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Mecklenburg grand jury hands down indictments against 18
SoVaNow.com / March 19, 2014A Mecklenburg County grand jury this week handed down indictments against 18 individuals, including cousins Shasta Jermaine Harvey of Chase City and Tevein Dewayne Harvey of La Crosse on nine counts each.
Tevein was charged with two counts of abduction, three counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, one count of strangling, one count of burglary, one count of armed burglary, and one count of robbery.
Shasta was charged with two counts of abduction, three counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, one count of strangling, one count of armed burglary, one count of theft of a handgun, and one count of robbery.
Tevein Dewayne Harvey was previously indicted on one count of first degree murder. That direct indictment took place in January.
Jay’Waan Franklin Moore of Chase City was indicted for sexual battery of a minor under the age of thirteen.
Angela Marie Holton of South Hill was charged with child abuse that caused serious injury.
Rashawn Terry of Richmond was indicted for the malicious wounding of Justine Terry.
Rodney Gene Bassett and Gregory Charles Bassett, both of Henderson, North Carolina, were each charged with one count of receipt of stolen property and two counts of grand larceny for allegedly taking property belonging to Edgar Bryant valued at $200 or more.
Shyna Latwan Elam of Chase City was charged with failure to stop at an accident site in which an occupant of the vehicle was injured or killed.
Donna Lynn Morris of Clarksville was charged with passing a bad check to Rugged Country Outfitters in the amount of $200 or more.
Rodolfo Pedro Rubio Jr. of Manassas was charged with possession of a stolen vehicle.
James Ray Owensby of Durham, N.C. was charged with breaking and entering into the Atlantic Medical Building. with the intent to commit assault and battery.
Curtis Wayne Harris of South Hill was charged with possession of a firearm and ammunition by a felon.
Latoya Yolanda Thomas of Raleigh, N.C. was charged with possession of a stolen credit card belonging to Nashea West.
Judith Hensley Coleman of Chase City was charged with driving on a public highway after having been adjudged a habitual offender.
Those charged with drug related offenses include Quaheen Pamplin of Chase City who was charged with possession of cocaine, and possession with intent to sell or distribute a Schedule III controlled substance; Todd Anthony Crawley of Petersburg was charged with possession of Oxycodone; Jawon Eugene Shepherd of Victoria was charged with possession with intent to distribute at least one-half ounce of marijuana and possession of cocaine, and Luan Omar Velez Sosa of Burlington, N.C. was charged with possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I or Schedule II controlled substance and possession of a stolen vehicle.
Indictments are not findings of guilt, but rather a determination that sufficient evidence exists to bring the cases to trial.
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