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(WVVA) - The following indictments were recently handed down by the Fayette County Grand Jury:

Goldie M. Bosold, fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 3 counts.

George L. Cales Jr., fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 3 counts.

Jonathan K. Childress, sexual abuse in the first degree, 5 counts; sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, custodian or person in position of trust, 5 counts.

Debbie Fitzwater, delivery of a controlled substance, 3 counts; possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver.

Joshua J. Fuller, delivery of a controlled substance, 3 counts; possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver.

Christopher D. Gamble, burglary, malicious assault, assault during the commission of petit larceny.

Christopher D. Gamble, burglary, 2 counts; grand larceny; petit larceny.

Kenneth S. Grady, transporting dangerous material onto the grounds of a correctional facility.

Jessica L. Gray, fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 2 counts.

Christopher S. Holcomb, transferring stolen property; concealing stolen property.

Caleb L. Jackson, computer fraud, 6 counts.

Janette E. Jordan, third offense shoplifting.

Samantha J. Legg, third offense shoplifting, 2 counts.

James A. Morton, fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 8 counts.

Laura Ann Morton, fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 8 counts.

Edward A. Neff Jr., breaking and entering; petit larceny.

Amy C. Smith, fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 2 counts.

Kelly D. Spry, burglary.

Phyllis A. Starcher, third offense shoplifting.

Michael S. Thorn, conspiracy to commit afelony; damage or destruction of personal property used for transmitting electricity.

Floyd J. White, conspiracy; concealing stolen property, 22 counts; possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Deborah L. White, conspiracy; concealing stolen property, 22 counts.

David C. White, conspiracy; concealing stolen property, 22 counts; robbery in the second degree.

Jennifer White, conspiracy; concealing stolen property, 22 counts.

Christopher White, conspiracy; concealing stolen property, 22 counts.

Marvin L. White, concealing stolen property, 5 counts; transferring stolen property; possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

Aaron M. Williams, conspiracy to commit a felony; burglary.

Sidney B. Williams, damage or destruction of personal property used for transmitting electricity; grand larceny; destruction of property causing a loss of a value of more than $2,500.

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Jerry W. Beaver, third offense domestic battery.

Homer Buckner, malicious assault; attempted murder; domestic battery.

Bobbi Jo Carte-Cole, grand larceny.

James Cosby Jr., delivery of a controlled substance, 3 counts.

Christopher Cox, malicious assault; attempted murder.

Franklin A. Evans, conspiracy to commit afelony; robbery in the second degree.

Kebert R. Foster, possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver; carrying a concealed deadly weapon without a license; improperly equipped vehicle.

Kenneth N. Gibson III, delivery of a controlled substance, 3 counts.

Hewitt M. Grasty Jr., robbery in the first degree; sexual assault in the first degree, 2 counts; violation of a protective order.

Victor J. Hoffman, malicious assault.

Cindy E. Hopkins, delivery of a controlled substance, 3 counts.

Brandy L. Johnson, third offense shoplifting.

Casey M. Kirkpatrick, fleeing from an officer in a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol; grand larceny; escape from custody; second offense driving under the influence of alcohol; driving while  license revoked for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Nathan L. Malashevich, third offense driving under the influence of alcohol by driving with blood alcohol concentration of 0.15 percent or more by weight; third offense driving under the influence of alcohol; driving while license revoked for driving under the influence of alcohol; driving to left of center of roadway.

Joey D. Pennington, wanton endangerment involving a firearm.

Eric R. Pierce, burglary; petit larceny; destruction of property.

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John T. Randall, delivery of a controlled substance, 3 counts.

John T. Randall, conspiracy to commit a felony; possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver.

Joseph M. Perry, conspiracy to commit a felony; possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.

Mark S. Romage, sexual abuse in the first degree; sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, custodian or person in position of trust.

Debra K. Shockey, burglary; destruction of property.

Debra K. Shockey, forgery, 7 counts; uttering, 7 counts.

Michael A. Taylor, burglary; petit larceny; destruction of property.

Robert W. Vickers, breaking and entering; grand larceny; destruction of property causing a loss of a value of more than $2,500.

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Donald S. Wills, possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver.

Wayne A. Woodson, fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 2 counts.

Brittany A. McBrayer, fraudulent use of a bank conveyance or access device, 2 counts.

David L. Workman, burglary, 2 counts; petit larceny, 2 counts.

David L. Workman, attempt to disarm a law enforcement officer, 2 counts; battery on a government representative; obstructing a law enforcement officer.

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