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Woman indicted on child abuse charges

Published 10:25pm Monday, March 4, 2013

A woman who led police on a three-city chase with her two young children in the vehicle was among 44 defendants indicted by the grand jury on 125 charges last week.

Alisia Carter, then 24, of the 1400 block of Falcon Street, is charged in the incident.

According to a news release from police, Carter and another woman were allegedly shoplifting at the Chesapeake Square Walmart. Police responded to the area and located a vehicle — Carter’s minivan — fleeing the area. They attempted a traffic stop, but Carter allegedly did not stop, instead leading police through Portsmouth into Suffolk before allegedly ramming a State Police vehicle at the intersection of Portsmouth Boulevard and Nansemond Parkway in Suffolk.

It was only after the accident that police discovered Carter’s two young children were in the minivan, according to police statements at the time.

Carter is set for arraignment on March 18.

The full list of indictments is below.

  • Anthony Eugene Alexander — grand larceny; conspiracy to commit grand larceny
  • Beverly L. Backus — possession of cocaine with intent to distribute
  • Laron Cortez Baker-Pierce — grand larceny; conspiracy to commit grand larceny; credit card theft; credit card forgery; credit card uttering
  • Marquez Clifton Bishop — larceny with intent to sell; grand larceny
  • Kelisha Branch — credit card theft; credit card fraud; identity theft
  • Faye Wilson Brown — obtain prescription by fraud; attempt to possess controlled substance
  • Vernon Ross Butler Jr. — embezzlement more than $200
  • Alisia Thomasine Carter — destruction of property; assault and battery of law enforcement officer; elude police; child abuse and neglect (2 counts)
  • Aaron Demitrius Chalk — grand larceny from person
  • David Steven Chrisman — third offense larceny
  • Gabriel Jordan Cochrane — credit card forgery; credit card uttering; conspiracy to commit grand larceny; credit card theft; grand larceny
  • Isiah Davis — unlawful shooting into occupied building; receiving stolen firearms
  • Antonie Antonio Dildy Jr. — credit card forgery; credit card uttering; conspiracy to commit grand larceny; credit card theft; grand larceny
  • Nicholas T. Epley — violent sex offender failure to register
  • Antonio Freeman — grand larceny (2 counts); third offense larceny (2 counts); trespass after forbidden (2 counts)
  • Devin Lavon Gatling — failure to appear on felony charge
  • Melvin Earl Graves — habitual offender, subsequent offense
  • Shane Edward Hacker — statutory burglary; grand larceny; larceny with intent to sell; obtain money by false pretenses; false statement to obtain credit; possession of heroin
  • James Edward Hall — abduction
  • Howard Leslie Harden — possession of cocaine
  • Louis Hardy — distribution of cocaine; possession of cocaine with intent to distribute
  • Johnny Ray Harris — malicious wounding; shoot/stab in commission of a felony
  • Elroy Emanuel Hart — possession of firearm by a convicted felon
  • Douglas C. Hoadley Jr. — malicious wounding; shoot/stab in commission of a felony; unlawful wounding
  • Vonette Bianca Holland — forging coin and bank notes (3 counts); obtain money by false pretenses (3 counts)
  • Joshua Allen Hubbard — possession of cocaine
  • Raymond Hunt Jr. — statutory burglary; possession of burglary tools
  • Deric C. Ishman — third offense larceny
  • Naomi Nichelle Lambert — attempted arson; obstruction of justice; assault and battery of law enforcement officer
  • Harold Liggins — grand larceny; conspiracy to commit grand larceny; possession of burglary tools; concealment more than $200
  • Venita Direll McClain — possession of cocaine
  • Teresa Lynn Miller — habitual offender, subsequent offense
  • Ryan M. Moeller — possession of heroin
  • Carl M. Newby Jr. — grand larceny auto
  • Celestine Marie Riley — credit card theft; grand larceny; credit card fraud (11 counts); credit card forgery (6 counts)
  • Christopher James Ross — grand larceny; larceny with intent to sell
  • Floyd Z. Savage — threaten to bomb/burn
  • Yvette Deneen Smalls — sell stolen property
  • Thomas Earl Smith — third offense larceny
  • Chester Alfred Spurling III — leaving scene of accident
  • Christina Stevenson — obtain prescription by fraud
  • Kenneth Taylor Sullivan — grand larceny; larceny with intent to sell; obtain money by false pretenses
  • William Clark Weeber Jr. — nonviolent felon possess gun; receiving a stolen firearm
  • Victoria Celeste Winslow — third offense larceny
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