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MADISON The latest set of grand jury indictments returned last week in Boone County Circuit Court charge 39 individuals with crimes ranging from embezzlement to child neglect and drug offenses.
Clinton H. Hall, of Fayette County, and Mary Lynn Billings were each indicted on three counts of breaking and entering, grand larceny and destruction of property in connection with breaking into two business in Danville in November 2012.
According to police, Hall, 38, of the Mossy area of Fayette County, and Billings, age and hometown unavailable, were charged with the felonies after Boone County Sheriffs deputies allege he first broke into the Danville Subway, which is attached to the BP station, near Magic Mart, just off Corridor G, on Saturday night, Nov. 10, or Sunday morning, Nov. 11.
When workers came in Sunday morning they found that the business had been broken into and was able to open the safe located inside the business, said then-Boone County Sheriff Rodney Miller at the time of the alleged crimes.
Then on Wednesday night, Nov. 14, or early Thursday morning, Nov. 15, Hall and Billings allegedly struck again breaking into the K & E Exxon gas station in Danville.
Employees when they reported this morning found that it had been broken into and they had been ripped off, Miller said.
Miller alleges that Hall and Billings pried their way in through a drive thru window and then broke into the safe and an ATM machine.
Miller says they tracked Hall and Billings through several counties to catch and arrest him.
He is also suspected with several break-ins in Fayette County as well, Miller said.
Case No. 13-F-01 and 02.
Paul A. Heater was indicted on one count each of burglary, petit larceny, grand larceny and breaking and entering after allegedly breaking in a residence in Madison in Sept. 2012 and stealing prescription medications and jewelry and then in Oct. 2012 he allegedly broke into Medicap Pharmacy in Danville. Police say they caught a Madison man inside a Danville pharmacy stealing prescription medications on Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2012.
Heater, 32, of Hope Street in Madison, allegedly entered the Medicap Pharmacy, located on Smoot Avenue in Danville through a broken window, according to a criminal complaint filed in Boone County Magistrate Court.
Following an alarm call, a deputy with the Boone County Sheriffs Department was dispatched to the pharmacy and found Heater with a large black trash bag filled full of clear pharmacy bags containing prescription medications, the complaint said.
The cost of the medications was estimated at over $9,000 and Anderson also allegedly had over $50 worth of change in his left front pocket, police said at the time of the alleged crimes.
Heater was charged with two felonies, grand larceny and breaking & entering.
Another criminal complaint at the courthouse alleges that Heater committed a daytime burglary on Sept. 27, 2012, at the Hope Street address at Price Hill in Madison where he was living.
According to that complaint, the homeowner says she discovered prescription medications missing from inside a pillow case where she kept her mediations hidden. She also discovered some jewelry missing, a gold necklace as well as three wrist bracelets and a ring.
The victim reported that approximately 45 Loratab tablets, 25 Neurotin, 30 Zanaflex and 15 Predizone tablets had been stolen from her bedroom.
Case No. 13-F-26.
Andrea M. Kinder was indicted on one count of embezzlement. While employed and acting in her capacity as agent, clerk or servant of Southern Public Service District, Kinder allegedly embezzled $105,996.34, according to the indictment. Case No. 13-F-30.
A former Coal Valley News sports writer, Lowell Browning, 54, of Madison, was indicted on three counts of delivery of a controlled substance. In Sept. 2012, Browning allegedly delivered Hydrocodone pills to an individual cooperating with law enforcement in exchange for cash. Case No. 13-F-13.
Harold Lane and Jordan Dean Lane were both indicted on 8 counts each of wanton Endangerment Involving a Firearm regarding alleged shootings that happened in March 2012. Case No. 13-F-03 and 04.
Ronnie Duane Hunt, Kayla Bree Hughes, Tracie Renee Hager and Timmothy Daniel Dolin were all indicted on one count each of burglary and one count each of conspiracy after allegedly breaking and entering a residence in Uneeda in Han. 2012 and burglarizing it, according to the indictment. Case No. 13-F-05, 06, 07 and 08.
Jeffrey Adkins was indicted on one count of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Hydrocodone, in Sept. 2012. Case No. 13-F-09.
Jonathan Allen Adkins was on two counts of attempted breaking and entering after allegedly trying to break into a business in Whitesville in Sept. 2012. Case No. 13-F-10.
Jerry Wayne Barker was indicted on one count of grand larceny, one count of forgery and one count of uttering after allegedly obtaining a laptop computer by using a forged a check from a Boone County business and attempted to employ it as a true check. Case No. 13-F-11.
Ricky Backus was indicted on three counts of delivery of a controlled substance, Hydrocodone, in Sept. 2012. Case No. 13-F-12.
