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By Rachel Dove


rbaldwin@civitasmedia.com


WILLIAMSON - A number of individuals have been arrested and arraigned in Mingo County Magistrate Court during the past week on a variety of charges.


Brian Ray Elkins, 37, of Millers Creek, was taken into custody by Delbarton Police Chief D.S. Nunley and Patrolman D.R. Davis on charges of first-offense DUI, left of center and no insurance.


Darin A. Cook, 49, of Dayton, Ohio, was charged with obstructing an officer, transferring stolen property and possession of a stolen vehicle, following his arrest by Williamson Patrolman J.L. Marcum.


Charles Logan Workman, 25, of North Matewan, was placed under arrest by Williamson Patrolman J.L. Marcum and charged with public intoxication.


Madeline Michelle Dillon, 36, of Chattaroy, was arrested by West Virginia State Police Troopers D.L. Contos and D.M. Williamson on charges of domestic assault and destruction of property.


Christopher Aaron Marcum, 25, of Williamson, faces a single charge of first-offense DUI. He was taken into custody by Williamson Patrolman B.W. Gibson.


Benjamin Fletcher, 26, of Kermit, was arrested by state police TFC D.C. Moore on two counts of prohibited drug use, obstruction and public intoxication.


Leslie Wayne Maynard, 36, of Delbarton, was charged with public intoxication and obstructing/resisting an officer following her arrest by Senior Trooper J.D. Matheny.


Michael Hurley, 32, of Rawl, was taken into custody by Mingo County Sheriff’s Department Deputy M.J. Mounts and charged with petit larceny.


Corrine Gillman, 33, of Delbarton, was placed under arrest by Delbarton Chief D.S. Nunley, and Patrolmen J. McCown and C. Carter on a DUI charge.


Donald Ray Vance, age unknown, of Dingess, was arrested by state Trooper D,L. Contos and charged with domestic assault.


Andrew Cantrell, age unknown, of Logan, was charged with a single count of battery and arrested by Williamson Patrolman J. Marcum.


All defendants are scheduled to return to magistrate court for preliminary hearings in the near future.

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