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Wednesday, October 3, 2012 N ews 0/rit of JEFFERSON and FARMER'S ADV'OCATE Established 1844 JEFFERSON "No government ought to be without censors and where the press is free, no one ever will." -- Thomas Jefferson PUBLISHED EACH WEDNESDAY BY The Jefferson Publishing Co. Inc. PUBLISHER Craig See EDITOR Robert Snyder EDITORI,g,L STAFF Bryan Clark, Reporter bryan Robert Smith, Copy Editor/Reporter Christine Miller Ford, Life & Business Editor Bob Madison, Sports Editor BUSINESS STAFF Jennifer See, Cara Young officemanager@ ADVERTISING STAFF Mary Burns GRAPHICS STAFF Kim Schell Sharon Snyder sharon Rachel Painter-Fields CIRCULATION STAFF Robert Smith ONLINE STAFF Rachel Painter-Fields webmaster @spiritofjefferson .corn CONTACTING US Office: 210 N. George St., Charles -Town, W.Va. Mailing address: P.O. Box 966, Charles Town, WV 25414 .Phone: 304-725-2046 i, Fax: 304-728- .6856 E-mail: editor @ ABOUT DELIVERY (USPS 510-960) Periodical postage paid at Charles Town, W.Va., and additional post offices POSTMASTER: Send Address Changes to The Spirit of Jefferson, P.O. Box 966, Charles Town, WV 25414 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Yearly in Advance: $27 in West Virginia and $29.50 outside the state. injured in school bus crash Six Jefferson County public school students and their bus driver' were taken to Jefferson Memorial Hospital after an SUV crashed into a school bus at the intersection of W.Va. 9 and Hostler Road at about 3:50 p.m. Tuesday. The driver of the SUV was also taken to the hospital. The West Virginia State Police is investigating the crash. BRYAN CLARK Indictments FROM PAGE A1 Blue Ridge in the 2010 indictments, bringing the total she is accused of stealing to more than $18,000, Cart- er is currently being sued by Blue Ridge. Others indicted were: • Trammell Eugene Alexander, with one count each of attempted murder and malicious wounding for allegedly attacking a man with a knife or box cutter in July. • Joseph Lee Hardy, with one count each of malicious wound- ing, grand larceny and transfer- ring stolen property for allegedly beating a man with a stick or club, stealing his property and selling it to another man. Kenneth Ray Mc- Donald Sr. was also charged with malicious wounding for beat- ing the same man with a stick or club. • Brandon Christopher Hernan- dez, with one count each of bur- glary, felony destruction of prop- erty, domestic assault and bran- dishing' a firearm for allegedly breaking into an ex-girlfriend's home, destroying her property and threatening her with a gun. • Merle Stanley Johnson, with one count each of DUI causing death, negligent homicide, fail- ure to maintain control of a ve- hicle and failure to drive on the right side of a highway for alleg- edly driving drunk .and causing the death of James L. Fletcher II. • Alexis Rios Conde, with ttlent use of anaccess device, One entering without breaking and three counts of robbery in the count each of grand larceny and one count of grand larceny for first degree for allegedly robbing one count of conspil~acy for alleg- allegedly breaking into an H&R a 7-Eleven, Sofia's restaurant and edly allegedly using a stolen credit Block office, stealing personal an individual at gunpoint, card to make purchases at Sheetz. property, and forging checks. • AmandaKayeQuevedo, with • Timothy D~ Stewart Jr., with • Kevin Lee Longerbeam, one count each of fleeing from one count of forgery and one count with three counts of delivery of a an officer in a vehicle with reck- of driving while suspended for al- controlled substance within one less indifference and receiving or legedly driving a motor vehicle on thousand feet of a school, one transferring a stolen vehicle for a public highway and then forging count of possession of a con- allegedly fleeing police in a, sto- a name on a traffic citation when trolled substance with intent to len vehicle i_n 2010. he was pulled over. deliver, and one count of child • George Allan Stillions, Kevin • Johnathan Eugene Shirley, with endangerment for allegedly sell- Timothy McDaniel and Tamitha one count of daytime burglary, one ing marijuana and possessing Roshelle Simpson, with one count count of grand larceny and one hydrocodone near Wright Den- of burglary, one count of conspir- count of receiving or transferring ny Elementary, acy, one count of grand larceny stolen