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January busy month for magistrate court

Debbie Rolen
Staff Writer

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The following criminal complaints have been heard in Logan County Magistrate Court:


• Beau Ashton Allen, 18, of Whitman, was arrested by the West Virginia State Police and charged with three counts of sexual assault third offense. According to the complaint, Allen admitted having sexual intercourse with a 13-year-old female. The victim said the two had sex two other times since the accused turned 18. His bond was set at $10,000.


• Kevin Wayne Workman, 20, of Logan, was arrested by Logan City Police Department officers and charged with felony destruction of property, grand larceny and damage to railroad property. The complaint says Workman assisted others in the removal of 800 to 1,000 feet of conductor cable. The accused admitted to the act in oral and written statements and bolt cutters were found in his possession. He was released under a $10,000 bond.


• Cody Wayne Gartin, 21, of Logan, was arrested by Logan City Police Department officers and charged with felony destruction of property, grand larceny and damage to railroad property. The complaint says Gartin climbed a CSX wire pole on Dingess Street and cut and removed 800 to 1,000 feet of conductor cable. The accused admitted to the act in oral and written statements and was found with bolt cutters in his possession. He was released under a $10,000 bond.


• Joseph Aaron Garrett, 22, of Holden, was arrested by Logan City Police Department officers and charged with felony destruction of property, grand larceny and damage to railroad property. The complaint says Garrett served as a look-out while others climbed a CSX wire pole on Dingess Street and cut and removed 800 to 1,000 feet of conductor cable. The accused admitted to the act in oral and written statements and was found with bolt cutters in his possession. His bond was set at $10,000.


• Michelle Lee Starr, 36, of Omar, was arrested by a Logan County Deputy Sheriff and charged with daytime burglary. The criminal complaint says Starr entered a house belonging to Paul Hardesty several times between March 20, 2012, and April 17, 2012, without his permission and looked at kitchen cabinets. Starr called the victim after the first time to inquire about purchasing the cabinets and Hardesty told her the State of West Virginia was purchasing the house, he could not sell any of the contents and to stay out of the house. A co-worker called the Hardesty about two weeks later to say Mrs. Starr had told her how she was going to steal the cabinets without anyone knowing or seeing her do it. After that conversation, the victim went back to his house and discovered the cabinets were missing. Starr was released under a $5,000 bond.

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