Explore Land Resources Programs at GSC
Faculty in Glenville State College’s Land Resources Department and staff in the Office of Admissions invite prospective students to attend an event to learn more about the Natural Resource Management programs offered at GSC. Land Resources Exploration Day will take place on Friday, April 07 beginning at 9:15 a.m. at GSC’s Waco Center.
The open house event will feature activities for interested students to learn about wood identification, geocaching (treasure hunting using a GPS), wildlife trapping, soil and water analysis, fun with land fundamentals, and more. There will also be information on career opportunities in natural resource management.
For more information call the Office of Admissions 800.924.2010 or click HERE to sign up.
GSC Criminal Justice Students Participate in Laser Shot Training Program
Students in Glenville State College’s criminal justice fraternity, Sigma Pi Xi, took part in Laser Shot, a tactical decision making scenario-based training program on Friday, March 10. The training was made possible by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.
DNR Sergeant Duane Duffield provided individual hands-on training to students with the advanced law enforcement simulator. Participating students were presented with virtual ‘shoot/no shoot’ scenarios where they had to assess the situation, verbalize, and take action. By taking part in this type of interactive training, the GSC Criminal Justice Department continues to be a pioneer in progressive and hands-on teaching methods.
Eagle Scout Community Service Project at Gilmer County Recreation Center
The Gilmer County Recreation Center is happy to help out a fellow Boy Scout to receive his Eagle Scout badge with his community service project.
Jake Butler is the scout advancing in the scouting program by doing this project at the Recreation Center.
It consists of ripping out block walls in the Potomac cabin showers running a new concrete floor in the shower so they can have 6 handicap cap shower stalls where before they had just one.
He and his troop have done a fantastic job for the Recreation Center.
We the Gilmer Recreation Center are so thankful for these young men and there dedication to our community.
Darrel Ramsey /Director
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I like your SHOES Darrel ... I like your SHOES!
By Council of Concerned Citizens on 03.22.2017
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GSC Football Announces Two New Coaches
Glenville State head football coach Eric Smith would like to announce the hiring of two new coaches in Kylan Butler and Trevor Mendelson.
Kylan Butler joins Eric Smith’s staff after spending the last three seasons as an offensive graduate assistant under head coach Rich Rodriguez at Arizona. While at Arizona, Butler assisted with the receivers and all facets of the offense and also assisted in recruiting Nevada, Northern and Southern California and national Junior College recruiting.
Butler was a part the BCS Fiesta Bowl team- finishing ranked #13th nationally, Pac-12 Southern Division Champions and the Gildan New Mexico Bowl Champions all while at Arizona.
In 2014 Butler served as Co-Offensive Coordinator and running backs coach at Pueblo High School in Tucson, AZ.
A native of Antioch, Calif. and a graduate of the stellar prep program De La Salle High School, Butler went onto play in 35 career games as a running back and on special teams for the Arizona Wildcats. He was part of three bowl teams, including the Gildan New Mexico and AdvoCare V100 Bowl Champions and was a founding member and Vice President of Arizona’s chapter of Uplifting Athletes.
Butler earned his bachelor’s degree in social behaviors and human understanding in May 2013 and earned his master’s degree in educational psychology December 2016.
Kylan resides in Glenville.
Trevor Mendelson comes to GSC from Marshall University and will serve as the Run Game Coordinator and Offensive Line Coach.
Prior to working with Glenville State, Mendelson coached for two seasons as the Offensive Line Graduate Assistant at Marshall University. While at Marshall, he assisted with the coaching of two All-Conference performers in Michael Selby and Sebastian Johansson.
A three-year letterman as an offensive lineman at Marshall, Mendelson played in 33 games with 12 career starts, starting his senior season at left tackle on an offensive line that helped lead the Herd to a Conference USA Championship and a victory in the Boca Raton Bowl.
The three-year letterman at Marshall was named to the Conference USA All-Academic team and was also named the Marshall University Scholar-Athlete of the Year (2014)>
Mendelson, a Dublin, Ohio native earned his bachelor’s degree in Finance from Marshall University in 2013, and his Master’s in Business Administration from Marshall in 2015. He was a two-year varsity football letterman at Dublin Jerome High School, earning All-Conference and All-Metro his senior season.
Mendelson resides in Glenville with his fiancé, Erica.
