MADISON – Local law enforcement have been making a variety of arrests ranging from misdemeanor domestic battery charges to felony counterfeiting charges.
David Leonard Hines, 52 from Charlton Heights, W.Va was arrested February 3 for one felony charge. According to the criminal complaint Hines was allegedly arrested for counterfeiting. Himes allegedly possessed approximately 30 counterfeit bills in 10’s and 20’s.
Jamie Allen Thomas, 34 from Comfort, W.Va was arrested February 3 for one felony charge. According to the criminal complaint Thomas was allegedly arrested for counterfeiting. Thomas allegedly had $240 in twenties in his possession at the time he was questioned and arrested by police.
Lee Dillon Justice, 32 from Danville, W.Va was arrested on February 7 for one felony charge. According to the criminal complaint Justice was allegedly arrested on daytime burglary. A Danville, W.Va resident stated a man had been coming around their residence for a few days. At the time of the arrest Justice was found inside the residence by police.
James Brandon Angel, 27 from Foster, W.Va was arrested on February 3 for one felony charge. According to the criminal complaint Angel was allegedly arrested on possession with the intent to deliver methamphetamine a Schedule II controlled substance. Angel was allegedly pulled over for going left of center and improper signaling in the Madison W.Va area. During the search of Angel police allegedly found a “…large amount of what appeared to be methamphetamine in the pocket of the jacket he was wearing.”
John E. Price, 57 from Julian, W.Va was arrested on February 5 on one misdemeanor charge. According to the criminal complaint Price was arrested for domestic battery.
Larry Scott Coy, 26 from Yawkey, W.Va was arrested on February 8 on three misdemeanor charges and one felony charge. According to the criminal complaint Coy was allegedly arrested on driving revoked for DUI, driving suspended, false information and possession with the intent to deliver.
Information in this article was obtained by the use of criminal complaints which are public record. A criminal complaint is an accusation and all individuals named should be considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Heather Kinder is a reporter for the Coal Valley News. She can be contacted at 304-369-1165 ext. 1661, email@example.com or on Twitter @CVN_hkinder