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Wyoming County prosecutor releases indictment list

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The Wyoming County Prosecuting Attorney has released 52 indictments returned by
the October Grand Jury:


Verlin Todd Cline, Brenton
First Degree Murder

Thomas Eugene Adkins, Pineville
Malicious Assault

Teresa Dawn Trent, Brenton
Burglary

Christopher Tolliver, New Richmond
Grand Larceny/ Fleeing Officer

Thomas Carl Short, Pineville
False Pretenses

Christina Toler, Oceana
3rd Offense Shoplifting

Dovie Jo Miller, Pineville
3rd Offense Domestic Battery

William Noel Lafferty, Oceana
Grand Larceny/Conspiracy to Commit aFelony

Michael Paul McCoy, Mullens
Felony Destruction of Property/Attempted Grand Larceny

Justin Daniel Cook, Itmann
Grand Larceny

Phillip Wade McKinney, Mullens
Grand Larceny

Anthony Lee Spears, Matheny
3rd Degree Sexual Assault 2 counts/Sexual Abuse In The Third Degree

Jeremy Todd Queen, Oceana
Transfer Stolen Property

Timmy Grant Morgan, Simon
Cultivation of Marijuana

Joshua Dewayne Graham, Oceana
Burglary/Destruction of Property

Clarence Ronald Kirk, Oceana
Breaking and Entering/Burglary/Destruction of Property

Robert Edward Graham, Oceana
Aggravated Robbery/Sexual Assault First Degree

Taneka R. Stoneman, Oceana
Forgery 2 counts/Obtaining Money By False Pretenses

Zachary J. Belcher, Oceana
Possession With Intent To Deliver a Controlled Substance 2 counts/ Breaking
and Entering/Grand Larceny 2 counts

Johnathan Lee Paynter, Cyclone
Destruction of Property/Burglary

Thomas Carl Short, Pineville
False Pretenses

Scott E. Rollins, Oceana
Possession With Intent To Deliver a Controlled Substance

Anthony D. Monk, Mullens
Malicious Assault

Robert Lee Noon, Jr., Mullens
Malicious Assault

Justin Daniel Cook, Itmann
Aiding and Abetting Entering without Breaking

Cody James Cable, Pineville
Grand Larceny

Kerry Browning McCoy, Bud
3rd Offense Shoplifting

Kenneth Ray McKinney, Stephenson
Wanton Endangerment/Shooting a Weapon Within 500 feet of a Dwelling/Carrying
a Concealed Weapon

Cody Seth Steele, Mullens
Wanton Endangerment/Shooting a Firearm Within 500 feet of a
Dwelling/Carrying a Concealed Weapon/Obstructing an Officer

Casey Dale Browning, Bud
Wanton Endangerment/Shooting a Firearm Within 500 feet of a Dwelling.

Charlene Justice, Pineville
Insurance Fraud 2 counts/Fraudulent Schemes 2 counts/Conspiracy to Commit A Felony 2counts

Zebb Justice, Wolf Pen
Insurance Fraud 2 counts/Fraudulent Schemes 2 counts/Conspiracy to Commit A Felony 2 counts

Francis Sams, Pineville
Fraudulent Schemes 2 counts/Insurance Fraud 2 counts/Conspiracy to Commit a Felony 2 counts

Joshua Monroe Lafferty, Oceana
Felony Destruction of Property/Petit Larceny

Leon Kennedy, Jr., Lynco
Manufacture of a Controlled Substance

Angela Mae Whited, Hanover
Burglary

Benny Joe McPeak, Eckman
Felony Destruction of Property/Grand Larceny

Melissa Kaye Browning, Pineville
Aiding and Abetting Breaking and Entering

Matthew S. Riffe, Hanover
Breaking and Entering

Justin D. Cook, Itmann
Grand Larceny/Petit Larceny

Timothy Rice Browning, Matheny
Sexual Abuse by Parent, Guardian or Custodian/1st Degree Sexual Abuse

Tony Wayne West, Hanover
Grand Larceny/Transfer Stolen Property

Kelly Stevens Conn, Simon
Grand Larceny/Transfer Stolen Property

Lonnie Harper, Brenton
Malicious Assault

James Jasper, Mills Herndon
Possession With Intent to Deliver a Controlled Substance/Misdemeanor Possession of Marijuana

Christopher L. Tolliver, Rockview
Failure to Report Change of Information Sexual Offender Register

Zebb Justice, Pineville
Delivery of a Controlled Substance

Carl Justice, Jr., Oceana
Delivery of a Controlled Substance

Robert W. Lusk, II, Oceana
Delivery of a Controlled Substance 4 counts/Conspiracy to Commit a Felony

Pauline Turpin, Lynco
Delivery of a Controlled Substance 8 counts/Conspiracy to Commit a Felony 2
counts

Billie Jean Hatfield, Glen Fork
Delivery of a Controlled Substance 5 counts

Charlene Justice, Pineville
Delivery of a Controlled Substance 4 counts
Conspiracy to Commit a Felony 2 counts

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 beyond a reasonable doubt.

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