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William L. Albans, prohibited person in possession of a firearm, prohibited person in possession of a concealed firearm, failure to register as a sex offender; Carol Joyce Lake, 42, of St.

Albans, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device, grand larceny, transferring and receiving stolen property; William Arthur Crowley III, 62, of St. Albans, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device; David Sheldon Stafford, 32, of Cabin Creek, child abuse causing serious bodily injury; child abuse creating a substantial risk of serious bodily injury or death, child neglect creating a substantial risk of serious bodily injury or death; Nyosha M.

White, 26, of Charleston, burglary, destruction of property, conspiracy, VUCSA; Joshua Dewayne Wooten, 29, of Nitro, breaking and entering, grand larceny, prohibited person in possession of a firearm. Joshua James Harrison, 29, of Charleston, murder, persons prohibited from possessing firearms, persons prohibited from carrying a concealed firearm; Terry Wayne Kirby, 64, of Charleston, murder, persons prohibited from possessing firearms, persons prohibited from carrying a concealed firearm; Franklin Thomas Davis, 30, of Charleston, malicious wounding, use or presentment of a firearm during the commission of a felony, prohibited person in possession of a firearm; Roberta Hill-Smith, 78, of Charleston, financial exploitation; Charles Alvin Huber, 66, of New Castle, Idaho, forgery and uttering; Calvin Christopher Hudkins, 36, of Charleston, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device, grand larceny, taking the identity of another person; Bradley W.

Jarrett, 35, of Elkview, breaking and entering, petit larceny; Jennilea Allison Meadows, 36, of Belle, grand larceny, breaking and entering auto; James Russell Robinson, 42, of Lake, persons prohibited from carrying a concealed firearm; Randy Isaac Buckland, 37, of Chapmanville, possession of stolen vehicle, counterfeiting; Makayla Danielle Sparks, 22, of Holden, possession of stolen vehicle; Curtis E.

Albans, burglary, grand larceny; Timothy Lee Stevens Jr. Mullins, 45, of Calvin, grand larceny, possession of a stolen vehicle; Justin R. Clingman, 26, of Dunbar, conspiracy, VUCSA, persons prohibited from possessing firearms, persons prohibited from carrying a concealed firearm.

Myers, 29, of Clendenin, possession of stolen vehicle, burglary, petit larceny; Roger L. Stevens Sr. Jessica Lynn Bass, 38, of Charleston, conspiracy and VUCSA; Timothy Allen Carpenter, 38, of Charleston, persons prohibited from possessing firearms, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others, possession of stolen vehicle; Robert.

Arthur Cyrus Jr. Kinsel, 31, of Charleston, failure to register as a sex offender, breaking and entering; Kirk Edward Lechel, 43, of Elkview, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device, forgery, uttering; Veronica Nicole Rogers, 33, of Charleston, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device; Andrew Wayne Miller, 29, of Charleston, person prohibited from possessing firearms, prohibited persons carrying concealed firearms, false swearing; Latasha Denise Carr, 39, of Charleston, accessory after the fact, false swearing; Stacy Lynn Ratliff, 53, of Charleston, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device.

Jeffery Allan Havis, 51, of Charleston, attempted second degree robbery; Charleston Edward Jarrett, 42, of Elkview, forgery and uttering, possession of stolen vehicle, breaking and entering, attempted grand larceny, grand larceny; Monica Elizabeth Keaton, 36, of Charleston, child neglect creating a substantial risk of serious bodily injury or death; Emanuel Steven Nelson, 33, of Cross Lanes, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device, petit larceny; Nicole A.

Campbell, 31, of Cross Lanes, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device, petit larceny; Matthew David Parr, 32, of Charleston, possession of materials depicting minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct; Timothy Edward Rowlands, 50, of Charleston, breaking and entering, embezzlement; James A. Scott Jr. Smith Jr. Albans, terroristic threats; John W. Smith II, 35, of Nitro, forgery and uttering. No Thanks. Thank you for reading!The Putnam County Board of Education voted unanimously Monday to reappoint John Hudson as the county superintendent for three more years.

