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William Avery Maynard
William Avery Maynard
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By Rachel Dove


rbaldwin@civitasmedia.com


WILLIAMSON - The Mingo County Grand Jury convened on Monday and returned 14 true bills, according to information released by Mingo County Prosecuting Attorney Teresa Maynard. Of the 14, half of those remain sealed.


The defendants who were indicted on drug charges stem from investigations conducted by the U.S. 119 Drug Task Force, which is made up of troopers with the West Virginia State Police and a deputy from the Mingo County Sheriff’s Department.


The cases involved many hours, assuring that multiple drug buys were confirmed and recorded before the arrests and/or indictments were handed down. A thank-you also was extended to the Williamson Police Department by the Drug Task Force for their cooperation and assistance.


The indictments read as follows:

  • Indictment A14-F58, state of West Virginia v. Marvin Crile; Crile was indicted on one count each of grand larceny and entry of a building other than a dwelling.
  • Indictment A14-F59, state of West Virginia v. William Avery Maynard; Maynard was indicted on charges of third-degree sexual assault, incest and sexual abuse by a custodian.
  • Indictment A14-F60, state of West Virginia v. Tammy Pertee; The defendant was indicted by the grand jury on charges of three counts of delivery of a Schedule I controlled substance (marijuana)
  • Indictment A14-F61, state of West Virginia v. Brett Waller; Waller was indicted on one count of delivery of a Schedule II controlled substance (oxycodone).
  • Indictment A14-F62, state of West Virginia v. Josh T. Wilkerson; This defendant was indicted by the grand jury on charges of a single count of delivery of a Schedule II controlled substance (oxycodone).
  • Indictment A14-F63, state of West Virginia v. Steven Marcum; Marcum was indicted on three counts of delivery of a Schedule II controlled substance (oxycodone).
  • Indictment A14-F64, state of West Virginia v. Timothy Scott Stacy; probable cause was found to indict the defendant for one count of delivery of a Schedule II controlled substance (roxycontin).
  • Indictments A14-F65, A14-F66, A14-F67, A14-F68, A14-F69, A14-F70, and A14-F71 are all sealed. The names of those indicted and their list of charges will be unsealed during the arraignment hearing set for May 16, at 1 p.m., in Mingo County Circuit Court.


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