Jennifer L. Garretson was indicted on six counts of activity in connection with access devices and four counts of computer fraud, as well as one count of committing a fraudulent scheme. According to the indictments, Garrretson after she wrote several bad checks, each for hundreds of dollars, to James Lawrence when she did not have any funds in the checking account. Garrestson is also accused of depositing two checks from Park Avenue Restaurant that had been previously deposited and had no cash value. Case No. 13-F-21.
Robert Buzzard was indicted on one count each of breaking and entering, petit larceny, conspiracy, disruption of communication services, damage and destruction of property of utility company property after allegedly cutting chains, fences and locks of Frontier Communications in Bloomingrose and stealing a generator, which disrupted services to many homes in the area by causing a significant power outage. Case No. 13-F-14.
Cecily P. Cooper was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance, Opana, with intent to deliver. Case No. 13-F-15.
Jessica Elswick and Christopher Ferrell were indicted on one count each of child neglect creating risk of injury of a four-month old child, conspiracy of possession of Oxymorphone with intent to deliver and one count of possession of a controlled substance, Oxymorphone, with intent to deliver. Case No. 13-F-16 and 18.
Matthew Edward Estep was indicted on two counts each of breaking and entering, conspiracy, grand larceny and one count of destruction of property after allegedly breaking and entering an underground coal mine of Patriot Coal at Prenter and stealing several pounds of copper mining cable in May 2012. Case No. 13-F-17.
Christopher Finely was indicted on one count of manufacturing a controlled substance, cultivating of marijuana plants, with an unindicted co-conspirator Adam Mitchell, and one count of conspiracy, also with Mitchell, according to the indictment. Case No. 13-F-19.
Bobby Frye was indicted on two counts of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Oxymorphone, in April 2012. Case No. 13-F-20.
Shannon Aaron Hale was indicted on one count each of burglary, petit larceny and conspiracy after allegedly breaking into a home in Seth in Jan. 2012 and stealing several items and tools. Case No. 13-F-22.
Bruce Leslie Harper was indicted on one count each of possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, with intent to deliver and possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, with intent to manufacture. Case No. 13-F-23.
Denise Harper was indicted on one count each of manufacturing a controlled substance, cultivating marijuana plants, and conspiracy. Case No. 13-F-24.
Leah Jean Harper was indicted on two counts of forgery and one count of uttering after allegedly forging a check made out to someone else from the West Virginia Treasury and attempting to cash it in June 2012. Case No. 13-F-25.
Walter Lee Hill was indicted on one count each burglary, grand larceny and conspiracy for allegedly broke in a residence at Six Mile Road in Chapmanville in June 2012 and stole various items and tools with an unindicted juvenile co-conspirator. Case No. 13-F-27.
Kayla B. Hughes was indicted on one count of obtaining and possession of a controlled substance, 180 Hydrocodone tablets, by misrepresentation, fraud, forgery, deception and subterfuge. Case No. 13-F-28.
Randy D. Jarrell was indicted on one count of delivery of a controlled substance, Hydrocodone. Case No. 13-F-29.
Heather N. Lindsay was indicted on two counts of child neglect creating risk of injury. Case No. 13-F-31.
Ralph Mitchell was indicted on three counts of delivery of a controlled substance, Oxymorphone. Case No. 13-F-32.
Jeremy OMeara was indicted on one count of breaking and entering after allegedly breaking in a residence in Orgas in June 2011. Case No. 13-F-33.
Paul Smith was indicted on two counts of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Hydrocodone and Oxymorphone, one count of delivery of a controlled substance, Oxymorphone, and one count of manufacturing a controlled substance, marijuana. Case No. 13-F-34.
Reatha Smith was indicted on two counts of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Hydrocodone and Oxymorphone, and two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, Oxymorphone and Hydrocodone. Case No. 13-F-35.
Danny Stollings was indicted on one count of delivery of a controlled substance, Hydrocodone, one count of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Hydrocodone, and two counts of possession of a controlled substance, Xanax and Lorazepam, with intent to deliver.
Brenda Lee Williamson was indicted on one count of child neglect creating risk of injury. Case No. 13-F-39.
Melissa A. Strunk was indicted on one count of burglary after allegedly breaking in a residence in Danville in Aug. 2011. Case No. 13-F-37.
Danny L. Tomblin was indicted on one count of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Opana, in Jan. 2012. Case No. 13-F-38.
Curtis Frosty Williams was indicted on two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, Opana 40 mg. and Opana 10 mg., in Aug. 2011. Case No. 13-F-40.
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