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Tucker County Grand Jury indicts 6 individuals

October 30, 2012
By Casey Houser Staff Writer , The Inter-Mountain

Tucker Grand Jury indicted six people on charges in the county earlier this month.

The indictments included the following:

Shannon Rechelle Shahan, 33, of 613 Jameson Ave., Parsons, was charged with prescription forgery in May. Shahan allegedly acquired possession of a controlled substance, Lortab, by forging and adding five refills on a prescription form written by Dr. Chua at the St. George Clinic, and receiving refills of Lortab that she was not legally entitled to have.

She is also charged with allegedly committing the offense of prescription fraud by allegedly possessing Lortab by use of an invalid prescription.

Timothy Ryan Daniels, 23, of 558 Seneca Road, in Elkins was charged with breaking and entering on or about Aug. 22. He allegedly entered a building owned by Benjamin F. Long III and took a .45-caliber Glock model handgun valued at $650, a .40-caliber Glock handgun valued at $625, a Broker Tree brand knife valued at $50 and assorted U.S. coins valued at $150.50, totalling $2,070.50. He is also charged with a count of entering without breaking on or about Aug. 22.

Also, Daniels was charged with breaking and entering on or about Aug. 22. He allegedly entered The Heritage House Fine Arts and Crafts belonging to the Parsons Railroad Depot Corp. and took a money bag with bank cards and cash, valued at $150, and a hammer. Daniels also was charged with grand larceny and entering without breaking on or about Aug. 22.

On a sixth count, he was charged with two felony counts of destruction of property on or about Aug. 22. He allegedly busted a hole in an exterior and interior wall of a building and broke a desk drawer owned by Ben Long III with damage valued at $2,500 or more.

Robert David Hebb, 45, at 501 Jamison Ave in Parsons was charged with malicious assault on or about Sept. 18. He allegedly stabbed and cut his son, Daniel R. Hebb, with a large kitchen knife, causing bodily injury.

He also was charged with domestic assault on or about Sept. 18. He allegedly attempted to commit a violent injury against his son, Daniel R. Hebb.

Cory Allen Lester, 19, of 821 Hendricks Hill Rd. in Hendricks was charged with breaking and entering on or about Aug. 13. He allegedly broke into a building owned by Ralph C. Bott and Kenneth Bott Jr., known as KC's Salvage Groceries, and allegedly took a soda, cookies, a stick of peppermint and a guitar.

He also was charged with entering without breaking on or about Aug. 13.

Lee-Ann Sysk, 24, of P.O. Box 183 in Elkins, was charged with breaking and entering on or about May 1. She allegedly broke into The Old Shoe Factory, specifically the portion rented by the Tucker County Senior Citizens Center, and allegedly took various items of Rocawear clothing. She also was charged with entering without breaking on or about May 1.

Sysk was also charged with possessing stolen property on or about June 5. She allegedly possessed two bicycles valued at $1,000 believed to be stolen from Isaac Bowley. She also was charged with receiving stolen property, on or about June 5, and concealing stolen property.

Mark Allen Poling, 28, at 112 Mill St. in Parsons, was charged with breaking and entering on or about May 1 and May 5. He allegedly broke into and entered The Old Shoe Factory, particularly the portion being rented to the Tucker County Senior Citizens Center, and allegedly took various items of Rockaway clothing.

He also was charged with two counts of entering without breaking on or about May 1 and May 5. He allegedly broke into and entered The Old Shoe Factory, specifically the portion being rented to the Tucker County Senior Citizens Center, and allegedly took one video camera, 250 Solo brand paper plates and 42 silver disposable baking pans. Poling also was charged with entering without breaking on or about May 1 and May 5.

Poling also was charged with possessing stolen property on or about June 5. He allegedly had in his possession two bicycles stolen from Isaac Bowly, valued at $1,000.

He also was charged with receiving stolen property and concealing stolen property on or about June 5. He allegedly concealed the two bicycles, after having reason to believe they were stolen.

Contact Casey Houser by email at chouser@theintermountain.com.

 
 

 

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