Carroll Hutton, of Teays Valley, was a collector of good friends, adventures and all things mechanical, especially items of historic interest — cars in particular. A Putnam County woman was shot to death over the weekend by her husband, who then unsuccessfully tried to kill himself, according to Putnam County Sheriff Steve Deweese. Kanawha County, which has more public school students than any other West Virginia county, lets most of its students out for summer on Friday.

While the first official day of summer remains a few weeks away, Memorial Day weekend is here and with it, for many, the start of the summer season. The Putnam County Commission looked at 24 communities for water line extension projects, but Fisher Ridge was the only one where a resident spoke on its behalf at a public meeting last week.

A Putnam County man who lied on a federal form in an attempt to purchase guns pleaded guilty to the crime Tuesday in U. District Court. Public can turn in unused or expired prescription medication. Event will be held from 10 a. However, the most recent quotes the parks received were higher than anticipated.

No Thanks. Toggle navigation. Kanawha Valley. Poca man faces up to 20 years for running Toyota Tacoma buyback scheme. By Joe Severino Staff writer. Putnam County. Putnam health board delays medical marijuana vote.

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Putnam residents to vote on medical marijuana businesses in county. Putnam is WV's first 'Second Amendment sanctuary' county. What does that mean? Kanawha County. A new Kanawha commissioner? A new Putnam sheriff?

They're among the jobs up for grabs. By Caity Coyne Staff writer. Putnam school board approves Hudson for 3 more years as superintendent.

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A Kanawha County grand jury on Thursday handed up indictments against 55 people, according to a news release from the Kanawha County Prosecuting Attorney's Office. The fact that a person has been charged with a crime is merely an accusation and that person is innocent until proven guilty. Roy Justin Griffith, 35, of Charleston, prohibited person carrying a concealed firearm and persons prohibited from possessing a firearm; John Preston Keiffer III, 69, of Dunbar, displaying obscene matter to a minor, use of obscene matter with intent to seduce a minor and indecent exposure; Johnathan A.

Gerard Malcolm Maxwell, 33, of Rand, murder, persons prohibited from possession of a firearm and domestic battery; Alaphia A. Miller, 45, of Hernshaw, failure to register as a sex offender; Steven M. Christopher Scott Adkins, 42, of Raleigh, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device and second offense failure to register as a sex offender; Raven James Dotson Jr. Mark A. Chandler, 18, of Dunbar, possession of a stolen vehicle; Zachary Wyatt Gibson, 25, of Alum Creek, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others; Michael Glen Leonard, 35, of Charleston, breaking and entering and petit larceny; Denver Adam Shaffer, 19, of Charleston, breaking and entering; Bryant L.

Ernest Lee Alexander III, 34, of Dunbar, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others, possession of a stolen vehicle, petit larceny, transferring and receiving stolen property, fleeing on foot and forgery and uttering; Samuel Dylen Harvey, 20, of Charleston, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others, possession of a stolen vehicle and grand larceny; Waylon D.

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Kanawha County grand jury hands up September indictments

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Grand jurors indicted Matthew T. Baldwin, 38, of Orono, Maine, on one count each of terroristic threats and impersonating a law enforcement officer, according to the news release. Baldwin is accused of approaching the manager of Capitol Market on March 14 and giving her a letter that said there was a bomb in the building, according to the criminal complaint filed in Kanawha County Magistrate Court.

An indictment is not an indication that a person is guilty of committing a crime. The following is the rest of those who were indicted and their arraignments, sorted by presiding judge and the time and date of the arraignments that will take place in the Kanawha County Judicial Annex:.