Paris McLeod Named to 2016-17 All-Atlantic Region Women’s Basketball Teams
Paris McLeod Named to 2016-17 Division II Conference Commissioners Association (CCA) All-Atlantic Region Women’s Basketball Teams
California (PA)’s Miki Glenn was named the 2016-17 Atlantic Region Women’s Basketball Player of the Year to highlight the 2016-17 Division II Conference Commissioners Association (CCA) All-Atlantic Region Women’s Basketball Teams announced Tuesday afternoon.
Glenn, the 2016-17 Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference (PSAC) Western Division Player of the Year, averaged 18.9 points per game (21st in the country) while averaging 6.2 assists per game (eighth in the country) and 3.83 steals per game (third in the country). Her 184 free throws rank third in the country, while her 87.2 free-throw percentage ranks 15th.
The five-person All-Atlantic Region First Team features all four Conference Players of the Year from the region: Glenn (PSAC West), Glenville State’s Paris McLeod (MEC), Virginia Union’s Lady Walker (CIAA) and Shippensburg’s senior forward Stephanie Knauer (PSAC East). Glenn is joined on the First Team by her teammate, junior forward Seairra Barrett.
Walker, the 2017 NCAA Atlantic Region Tournament MVP, averages 14.4 points and 11.2 rebounds per game and ranks eighth in the country in offensive rebounding (4.4). She scored 32 points and collected 10 rebounds in guiding the Panthers to the Atlantic Region Championship on Monday night.
McLeod ranks second in the country in steals, averaging 3.93 per game, while scoring 18.4 points per game. Knauer shot 63.8 percent from the field – the second-best rate in the country, while Barrett’s 245 made field goals ranks sixth in the country.
Five players were selected to the CCA All-Atlantic Region Women’s Basketball Second Team: Slippery Rock senior guard Lexi Carpenter, Mercyhurst senior guard Angela Heintz, Virginia Union junior guard Brittany Jackson, Notre Dame (Ohio) senior forward Kelsey Miller and Chowan senior forward Jordan Payne. Heintz is one of three Division II players this season with two triple-doubles.
The Division II CCA encourages and promotes Division II athletics and high standards of sportsmanship as important elements of higher education. The CCA is a key communications link among the conferences as they discuss views, policies and regulations that impact Division II intercollegiate athletics and works closely with the NCAA as a communications channel to NCAA Division II member colleges and universities.
2016-17 CCA All-Atlantic Region Women’s Basketball Teams
Seairra Barrett, California (PA)
Miki Glenn, California (PA)
Stephanie Knauer, Shippensburg
Paris McLeod, Glenville State
Lady Walker, Virginia Union
Lexi Carpenter, Slippery Rock
Angela Heintz, Mercyhurst
Brittany Jackson, Virginia Union
Kelsey Miller, Notre Dame (Ohio)
Jordan Payne, Chowan
PLAYER OF THE YEAR:
Miki Glenn, California (PA)
Tracy L. Pellett Selected as Next GSC President
Dr. Tracy L. Pellett (pronounced pah-LAY) has been selected to serve as the twenty-fourth leader of Glenville State College by the College’s Board of Governors.
“It is with both gratitude and humility that I thank the Glenville State Board of Governors and the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission for this wonderful opportunity to serve as the next President of Glenville State College. My wife Heidi and I look forward with great anticipation and enthusiasm to becoming part of this respected institution and supportive community. Glenville State College has a tremendous history, a deeply rooted commitment to serving students and the Glenville community and I am honored to have an opportunity to work with faculty, staff, students, alumni, and supporters to help shape its future,” Pellett said.
Pellett is currently the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs at the College of Coastal Georgia in Brunswick, Georgia. He previously held positions at Central Washington University in Ellensburg, Washington as Associate Vice President for Undergraduate Education and Associate Provost for Academic and Student Life. He spent his early career as a middle school teacher.
Additionally, Pellett has led academic program development and review efforts, institutional strategic planning, assessment, accreditation, and department, college, and university-wide improvement efforts. He is an advocate for student access, having supported infrastructure and faculty development to enhance online offerings, dual enrollment, and competency based instruction. Through a variety of creative partnerships and recruitment initiatives, Pellett has been instrumental in encouraging enrollment growth. He has also worked to obtain numerous grants and contracts to enhance instructional delivery, programming, and institutional capacity.
Dr. Pellett earned his Ed.D. in education from Brigham Young University, his Masters from Ball State University, and his BA in health and physical education from Carthage College in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
“I thank the members of the Search Committee for their hard work and all of the time they devoted to this important process,” said GSC Board of Governors Chairman Greg Smith. “The talented pool of candidates for the job certainly didn’t make our work easy but we strongly believe that Dr. Pellett will be a good fit at Glenville State and that the institution will benefit from his experiences and leadership.”
