Grand jury issues 112 indictments

Published 11:16 pm Friday, August 28, 2009

A Suffolk grand jury issued eight petitions for a youngster charged in the burning of three homes on Franklin Street in July.

Kelly Golden Jr., 15, faces five counts of burning or destroying personal property, two counts of arson of an occupied dwelling, and one count of arson of an unoccupied building.

The fire began in a vacant house at 120 Franklin St., and quickly spread to the occupied homes on both sides. Those families were able to escape injury, though the homes were destroyed and several firefighters injured while battling the blaze.

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The charges of destroying personal property address the damage or destruction of several private vehicles and fire trucks. Eleven people were displaced by the blaze.

In all, the grand jury handed down 112 indictments and warrants during its Wednesday meeting.

David Cornell Alderman, construction fraud, obtaining money or property by false pretense

Patrick Blount, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, grand larceny, robbery

Edward Lee Brown IV, larceny with intent to sell or distribute, grand larceny, burglary — statutory, larceny, felony or A&B, unarmed

Kelvin Ray Bulluck, possession of cocaine

Eugene Elmer Clay Jr., larceny — third offense

Larry Wayne Cline, embezzlement (3 counts)

Ameshia Yvette Collins, grand larceny

Reginald Copeland, burglary — statutory, larceny, felony or A&B, unarmed

Elmer Savory Craig, drive while habitual offender — subsequent offense

Gina Lin Crocker, distribute schedule I or II drug (2 counts)

Phillip Icurtis Cross Jr., drive after forfeiture of license, third offense

William Eric Damon, sodomy — non-forcible (2 counts)

Timothy Fisher Eaton, grand larceny

Patrick Alto Evins, firearm — possess/transport/conceal by a convicted felon

Wallace Stanley Faulcon, larceny with intent to sell or distribute, grand larceny

Lynntavis Tervon Faulk, assault family/household member, third offense

Paul Gibbons, shoot, stab, cut or wound; unlawful attempted wounding

Thomas Elvin Grizzle Jr., child neglect/abuse — reckless disregard

Anthony Lamont Harris, sodomy — forcible or mental incapacitation, attempted; abduction, attempt to defile; burglary — statutory — murder— rape— robbery or arson; assault and battery

Balmer Harris, grand larceny

Tequila Renee Holley, failure to return bailed property

Gregory Dontorous Holliman, worthless check

Michael Bradley Johnson, burglary — statutory — building

Quheem Datrell Lassiter, possession of heroin with intent to distribute

Beulah Louise Lawrence, malicious wounding

Lorenzo Lawrence, robbery

John Paul Lebourhis, aggravated sexual battery — victim under 13 (12 counts)

Theodore Dean Lewis, distribute cocaine — third or subsequent offense (3 counts)

Anne Marston Lynch, embezzlement

Earlean Yvette Martin, child neglect/abuse — reckless disregard, malicious wounding

Charles Garrett Matthews II, possess cocaine

Kristin Diane Matthews, grand larceny (2 counts)

Cynthia Moore, embezzlement by a public officer

Ray Lonzer Morris, shoot, stab, cut or wound; unlawful wounding

Steven Austin Newton — larceny with intent to sell or distribute, grand larceny, burglary — statutory, larceny, felony or A&B, unarmed

Terence Lee Noel Jr., grand larceny (2 counts)

Daniel Waylon Outland, burglary — statutory — larceny — felony or A&B — unarmed abduction

Leonard Breon Pearson, firearm — possess/transport/conceal by a convicted felon

Ruth Ann Rice, burglary — statutory — larceny — felony or A&B — unarmed

Prenell Scott, grand larceny, burglary — statutory — larceny — felony or A&B — unarmed

Donald Floyd Simpson, larceny with intent to sell or distribute, grand larceny, burglary — statutory, larceny, felony or A&B, unarmed

Terry Francis Stroud Jr., burglary — statutory, larceny, felony or A&B, unarmed

Mathew James Swain, burglary — statutory, larceny, felony or A&B, unarmed; grand larceny

Braden Edward Taliaferro, forge public record

Andrew Marcel Tucker, firearm — possess/transport/conceal by a convicted felon

Joseph Randolph Tyler, drive while license suspended or revoked, receiving stolen property (felony), receiving stolen property (misdemeanor), reckless driving — endanger life, limb or property

Jeffrey Wayne Uhl, credit card theft (2 counts)

Daniel Edward Underwood II, distribute heroin — subsequent offense (2 counts), possess heroin

Earl Donte Wiggins, use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, malicious wounding, shoot, stab, cut or wound

Emmanuel Williams, sex offender – fail to register – violent offense (2 counts)

Marvin Craig Williams, embezzlement

Joe Le Winfield, forgery, uttering, petit larceny