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Indictments issued for wounding
SoVaNow.com / November 20, 2013A Mecklenburg County grand jury has handed down indictments against 16 individuals, including Cierra Danyel Brockwell and Michelle Blaney, both from McKenney, for the malicious wounding of Kaila Guidice.
Bradley Myles Rich was indicted on charges of robbery, use of a sawed-off shotgun in the commission of a felony, and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony for the robbery of Dakota Wilson. The grand jury issued the indictments on Monday.
In other indictments, Shaenoia Dnaeyia Jeffreys of Boydton was charged with forgery of public records.
Kenneth Charles Hill of Boydton was charged with possession and transportation of ammunition by a convicted felon. Angel Perez-Vizcarrond of Henderson, N.C. was separately charged with possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
James Canty Streat of South Hill was charged with driving under the influence and driving while his license was revoked.
Mateesta Shontay Jones of South Boston and Laverne Denise Walker of South Boston were each separately indicted for shoplifting of goods valued at more than $200 from Walmart, and Kiera Shanice Jones of Freeman and Lauren Michelle Capps of Boydton were separately charged with shoplifting of merchandise valued at $200 or less from Walmart.
Irish A. Bacon of South Hill was charged with two counts of taking merchandise from a Virginia ABC store that was valued at less than $200, and James Michael Russell of Brodnax was charged with shoplifting of merchandise from Petrol, South Hill valued at less than $200.
Amy Smith Carroll of South Hill was charged with writing bad checks, which totaled $200 or more, on an account with Citizens Community Bank.
Shanika Lashay Winn or South Hill was charged with possession of five or fewer pounds of marijuana, with intent to sell or distribute, and Jasmine L. Evans of Harrisburg, Pa. was separately charged with possession of cocaine.
Indictments are not findings of guilt, but rather a determination that sufficient evidence exists to bring cases to trial.
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