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Grand jury returns 13 indictments

Published 10:55am Friday, December 28, 2012

A Lawrence County Grand Jury this month returned indictments on nine individuals and returned four secret indictments.

The following are from the office of Lawrence County Prosecuting Attorney J.B. Collier Jr.:

• William Meadows, 27, of 4958 Waverly Road, Huntington, W.Va., aggravated vehicular assault, possession of drugs (heroin) and operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol.

• Girvis Roberts, 47, of 1500 1/2 Marcum Terrace, Huntington, W.Va., possession of drugs (heroin).

• Randy Jackson, 35, of 2418 S. Fourth St., Ironton, burglary and theft of a firearm.

• Jeffery Sammons II, 30, of 217B Township Road 1430, South Point, four counts of breaking and entering.

• Marjorie Angel, 27, of Greenup, Ky., possession of drugs.

• Jonlee Boggs, 29, of 253 Township Road 1430 Apt. 6, South Point, breaking and entering.

• Ginavita Macri, 35, of 118 County Road 1, South Point, aggravated robbery.

• Chrystin Judd, 19, of 1933 Foster Ave., Huntington, W.Va., possession of drugs (oyxcodone).

• Tony Rossiter, 42, of 113 County Road 195, Crown City, felonious assault.


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  • Poor Richard

    What a shame our county has to continually waste money on the scum from WV and KY. There should be a way, if they are convicted, to send them to their own state prison and let their own state pay for their prison stay! That includes the scum from those same states that move to Ohio: stick a bow on their head and send them back across the river.

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