By JULIA ROBERTS GOAD
The September Grand Jury returned 34 indictments this week, including three murder indictments.
The murder charges include Crystal Gale Clark was indicted for first degree murder of her husband, David Clark at Varney. Ronnie Lane Perry, 59, is facing a murder charge in the death of Harvey Jack Rife in Verner and Craig Edward Hite, 37, was also indicted for first-degree murder and malicious assault in connection with the death of Charla Hite and the stabbing of Homer Hite at Varney.
• Billy Eugene Preston II was indicted for burglary.
Jeffrey Thomas Marcum and James Brandon Marcum were indicted for receiving stolen property and destruction of property.
• Terry Michael Jarvis was indicted for destruction of property and wanton endangerment.
• Jeremiah Jackson was indicted for malicious assault and wanton endangerment.
• Ryette Monique Smith was indicted for identity theft.
• John Dean Sammons was indicted for delivery of oxycodone and Alpazolam.
• James Curtis Thornhill was indicted for possession of marijuana.
• Antonio Robinson was indicted for distribution of cocaine with 1,000 feet of a school.
• Susan Rollins was indicted for third degree sexaul assault.
• David Timothy Mounts was indicted for child abuse resulting in bodily injury.
• John Estep, Douglas Thompson, Kevin Ray Johnson, •Mark Anthony Preece and Allen Diether Brewer were indicted for conspiracy and grand larceny.
• Jordan Dean Stamperd, Dennis Swaybe Dillon, Tony Hensley, Donald Ray Howell were indicted for grand larceny and entry of a building other than a dwelling.
• Sarah Cunningham, John Bradley Dillon and Jeff Lewis Baisden were indicted for burglary, grand larceny and conspiracy.
• Mark J. Hatfield was indicted for grand larceny.
• Shane Donovan Waller, were indicted for first degree robbery.
• Andy Fields was indicted for second degree robbery.
• Joshua Matthew Webb,and Gabriel Micah Webb were indicted for conspiracy and burglary.
• Gina Renee Cantrell was indicted for forgery and uttering.
• Ryan Keith Wellman was indicted for vehicular reckless fleeing.
Mingo County Prosecuting Attorney Michael Sparks said several felony cases reached plea agreements.
“I commend the grand jury for its outstanding service and citizenship,” Sparks said. “I also commend the West Virginia State Police, Mingo County Sheriff’s Department and the Williamson Police Department.”