Thomas Allen Bowman, 31, of Charleston, burglary, grand larceny, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device; Devon A. Hatfield, 41, of South Charleston, breaking and entering, petit larceny, breaking and entering of an automobile; Charles Matthew Lawson, 45, of South Charleston, conspiracy, breaking and entering, grand larceny, transferring and receiving stolen property, second degree arson, burglary, destruction of property; John Wesley Jordan III, 38, of Cross Lanes, conspiracy, breaking and entering, grand larceny, transferring and receiving stolen property, second degree arson, destruction of property; Brandon Joe Sneed, 19, of Charleston, possession of a stolen vehicle, fleeing while driving under the influence, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others; Kimberly Nicole Wilburn, 39, of St.

Albans, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device; Cody D. Winter, 30, of Poca, third and subsequent offense driving while license revoked for driving under the influence; Mark Anthony Workman Jr. Brian Lee Castle, 46, of South Charleston, obtaining property by false pretenses, possession of stolen vehicle, grand larceny, breaking and entering, attempted petit larceny, battery on a law enforcement officer; Angie Marie Daniels, 41, of St.

Albans, burglary and grand larceny; Justin Allen Goble, 30, of Charleston, persons prohibited from possessing a firearm; Edward James Kinney, 36, of Charleston, conspiracy and drug charges; Jymere A. Pratt, 22, of Dunbar, persons prohibited from possessing firearms, conspiracy, drug charges; Aaron Scott Roberts; 30, of Charleston, fleeing while DUI, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others, DUI causing bodily injury, leaving the scene of an accident with bodily injury; James C.

Rodgers, 38, of Belle, escape; Christopher A. Spaulding, 47, of Gay, conspiracy, drug charges, persons prohibited from possessing firearms; Brian Burton Thomas, 42, of Charleston, breaking and entering, attempted petit larceny; and Daniel H.

Walke, 19, of St. Albans, burglary, grand larceny.

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Devonte L. Andrews, 21, of Charleston, conspiracy and drug charges; Jody E. Easter, 44, of Charleston, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others, conspiracy, drug charges, driving while license revoked for DUI; Christopher Michael Lake, 27, of St.

Albans, grand larceny, burglary; Tammy Lynn Rowe, 53, of Charleston, third offense DUI; Eric Scott Spencer, 39, wanton endangerment, prohibited person carrying a concealed firearm, possession of stolen vehicle, third and subsequent offense driving while license revoked for DUI, transferring and receiving stolen property and prohibited person in possession of a firearm; and Teddy Ray Strickland II, 37, of Dunbar, second offense DUI, conspiracy and drug charges.

Joshua Wayne Allen, 32, of St. Albans, breaking and entering, destruction of property, possession of a stolen vehicle, escape; Jerry Wayne Boggess, 49, of Miami, W.Please purchase a subscription to continue reading.

If you have a subscription, please Log In. Please log in, or sign up for a new account to continue reading. Learn more about HD Media. A Kanawha County grand jury this week indicted 58 people, including a Maine man accused of making a bomb threat at Capitol Market in March, according to a news release from Kanawha Prosecuting Attorney Chuck Miller.

Grand jurors indicted Matthew T. Baldwin, 38, of Orono, Maine, on one count each of terroristic threats and impersonating a law enforcement officer, according to the news release. Baldwin is accused of approaching the manager of Capitol Market on March 14 and giving her a letter that said there was a bomb in the building, according to the criminal complaint filed in Kanawha County Magistrate Court. An indictment is not an indication that a person is guilty of committing a crime.

The following is the rest of those who were indicted and their arraignments, sorted by presiding judge and the time and date of the arraignments that will take place in the Kanawha County Judicial Annex:. Thomas Allen Bowman, 31, of Charleston, burglary, grand larceny, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device; Devon A.

