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Suspects in mob wounding indicted by Mecklenburg County grand jury

SoVaNow.com / April 28, 2021
A Mecklenburg County grand jury handed down indictments against 34 alleged offenders on April 19, including five persons allegedly involved in a mob-related malicious wounding.

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

Mikayla Justine Boyd of Scottsburg, Xavier Tucker of Keysville, Alexis Cierra McFail of Clarksville, and Noah Anderson Forbes and Raekwon McFail both of Chase City were each separately charged with one felony count of malicious wounding by a mob for a related event.

In other indictments:

Andre Devail Bates of Blackstone was charged with one felony count of breaking and entering.

Ramir Alphonzo Skipwith of Victoria was charged with one felony count of robbing a residence.

Eric Bruce Smith of Chase City was charged with one felony count of malicious wounding and one felony count of strangulation resulting in injury.

Richard Sterlin Newton of Chase City was charged with one felony count of possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance, methamphetamine. He is also facing charges for violating the conditions of his release from incarceration.

Tom West Hicks of Alberta was charged with one felony count of driving after being adjudged a habitual offender.

Tyo Nien Godette of Boydton was charged with one felony count of perjury.

Michael Lane Timmons of Drakes Branch was charged with one felony count of breaking and entering, one felony count of grand larceny, one felony count of petit larceny, and one misdemeanor count of attempted destruction of property and one misdemeanor count for providing false identity to law enforcement.

Jessika Lynn Vick, aka Justin Jackson of Bracey, and Sarah Elizabeth Knighten of Brodnax were each separately charged with two felony counts of obtaining money under false pretenses in a related incident.

Ladamien Dion Dickens of Jackson, N.C. was charged with one felony count of refusing to return the property to a bailee.

Gerard Hernon Allen of South Boston was charged with one felony count of shoplifting for a third or subsequent offense and one felony count of possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance, specifically cocaine.

Ryan Joseph West of Henderson, N.C. was charged with one felony count of uttering, one felony count of forgery and one felony count of obtaining money under false pretenses.

William Henry Turner of Brodnax was charged with one felony count of assault and battery of a family member, third or subsequent offense.

Mallory Andre Sturdivant of South Hill was charged with one felony count of shoplifting and one misdemeanor count for falsely identifying himself to law enforcement. A capias has also been issued for Sturdivant for violation of a suspended sentence involving a separate unspecified felony offense.

Keyonta Lamar Pridgen of La Crosse was charged with one felony count of eluding law enforcement. He also is facing charges for disobeying a bond order and on May 3 he is set to go to trial on a felony charge filed in July 2020 involving receipt of stolen property and aiding in the concealment of a firearm.

Jaden Wanya Bagley of South Hill was charged with one felony count of attempted malicious assault resulting in injury to the victim, and two felony counts of malicious shooting.

Derrick Leon House Jr. of South Hill was charged with one felony count of attempted malicious assault where the victim was injured, and one felony count for use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, first offense.

Amelia Nicole Gilliard of Summerville, S.C. was charged with one felony count of grand larceny, auto theft.

Lamech Deveon Chavis of South Hill was charged with one felony count of eluding police.

Keeshaun Rhyshaud Terry of Buffalo Junction was charged with one felony count of possession of a controlled substance and one felony count for possession or transportation of a weapon by a person previously convicted of a violent felony.

Jackie Michelle Nyquist and Thomas Jacob Lloyd, both of Kenbridge, were each separately charged with one felony count of conspiracy to commit breaking and entering. Georgianna Leigh Winters and Seqouiya Windwalker Winters, both of Kenbridge, were each separately charged with one felony count of breaking and entering and one felony count of conspiracy to commit breaking and entering for a related event. Georgianna Leigh Winters was also charged with one misdemeanor count of destruction of property.

Donte Kinnard Gayle of Clinton, Md. was charged with one felony count of eluding law enforcement.

Jeffrey Dale King of Kenbridge was charged with one felony count of adulteration of any food, drink, prescription or over-the-counter medicine, cosmetic or other substance with the intent to kill or injure another.

Chad Allen Cramer of Kenbridge was charged with one felony count of grand larceny.

Ture Lanier Lawrence of Greensboro, N.C. was charged with one felony count of possession with intent to distribute greater between one ounce and five pounds of marijuana and one felony count of eluding law enforcement.

Shermain A. Reid of Durham, N.C. was charged with one felony count of eluding and a misdemeanor count of driving under the influence, first offense.

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facts like statistics can be stubborn things and inconvenient. A quick look at FBI violent crime stats shwo that minorities, although lower in population densities are often disproportional responsible for the majority share of violent crimes. One can one guess by pure speculation and lack of hate crime charges, of the race/skin color of these accused of mob attack. google FBI violent crime stats by face. Facts matter.


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