Pellett will succeed Dr. Peter Barr on July 01, 2017; Barr announced his intention to retire last year.
“President Barr has done an outstanding job enhancing Glenville State’s campus infrastructure and in encouraging needs-based and first generation students in attending college. Both Dr. Barr and his wife Betsy have been great institutional champions over the years, and my wife Heidi and I are greatly honored to follow them in such an important position,” Pellett said. “The Glenville State campus and community are a great fit for me professionally and personally. With student-centered faculty, a dedicated and collaborative staff, interconnected campus-community partnerships, and a proven track record of innovation, resourcefulness and success, it is evident why students graduating from Glenville State are in demand by employers and graduate schools.”
“While I will certainly miss the faculty, staff, students, and community support at the College of Coastal Georgia, Glenville State is one of the most creative, student focused, and supportive institutions that I now have the pleasure and humblest opportunity to be a part of, and I am looking forward to further strengthening those values with campus and community support, and encouragement,” Pellett added.
The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission will now schedule a special meeting in the near future to consider Pellett’s confirmation as president once all materials are submitted by the College’s Board of Governors.
Gilmer County Clerk: Notice to Creditors and Beneficiaries
CLERK OF THE COUNTY COMMISSION OF GILMER COUNTY, WEST VIRGINIA
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND BENEFICIARIES
The administration of the estates(s) of the following deceased is pending before the Clerk of the County Commission of Gilmer County, 10 Howard Street, Glenville WV 26351.
The names and addresses of the personal representative and the personal representative’s attorney are set forth below.
Notice is hereby given that the estate(s) of the following has been opened for probate. Any interested person objecting to the validity of the will, the qualifications of the personal representative or the venue or jurisdiction of the court, shall file notice of an objection with the County Commission within ninety days after the date of the first publication or within 30 days of service of notice, whichever is later. If an objection is not timely filed, the objection is forever barred.
All persons having claims against the estate(s) of the said following deceased, whether due or not, are notified to exhibit their claims, with the voucher thereof, legally verified, to the undersigned, at the County Clerk’s Office on or before May 15, 2017 otherwise they may by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate(s). All beneficiaries of said estate(s) may appear on or before said day to examine said claims and otherwise protect their interests.
Claims against the estate must be filed in accordance with West Virginia Code 44-1-14a.
|Gerald B. Collins
||Tony B. Collins
||16116 US Hwy 33W
|Normantown, WV 25267
Jo Loraine Rowe
|1448 Little Bull Run Road, Glenville, WV 26351
|303 Ferndale Drive, Chalreston, WV 25302
|Joy E. Gragg
||Lloyd Shane Gragg
||173 Wright Hollow Road
|Auburn, WV 26325
||Edwin L. Reed
||355 Beechwood Acres
|Glenville, WV 26351
||Sheriff Larry Gerwig
||10 Howard Street
|Glenville, WV 26351
|Garnet Ernestine Hevener
||Sandra Kay Beall
||32 Crooked Fork Road
|Rosedale, WV 26636
|Velma F. Norman
||189 Mudlick Run Road, Apt 103
|Glenville, WV 26351
||206 Hnter Street
|Glenville, WV 26351
Clerk of Gilmer County Commission
10 Howard Street
Glenville, WV 26351
The date of the first publication of this Notice is : March 16, 2017
Gilmer County Couple Says Mortuary Buried Body On Their Property
A couple is suing Ellyson Mortuary after they claim it buried a body on their property without their permission.
Terry Ellyson was also named as a defendant in the suit.
On March 12, 2016, the defendants entered onto the property of James L. James and Mona L. James to bury a deceased human body, according to a complaint filed last month in Gilmer Circuit Court.
The Jameses claim the defendants did not have authorization or permission to enter onto their property and bury the deceased human body on the James’ property.
The plaintiffs have demanded that the defendants remove the deceased human body and to restore the plaintiffs’ property to the condition it was in immediately prior to how it was before the defendants’ entered onto the property, according to the suit.
The Jameses claim the defendants have failed and refused to comply and the deceased human body remains buried on their property.
The defendants’ failure to seek and obtain permission or authorization from the plaintiffs for their foregoing actions was deliberate, intentional or grossly negligent, according to the suit.
The Jameses are seeking compensatory and punitive damages. They are being represented by F. John Oshoway.