Hatfield, 41, of South Charleston, breaking and entering, petit larceny, breaking and entering of an automobile; Charles Matthew Lawson, 45, of South Charleston, conspiracy, breaking and entering, grand larceny, transferring and receiving stolen property, second degree arson, burglary, destruction of property; John Wesley Jordan III, 38, of Cross Lanes, conspiracy, breaking and entering, grand larceny, transferring and receiving stolen property, second degree arson, destruction of property; Brandon Joe Sneed, 19, of Charleston, possession of a stolen vehicle, fleeing while driving under the influence, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others; Kimberly Nicole Wilburn, 39, of St.

Albans, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device; Cody D. Winter, 30, of Poca, third and subsequent offense driving while license revoked for driving under the influence; Mark Anthony Workman Jr.

Brian Lee Castle, 46, of South Charleston, obtaining property by false pretenses, possession of stolen vehicle, grand larceny, breaking and entering, attempted petit larceny, battery on a law enforcement officer; Angie Marie Daniels, 41, of St. Albans, burglary and grand larceny; Justin Allen Goble, 30, of Charleston, persons prohibited from possessing a firearm; Edward James Kinney, 36, of Charleston, conspiracy and drug charges; Jymere A. Pratt, 22, of Dunbar, persons prohibited from possessing firearms, conspiracy, drug charges; Aaron Scott Roberts; 30, of Charleston, fleeing while DUI, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others, DUI causing bodily injury, leaving the scene of an accident with bodily injury; James C.

Rodgers, 38, of Belle, escape; Christopher A. Spaulding, 47, of Gay, conspiracy, drug charges, persons prohibited from possessing firearms; Brian Burton Thomas, 42, of Charleston, breaking and entering, attempted petit larceny; and Daniel H.

Walke, 19, of St. Albans, burglary, grand larceny. Devonte L. Andrews, 21, of Charleston, conspiracy and drug charges; Jody E. Easter, 44, of Charleston, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others, conspiracy, drug charges, driving while license revoked for DUI; Christopher Michael Lake, 27, of St. Albans, grand larceny, burglary; Tammy Lynn Rowe, 53, of Charleston, third offense DUI; Eric Scott Spencer, 39, wanton endangerment, prohibited person carrying a concealed firearm, possession of stolen vehicle, third and subsequent offense driving while license revoked for DUI, transferring and receiving stolen property and prohibited person in possession of a firearm; and Teddy Ray Strickland II, 37, of Dunbar, second offense DUI, conspiracy and drug charges.

Joshua Wayne Allen, 32, of St. Albans, breaking and entering, destruction of property, possession of a stolen vehicle, escape; Jerry Wayne Boggess, 49, of Miami, W. Albans, conspiracy, drug charges and possession of a stolen vehicle; Andrew Thomas Tudor, 31, of Dry Branch, DUI causing serious bodily injury, DUI with a minor, child neglect creating a substantial risk of serious bodily injury or death, child neglect causing serious bodily injury or death; and Timishia Leah Shears, 28, of Dry Branch, child neglect creating a substantial risk of serious bodily injury or death, child neglect causing serious bodily injury or death.

Mark A. Bowen, 53, of Charleston, grand larceny, conspiracy, drug charges; and Noah Wilcox, 23, of St. Albans, conspiracy and drug charges. Matthew Thomas Baldwin, 38, of Orono, Maine, terroristic threats and impersonating a law enforcement officer; George Dallas Ball, 36, of Charleston, destruction of property; Justin David Bonds, 29, of Eskdale, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others; Austin E.

Combs, 24, of Charleston, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device, conspiracy, drug charges, persons prohibited from possessing firearms, persons prohibited from possessing concealed firearms and forgery of a public document; Mary Kathleen Harrington, 29, of Charleston, third offense driving while license revoked for DUI, conspiracy, drug charges; Timothy Roger Kerns, 42, of St.

Albans, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others, fleeing on foot, petit larceny, grand larceny and breaking and entering of an automobile; Summer Breanne Paradise, 26, of Elkview, transferring and receiving stolen property, forgery and uttering, grand larceny, breaking and entering of an automobile, fleeing on foot; Michael A.

