Wednesday, September 11, 2013
By KEN BRADLEY - Staff Writer
Drug charges, uttering, forgery and fraud were among indictments returned Monday by a Franklin County grand jury.
An indictment is not a finding of guilt. It is a determination by jurors that enough evidence exists to warrant a trial.
Indictments returned by the grand jury:
•Daryl Dean Allman, two counts of obtain money under false pretense, Jan. 15 and July 15; and one count of injure and destroy property having a value in excess of $1,000, July 15.
•Bradley Leon Arrington, four counts of draw, utter or deliver a check knowing at the time there were insufficient funds in the account to pay, Aug. 7.
•Amber Nichole Brown, receive stolen goods, knowing the goods to have been stolen with the value of the goods being in excess of $200, May 11.
•David Pearson Brown, receive stolen goods, knowing the goods to have been stolen with the value of the goods being in excess of $200, May 11.
•Stephen Vance Chitwood, take, steal and carry away 1997 Lexus automobile having a value in excess of $200, Sept. 3.
•Terry Joe Davis, two counts of drive a motor vehicle on the road after his driver's license had been suspended or revoked with this offense committed within 10 years after having been committed two or more prior offenses, July 22 and Aug. 21.
•Brenda Gay Dunman, with intent to defraud, did under false pretense attempt to to obtain money having a value in excess of $200 from an insurance company, Oct. 25, 2012.
•Morris Lee Foster, use profane, threatening or indecent language over public airways or by other methods, April 13.
•Lauren Michelle Fringer, take, steal and carry away goods and chattels having a value in excess of $200, July 24; and under false pretense obtain money or other property having a value in excess of $200, July 24.
•Wayne Greer Frith, two counts of sexually abuse a child under age 13, June 3.
•Roy Dale Gilley, with the intent to deprive her of personal liberty, by force, intimidation take, seize and obtain a person, May 10; with intent to maim, disfigure, disable or kill, cause bodily harm to the person, May 10; and assault and batter the person while she was protected by a protective order, May 10.
•Anthony Ray Hagy, while charged with a felony, fail to appear in Franklin County Circuit Court, Aug. 7.
•William Franklin Harrison Sr., possess heroin, May 27.
•Michael Anthony Helms, operate a motor vehicle on the highway after having been found to be an habitual offender and having been convicted previously of driving after have been found an habitual offender, Jan. 31.
•Donna Anne Hite, five counts of forging a check with the intent to defraud, between Aug. 9 and Aug. 16; and five counts of uttering a forged check, between Aug. 9 and Aug. 16.
•Kelli Dillon Hodges, six counts of forge a check with the intent to defraud, between May 25 and May 30; six counts of uttering a forged check, between May 25 and May 30; one count of take, steal and carry away a firearm, July 30; and possess a firearm after having been convicted of a non-violent felony within 10 years, July 30.
•Rebel Ray Hodges, attempt to defeat a drug or alcohol screening test by a substitute sample, Aug. 20.
•Anthony Hobert Hurd, being a convicted sexually violent offender, fail to register with the Virginia State Police and local law enforcement, Aug. 22.
•Natalie A Muse, 26 counts related to fraudulently receiving public assistance including food stamps, temporary assistance for needy families and Medicaid, between May 21, 2008 and April 8, 2013.
•Richard Linwood Powers, having received a visible or audible signal from a law enforcement officer to stop his motor vehicle, drive the motor vehicle in a willful and wanton disregard for such signal as to endanger person, July 13; intentionally injure and destroy property have a value in excess of $1,000, July 13; and obstruct a law enforcement officer in the performance of duties as such or fail or refuse to cease such obstruction without just cause when requested to do so, July 13.
•Elizabeth Marie Profitt, distribute Clonazepam, July 27; willfully or negligently as a person having custody of a child under the age of 18, cause or permit the life of the child to be endangered or the health of the child to be injured, July 27; and as a parent, guardian or responsible for a child under the age of 18 commit a willful act or omission in the care of the child as was so gross, wanton and culpable as to show a reckless disregard for human life, July 27.
•Savanna Marie Skillman, six counts of illegally receive goods and services having a value in excess of $200, between March 12 and March 22; six counts of obtain money, goods, services having a value of $200 or more, using a credit card belonging to another person, March 12 and March 22; six counts of obtain money, goods, services having a value of less than $200, using a credit card belonging to another person, March 12 and March 22; and six counts, illegally receive goods and services having a value less than $200, between March 10 and March 21.
•D'angelo Cortez Smith, assault and batter a police officer knowing that he was a police officer engaged in the performance of his public duties, June 3.
•Miguel Huerta Velazquez, possess cocaine with the intent to distribute, July 26.
•David Franklin Waid, possess a firearm after having been convicted of a non-violent felony more than 10 years ago, Sept. 4; and handle a firearm recklessly so as to endanger the life, limb or property of any person, Sept. 4.
•Berkley Lewis Whitlock, possess methamphetamine with the intent to sell, give or distribute, upon public property open to public use within 1,000 feed of a public school, March 27.
•Brian Keith Wilson, take, steal and carry away goods and chattels having a value in excess of $200, June 26.