Indictments released in O’briant’s court


By Owen Wells - [email protected]



LOGAN, W.Va. — Indictments for chief judge Eric O’briant’s court were recently issued.

Thomas Adair was indicted for third offense DUI, a seatbelt violation and possession of an open alcoholic beverage in a vehicle.

Mack Brumfield was indicted for possession of a schedule one and two substances with intent to deliver and possession of a schedule four controlled substance.

Brumfield was also indicted for felony malicious assault and destruction of property.

Joseph Chambers was indicted for burglary, grand larceny, conspiracy to commit burglary and conspiracy to commit grand larceny.

Josh Ellis was indicted for breaking and entering, grand larceny, receiving or transferring stolen property, conspiracy to commit breaking and entering, conspiracy to commit grand larceny and conspiracy to receive or transfer stolen property.

Jimmy Ray Emery was indicted on two counts of possession of a schedule four controlled substance with intent to deliver, possession of a schedule two and three controlled substances with intent to deliver and operating an ATV on the centerline of a highway when lights are required.

Candace Ferrell was indicted for possession of a schedule one, two, three and four controlled substances with intent to deliver.

Curtis Floyd was indicted for DUI causing serious bodily injury and second-offense driving with a license revoked for DUI.

Christine Gillman, also known as Della Gillman, was indicted for six counts of second offense delivery of a controlled substance, two counts of possession of a schedule three controlled substance with intent to deliver, second offense possession of a schedule four controlled substance with intent to deliver and second offense possession of a schedule two controlled substance with intent to deliver.

Warren Gullet was indicted for prescription fraud attempting to obtain possession of a schudule two controlled substance, two counts of conspiracy and forgery.

Danny Harper was indicted for burglary, grand larceny and conspiracy to commit burglary and grand larceny.

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Indictments are public information and are merely accusations. Anyone accused of a crime should be considered innocent until they are proven guilty.

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By Owen Wells

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Owen Wells is a reporter for Civitas Media. He can be reached at 304-752-6950 or by email at [email protected]

Owen Wells is a reporter for Civitas Media. He can be reached at 304-752-6950 or by email at [email protected]

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