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March 20, 2012

29 indicted by Rowan grand jury

March 20, 2012 —     Three women accused of possessing counterfeit $100 bills and spending them locally were indicted March 16 by a Rowan County grand jury.

    Indicted were:

    • Chantal L. Campbell, 19, for 16 counts possession of a forged instrument when she allegedly possessed counterfeit $100 bills on March 5. The bills were passed at Wal-Mart.

    • Tierah S. Oneal, 20, for nine counts possession of a forged instrument when she allegedly possessed counterfeit $100 bills and spent them at Kroger on March 6.

    • Ashley-Monet Walcott, 18, for 14 counts possession of a forged instrument when she allegedly possessed counterfeit $100 bills and spent them at Wal-Mart on March 5.

    The indictment of a person by a grand jury is an accusation only and that person is presumed innocent unless proven guilty.

    Also indicted were:

    • Gregory Russell Watkins, 36, for unlawful use of electronic means to induce a minor to engage in sexual or other prohibited activities when he allegedly during an online Internet child exploitation investigation was found conversing with a female he believed to be 12 years old, via chat room, and inducing minor to engage in sex between Jan. 10 and Jan. 30.

    • Ryan Adkins, 33, for theft by unlawful taking when he allegedly took jewelry and firearms belonging to Gary Adkins between November 2011 and January 2012.

    • Amber Marie Jones, 30, for promoting contraband when she allegedly took alprazolam and diazepam into the Rowan County Detention Center on Feb. 22.

    • Justin Sentell Story, 28, for flagrant non-support when he allegedly failed to provide $4,374.98 in child support from March 14, 2008, through March 8, 2012.

    • Kevin L. Moore, 34, for criminal mischief when he allegedly damaged a $4,500 kiosk machine inside his cell at the jail on Jan. 17.

    • Luke C. Potter, 19, and Jordan T. Mills, 20, for burglary, two counts theft by unlawful taking and possession of burglary tools when they allegedly took a bush hog and scraper blade and various household items from Arvette Grubb from Dec. 19-20.

    • Tara K. Martin, 31, four counts possession of a controlled substance, public intoxication, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and terroristic threatening when she allegedly was under the influence of drugs, possessed methadone, oxycodone, Hydrocodone and alprazolam and threatened a police officer and jail deputy on Feb. 15.

    • Tessa Renee Roseberry, 29, also known as Heather B. Wilburn, for theft of identity and giving a peace officer a false name or address when she allegedly used the identity of Heather B. Wilburn during a traffic stop and for jail booking on Feb. 4.

    • Robert Chad Dickerson, 40, for six counts receiving stolen property-firearm and six counts possession of a firearm by a convicted felon when he allegedly had guns stolen from Derma Brown on Oct. 30.

    • Eric Wayne Hamilton, 31, for two counts complicity to criminal possession of a forged instrument when he allegedly aided Charles Robert Jones in possessing two forged checks on Jan. 10 and Jan. 12.

    • Dustin D. Davis, 24, for criminal mischief and theft by unlawful taking when he allegedly broke windows of a vehicle belonging to Mark Schack and took a Garmin GPS on Feb. 19.

    • Jeffrey L. Plank, 20, for criminal mischief and theft by unlawful taking when he allegedly broke windows of a vehicle belonging to Mark Schack and took a Garmin GPS on Feb. 19.

    • Jonathan A. Riddle, 19, for criminal mischief and theft by unlawful taking when he allegedly broke windows of a vehicle belonging to Mark Schack and took a Garmin GPS on Feb. 19.

    Riddle also was indicted for tampering with physical evidence when he allegedly threw a BB gun used in the theft out a car window.

    • Amanda L. Johnson, 20, for criminal mischief and theft by unlawful taking when she allegedly broke windows of a vehicle belonging to Mark Schack and took a Garmin GPS on Feb. 19.

    • Calvin L. Mynhier Jr., 35, and Mitchell R. Kidd, 30, for receiving stolen property when they allegedly were in possession of $1,000 in drill bits that had been stolen from Highway Drilling between Nov. 20, 2011 and Jan. 20, 2012.

    • Dennis W. Thoroughman, 28, for criminal possession of a forged instrument when he allegedly possessed a forged $2,500 check and attempted to cash it on Dec. 20, 2011.

    • Stephen C. Thompson, 25, for 13 counts criminal possession of a forged instrument when he allegedly possessed $621.42 in forged checks and cashed them from Dec. 20, 2011 to Jan. 10, 2012.

    • Walter David Sabon Jr., 43, for theft by unlawful taking, operating a motor vehicle under the influence and driving too fast for traffic conditions when he allegedly took a $5,000 automobile belonging to Ronnie Barker on Feb. 11.

    • Charles D. Stevens, 21, for manufacture of methamphetamine and unlawful transaction with a minor when he allegedly possessed two or more items for the manufacture of meth and caused a minor under age 16 to engage in the manufacture of meth on March 11.

    • Justin L. Martinez and Melissa Renee Sparks, ages not available, in separate indictments for manufacture of methamphetamine and unlawful transaction with a minor when they allegedly possessed two or more items for the manufacture of meth and caused a minor under age 16 to engage in the manufacture of meth on March 11.

    • Jared K. Oney, 23, for theft by unlawful taking when he allegedly took a $539 class ring belonging to Kayla Vice on Jan. 30.

    Stephanie Ockerman can be reached at sockerman@themoreheadnews.com or by telephone at 784-4116.

 

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