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18 indicted by Washington County grand jury Monday

March 11, 2008
Marietta Times
The Washington County grand jury handed down 18 indictments this week, including:

¯ Thomas J. Cline, 33, of 865 Smith Hill Road, Marietta, was charged with second-degree felony burglary. Cline is accused of breaking into a Marietta home in early October and stealing coins and other items.

¯ James P. Walsh, 37, of 1315 Salster Road, Fleming, was charged with two counts of first-degree felony aggravated burglary and second-degree felonious assault. Walsh is accused of forcing his way into 708 Front St., Marietta, and attempting to harm two individuals on Feb. 5.

¯ Debbie McCrady, 50, of 618 Depot St., Belpre, was charged with fourth-degree felony trafficking in hydrocodone. McCrady is accused of giving prescription pills to her sister, Linda Stauffer, who sold them March 23, 2007.

¯ Linda Stauffer, 42, of 501 Third St., Apt. A, Belpre, was charged with fourth-degree felony trafficking in hydrocodone. Stauffer is accused of selling prescription drugs on March 23, 2007.

¯ Jamie Linley, 36, of Guysville was charged with two counts of fifth-degree felony breaking and entering, fourth-degree felony grand theft and fifth-degree felony theft. Linley is accused of breaking into Belpre Sand and Gravel, 320 Cemetery Road, Belpre, on Oct. 26 and Nov. 14.

¯ Jerry Noble, 36, of Guysville was charged with two counts of fifth-degree felony breaking and entering, fourth-degree felony grand theft and fifth-degree felony theft. Noble is accused of breaking into Belpre Sand and Gravel, 320 Cemetery Road, Belpre, on Oct. 26 and Nov. 14.

¯ Mark Schall, 31, of Guysville was charged with fifth-degree felony breaking and entering and fifth-degree felony theft. Schall is accused of breaking into Belpre Sand and Gravel, 320 Cemetery Road, Belpre, on Oct. 26.

¯ Jimmy Stepp, 24, of Guysville was charged with fifth-degree felony breaking and entering and fifth-degree felony theft. Stepp is accused of breaking into Belpre Sand and Gravel, 320 Cemetery Road, Belpre, on Oct. 26.

¯ Tracy Hanes, 37, of 613 Tupper St., Marietta, was charged with fourth-degree felony theft of drugs and fifth-degree felony trafficking in drugs. Hanes, a former nurse at Marietta Memorial Hospital, is accused of stealing prescription painkillers from a patient who later confronted her about the theft. Prosecutors say Hanes attempted to give the patient two of her own pain pills, which led to the trafficking charge.

¯ Mario McDonald, 20, of Canton was charged with two counts of fifth-degree felony trafficking in cocaine and fourth-degree felony possession of crack cocaine. McDonald is accused of being in possession of and selling the drug on Dec. 6 and Dec. 20.

¯ Jennifer S. Brickweddle, 32, of 409 Fearing St., Marietta, was charged with fourth-degree felony trafficking in drugs and third-degree felony aggravated trafficking in drugs. Brickweddle is accused of selling Xanax on Oct. 22 and of selling her child’s prescription Ritalin pills on Nov. 21.

¯ Patrick Slider, 43, of 625 Tower Road, Little Hocking, was charged with fourth-degree felony theft of drugs and fourth-degree felony receiving stolen property. The charges will be joined to a previous indictment that alleges Slider stole and resold drugs from an area medical waste disposal company.

¯ Robert Lincoln, 20, of 403 Edgewood Drive, Marietta, was charged with first-degree felony aggravated robbery. Lincoln is accused of a recent armed robbery at the Seventh Street Speedway gas station in Marietta.

¯ Michael Byington, 33, of Parkersburg was charged with fifth-degree felony breaking and entering. Byington is accused of breaking into Dimex in Reno and stealing copper on Jan. 15.

¯ Charles J. Shaw, 45, of Stockport was charged with fourth-degree felony domestic violence. Shaw is accused of causing harm to a family member last October.

¯ Marcus Kimbrough, 29, of 402¢ Mulberry St., Marietta, was charged with fourth-degree felony trafficking in cocaine. Kimbrough is accused of selling drugs to a confidential informant last March.

¯ Michelle Oldfield, 41, of 2400 State Route 7, Marietta, was charged with fourth-degree felony trafficking in cocaine. Oldfield is accused of selling drugs to a confidential informant last March.

¯ Stephen Wheeler, 20, of Washington County Jail, was charged with third-degree felony burglary. Wheeler is accused of breaking into and staying in a room at the Econo Lodge of Marietta in early February.

¯ Matthew A. McCoy, 20, of Belmont, W.Va., was charged with three counts of second-degree felony burglary and two counts of fifth-degree felony theft. McCoy is accused of breaking into three Belpre homes earlier this month.

¯ Stacey McGill, 20, of Davisville, W.Va., was charged with three counts of second-degree felony burglary and two counts of fifth-degree felony theft. McGill is accused of breaking into three Belpre homes earlier this month.

Fact Box

Possible prison term, fines
Felony level Prison term Maximum fine
First-degree Three to 10 years $20,000
Second-degree Two to eight years $15,000
Third-degree One to five years $10,000
Fourth-degree Six to 18 months $5,000
Fifth-degree Six months to one year $2,500

 
 
 

 

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