Circuit court convenes with several cases

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Dakota Blake, 22, of Fairmont, who was indicted on two counts of forgery of registration, felonies, one count of duty upon striking fixtures upon a highway, a misdemeanor, one count of no required security, a misdemeanor, one count of operation without certificate, a misdemeanor, and one count of no operator’s license, a misdemeanor, was granted a continuance. His trial is scheduled for September.
Chastity McVay, 36, of Weston, who was indicted on felonies of delivery of a controlled substance: Methamphetamine, conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance: Methamphetamine, daytime burglary, and misdemeanor charges of petit larceny, and falsely reporting an emergency incident, pleaded guilty to Count Two, conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Methamphetamine, and Count Three, daytime burglary. The court accepted the plea to the daytime burglary as a Kennedy v. Alford plea, and the state nulled the remaining counts. A pre-sentence investigation will be conducted, and her sentencing is scheduled for July.
Leonard Carroll, 28, of Clarksburg, who was indicted on five counts of forgery of a public record, five counts of uttering of a public record, all felonies, as well as one count of second-offense shoplifting, one count of conspiracy to commit shoplifting, misdemeanors, entered guilty pleas to Count Three, forgery of a public document, and Count One, shoplifting second offense. His sentencing will be July.
Demius Jones, 22, of Flint, MI, who was indicted on two counts of fraudulent use of an access device, two counts of conspiracy to commit fraudulent use of an access device, one count of attempting to obtain money, property, and services by false pretenses, one count of conspiracy to attempt to obtain money, property, and services by false pretenses, and one count of obstructing an officer, did not appear. His bond was forfeited, and a capias was issued.
Matthew Lane, 22, of Walkersville, who was indicted on one felony count of sexual assault in the third degree, was granted a continuance, and his trial is scheduled for September.
Clint McVay, 59, of Weston, who was indicted on two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, Clorazepate, three counts of delivery of a controlled substance, two for Methamphetamine and the other Oxycodone, and one count of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance: Methamphetamine, pleaded guilty to Count Three, delivery of a controlled substance, Methamphetamine.
The state nulled the remaining counts. A pre-sentence investigation was ordered. McVay will remain on bond until his sentencing, which is scheduled for July.
Michael Stewart, 41, of Weston, who was indicted on one count of strangulation, and one count of third-offense domestic battery, was granted a continuance. His trial is scheduled for September. Until then, Stewart will report to Lewis County Probation as part of his bond.
Byron Spiker, 33 of Weston, who was indicted on 26 counts of forgery, 21 counts of uttering all felonies, and one count of taking the identity of another, was arraigned and will be held without bond. Spiker was brought in on a capias. His bond hearing is scheduled for May 22. His trial is scheduled for June.
Troy Taylor, 43, of Walkersville, who was indicted on one felony count each of the manufacturing of a controlled substance, and conspiracy to manufacture a controlled substance, was granted a continuance. His trial is scheduled for September.

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