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TAZEWELL (WVVA) - Following is a full list of drug indictments announced Wednesday morning in Tazewell County.

 

Natasha Nicole Brewster

DOB: 5/19/84

296 Town Hollow Road, Cedar Bluff, Va.

  • Conspiracy to sell or distribute Alprazolam, a Schedule IV Controlled Substance
  • Distribution of Alprazolam, a Schedule IV Controlled Substance

 

Richard Anthony Brown

DOB: 3/22/77

171 Gulf Avenue, Doran, Va.

  • Distribution of Oxycodone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance

 

James Charles Charlton a.k.a. 'Shadow'

DOB: 4/3/61

443 Vinton Street, Tazewell, Va.

  • Sale or distribution of marijuana

 

James Gary Clark

DOB: 1/11/55

PO Box 1484, Cedar Bluff, Va.

  • Distribution of Morphine, a Schedule II Controlled Substance (3 counts)
  • Criminal solicitation

 

William Calvin Dunford Jr.

DOB: 6/26/81

115 Park Street, Cedar Bluff, Va.

  • Distribution of Buprenorphine, a Schedule III Controlled Substance

 

Paul Wesley Dye

DOB: 12/5/77

235 Raven Circle, Raven, Va.

  • Possession with Intent to Distribute Marijuana

 

Tiffany Brooke Hall

DOB: 2/25/89

291 Yukon Road, North Tazewell, Va.

  • Grand Larceny

 

James Edward Harmon

DOB: 12/9/75

111 Finch Court, Richlands, Va.

  • Conspiracy to Sell or Distribute Alprazolam, a Schedule IV Controlled Substance
  • Distribution of Alprazolam, a Schedule IV Controlled Substance

 

Travis Paul Hurd

DOB: 2/2/81

175 Yellow Brick Road, Tazewell, Va.

  • Conspiracy to sell or distribute Oxycodone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance
  • Distribution of Oxycodone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance

 

Ira Douglas Jackson Jr. a.k.a. Chuck Jackson

DOB: 5/14/73

517 Buchanan Street, Richlands, Va.

  • Conspiracy to sell or distribute Oxycodone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance
  • Distribution of Oxycodone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance

 

Lori Jane Knuckles

DOB: 10/26/72

121 York Road, Raven, Va.

  • Distribution of Oxycodone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance
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Michael Keith Mears

DOB: 6/22/79

135 Bridge Street, Raven, Va.

  • Distribution of Oxycodone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance, second offense
  • Distribution of Methadone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance, second offense

 

Joshua Brett Perkins

DOB: 10/8/90

202 Hayes Avenue, Richlands, Va.

  • Distribution of Methamphetamine, a Schedule II Controlled Substance

 

Marsha Renee Redmond

DOB: 7/18/74

143 Scotch Road, Raven, Va.

  • Conspiracy to Sell or Distribute Oxycodone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance
  • Distribution of Oxycodone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance

 

Rocky Graham Underwood

DOB: 7/21/79

510 Hill Creek Road, Richlands, Va.

  • Felony Homicide
  • Distribution of Oxymorphone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance

 

Lawrence Everette Warren

DOB: 4/30/78

Tazewell Square Apartments, Apt. 12, Tazewell, Va.

  • Distribution of Hydromorphone, a Schedule II Controlled Substance
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Jess Harper White

DOB: 7/1/60

Oxford Square Apartments, Richlands, Va.

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