(02/16/2001)
From Court Records

A criminal case, the State of West Virginia vs. Darrell E. Blake, Jr. will be heard before the Circuit Court of Calhoun County next Thursday, according to court records. Blake has filed numerous motions appealing his case from Denmar Correctional Center where he is incarcerated for wanton endangerment. Judge Thomas C. Evans III will preside over the session.

The incident involved a firearm which was reportedly discharged by Blake, involving Raymond Slocum of Grantsville in the presence children. He is represented by attorney David Karickhoff.

In other cases, Darrell L. Neal, 29, of Chloe is facing sexual abuse and assault charges from a July, 2000 incident by a custodian with a minor female. The court will hear pre-plea motions and arraignment. He is represented by attorney Drew Patton.

A Chloe man Timothy Oral Mace, 34, is being charged with a felony, counterfeiting a license plate from an incident in July, 2000. The court will hear pre-plea motions and arraignment. He is represented by attorney Drew Patton.

Jeremy Dilgard, 19, of Grantsville is standing trial for a petit larceny which happened in May, 2000. He is charged with stealing a car hood from Furr's Auto. The court will hear pre-plea motions and arraignment. He is represented by attorney Drew Patton.

An Orma man, 35-year-old Stephen Summers, will stand trial for stealing tools and equipment from C. Dale Booher in November, 1995. The charge is for petit larceny. Pretrial motions and arraignment will be processed by his attorney Drew Patton.

State of West Virginia vs. Teddy Lewis Moss will be processed, filing for information and entry of a plea. Attorney Daniel Fowler is representing Moss.

There are three civil cases on the docket:

Wiley and Victoria Dorsey vs. Robert Caim
J. Wesley Chenoweth et als vs. H. R. Barr et als
Bruce , Janet and Dessie Jett vs. Columbia West Virginia, a corporation

At least six drug and alcohol cases are also being placed on the docket. (SEE story tomorrow)


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