Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

Outstanding Warrants

May 11, 2014

Tazewell County warrants May 11

TAZEWELL, Va. — The Tazewell County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking the following individuals. Anyone with information concerning the whereabouts of these individuals can call the sheriff’s office at 276-988-1167 or the Tazewell County 911 Center at  276-988-0902.

• Carl William Reimche, 25, Princeton. Wanted for failure to appear for possession of burglary tools.

• Staci Louise Parker, 31, Bluefield. Wanted for probation violation related to credit card theft.

• Michael Lawrence Graham, Pilgrims Knob, Va. Wanted for probation violation on a charge of conspiracy to sell/distribute oxycodone.

• Kristen Lorin Hughes, 33, Bluefield. Wanted for failure to appear on a charge of concealment.

• Charles D. Phillips, 44, Hurley, Va. Wanted for probation violation pertaining to charges of prescription fraud.

• Daniel Lee Muncy Jr., 43, Berwin. Wanted for probation violation pertaining to charges of abduction.

• Brian Lee Oiler, 40, Montcalm. Wanted for probation violation pertaining to charges of felony concealment.

• Jennifer Lynn Hampton, 34, Pounding Mill,Va. Wanted for charges of felony uttering and false pretense.

• Valerie Jean Jackson, 41, Richlands, Va. Wanted for failure to appear on charges of possession of marijuana.

• Angela Denise Jones, 45, Bluefield. Wanted for failure to appear on felony charges of concealment.

• Elmer Eugene Morris, 52, of Martinsburg. Wanted for probation violation on felony charges of distribution of oxycodone.

• Melissa Mae Dudleson, 39, of Bluefield. Wanted for failure to appear on felony charges of possession Sch. I/II drugs.

• Anthony Donald Sexton, 28, of Iaeger. Wanted for probation violation on felony charges of possession of stolen vehicle.

• Michael D. Blankenship, 33, of Bluefield, Va. Wanted for probation violation related to prescription fraud.

• Shellie C. Musick, 55, Bluefield. Wanted for probation violation for shoplifting.

• George A. Roland, 56, Bluefield. Wanted for failure to appear for shoplifting.

• Cynthia Anne Hollyfield, 40, Parkersburg. Wanted on charges of probation violation for forgery of check.

• Terry Scott Hager, 51, of Bluefield, Va. Wanted on charges of fail to appear for driving under influence of narcotics.

• Ronald Lee Hutchens, Jr., 42, of Bluefield, Va. Wanted on charges of assault and battery.

• Sylvia Jean Wright, 46, of Richlands, Va. Wanted for probation violation for embezzlement and larceny.

• Joe Amorine Hagy, 37, of Tazewell, Va. Wanted for 2 felony charges of bad checks.

• Brian Keith Mullin, 41, of Bluefield. Wanted for probation violation on charge of 3rd offense larceny.

• Darryl Iveson Shrader, 54, of Bluefield,Va. Wanted for 2 count felony indictment for possession of cocaine and hydromorphone.

• Melissa Ann Harter, 42, of Richlands,Va. Wanted for failure to appear on charge of obtaining narcotics by fraud.

• Gerald David Hosack, 30, of Clarksburg. Wanted for probation violation on charge of larceny 3rd offense.

• Kimbert Allan Yates, 37, of Richlands, Va. Wanted for 1 count felony indictment for distribution of narcotics.

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