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Husband and wife arraigned for burglary charges

Published 1:14pm Friday, September 7, 2012

A married couple from South Point answered charges Wednesday alleging the two were involved in a burglary.

David Whitley, 34, and Tiffany Whitley, 30, both of 46 Township Road 1402, appeared separately in Lawrence County Common Pleas Court.

David Whitley was arraigned on a bill of information of second-degree burglary. The man pleaded not guilty through his attorney John Kehoe.

Tiffany Whitley was arraigned on a bill of information of second-degree complicity to burglary. The woman pleaded not guilty through her attorney J.T. Holt.

Judge Charles Cooper set bond for both defendants at $75,000 cash or surety and scheduled a pretrial for Sept. 19 in both cases.

In other cases:

• Christopher Douglas, 28, of 3723 Rhodes Ave., New Boston, was arraigned on counts of fifth-degree trafficking in marijuana, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia and a minor misdemeanor count of possession of marijuana.

Douglas pleaded not guilty through his attorney Chris Delawder.

Cooper continued bond from a lower court, added a $10,000 own-recognizance bond and scheduled a pretrial Sept. 19.

• Michael Faulkner, 32, of 905 County Road 82, Kitts Hill, was arraigned on a fifth-degree count of possession of drugs (oxycodone). Faulkner pleaded not guilty through his attorney Mike Gleichauf.

Cooper continued bond from a lower court, added a $10,000 OR bond and scheduled a pretrial Sept. 26.

• Autumn Fraback, 33, of 409 1/2 Riverside Drive, Chesapeake, was arraigned on a second-degree count of burglary. Fraback pleaded not guilty through her attorney Mike Gleichauf.

Cooper continued bond from a lower court, added a $10,000 OR bond and scheduled a pretrial Sept. 19.

• Henry Runyon, 36, of 811 Township Road 161, South Point, was arraigned on a count of fifth-degree possession of drugs (oxycodone). Runyon pleaded not guilty through his attorney Mike Gleichauf.

Cooper continued bond from a lower court, added a $10,000 OR bond and scheduled a pretrial Sept. 19.

• Joseph Stevens, 35, of 3008 Rear Apartment, Huntington, W.Va., was arraigned on one count of third-degree theft of a firearm. Stevens pleaded not guilty through his attorney Mike Gleichauf.

Cooper continued bond from a lower court, added a $10,000 OR bond and scheduled a pretrial Sept. 12.

• Jason Carpenter, 32, of 515 County Road 3, Chesapeake, was arraigned on counts of second-degree felonious assault and fifth-degree theft. Carpenter pleaded not guilty through his attorney Warren Morford.

Cooper continued bond from a lower court and scheduled a pretrial Sept. 19.

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