Gilmer Circuit Court case number: 17-C-6
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Why are they burying folks on people’s private property? Are there more details? Was there just the one body or are there more? What does the family of the deceased say about this?
By Curious on 03.16.2017
Seriously?! This does not raise any speculation amongst the community? Please look at other things going on in your area besides school!
By NameAtRequest on 03.19.2017
Sounds like there is a family cemetery on the James’ property and the deceased might have had a will clause to be buried there, but the James’said no way and the mortuary was just following the deceased family’s direction and never asked the James’. Just my opinion. I am sure there is more to this story.
By Bob on 03.20.2017
“BOB” probably has it right.
Maybe the deceased’s spirit will haunt the James family?
There are 3 or 4 county names who are always filing lawsuits.
By history repeats on 03.20.2017
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GSC offers Summer Research Opportunity at University of Kentucky
The Glenville State College Department of Science and Mathematics is seeking a current GSC student to participate in an exciting interdisciplinary research experience encompassing many aspects of mathematics and experimental science. This research opportunity is in collaboration with the University of Kentucky through a research experience for undergraduate students.
The summer program will tentatively begin in early May and last for two months. It will take place at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, and the participant will be given a $4,000 stipend. Traveling costs will be covered, but the participant will be responsible for housing.
The project is titled Nanomanufacturing of Activated Carbon Nanosphere-Based Supercapacitors from Industrial Biomass Waste. Possible research areas for undergraduate participate include hydrothermal process and electrochemical characterization and data analysis.
To be eligible for this opportunity, applicants must be a current, full-time GSC student who is majoring or minoring in science (e.g. biology, chemistry, physics) or mathematics, either education or non-education. Applicants must also have completed at least 60 college credits by the end of this semester and have a GPA of at least a 3.25 at GSC.
The undergraduate participant will be trained and supervised throughout the research project by GSC Assistant Professor of Mathematics Dr. Wenwen Du, as well as the principle investors and graduate research assistants at UK. Besides having a thorough knowledge of the whole research project, the student will focus on hydrothermal process and electrochemical characterization of the prepared carbon-based materials, data analysis, participate in group seminars, and scientific writing. During the fall 2017 semester, the student will join other GSC undergraduate STEM research students in discussing and presenting their research findings in group seminars, college activities, and professional conferences. The students will receive one independent research credit from GSC upon completing these components during fall 2017 semester.
Applications for the program are due by Friday, March 17. A resume and an unofficial GSC transcript should accompany the application. For questions, comments, or to apply, contact Du by e-mail at
or call the Science and Mathematics Department at 304.462.4126.
Gilmer County Circuit Court Report
On Tuesday, March 07, 2017 two fugitives from justice waived extradition to return to their states.
• Lucas Justice waived to return to OH.
• Marco Morgan waived to return to VA.
They were both represented by Kevin Hughart and authorities in their states have until 4 PM on March 16, 2017 to pick the inmates up or they will be released from Central Regional Jail.
• Two juvenile matters were heard.
• State of West Virginia vs. Charles Collins
The case was set for hearing but his attorney was in trial in Kanawha County and did not appear.
• On Thursday, March 09,2017 the Collins matter was before the Court again with the same result, Joseph Spano his attorney did not appear.
Judge Facemire directed the prosecutor to arrange a conference call with Spano for 11:45 AM on Monday, March 13, 2017 to get this matter taken care of.
• State of West Virginia vs. Dale Lee Carr
He was before the Court for status and his pretrial was set for March 27, 2017 at 11:00 AM and his trial is now set for April 04, 2017.
Eric Wildman now represents Carr.
• State of West Virginia vs. Joshua Bohn
Hewas set for a plea on March 27, 2017 at 10:45 AM.
Jeff Davis is his attorney.
• One juvenile matter was heard.
Glenville City Council Meeting Minutes
GLENVILLE CITY COUNCIL MINUTES
February 06, 2017
The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Fitzpatrick with Council members Wiant, Huffman, Walters, and Fisher present. Councilwoman Taylor was absent.
Pledge of Allegiance
I. Call to Order
Mayor Fitzpatrick thanked Councilwoman Huffman for presiding over the January 2017 meeting in his absence.
A. Approval of Minutes – January 02, 2017
Minutes for the January 02, 2017, meeting were reviewed and placed on file for audit.
The budget is currently at 60.54% of fiscal year with revenue at 67.54% and expenditures at 54.25%.
The bookkeeper noted that money needed to be transferred to line items 410 – City Council ($3000), 750 – Street Dept. ($9000), and 916- Library ($1000).
