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PRINCETON (WVVA) - Charges ranging from murder to sexual abuse are among the 96 indictments handed down during the June sitting of the Mercer County Grand Jury.

Click here to view the full list of indictments

Among notable indictments are David Reasby, who was charged with first-degree murder in the August 2012 slaying of Derek Tabor of Montcalm.

Tabor was shot and killed at a residence on Fourth Street in Bluefield. A friend brought Tabor's body directly to the Bluefield police station after the shooting.

Jonathan Kirk is indicted on multiple charges connected to sexual crimes allegedly committed while employed as a coach and teacher at PikeView High School.

Kirk allegedly inappropriately touched, solicited sexual favors from, and communicated both verbally and via electronic media in a sexual nature with multiple female students at the school, beginning in 2010.

Kimberly Cox is indicted on multiple charges in connection with the alleged use of minors in filming child pornography.

Also indicted are Joshua Berry and his wife, Sarah Lynn Looney Berry. The two face charges of first-degree robbery, wanton endangerment and conspiracy in Mercer County -- while being charged with first-degree murder in connection with the May 2012 slaying of a convenience store clerk in Mount Airy, N.C.

View WVVA.com's previous reports on the Berrys

David Cline is indicted on a charge of attempted first-degree murder in connection with a New Year's Eve shooting in the Lashmeet area.

 

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