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Grand Jury indicts eleven

October 23, 2012
By Melissa Toothman - Staff Writer (mtoothman@theintermountain.com) , The Inter-Mountain

A total of 11 individuals were indicted by a Barbour County grand jury Monday, including seven who are facing breaking and entering charges.

Two Elkins men - James Ray Arbogast, 46, of 149 Gilmore Street, and Gary Eugene Kidd, 44, of 12 Gilmore Street - were indicted Monday for an incident in which they allegedly broke into the AES Laurel Mountain Windmills property in Barbour County and stole copper ground leads on or about March 16.

Arbogast was charged with two felony counts of breaking and entering, one felony count of destruction of property and three felony counts of conspiracy. He was also charged with one misdemeanor count each of conspiracy and destruction of property, and two misdemeanor counts of petit larceny.

Kidd faces two felony charges of breaking and entering, one felony charge of destruction of property and three felony counts of conspiracy. He also faces misdemeanor counts of destruction of property and conspiracy, and two misdemeanor counts of petit larceny.

Stacy Kay Thompson, 31, and Mark Wayne Thompson, 25, both from 341 Little Hacker Creek in Philippi, were indicted for their alleged involvement in operating a clandestine methamphetamine lab in Barbour County in September.

Mark Thompson was charged with one count of operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug lab, one count of possession of substances to be used as precursors to manufacture methamphetamine, two counts of exposure of children to methamphetamine manufacturing and two counts of conspiracy.

Stacy Thompson was charged with one count of possession of substances to be used as precursors to manufacture methamphetamine, two counts of exposure of children to methamphetamine manufacturing and two counts of conspiracy.

Calvin H. Reid, 22, of Route 1 Box 218 AC, Philippi, faces felony charges of operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug lab and conspiracy to operate or attempt to operate a clandestine lab. In addition, he faces six felony counts of breaking and entering, six counts of conspiracy to commit breaking and entering, three felony counts of grand larceny and three felony counts of conspiracy of grand larceny.

Jason Allen Collins, 20, of Route 2 Box 33A in Philippi, was charged with six felony counts of breaking and entering, three felony counts of grand larceny, six felony counts of conspiracy of breaking and entering and six felony counts of conspiracy to commit grand larceny. He was also charged with six misdemeanor counts of destruction of property.

Austin Jared Huffman, 22, of Route 1 Box 210B-1 in Belington, was charged with one felony count of breaking and entering, and one felony and one misdemeanor count of destruction of property.

Cody Lee Reid, 20, of 317 Chestnut Street, Philippi, was indicted on six felony counts of breaking and entering, six felony counts of conspiracy to commit breaking and entering, three felony counts of grand larceny, three felony counts of conspiracy to commit grand larceny and six felony counts of destruction of property.

Garrett Joseph Summerfield, 21, of Route 1 Box 218-2, Philippi, was charged with six counts of breaking and entering, six felony counts of conspiracy to commit breaking and entering, three felony counts of grand larceny, three felony counts of conspiracy to commit grand larceny and six misdemeanor counts of destruction of property.

Jeremy Alan Davis, 35, of P.O. Box 122, Philippi, was indicted on one count of receiving/transferring stolen property, one count of destruction of property and one misdemeanor charge of being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm.

Denise L. McKinney, 60, of Route 1 Box 407A in Flemington, faces one felony charge of fraudulent claims to insurance companies.

Arraignment hearings will begin at 9 a.m. Wednesday in the Barbour County Courthouse in Philippi. All defendants are presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

 
 

 

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