Taylor County Grand Jury hands down indictments in 27 cases


TAYLOR COUNTY—The Taylor County Grand Jury handed down indictments to 26 individuals during their September term, including numerous drug charges.

Anthony J. Culberson, 35, of Grafton, was indicted on one count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver—methamphetamine, one count of persons prohibited from possessing firearms, one count persona prohibited from possessing firearms carrying a concealed firearm and one count of second offense driving while license revoked for driving under the influence of alcohol.

Roger C. Doleman, 32, of Huttonsville Correctional Center, was charged with possession of a controlled substance by an inmate at a correctional facility with the intent to deliver—methamphetamine.

Steven Paul Cook, 28, of Grafton, was indicted on two counts of delivery of a controlled substance–methamphetamine, two counts of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver—methamphetamine and two counts of conspiracy to commit a felony.

Michael L. Skiles, 27, of Grafton, was charged with one count delivery of a controlled substance and one count possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver—methamphetamine.

Clyde J. Bowman, 28, of Grafton, was indicted on one count delivery of a controlled substance—methamphetamine and one count possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver—methamphetamine.

Kimberly Swiger, 29, of Grafton, was charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver—methamphetamine.

Matthew R. Shuttlesworth, 26, of Morgantown, faced indictment for one count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver—methamphetamine.

Jeffery A. Fornash, 37, of Grafton, was charged with one count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver—methamphetamine.

Micah A. Duvall, 32, of Graton, was indicted on one count possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver—methamphetamine.

Justin M. Turner, 30, of Grafton, faced indictment for one count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver—methamphetamine.

John S. Clelland, 47, of Grafton, was indicted on three counts of wanton endangerment involving a firearm.

Derek A. Swiger, 38, of Grafton, was indicted on one count of burglary and one count of robbery.

Jeremy A. Boord, 36, of Farmington, was charged with entering without breaking and grand larceny.

Charles W. Mauller, 32, of Grafton, was indicted on one count of third offense domestic battery, one count malicious assault and one count of kidnapping.

Richard A. Shackelford, 67, of Grafton, was charged with one count of sexual abuse in the first degree and one count of sexual abuse by a parent, guardian or custodian.

Joshua L. King, 32, of Grafton, was indicted on six counts of felony child neglect.

Hailee M. Nicholson, 18, of Belington, was charged with one count of felony child neglect.

Holly Minard. 34, address unknown, was indicted on one count of attempt to use an access device.

Glenn R. Weaver, Jr., 26, of Morgantown, faced indictment for six counts of counterfeiting and one count of conspiracy to commit a felony.

Holly M. Freeze, 41, Grafton, was charged with four counts of counterfeiting.

Elizabeth V. Wyatt, 35, of Thornton, was indicted on one count of counterfeiting and one count of conspiracy to commit a felony.

Jason L. Sturms, 41, of Knottsville, was charged with fleeing in a vehicle from law enforcement showing reckless indifference for the safety of others.

Dexter K. Knotts, 41, of Thornton, was charged with fleeing in a vehicle from law enforcement showing reckless indifference for the safety of others. He was also indicted for one count of driving while license revoked for driving under the influence of alcohol third or subsequent offense.

Sheila M. Bowman, 36, of Grafton, was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit a felony.

Brandy N. Shores, 37, of Kingwood, was indicted on one count of felony escape.

Randall L. Jachelski, 36, of Grafton was also indicted on one count of felony escape.

All defendants are innocent until proven guilty, and are awaiting trials for their alleged crimes.


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