property for allegedly bur- • Zachary Allen Rife, with one and one count of felony receiv- glarizing a house in March. count each of burglary and trans- ing or transferring stolen prop- • Randy Bailey, withtwo counts ferring stolen property for alleg- erty for allegedly burglarizing a ofgrand larceny for allegedly steal- edly burglarizing a home in March home in April. Sillions and Simp- ing two cars. and then selling property stolen son were additionaly charged with • James Michael Dodson, Jer- from it. one count of misdemeanor receiv- emy Allen Tasker, Jessica Lavelle • Terry Lee Chamblin, with ing or transferring stolen property Hamm and Ashlee Gray, with one three counts of child neglect creat- each. count of burglary and one count of ing a serious risk of bodily injury, • Jennifer Erin Basal, with 27 conspiracy for allegedly burglariz- one count of possession with intent counts each of forgery and ut- ing a home in 2011. to deliver a controlled substance tering and one count of embez- • Nancy Leg Dougherty, Candy and one count of possession of a zlement for allegedly forging 27 Waldron and Dustin Glen Johnson, Schedule I substance. He was al- checks totaling over $4,000. The with one count of entering without legedly in possession of heroin and checks were allegedly made out to breaking of a dwelling, conspira- cocaine. herself and drew from the account cy and grand larceny for allegedly • Matthew Duane Jenkins, Jo- of the Alpha Sigma Tau sorority, burglarizing a home in May. anna Renee Jenkins and Mark • Therese Denise Epps,with four • James Robert Walsh III, with Todd Engle, with three counts of counts each of forgery, uttering and one count of grand larceny and fraudulent use of an access device counterfeiting for allegedly forging four counts of breaking and enter- and three counts of conspiracy for four checks totaling over $7,000 ing for allegedly stealing nearly allegedly attempting to use a sto- that drew from the accounts of Jef- a ton of jelly cable from Frontier' len credit card number to purchase ferson Asphalt Company. Communications. goods at a Dollar General store. • John Neil Ennis, Siena Leann • Aimee Morganne Gorham, Engle was also charged with one Hemandez and Dallas Taylor with two counts of forgery, two count of delivery of a continUed Wines, with three counts of fraud- counts of uttering, one count of substance and one count of con- spiracy for conspiring with Beth Potts to sell suboxone. Potts was charged with two counts of deliv- ery of a controlled substance, one count of conspiracy and one count of child endangerment for alleg- edly selling heroin in the presence of a child. • Charles Woodrow l_,onger- beam, with one count each of pos- session with intent to distribute a Schedule IV substance, delivery of a Schedule IV substance, pos- session of a Schedule I substance and possession of a Schedule 11"1 substance for allegedly possessing and selling Xanax, and possessing marijuana and hydrocodone. • Roy Edward Jenkins and Mi- chael Lee Johnson, with one count of failure to pay child support. • Stephanie Kay Buffaloboy, with one count of third offense Shoplifting. • A Jefferson County man, with 15 counts of sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, custodian or per- son of trust and 13 counts of first degree sexual abuse. • A Jefferson County man,'with one count each of first degree sex- ual assault and sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, custodian or per- son of trust. Bringing an indictment is not a finding of guilt, but only the pos- sibility that a crime has been com- mirted. The purpose of an indict- ment is to inform an individual who has been accused of a charge against an individual so the indi- vidual can mount a defense. IEFFERSON 201 S. Preston Street, Ranson 304.725.6533 We now offer PRESCRIPTIONS FREE to your front door! Sign up for the Leader Prescription Savings Club for the low price of $1, we'll provide a list of 200 prescription drugs offered for $6 for a 30 day supply. Plus, we offer drive-thru window pickup service and FREE home delivery! So while others may offer low prices...our FREE Delivery makes ours the BEST OFFER IN TOWN! From filling preseriptions to home heatth equipment and supplies - IIVE DELIVER! RE-ELECT Proud to provide safety Your home-town pharmacies for more than 29 years • Scott Boyd, R.Ph. 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