According to Magistrate Court records, the following individuals were either arrested or had activity in their cases.
In Magistrate Janet Kershner-Vanover's court:
Steven M. Arbogast, 37, of Valley Head, appeared in court December 31 on charges of game violation and conspiring in a game violation. Bond was set at a total of $500.
Hayes A. Arobgast, 42, of Monterville, appeared in court December 31 on two counts of game violation. Bond was set at a total of $500.
Gary L. Williams, of Monterey, Virginia, was arrested January 5 on a charge of abuse and neglect. Bond was set at $25,000.
In Magistrate Kathy Beverage's court:
David S. White, 27, of Bartow, was arrested January 6 on two counts of wanton endangerment. Bond was set at a total of $50,000. He is currently housed at the Tygart Valley Regional Jail.
Charles Edward Sheets, 38, of Marlinton, pleaded no contest January 7 to a charge of shoplifting. He was assessed a $100 fine, $159.50 in court costs, a $25 arrest fee and ordered to pay $50 restitution to Foodland.
Natasha N. Tincher, 20, of Marlinton, appeared in court January 7 on a charge of possession of a controlled substance. She was given unsupervised probation to expire July 7, 2010 and assessed $165.50 in court costs.
A charge of domestic assault against Darrell G. Rudd, 56, of Hillsboro, was dismissed January 7 per motion of Assistant Prosecutor J.L. Clifton due to insufficient evidence to prosecute.
Codie M. Gibson, 22, of Marlinton, pleaded guilty January 7 to charges of no rabies tags and failure to register and vaccinate. He was assessed a $35 fine and $319 in court costs. Two counts of no rabies tags and two counts of failure to register and vaccinate were dismissed by joint motion. The dogs in question were under six months of age and not subject to the statute.
Wiley Gorham Bradley, III, 28, of Cullowhee, North Carolina, pleaded guilty January 7 to a charge of speeding. Per plea agreement, he plead to 24 mph in a 15 mph school zone. He was assessed a $100 fine and $159.50 court costs.
A charge of domestic battery against Mario Ismael S. Selaya, 27, of Bartow, was dismissed by motion of the defendant because discovery was not provided to counsel in a timely manner.