Lewis County jury hands down multiple indictments

2013-02-07T22:00:00Z 2014-08-25T23:00:22Z Lewis County jury hands down multiple indictmentsCHRISTY HOOTS christy.hoots@lee.net Ledger Independent
February 07, 2013 10:00 pm  • 

VANCEBURG | A Lewis County grand jury recently handed down 16 indictments naming 11 people.

Charles A. Holt was indicted for tampering with a prisoner monitoring device, "by intentionally altering, disabling, deactivating, tampering with, removing, damaging or destroying a device used to facilitate electronic monitoring or supervision of a person who has been ordered to wear a device as a condition of pretrial release."

Charles A. Mosley, Jr. was indicted for first-degree robbery, when he used "physical force with the intent to accomplish the theft, and causing physical injury to Jason Kamer," according to the indictment.  Mosley was also indicted for second-degree persistent felony offender.

Others indicted include:

-- John E. Fraley, 32, for second-degree burglary, receiving stolen property with a value of over $500 and second-degree persistent felony offender.

-- Aaron W. Howard, 21, for first-degree burglary on Dec. 11.  A second indictment was also handed down for Howard with a charge of first-degree burglary for Jan. 3.

-- Joshua B. Stevenson, 22, for first-degree burglary on Dec. 11.  A second indictment was also handed down for Stevenson with a charge of first-degree burglary for Jan 3. A third indictment was handed down with the charge of receiving stolen property with a value of $10,000 or more.

-- Dean Cooper, 22, for first-degree burglary.  A second indictment was handed down for receiving stolen property with a value of $10,000 or more.

-- Cody Lyons, 20, for theft by unlawful taking or disposition of a moveable property with a value of over $500.

-- Paul Berry, 27, for receiving stolen property with a value of over $500 and second-degree persistent felony offender.

-- Brian K Clark, 30, for receiving stolen property with a value of over $500.

-- Keala D. Cooper, for receiving stolen property with a value of over $500 and third-degree criminal mischief.  A second indictment was handed down for receiving stolen property of $10,000 or more.

-- Rachel A. Flannery, 20, for second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument.

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