Mayor Fitzpatrick suggested this be tabled until the March meeting.
The budget meeting to prepare next year’s estimated budget to submit to the State Auditor’s office no later than March 28 was scheduled for Monday, March 06, at 6:15 PM.
The invoice tabled at the January meeting has been paid.
Councilwoman Huffman made a motion to approve the financial summary as presented. Councilman Fisher seconded the motion. Motion passed.
C. Street report
Mayor Fitzpatrick provided the street report and noted the workers will put LED lights in the stoplight.
Chief Huffman provided the police report to council.
He requested executive session to discuss a personnel matter.
Councilman Huffman made a motion to move into executive session at 7:09 PM. Councilman Walters seconded the motion. Motion passed.
Councilman Huffman made a motion to come out of executive session at 7:11 PM. Councilman Walters seconded the motion. Motion passed.
No action was taken in executive session.
E. Glenville Utility
Mayor Fitzpatrick noted there was a 2 inch line water leak on Bailey Street and a new pump is needed at the lift station at Fitzwater’s at a cost of approximately $25,000.
Nothing to report.
G. Mayors Comments
- Update Municipal Ordinance Penalty Phase
The municipal fee penalty phase update is still in progress.
- Approval of Folk Festival and Vendor Fees
Received a letter from the Folk Festival Committee requesting approval to hold the Folk Festival on June 15-18, 2017. Council has previously discussed assessing a nominal fee for use of the park and electricity.
The Folk Festival Committee agreed to charge $5 for each booth in the park shelter with an additional charge of $5 for electricity if used. Councilwoman Huffman made a motion to approve the Folk Festival to be held on June 15-18, 2017, and the additional $5 fee for a booth inside the park. Councilman Walters seconded the motion. Motion passed.
Martin Hess offered the electric pole between United Bank and the City Park to the city. If the city does not want to take possession of the pole the fire department will offer it to the folk festival committee. The city declined the offer to take over the possession of the electric pole in question. This pole is owned by the Fire Department and costs about $10/month, but is problematic.
- Auditor Training reference Budget in Bridgeport on the 17th of this month (approval for reimbursement)
Mayor requested travel reimbursement to attend the Auditor’s Training on February 17th in Bridgeport. Councilman Walters made a motion to approve travel reimbursement on February 17. Councilman Fisher seconded the motion. Motion passed.
GCHS requested approval to hold the Pi Day 5K run on Saturday, March 18, beginning at 9:00 a.m. starting at United Bank and going up Sycamore Road. Chief Huffman will take care of escort. Councilman Fisher made a motion to approve the Pi Day 5K run on March 18 at 9:00 a.m. Councilman Walters seconded the motion. Motion passed.
IV. Unfinished Business
V. New Business
VI. Other Business to come before Council
VII. Next council meeting
March 06, 2017 at 7:00 PM
Budget Meeting – March 06, 2017, at 6:15 PM
Meeting adjourned at 7:18 PM.
GSC Choir to Perform in New York City
Members of Glenville State College’s Chamber Singers group have been invited to perform a choral concert at St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City, New York. Their performance is scheduled to take place on June 01, 2017.
The performance was arranged after Assistant Professor of Music and Choir Director Teresa Dody submitted an application for the group to perform at the historic cathedral. This included sending a photo of the group along with a recording and information about the ensemble. The recordings are then screened to choose the groups to be invited. St. Patrick’s has a history of fine musical performances and GSC’s Chamber Singers will be appearing as part of their Guest Choir Concert Series. The GSC Choir is also featured on St. Patrick’s Cathedral’s website.
Members of GSC’s Chamber Singers (l-r) with statue Jordan Pierson, Derrick Lowe, Dravin Gibson; middle Clayton Swisher, Travis Myers, Erica Taylor, Trevor Wood, Lindsey Travis, Zaon Starseed, Scott Barber, Christian Bryant; front Sarah Brunty, Breanna Bennet, Faith Smith
“Our students are looking forward to the honor of performing such a concert series in one of our country’s most beautiful cathedrals,” said Dody. “Some are hoping to see a Broadway show, visit the National 9/11 Memorial, Statue of Liberty, and experience a vibrant, adventure-filled city! I formerly lived in NYC and have performed there as a soloist many times so for me, it is exciting to show them my old home.”
The Chamber Singers are currently fundraising to help to cover the costs associated with the trip. Anyone interested in helping with the fundraiser can contact Dody by e-mail at
, by calling her office at 304.462.6345, or the Fine Arts Department at 304.462.6340.
