Preston Grand Jury indicts 36 people

KINGWOOD — The Preston County Grand Jury issued nearly 40 indictments  Tuesday.
Among those charged, the jury indicted John David Dietz III, 28, of Reedsville, on a charge of DUI with death. Dietz was driving a UTV in the Red Rock Road area of Rowlesburg in August that was involved in an accident.
His wife, Brieanne Nicole Dietz, 28, was died as a result of  the accident, despite being administered first aid by bystanders and state police.
Tuesday’s grand jury was a continuation from October, when it handed up 35 indictments after one day of deliberations. New Judge Steve Shaffer had to attend a judicial conference then, so the second day of jury was set for this week.
Preston Prosecutor Melvin C. Snyder III said large grand juries such as these are becoming the norm, because of the increase in crime in the county.
Also indicted Tuesday were the following. Some people were named in more than one indictment.
Felton,  Fallon Marie, no age or address given — obtaining goods by false pretenses.
Roberts,  Sara Ann, no age or address — two counts of forgery, two counts of uttering.
Tasker,  Amber Lace, 31, of Arthurdale — two counts of forgery, two counts of uttering, one count conspiracy.
Albright,  Christina, 39, of Reedsville — two counts of forgery, two counts of uttering, one count conspiracy.
Renshaw,  Nathan Sean, 27, of Fairmont — burglary, two counts of grand larceny, breaking and entering.
Cramer,  Paul Timothy, 26, of Terra Alta — nine counts of third-degree sexual assault, nine counts of sexual abuse.
Bueno,  Gilbert Bruce, 33, of Morgantown — kidnapping, interfering with emergency communication, two counts of strangulation, two counts of domestic battery.
Uphold,  Kaitlyn L., 23, of Kingwood — child neglect creating risk of injury.
Shahan,  Scott Allen, 42, of Tygart Valley Regional Jail — escape, making terroristic threats.
Wilhelm,  Joseph Patrick, 63, of Kingwood — two counts of possession of controlled substance with intent to deliver (Diludid and Methadone).
Williams,  Lloyd Andrew “Speedy,” 40, of Kingwood — three counts of conspiracy, four counts of delivery of a controlled substance  (meth).
Cullum,  Ricky Wayne, 53, of Kingwood — three counts of conspiracy, four counts of delivery of a controlled substance (meth).
Lowdermilk,  Michael Wade, 31, of Kingwood — delivery of a controlled substance (meth), possession with intent to deliver (meth).
Miller,  Marshall Allen, 35, of Kingwood — two counts of delivery of a controlled substance (Xanax and Subutex).
Lott,  Jasmine Leigh, 21, of Bruceton Mills — two counts of delivery of a controlled substance (meth).
Wolfe,  Christopher Lee, 38, of Kingwood — six counts of delivery of a controlled substance (Subutex and crack cocaine).
Jenkins,  Duane Albert, 56, of Masontown — third-offense DUI.
Bennett,  David Allen, 48, of Tunnelton — possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance (meth).
Cale,  Jedidiah Lee, 39, of Masontown — malicious assault.
White,  Janice May, 39, of Kitzmiller, Md. — attempted grand larceny, conspiracy, use of a firearm in commission of a felony, assault in an attempt to commit a felony, wanton endangerment.
Sturms,  Jason Lee, 41, of Montrose — attempted grand larceny, conspiracy, use of a firearm in commission of a felony, assault committed  in an attempt to commit a felony, wanton endangerment.
White,  Joshua Jessie, 38, of Montrose —  attempted grand larceny, conspiracy, use of a firearm in commission of a felony, assault committed in an attempt to commit a felony, wanton endangerment.
Swiger,  Kimberly Jean, 29, of Vienna — attempted grand larceny, conspiracy, use of a firearm in commission of a felony, assault committed in an attempt to commit a felony, wanton endangerment.
Dixon,  Rambo Coy, 32, of Terra Alta — breaking and entering, grand larceny, three counts of conspiracy, destruction of property, three counts of a felon in possession of a firearm.
Collins,  Louis Allen Jr., 32, of Terra Alta —breaking and entering, grand larceny, three counts of conspiracy, destruction of property, three counts of a felon in possession of a firearm.
Sharps,  Donald Allen, 45, of Terra Alta — breaking and entering, grand larceny, three counts of conspiracy, destruction of property, three counts of a felon in possession of a firearm.
Kaufman,  Jason Matthew, 29, of Eglon — three counts of burglary, grand larceny.
Wilson,  William Matthew, 33, of Morgantown — third-offense shoplifting.
Masters,  Ashley Dawn, 23, of Kingwood — third-offense shoplifting.
McGraw,  Kristy Sue, 45, of Kingwood — five counts of counterfeiting, conspiracy.
Smith,  Isaac Russell, 34, of Moorefield — five counts of counterfeiting, conspiracy.
Watring,  Dewayne Franklin, 52, of Tygart Valley Regional Jail — two counts first-degree sexual assault, two counts third-degree sexual assault, four counts sexual abuse, four counts other sexual charges.
Johnson,  Clay Conor, 31, of Bruceton Mills — fleeing while DUI, fleeing with reckless indifference, two counts destruction of property.
Sypolt,  Michelle Rae, 33, of Terra Alta — child neglect creating risk of injury.
Moreland,  Tony Dwaine, 26, of Tunnelton — two counts of fraudulent use of access device.

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