Grand Jury returns indictments
by PHILLIP WILLIAMS
Jun 05, 2014 | 1767 views | 0 0 comments | 27 27 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Upshur County Grand Jury returned 14 indictments, no-billed three cases and passed three others Thursday, said District Attorney Billy Byrd.

Five of the indictments were sealed since no arrest had been made in those cases, Byrd said in a news release.

Defendants, charges, and bond information in the open indictments was as follows, his office reported:

James Ray Lewis, 29, of Gladewater, theft of property of the value of $1,500 or more but less than $20,000 on April 3. He remained in Upshur County Jail at Gilmer under $10,000 bond.

Randy Lynn Jones, Jr. of Jefferson was indicted on his 38th birthday on a charge of possession of controlled substance (methamphetamine.) Accused of committing the offense March 15, his bond was set at $10,000.

Leann Michelle Dauster, 28, of Gilmer, possession of controlled substance (methamphetamine) in a drug-free zone on Sept. 26, 2013, $10,000

Christopher Wade Marshburn, 32, of Avinger, possession of controlled substance (methamphetamine) on April 6. Marshburn remained in Upshur County Jail under $10,000 bond.

Michael Adam Lairson, 30, of Diana, possession of controlled substance (cocaine) on March 23, $10,000

Travasil Tyrone Lafranklin Dumas, 21, of Diana, unauthorized use of motor vehicle on May 2. He remained in county jail under $10,000 bond.

Robert Anthony Booth, 41, of Gilmer, failure to comply with sex offender registration on May 19. He remained in county jail on a charge of violating parole.

Tina Joy Langford, 32, of Gilmer, evading arrest/detention with vehicle on April 29. She remained in county jail under $5,000 bond.

Joshua David Maze, a Gilmerite who turns 34 Sunday, evading arrest/detention with vehicle on Feb. 11, $25,000

The sealed indictments included two for theft of property of the value of $1,500 or more but less than $20,000; and one each for unauthorized use of motor vehicle, possession of controlled substance (methamphetamine), and assault against EMS (Emergency Medical Services) personnel.
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