King Jr. Maloney, 39, of Cross Lanes, conspiracy and drug charges; Jessica L.Please purchase a subscription to continue reading. If you have a subscription, please Log In. Please log in, or sign up for a new account to continue reading. Learn more about HD Media. A Kanawha County grand jury on Thursday handed up indictments against 55 people, according to a news release from the Kanawha County Prosecuting Attorney's Office.

The fact that a person has been charged with a crime is merely an accusation and that person is innocent until proven guilty. Roy Justin Griffith, 35, of Charleston, prohibited person carrying a concealed firearm and persons prohibited from possessing a firearm; John Preston Keiffer III, 69, of Dunbar, displaying obscene matter to a minor, use of obscene matter with intent to seduce a minor and indecent exposure; Johnathan A.

Gerard Malcolm Maxwell, 33, of Rand, murder, persons prohibited from possession of a firearm and domestic battery; Alaphia A. Miller, 45, of Hernshaw, failure to register as a sex offender; Steven M. Christopher Scott Adkins, 42, of Raleigh, fraud and related activity in connection with an access device and second offense failure to register as a sex offender; Raven James Dotson Jr. Mark A. Chandler, 18, of Dunbar, possession of a stolen vehicle; Zachary Wyatt Gibson, 25, of Alum Creek, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others; Michael Glen Leonard, 35, of Charleston, breaking and entering and petit larceny; Denver Adam Shaffer, 19, of Charleston, breaking and entering; Bryant L.

Ernest Lee Alexander III, 34, of Dunbar, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others, possession of a stolen vehicle, petit larceny, transferring and receiving stolen property, fleeing on foot and forgery and uttering; Samuel Dylen Harvey, 20, of Charleston, fleeing with reckless indifference to the safety of others, possession of a stolen vehicle and grand larceny; Waylon D.

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A Putnam County grand jury handed down 49 indictments last week, according to a news release from the Putnam Office of the Prosecuting Attorney. A Kanawha circuit judge has delayed the sentencing of Christopher Kimes so two of his former colleagues can give statements and list a restitution amount following his guilty plea to embezzling money from a local charity.

Even as they wrapped up work on criminal justice reform legislation Saturday, West Virginia lawmakers acknowledged there likely still was more work to do to balance the scales of justice in the Mountain State.

The West Virginia House of Delegates put a proposed intermediate court of appeals to rest Friday afternoon with no chance of reviving it with one day left in the legislative session. A woman has filed a lawsuit against the West Virginia Division of Corrections alleging her brother died from complications from hip surgery following injuries he sustained during a fight in jail. The House of Delegates on Tuesday passed a bill that detractors say will deter people from reporting police misconduct.

A Ritchie County woman has filed the first lawsuit surrounding the string of unexpected patient deaths at the Louis A. The House Judiciary Committee on Friday approved a proposal for an intermediate court of appeals in West Virginia, overcoming more than five hours of pointed questioning and sometimes hot-blooded debate throughout the course of the day. West Virginians have had at least three years to refine their opinions on whether the state needs an appeals court between the county-level circuit courts and the state Supreme Court.

No Thanks. Toggle navigation. By Lacie Pierson Staff writer. WV has decreased its jail population by almost 10 percent. Jails are still overcrowded as state officials and interest groups work on response to pandemic. Legal Affairs. Lawsuit says officer was driving twice the speed limit during crash that left Fairmont man dead.

By Joe Severino Staff writer. WV attorney general warns landlords against unlawful evictions. Supreme Court suspends non-emergency hearings, including evictions, until April By Lacie Pierson Staff writer Mar 23, WV Supreme Court directs lower courts to suspend non-emergency proceedings. From staff reports Mar 16, WV Supreme Court issues protocols limiting in-person hearings, warns against abusing system for personal gain.

By Lacie Pierson Staff writer Mar 15, WV opioid lawsuits set for trial in March By Eric Eyre Staff writer Mar 14, Former West Virginia University professor admits to fraud. Mar 11,

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