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Pocahontas Grand Jury hands up 26 indictments

December 11, 2012
By Casey Houser - Staff Writer (chouser@theintermountain.com) , The Inter-Mountain

A Pocahontas Grand Jury indicted 26 individuals last week.

The indictments included the following:

- Jullian N. Waddell was indicted on the offenses of malicious wounding, child abuse resulting in injury and neglect creating risk of injury, all felonies, and domestic assault, a misdemeanor.

He allegedly assaulted a woman with the intent to maim, disfigure, disable or kill. He also allegedly hit a child, leaving a knot on her forehead, and neglected a child by allowing the child to sit within two to three feet of an altercation.

- Bryson A. Hill was indicted on malicious assault, a felony.

He allegedly intended to maim, disfigure, disable or kill the alleged victim, Richelle McCarty.

- Edward Arbogast was indicted on two counts of grand larceny, conspiring and fraudulent scheme, all felonies.

He allegedly took pounds of scrap, equipment, steel and metal from Cass Railroad State Park totalling $1,770.60. He also allegedly transferred the metals to Elkins Iron and Metal and Allegheny Disposal to sell for a total of $5,450.60.

- Jason Cassell was indicted on grand larceny, conspiring and fraudulent scheme, all felonies.

He allegedly took pounds of scrap, equipment, steel and metal from Cass Railroad State Park totalling $2060.40 and allegedly transferred the metal to Elkins Iron and Metal and Allegheny Disposal for a value of $2,060.40.

- Winfred Rex Cassell was indicted on the counts of conspiracy and fraudulent scheme, both felonies.

She allegedly conspired to commit the crime of receiving, aiding and concealing the value of railroad scrap taken from Cass Railroad State Park.

- Julian Waddell was indicted on the counts of conspiracy and fraudulent schemes, both felonies.

He allegedly conspired to commit the crime of receiving, aiding and concealing the value of railroad scrap taken from Cass Railroad State Park.

- Christopher Lambert was indicted on two counts of grand larceny and one count of fraudulent scheme, both felonies.

He allegedly took pounds of scrap, equipment, steel and metal from Cass Railroad State Park totalling $2,851.47 and conspired and concealed or transferred the metal to Elkins Iron and Metal and Allegheny Disposal for a total of $2,850.67.

- Brian Allen Simpkins was indicted on a count of transporting contraband onto the grounds of any jail, state correctional facility, juvenile facility or juvenile detention facility and a count of possession with intent to deliver contraband onto the grounds of any jail, state correctional facility, juvenile facility or juvenile detention facility, both misdemeanors.

He allegedly sent packages via U.S. Post Service to Denmar Correctional Center containing contraband items.

- Vincent P. Gibson was indicted on one count of breaking and entering, three counts of grand larceny and one count of receiving or transferring stolen goods, all felonies.

He allegedly broke into and entered the house of Matt Patten in the Town of Mace, took several goods from Patten's residence and transferred goods to a separate individual.

- Teresa Teter was indicted on receiving or transferring stolen goods, a felony.

She allegedly received goods that belonged to Joe Cummings of Marlinton.

- Randall Bennett was indicted on receiving or transferring stolen goods, a felony.

He allegedly received goods that belonged to Joe Cummings of Marlinton.

- Nakiyan Joshar Harper was indicted on transporting controlled substance onto the grounds of any jail, state correctional facility, juvenile facility or juvenile detention facility, a felony, taking the identity of another person, a felony, and obstructing an officer, a misdemeanor.

Harper allegedly drove a vehicle to the Denmar Correctional Facility Birth Center with a cigarette pack containing marijuana, took the identity of Kevin Monroe Myers for the purpose of avoiding U.S. Marshalls for his arrest and provided false information to Cpl. C.M. Cole pertaining to Harper's identity.

- James M. Lester was indicted on delivery of a schedule III controlled substance, a felony.

He allegedly delivered two Subutex to a confidential informant for $40.

- Christopher A. Triplett was indicted on sexual assault 3rd degree, a felony.

He allegedly engaged in sexual intercourse or sexual intrusion with a 15-year-old female, Triplett being over 16 years of age at the time.

- George Fred Bartels was indicted on conspiracy and fraudulent scheme, both felonies.

He allegedly conspired to receive and conceal the value of scrap metal taken from Cass Railroad State Park.

- David Caplinger was indicted on conspiracy, a felony.

He allegedly conspired to receive the value of scrap metal taken from Cass Railroad State Park.

- Michael Cromer was indicted on petit larceny, a misdemeanor, conspiring, a felony, and fraudulent scheme, a felony.

He allegedly took scrap metal from Cass Railroad State Park and conspired to receive and conceal the value of the metal.

- Bradley McDaniel was indicted on conspiracy and fraudulent scheme, both felonies.

He allegedly conspired to receive and conceal the value of scrap metal taken from Cass Railroad State Park.

- Michael Wolfe was indicted on petit larceny, a misdemeanor, conspiracy, a felony, and fraudulent scheme, a felony.

He allegedly took scrap metal from Cass Railroad State Park and conspired to receive and conceal the value of scrap taken from the park.

- John Mullenax was indicted on 12 counts of grand larceny, one count of conspiring and one count of fraudulent scheme, all felonies.

He allegedly took scrap metal from Cass Railroad State Park, conspired to receive the value of railroad scrap and concealed the transfer of stolen goods.

- Sara Lynette Bryan-Cantrell was indicted on transport of contraband onto the grounds of any jail, state correctional facility, juvenile facility or juvenile detention facility and attempt to deliver contraband onto the grounds of any jail, state correctional facility, juvenile facility or juvenile detention facility, both misdemeanors.

She allegedly sent a package via U.S. Post Service to Denmar Correctional Center containing contraband items.

- Cyrus Bennett was indicted on grand larceny and receiving or transferring stolen goods, both felonies.

Cyrus allegedly took and transferred items stolen from Joe Cummings in Marlinton.

- Ashley Woodell was indicted on grand larceny, a felony, petit larceny, a misdemeanor, and conspiracy to commit a felony, a felony.

She allegedly removed pills and U.S. currency totaling $1,674 from the residence of Debra Schoolcraft of Buckeye and conspired with Aaron Helman.

- Aaron Joseph Helman was indicted on conspiracy to commit a felony, a felony.

He allegedly acted as a lookout while Ashley Woodell removed pills and money from the residence of Debra Schoolcraft in Buckeye.

- Charlie M. Waugh was indicted on delivery of a controlled substance, a felony.

- Brian Withers was indicted on three counts of delivery of a controlled substance, a felony.

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

 
 

 

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