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60 arrests were made Saturday

Feb. 03, 2014 @ 12:00 AM

BARBOURSVILLE -- There were 60 people arrested and booked Saturday night in West Virginia's Regional Jails.

Locally, there were 16 people booked into the Western Regional Jail at Barboursville. Thirteen people were booked into the Southern Regional Jail.

At Barboursville, many of the people booked were booked on felony charges.

Ibrahim Moro Koroma, 25, was booked at 1 a.m. Sunday brought in by Cabell County authorities on a felony charge. He was charged with a bond revocation.

Joshua Edward Workman, 23, was booked at 12:35 a.m. Sunday. He was brought in by Mason County authorities on a felony charge of a fugitive from justice.

Evan Wayne Mullins, 21, was booked at 1:05 a.m. He was brought in by Putnam County authorities on a felony charge of grand larceny and a misdemeanor charge of burglary, possession of a counter access device.

Jonathan Lee Adkins, 40, was booked at 2:05 a.m. He was brought in by Wayne County authorities on charges of arson and second-degree burning of a building or structure. Adkins' bond was set at $30,000.

Also brought in at that time by Wayne County authorities was Nolan Walter Spence, 53. Spence was charged with five counts of felony possession of a controlled substance with a intent to deliver. His bond was set at $125,000.

Charles Edward Terrell, 59, was brought in at 3:35 a.m. by Cabell County authorities with a felony charge of malicious assault or battery.

Ralph Gene Midkiff, 38, was brought in at 4:05 a.m. Sunday by Cabell County authorities on a felony charge of violation of home confinement.

Cavanaugh George Smith, 28, was brought in at 9 a.m. Sunday by Harrison County authorities. He is currently brought over weekly to Barboursville while serving out a sentence on a felony charge of possession with intent to deliver.



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