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18 indicted by Mecklenburg County grand jury

SoVaNow.com / July 22, 2020
A Mecklenburg County grand jury handed down indictments against 18 individuals on July 20, including seven who face drug-related charges and three for assault and battery of a family member, one involving a child.

James Lavonn Lewis of was charged with one felony count for assault and battery of a family member, third or subsequent offense, and one felony count for abuse of a child in disregard of the child’s life.

Edward Donald Ebron of South Hill was charged with one felony count for assault and battery of a family member, third or subsequent offense.

Philip Cameron Gary of Boydton was charged with one felony count of abduction by force and a misdemeanor for assault and battery of a family member.

Joshua Edward Panther of South Hill was charged with one felony count for possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance.

Keith Edwin Ayers and Chris Allen Ayers of Lynchburg were each separately charged with one felony count for possession with intent to manufacture or distribute a Schedule I or II controlled substance. The two also faces felony charges in Lynchburg General District Court for possession and possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I or II controlled substance and misdemeanor charges for possession of drug paraphernalia.

Taylor Brantley Hardage of Rockwell, N.C. was charged with one felony count for possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance, specifically methamphetamine and a misdemeanor for possession of a Schedule III controlled substance.

Donovan Tyrell Mosley of Chase City was charged with one felony count for possession with intent to distribute less than five pounds of marijuana and a misdemeanor charge for driving under the influence.

Dennis M. Colby Jr. of Bracey was charged with one felony count for possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance, specifically heroin.

Munef Rafik Saleh of Brooklyn, N.Y. was charged with one felony count for possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance, specifically cathinone, and one felony count for transportation or possession of 500 or more packages of cigarettes not stamped.

Jayden Wanya Bagley and Rashawn Cook of South Hill were each separately charged with one felony count of malicious wounding and one felony count for use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.

Mark A. Carpenter of Chase City was charged with one felony count for unlawful wounding.

Tavis Ashley Seamster of Roxboro, N.C. was charged with one felony count of shoplifting.

Tiffany Raquel Minor of South Hill was charged with one felony count for destruction of property valued at more than $1,000.

Winston Jevon Richards of Brooklyn, N.Y. was charged with one felony count of obtaining money under false pretenses.

Romel Orlando Phillips of Brodnax was charged with one felony count of eluding police.

Teresa Deneal Jackson of Temple Hills, Md. was charged with one felony count of driving after having been declared a habitual offender and a misdemeanor count for driving under the influence.

Indictments are not findings of guilt, but rather a determination that sufficient evidence exists to bring cases to trial.

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