Shale Gas Exploration and Production Presentation Scheduled at GSC
Members of the Glenville State College Environmental Organization will host a presentation about the ‘Impacts of Shale Gas Exploration and Production on Rural Communities in WV’ by Bill Hughes on Wednesday, March 15, beginning at noon. The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place on the third floor of the Mollohan Campus Community Center in room 315.
With a background in industrial electrical control work before retirement, Hughes has now turned his attention to the process, progress, procedures, and development of shale gas operations. He began to document the complete process in extensive, organized, and digested photographic detail and considers his professional role to be that of a documentarian—integrating his massive collection of photographs, conducting gas field tours, and writing to explain and disseminate what the shale gas industry involves in rural West Virginia locations.
Hughes will provide attendees with a multimedia presentation using his collection to show the progression of production stages involved in a shale gas fracturing operation.
Because of his growing experience, exposure, and presence in the shale gas community, he was asked to work part-time with both the FracTracker Alliance and the Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition. In 2013, Hughes received the Grass Root Activist Award, a recognition award from the West Virginia Environmental Counsel, for his work in educating citizens, documenting the impacts and working with governmental, corporate, and citizen entities. In 2014, the WV Sierra Club Chapter awarded him with their first ‘Founders Award’ for his efforts and influence in WV. In 2016, the WV Department of Environmental Protection Environmental Advocate Office awarded Hughes with their Spirit of Environmental Protection Award.
Gilmer County Circuit Court Report
On Tuesday, March 07, 2017 Chief Judge Richard A. Facemire began his March, 2017 term of Court in Gilmer County.
First he indoctrinated the grand jurors and after taking the oath administered by the Circuit Clerk, they went to their room to deliberate upon their presentments.
They returned to the Court room at 1:30 PM and returned 12 indictments and 2 no bills were also returned.
• Indicted were Charles Blair Balliet III of Millstone, WV for 1 count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver a Schedule II controlled substance and 1 count of conspiracy.
His attorney is Christopher Moffatt and he is free on $4,000.00 bond posted by B&B Bonding, and is on house arrest at his father’s home.
• Also indicted for the same 2 charges was Geoffrey Allen Shaffer of Glenville, WV.
He is represented by David Karickhoff of Sutton and he is free on $3,000.00 bond posted by B&B Bonding.
• State of West Virginia vs. Charles Edward Pritt of Troy, WV
He was indicted for 1 count of child neglect resulting in death and 1 count of child neglect creating risk of injury.
He is represented by Clinton Bischoff and remains in jail unable to post bond.
• State of West Virginia vs. Coy Pritt, Jr. of Troy, WV
He was indicted for 1 count of child neglect resulting in death and 1 count of child neglect creating risk of injury.
Pritt but he is free on $50,000. Bond posted by B&B Bonding.
He is represented by Teresa Monk.
• State of West Virginia vs. Tiffany Danielle Parmer (Mayo)
She was indicted for the same 2 charges as the Pritt’s.
She is represented by Timothy Gentliozzi and remains in jail unable to post bond.
• State of West Virginia vs. Earl Milton Bailey
He was indicted for 1 count of murder and 1 count of wanton endangerment involving a firearm.
He is represented by Jeff Davis and has no bond set at this time.
• State of West Virginia vs. Jessica Denise Nicholson
She was indicted for 1 count of conspiracy and is represented by Brian Bailey and Perry Bonding posted $5000.00 bond for her.
• State of West Virginia vs. Matthew Scott Sandy
He was indicted for 1 count of escape and 1 count of destruction of property.
He is represented by Teresa Monk and remains in jail unable to post $150,000.00 cash bond.
• State of West Virginia vs. Richard Esaias Williams Jr.
He Was indicted for 1 count of armed robbery, 1 count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver a schedule I controlled substance.
His attorney is Kevin Hughart and he remains in jail unable to post $75,000.00 bond.
• State of West Virginia vs. Timothy Joseph Maxwell-Lanham
He was indicted to 20 counts of incest and remains in jail unable to post $100,000.00 cash only bond and is represented by Bryan Hinkle.
• State of West Virginia vs. Danny Minigh
He was indicted for 1 count of sexual assault in the second degree and 1 count of sexual abuse in the first degree.
He remains in jail unable to post $30,000.00 bond and is represented by Brian Bailey.
• State of West Virginia vs. David Wendell Curry
He was indicted for 1 count of failure to meet an obligation to provide support to a minor.
Arraignments will be held at 9:00 AM on Monday, March 27, 2017.
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