Heroin charges lead indictments
The Mecklenburg County grand jury handed down indictments in a number of cases on Monday.
Amanda Joy Andrews has been indicted in Mecklenburg for transporting into Virginia with intent to distribute one ounce or more of controlled substance heroin and intent to distribute a schedule 1 or II drug. The charges stem from a May 2 incident.
Rachelle A. Mayse has also been indicted on charges of transporting one or more ounces of heroin into the state with intent to distribute.
Clarence Edward Webb has been indicted in Mecklenburg for possession of heroin following an April 20 incident.
Sharif Bin Refai was indicted for possession of a controlled substance, Cathinone, following a March 12 incident.
Earl Lee Hawkins will face charges for the theft of property worth $200 or more from Madison Gard on Aug. 21, 2016. The incident took place in the South Hill area.
Lakiesha Dominique Cleaton was been indicted on charges of shoplifting from Walmart in South Hill on May 14.
Phillip Jason Driggs was indicted this week for possession of a controlled substance following an April 20 incident.
Darius Dequan Brooks, 20, was indicted this week for being part of a mob that malicious shot, stabbed, cut or wounded Zebulon Oliver between June 8 and July 6 of 2016.
Roderick Deland Bass Jr., 19, was also indicted this week for being part of the mob which assaulted Zebulon Oliver. Bass was also charged with robbing Oliver between June 8 through July 6 of 2016.
Marvin Aaron Cain Jr. will stand trial on charges for malicious wounding and use of a firearm for an April 30 attack on Renato Avala Aploinar.
Trey Cade Perry, 27, has been charged with possession of a firearm after having been convicted of a felony within the prior 10 years. The charge stems from an incident that took place in the Chase City area on April 3.
Patricia L. Bagbey was indicted by the Mecklenburg Grand Jury for transportation of ammunition or other explosive material after having been previously convicted of a felony. She was also indicted on charges of possession of a controlled substance. The charges stem from a May 11 arrest.