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Arraignments held for last round of Mingo indictments

Rachel Dove rbaldwin@civitasmedia.com

May 19, 2014

By Rachel Dove


rbaldwin@civitasmedia.com


WILLIAMSON - Arraignments were held Friday in Mingo County Circuit Court for a group of defendants who had been indicted during the last meeting of the grand jury. Prosecutor Teresa Maynard appeared on behalf of the state, Senior Status Judge John Cummings presided over the hearings.


Indictment A14-F52, Shawn M. McCoy; six counts of burglary, two counts of grand larceny and five counts of conspiracy to commit burglary. McCoy was represented by Attorney Jerry Lyall and was issued a $60,000 bond. His trial date has been set for July 15.


Indictment A14-F53, Dmekka Meade; one count of child neglect causing risk of injury. Attorney Robert Carlton represents the defendant in this case. She was released on a $1,000 bond.


Indictment A14-F54, Thomas Muncy Jr.; one count of malicious assault. Attorney Timothy Koontz served as counsel for the defendant.


Indictment A14-F55, Matthew Wayne Pierce; one count of child neglect causing injury, one count of conspiracy to commit child neglect causing injury, and one count of possession of a Schedule I controlled substance (marijuana). Attorney Paul Montgomery was appointed to serve as the attorney for the defendant. Bond was set at $20,000 and the date of his trial will be July 17.


Indictment A14-F56, Erica R. Stanley; one count of burglary, one count of grand larceny and one count of conspiracy to commit grand larceny. Counsel for the defendant is Attorney Jerry Lyall and the date of Aug. 4 was set for the trial. Stanley was issued a $30,000 bond.


Indictment A14-F57, James Ray Hinkle; one count of murder. Hinkle’s attorneys in this case will be Marsha Rumora and Lauren Thompson. Hinkle will remain on his previous bond that had been set at $85,000. A tentative trial date of June 30 has been set.


Indictment A14-F58, Marvin Crile; one count each of grand larceny and one count of entry of a building other than a dwelling. Crile was represented by Attorney Diana Carter-Weidel. Crile’s bond was set at $2,500 and the trial has been scheduled for Aug. 25.


Indictment A14-F59, William Avery Maynard; one count each of third-degree sexual assault, incest and sexual abuse by a custodian. Maynard’s legal counsel is Attorney Jonathan “Duke” Jewell. Bond was set at $100,000 and his trial date will be Aug. 12.


Indictment A14-F60, Tammy Pertree; three counts of delivery of a Schedule I controlled substance (marijuana). Attorney Diana Carter-Weidel represented the defendant. Bond was set at $15,000 and a trial date of Aug. 21 was placed on the court docket.


Indictment A14-F61, Brett Waller; one count of delivery of a Schedule II controlled substance (Oxycodone). Attorney Paul Montgomery was appointed as counsel for Waller. Bond amount is $10,000 and a trial date of July 23 has been set in this case.


Indictment A14-F62, Josh T. Wilkerson; one count of delivery of a Schedule II controlled substance (Oxycodone). Bond was set at $10,000 for the defendant, who was represented by Attorney Paul Montgomery. The trial datewill be Aug. 6.


Indictment A14-F63, Steven Marcum; three counts of delivery of a Schedule II controlled substance (Roxycontin). Counsel for the defendant will be Attorney Paul Montgomery. Bond was set in the amount of $30,000. A trial date of Aug. 14 has been set.


Indictment A14-F64, Timothy Scott Stacy; one count of delivery of a Schedule II controlled substance (Roxycontin). Attorney Lauren Thompson will serve as counsel for the defendant. The trial has been scheduled for Aug. 19.


Indictment A14-F65, Chris Johnson was a sealed indictment and the defendant was arraigned on a previous date. The same applies to Indictment A14, F66, Jason Young. No further information is currently available on these cases.


Arrest warrants were issued for defendant Jamie Workman (sealed Indictment A14-F67), Woodrow Prater (sealed Indictment A14-F68) and William Brown (sealed Indictment A14-F71).


Indictment A14-F69, Richard J. Wells and Indictment A14-F70; Donald Workman; both were sealed. The defendants were both arraigned on a previous date.