hurricane

Conspiracy to commit unlawful assault, unlawful assault, robbery in the first degree, and petit larceny. 

 

 

Christopher L. Fields
1991
Hurricane

Breaking and entering, grand larceny, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering and conspiracy to commit grand larceny.

 

Brandon L. Flora
1986
Winfield

Delivery of a controlled substance and delivery of a counterfeit controlled substance.

 

Jerod M. Gatens
1984
Leon

Computer fraud (4) and fraudulent use of an unauthorized access device (4).

 

Cory A. Gaukin
1984
Buffalo

Daytime burglary, entering without breaking, and obstructing an officer.

 

Shawn P. Hackney
1979
South Charleston

Obtaining goods by false pretense and conspiracy to obtain goods by false pretense.

 

Billy J. Hager, II
1977
Hurricane

Nighttime burglary, domestic battery, battery, and violation of a protective order, second offense.

 

Shawn A. Harless
1992
Hurricane

Breaking and entering, grand larceny, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering and conspiracy to commit grand larceny.

 

Jessy D. Herdman
1992
Leon

Grand larceny.

 

Jason M. Jeffers
1976
Hometown

Delivery of a controlled substance and conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance.

 

Mylissa V. Jennings (also known as Mylissa Messer)
1984
Hurricane

Petit larceny (5), computer fraud (8), and fraudulent use of an unauthorized credit device (13).

 

Joshua E. Kessinger
1983
Buffalo

Fraudulent use of an unauthorized access device (5).

 

Kristopher A. Malone
1978
St. Albans

Attempt to operate a clandestine drug laboratory, attempt to manufacture a controlled substance, possession of a substance containing ephedrine and/or pseudoephedrine with the intent to use it in the manufacture of methamphetamine and conspiracy to operate a clandestine drug laboratory.

 

Benjamin T. Marcus
1988
Winfield

Delivery of a controlled substance (2).

 

Christopher A. Mathews
1989
Scott Depot

Breaking and entering, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering and petit larceny.

 

Jamie N. McDaniel

1985

Hurricane

 

Forgery (2) and uttering a forged writing (2)

 

Elien M. Mitchell

1981

Hurricane

 

Child neglect creating risk of bodily injury, driving under the influence of a controlled substance with a minor in the vehicle and driving under the influence of a controlled substance.

 

Sandra L. Pauley

1967

Winfield

 

Driving under the combined influence of alcohol and/or controlled substances or drugs, third offense, and aggravated driving under the influence of alcohol, third offense.

 

Hank S. Roden

1973

Hometown

 

Delivery of a controlled substance (3) and conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance (3)

 

Samuel W. Stout

1984

Hartford

 

Person prohibited from possessing a firearm.

 

Trista D. Sutherland

1985

Poca

Conspiracy to deliver a counterfeit substance.

 

Donald R. Thomas, Jr.

1971

St. Albans

Obstructing an officer.

 

James L. Thornton

1961

Hometown

 

Malicious assault and domestic battery.

 

Thomas B. Trent

1981

Poca

 

Breaking and entering.

 

Joseph E. Toyer

1983

Hurricane

 

Delivery of a controlled substance.

 

Misti D. Vance (also known as Misti Chapman)

1976

Hurricane

 

Conspiracy to commit unlawful assault and unlawful assault.

 

Shawn R. Ward

1978

Culloden

 

Grand larceny, daytime burglary and petit larceny.

 

Christopher D. West

1975

Scott Depot

 

Domestic battery, third offense.

 

Daniel F. Wilcox

1980

Hurricane

 

Grand larceny.

 

Sandra M. Williams

1980

St. Albans

 

Conspiracy to operate a clandestine drug laboratory.

 

Tristan C. Wood

1988

Winfield

 

Grand larceny.

 

Tracy L. Wright

1982

Hurricane

 

Murder of a child by parent, guardian or custodian by refusal or failure to supply necessities and child neglect resulting in death.

 

Pursuant to Rule 3.6(b)(6) of the West Virginia Rules of Professional Conduct governing attorneys, the fact that a defendant has been charged with a crime, is merely an accusation, and that the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty in a court of law.

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