Motions and plea hearings are being held today in connection with the four Logan County men indicted for crimes connected with mail fraud and wire fraud.
James Gregory Glick, Guy R. Miller, Shawn C. Simon and William Jamey Thompson were arrested in September and charged with the conspiracies that allegedly involved their buying a building, getting an insurance policy for an inflated amount based on fraudulent information, intentionally burning the building and collecting and sharing the money.
The U.S. Attorney’s office has made a motion to schedule a guilty plea hearing for James Gregory Glick. A Guilty Plea Agreement Hearing will be held today, at 10 a.m., with James M. Cagle representing Glick (Defendant) and Betty A. Pullin and Thomas C. Ryan (Plaintiffs) representing the U.S.
Glick was charged with crimes in connected to an arson and fraud scheme perpetrated in early 2012. Which charges he will plead guilty to, or what punishment he may face is unknown at this point
Another defendant associated with Glick who will also have an unrelated pretrial hearing today is Guy Miller. That hearing will take place at 10:30 a.m., with Philip B. Sword representing Miller and Joshua C. Hanks (Plaintiff) representing the U.S. Miller will have another hearing at 10 on Oct. 17 to schedule his guilty plea hearing.
At 1:30 p.m., a Guilty Plea Hearing will take place before Judge Thomas E. Johnston, Charleston, with Betty A. Pullin and Thomas C. Ryan (Plaintiffs) representing the U.S. and Brian D. Yost representing Shawn C. Simon (Defendant).
Jamey Thompson, the insurance agent who set up a fraudulent million dollar insurance policy on the building the group allegedly conspired to burn to collect the proceeds will plead guilty at 10:30 a.m., Oct.17. Tim C. Carrico will be representing Thompson (Defendant) and Betty A. Pullin and Thomas C. Ryan (Plaintiffs) will represent the U.S.