Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

Outstanding Warrants

July 15, 2012

Active warrants in Mercer County

BLUEFIELD — This publication is an attempt to resolve active warrants on file with the Mercer County Sheriff’s Department. Individuals named herein are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Personal identifiers such as dates of birth and Social Security numbers are on file with the Mercer County Sheriff’s Department to resolve cases of mistaken identity. Individuals named in this publication are urged to call the Mercer County Sheriff’s Department at 304-487-8364. If you have any information about these individuals, contact the Mercer County Sheriff’s Department or your local municipal or state law enforcement agencies.

• David C. Beatty, 43, Walnut Street, Princeton, driving suspended/ no insurance, warrant dated July 6, 2012.

• Bradley Cosby,  age unavailable, Barlow Road, Bramwell,    child support warrant, warrant dated July 2, 2012.

• Chad Doyle, 22, of Princeton, destruction of property, warrant dated June 21, 2012

• Tiea Lozaw, age unavailable, Adairs Run Road, Princeton, worthless check, warrant dated June 28, 2012.

• Michael Meadows, age unavailable, Waxberry, Princeton,    worthless check, warrant dated May 18, 2012.

• Wendy Mitchem, age unavailable, Kale Road, Princeton, worthless check, warrant dated June 29, 2012.

• Kenneth Murray, age unavailable, Coppaloas, Brushfork, domestic battery, warrant dated June 5, 2012.

• Pamela Peak, age unavailable, Maple Acres, Princeton, DUI, warrant dated July 5, 2012.

• Fred Sheppard,  age unavailable, Lavender Lane, Princeton, worthless check/Fayette County, warrant dated June 29, 2012.

• Michael Taylor, age unavailable, River Road, Bluefield, Tazewell Court Capais, warrant dated June 20, 2012.

• Billy Joe Turner, 35, address unavailable, petit larceny, warrant dated Oct. 20, 2010.        

• Stevie D. Wiley, age unavailable, HC 71 Princeton, worthless checks x 2, warrant dated April 28, 2012.

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