CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WV Information) — A 57-calendar year-previous Shinnston gentleman has been charged with two counts of first-diploma sexual abuse in the alleged molestation of a 4-calendar year-aged woman.
Robert Lee Powell was billed final 7 days by Shinnston Patrol Officer Joshua Nield.
Powell remained Monday on a $40,000 bond set by Harrison Justice of the peace Warren “Gizzy” Davis.
If he’s convicted, Powell could face 5 to 25 yrs in prison, lifetime sex offender supervision and up to 50 a long time of supervised release.
— Courtney Marie Oliverio, 40, of Clarksburg, was arraigned Monday on federal costs of carjacking, conspiracy to commit carjacking and conspiracy to use a firearm in relation to a crime of violence.
In addition to pleading not guilty, Oliverio and her attorney, Charles Berry, waived a listening to on a government motion looking for detention pending prosecution.
Co-defendant Christopher M. Vickers, 31, of Clarksburg, before this month pleaded guilty to carjacking and making use of a gun in the course of the crime.
Vickers will confront up to 15 several years on the carjacking charge and at minimum 7 more decades on the gun criminal offense, in accordance to courtroom papers.
Vickers admitted carjacking a motorcycle from a female on June 3, 2020, utilizing a Taurus Decide Public Defender double-solitary action revolver to carry out the criminal offense. The gun can be chambered in .45-caliber or 410 gauge shot shells.
Vickers and Oliverio went to a Shinnston residence to get the motorcycle, according to the governing administration. At the residence, legislation enforcement alleges, Vickers held a gun to the head of a female and then to the head of a little one in advance of ramming a vehicle into a garage to get the bike.
Vickers and Oliverio then attempted to take the motorbike, according to Performing U.S. Legal professional Randolph Bernard.
Vickers is prohibited from possessing a firearm thanks to a prior drug conviction, in accordance to Bernard.
Assistant U.S. Legal professional Christopher Bauer is primary the prosecution. The ATF and Shinnston Law enforcement investigated.
— Daniel Adam Martin, 38, of Worthington, has been sentenced to 1 to 10 several years in prison for felony getting into devoid of breaking.
Harrison County Circuit Choose James A. Matish also ordered Martin to pay $194 in restitution. Matish credited Martin with 210 times served pending prosecution.
Harrison Assistant Defender Billie Garrett requested probation with a Day Report Center prerequisite. Harrison Assistant Prosecutor Brad Pustolski designed no sentencing recommendation as aspect of the plea settlement.
In ruling out an choice, Matish noted Martin experienced six prior misdemeanor convictions. Martin also experienced theft and petit larceny fees dismissed as section of his plea settlement.
At his plea hearing in May possibly, Martin admitted unlawfully getting into a man’s garage and rifling by items in a glove box.
— Harrison Circuit Decide Christopher J. McCarthy has revoked bail for Cory Lee Ford, 30, of Salem.
Ford admitted injecting methamphetamine, heroin and fentanyl when cost-free on bail. Probation officers also found several goods of paraphernalia in his property very last thirty day period.
Harrison Deputy Defender Perry Jones had requested that McCarthy let Ford out of jail and back on bond, with whichever ailments the court considered important. Harrison Assistant Prosecutor Brad Pustolski asked the court to revoke the bond and hold Ford jailed for now.
McCarthy indicated the use of possibly lethally artificial opioid fentanyl tipped the issue towards jail, most likely until eventually inpatient habit procedure can be identified.
Permitting Ford out of jail “would be hazardous since fentanyl, as you know, is a material that could conclusion your lifetime pretty quickly,” McCarthy explained to the defendant.
The court docket also ordered a drug-and-alcohol evaluation and household incarceration investigation, as very well as a presentence investigation, to assist in the opportunity treatment placement method.
Harrison probation officers Anthony Sorbin and Heidi Leaseburge testified.
— Kevin Herve Cayemitte, 32, of Clarksburg, has been billed with initially-diploma robbery by Clarksburg Patrol Officer Z.S. Iseli.
Cayemitte made use of physical force in a bid to steal a auto from one more gentleman Friday afternoon, Iseli has alleged.
Wrongdoing happened in the Hemsworth Way and Marion Road location of Clarksburg, according to the criminal grievance.
— Harrison Main Choose Thomas A. Bedell on Monday sentenced Nikoma Lynn Knight, 25, of Meadowbrook, to 1 to 10 yrs in jail for grand larceny.
Protection lawyer Ed Rollo and Harrison Assistant Prosecutor James Armstrong joined in recommending Knight be sentenced concurrently to the 11-12 months federal drug sentence she’s serving.
Bedell granted that request. The choose also requested Knight to pay out about $15,000 restitution for a stolen side-by-aspect and about $3,000 to a credit score card selection enterprise.