Former Harrison County teacher & coach indicted along with 54 others in Harrison County

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A former Harrison County teacher and coach was indicted in Harrison County after a grand jury met for the January 2018 term.

Joshua Nicewarner, 34, of Bridgeport, was indicted on sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, custodian or person in position of trust, distribution of obscene matter to a minor and soliciting a minor via computer after he was arrested in July for soliciting a 14-year-old girl.

Nicewarner was indicted along with 54 other people Thursday, including Michael Hawkins, 38, of Clarksburg, for his involvement in a April 2017 shooting outside of Journey’s End in the North View area of Clarksburg. Hawkins is indicted on wanton endangerment involving a firearm and possession of a firearm by a person prohibited from possessing a firearm.

Michael Griffith, of Clarksburg, was also indicted for shooting and killing his father in June 2017 in the Gregory’s Run Road area of Harrison County. Griffith is indicted on murder, burglary, possession of firearm by person prohibited from possessing a firearm and petit larceny.

Rebecca Robey, of Lumberport, was indicted on driving under the influence of alcohol causing death after a July 2017 fatal accident in the Cambria area of Harrison County that killed Ronnie Davis.

The following people were also indicted on the following charges:

– Joseph Prichard, of Mount Clare, on 38 counts of sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, custodian or person in position of trust and 31 counts of third-degree sexual assault

– Jeremy Rhodes, of Shinnston, on three counts of sexual assault in second degree and three counts of third-degree sexual assault

– Rodney Newbrough, of Bridgeport, on sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, custodian or person in position of trust and indecent exposure

– Travis Beverly, of Clarksburg, on third-degree sexual assault

– Joshua Deem, of Parkersburg, on soliciting a minor via computer

– Michael Holley, Jr., of Parkersburg, on attempt to solicit a minor via computer

– Ronald Alonso, of Clarksburg, on two counts of distributing and exhibiting material visually depicting minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct, possession of material visually depicting minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct and failure to register sexual offender registration information or provide notice of sexual offender registration information changes by sexual offender required to register for life

– Darrell Wageman, of Meadowbrook, on kidnapping, malicious assault, strangulation, assault during the commission of a felony, conspiracy to commit malicious assault, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, wanton endangerment involving a firearm and fleeing in a vehicle from law enforcement showing reckless indifference to the safety of others

– David Barker, of Lumberport, on kidnapping, malicious assault, strangulation, assault during the commission of a felony, conspiracy to commit malicious assault and conspiracy to commit kidnapping

– Amanda Littleton, of Gypsy, on kidnapping, malicious assault, strangulation, assault during the commission of a felony, conspiracy to commit malicious assault and conspiracy to commit kidnapping

– Christopher Ferrell, of Clarksburg, on two counts of child abuse resulting in bodily injury, two counts of gross child neglect creating a substantial risk of death or serious bodily injury and two counts of failure to register sexual offender registration information or provide notice of sexual offender registration information changes by sexual offender required to register for life

– Benjamin Broadwater, of Jane Lew, on malicious assault and conspiracy to commit malicious assault

– Andrew Burge, of Bridgeport, on conspiracy to commit malicious assault and aiding and abetting malicious assault

– Timothy Kuplic, of Shinnston, on two counts of driving while under the influence of alcohol causing serious bodily injury

– Thomas Burgoyne, Jr., of Clarksburg, on robbery

– Howard Defrost Spurlock, III, of Bristol, on two counts of transporting a controlled substance into the state, two counts of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and two counts of conspiracy to transport a controlled substance into the state

– Joshua Stonestreet, of West Milford, on transporting a controlled substance into the state, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and conspiracy to transport a controlled substance into the state

– Keith Claypool, of Wallace, on manufacturing a controlled substance, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance

– Heather Davis, of Clarksburg, on three counts of delivery of a controlled substance

– Trista Snyder, of Clarksburg, on three counts of conspiracy to commit delivery of a controlled substance and delivery of a controlled substance

– Jeffrey Duncan, of Clarksburg, on delivery of a controlled substance

– James Toll, of Shinnston, on delivery of a controlled substance

– David Pascasio, of Weston, on two counts of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and fleeing in a vehicle from law enforcement showing a reckless indifference to the safety of others

– Randy Jeffries, of Bridgeport, on two counts of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance

– Kelly Myers, of Clarksburg, on possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance

– Nancy Hannah, of Salem, on financial exploitation of an elderly person

– David Adkins, of Bridgeport, on two counts of financial exploitation of an elderly person and four counts of fraudulent schemes

– Bobbie Jo Efaw, of Fairmont, on embezzlement and fraudulent schemes

– Emily Dixon, of Clarksburg, on embezzlement and fraudulent schemes

– Travis Parker, of Captiva, Fl., on embezzlement

– Steven Nestor, of Gypsy, on fleeing in a vehicle from law enforcement showing a reckless indifference to the safety of others, transferring or receiving stolen goods, possession of a controlled substance and possession of a firearm by person prohibited from possessing a firearm

– Jeremiah Pinion, of Clarksburg, on grand larceny, breaking and entering, two counts of entering without breaking into a vehicle, petit larceny, three counts of fraudulent use of an access device, conspiracy to commit grand larceny, conspiracy to commit petit larceny, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering and two counts of conspiracy to commit entering without breaking into a vehicle

– Kelsi Pinion, of Clarksburg, on conspiracy to commit grand larceny, conspiracy to commit petit larceny, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering, two counts of conspiracy to commit entering without breaking into a vehicle and receiving stolen property

– Michael Powers, of Mount Clare, on grand larceny, transferring stolen property and fleeing in a vehicle from law enforcement showing a reckless indifference to the safety of others

– Michael Martinez, of Clarksburg, on grand larceny and breaking and entering

– Briana Smith, of Elkins, on grand larceny

– Matthew Cutlip, of Fairmont, on grand larceny

– Khristin Blair, of Shinnston, on burglary and attempt to commit burglary

– Thomas Bunnell, of Clarksburg, on burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary and petit larceny

– Travis Bennett, of Clarksburg, on conspiracy to commit burglary

– Terry Carroll, of Mount Clare, on five counts of failure to provide notice of sexual offender registration changes by offender required to register for life

– Bryan Scott, of Meadowbrook, on three counts of second offense failure to provide notice of sexual offender registration changes by offender required to register for life

– Scotty Morris, of Clarksburg, on three counts of failure to provide notice of sexual offender registration changes by offender required to register for life

– James Fadley, of Clarksburg, on two counts of second or subsequent offense failure to register sexual offender registration information or provide notice of sexual offender registration information changes by sexual offender required to register for life

– James McKinney, of Clarksburg, on failure to provide notice of sexual offender registration changes by offender required to register for life

– George McDonald, of Clarksburg, on failure to meet an obligation to pay support to a minor

– Josie Ables, of Clarksburg, on five counts of fraudulent use of an access device

– Steven Tinney, Jr., of Richwood, on uttering

– Dakota Javins, of Nellis, on uttering

– Jeanette Tennant, of Clarksburg, on two counts of third or subsequent offense shoplifting

– Amy Campbell, of Morgantown, on third or subsequent offense shoplifting

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