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Seven suspects indicted by Mecklenburg County grand jury / March 21, 2018

A Mecklenburg County grand jury handed down indictments against seven individuals Monday, including three individuals for felony drug charges.

Kyheim Juwan Hayes of South Hill and Harold Thomas Bennett III also of South Hill, were each separately charged with possession with intent to distribute less than 5 pounds of marijuana.

Keith Lynn Wall of Buffalo Junction was charged with possession with intent to manufacture or distribute a Schedule I or Schedule II controlled substance, specifically methamphetamine.

Travis Daniel Jackson of Red Oak was charged with two counts of felony breaking and entering. He also has two ancillary misdemeanor charges pending, one for petit larceny and another for possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance.

Cherie Lynita Roberts, AKA Cherie Coleman, of Chase City faces two felony counts of forgery.

Paul Burnette Marable Jr. of Chase City was charged with one felony count of larceny, after having been convicted of the same or similar offense on two or more occasions.

Ryan Lee Venable of Oxford, N.C., was charged with one felony count of failure to report a motor vehicle accident where the value of the damage property exceeded $1,000.

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

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