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Style Widget Variations tied into the Color Chooser, as well as structural suffixes.

Included are 14 widget class suffixes / variations which provide independent widget styling, ranging from styled suffixes such as bg1-5 and title1-5, to structural suffixes such as basic and flush.

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Style Widget Variations tied into the Color Chooser, as well as structural suffixes.

Included are 14 widget class suffixes / variations which provide independent widget styling, ranging from styled suffixes such as bg1-5 and title1-5, to structural suffixes such as basic and flush.

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Style Widget Variations tied into the Color Chooser, as well as structural suffixes.

Included are 14 widget class suffixes / variations which provide independent widget styling, ranging from styled suffixes such as bg1-5 and title1-5, to structural suffixes such as basic and flush.

(more …)

Style Widget Variations tied into the Color Chooser, as well as structural suffixes.

Included are 14 widget class suffixes / variations which provide independent widget styling, ranging from styled suffixes such as bg1-5 and title1-5, to structural suffixes such as basic and flush.

(more …)

Style Widget Variations tied into the Color Chooser, as well as structural suffixes.

Included are 14 widget class suffixes / variations which provide independent widget styling, ranging from styled suffixes such as bg1-5 and title1-5, to structural suffixes such as basic and flush.

(more …)

Style Widget Variations tied into the Color Chooser, as well as structural suffixes.

Included are 14 widget class suffixes / variations which provide independent widget styling, ranging from styled suffixes such as bg1-5 and title1-5, to structural suffixes such as basic and flush.

(more …)

Style Widget Variations tied into the Color Chooser, as well as structural suffixes.

Included are 14 widget class suffixes / variations which provide independent widget styling, ranging from styled suffixes such as bg1-5 and title1-5, to structural suffixes such as basic and flush.

(more …)

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Putnam County indictments

Putnam County Prosecuting Attorney Mark A. Sorsaia reports that 36 indictments were returned by the March Putnam County Grand jury. An indictment is merely a formal accusation of guilt, and accused defendants are presumed innocent unless proven guilty.

Carl E. Baker (400 block of Woods Drive, St. Albans, W.Va.); manufacturing a controlled substance and possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance.

Mary L. Barnette (Windsong Acres, Winfield); welfare fraud.

Matthew S. Bowen (200 block of Jamestown Road, Nitro, W.Va.); daytime burglary and grand larceny.

Jonathan R. Brewer (Route 1, Poca); three counts of uttering a forged writing.

Summer L. Burford (3200 block of Winfield Road, Winfield); six counts each third degree sexual assault and third degree sexual abuse.

Charles A. Burns (200 block of Offut Drive, Charleston); breaking and entering an automobile, grand larceny, destruction and two counts fraudulent use of an unauthorized access device.

Eric S. Call (Route 1, Milton); driving on a revoked license –DUI related third offense.

Jennifer L. Casto (1000 block of U.S. 35 North, Pliny); possession of substances to be used as precursors to manufacture methamphetamine and conspiracy to operate a clandestine drug laboratory.

Jessica M. Casto (500 block of Maury Lane, Hurricane); possession of substances to be used as precursors to manufacture methamphetamine and conspiracy to operate a clandestine drug laboratory.

Robert T. Cunningham (Miller Drive, Culloden); burglary and petit larceny.

Tammy L. Eades (900 block of Amity Drive, Charleston); grand larceny.

Brandon R. Grishaber (Bayliss Drive, Sod, W.Va.); burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary and grand larceny.

Heather J. Gritt (School Lane, Red House); possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance.

Mark S. Henley (2500 block of Hayslette Avenue, Hurricane); burglary, two counts grand larceny, three counts forgery, three counts uttering a forged writing, three counts obtaining property by the fraudulent use of a credit card, and person prohibited from possessing a firearm.

Ricky Isaac, III (1400 block of U.S. 35 North, Fraziers Bottom); possession of substances to be used as precursors to manufacture methamphetamine and conspiracy to operate a clandestine drug laboratory.

Cole M. Johnson (Stoneridge Drive, Hurricane); grand larceny.

Michael J. Kelley (4800 block of Washington Street W, Cross Lanes); computer fraud.

Terra E. Lanham (900 block of Cross Roads Village, Nitro, W.Va.); driving on a revoked license – DUI related, second offense and littering.

Michelle B. Legrand aka Candace Gibson (1600 block of Charleston Avenue, Huntington); four counts forgery of a public record and obstructing an officer.

Ashley C. Lucas (10000 block of Bedford Chapel Road, Milton); nine counts each of Forgery and uttering a forged writing.

Leanna K. Luikart (200 block of Tims Street, Buffalo); welfare fraud.

Carolyn S. Lykins (600 block of Riverbend Way, Grayson, Ky.); obtaining money by false pretense, attempt to obtain money by false pretense and fraudulent scheme.

Bart L. Martin (School Lane, Red House); possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance and conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance.

Raymond E. Martin, Jr. (1500 block of U.S. 35 North, Pliny); possession of substances to be used as precursors to manufacture methamphetamine and conspiracy to operate a clandestine drug laboratory.

Jerry L. Meadows (100 block of Colony Way, Nitro, W.Va.); sexual abuse by a parent, guardian, custodian, or other person in a position of trust and sexual abuse in the first degree.

Michael S. Mortazavi (100 block of 9th Avenue, Buffalo); two counts each of breaking and entering, grand larceny and forgery and seven counts of fraudulent use of an access device.

Stephanie N. Mullins (100 block of Sable Point Drive, Hurricane and of Culloden Manor, Culloden); nighttime burglary, daytime burglary and petit larceny.

David M. Myers (200 block of Irene Circle, Hurricane); receiving stolen property.

Mark E. Pierce (Barn Drive, Culloden); grand larceny and person prohibited from possessing a firearm.

Lesa A. Ramey (1000 block of Florida Street, Milton); conspiracy to possess substances to be used as precursors to manufacture methamphetamine and attempt to manufacture a controlled substance.

Stephen C. Reed (Bette Lane, Hurricane); burglary, possession of a stolen vehicle, domestic assault, brandishing, and driving on a revoked license.

Brandon J. Riffee (6500 block of McLane Pike, Red House); four counts of driving on a revoked license — DUI related, third offense.

Joshua T. Rose (200 block of Joyce Road, Scott Depot); two counts each of robbery in the first degree and conspiracy to commit robbery in the first degree.

Melissa J. Salmons (1000 block of Florida Street, Milton); conspiracy to possess substances to be used as a precursors to manufacture methamphetamine and attempt to manufacture a controlled substance.

Christie L. Sanders (8000 block of Park Avenue, Hamlin, W.Va.); grand larceny and destruction of property.

William B. Shingleton (Poca); 20 counts of possessing material visually portraying a minor engaged in sexually explicit conduct.

Michael J. Smith (800 block of Florida Street, Milton); conspiracy to possess substances to be used as a precursors to manufacture methamphetamine and attempt to manufacture a controlled substance.

Mark D. Sowards (Route 3, Hurricane); failure to provide notice of registration changes.

Gary W. Taylor (Route 1, Red House); two counts each of malicious assault and domestic battery, and one count of child abuse resulting in injury.

Susanne H. Thomas (3300 block of Clymers Creek, Hurricane); two counts of driving under the combined influence of alcohol and any controlled substance causing death and driving under the influence of controlled substances causing bodily injury.

Jessica M. Walker (Bayliss Drive, Sod, W.Va.); burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary and grand larceny.

Robin M. Ward (300 block of Kanawha Street, St. Albans, W.Va.); forgery and uttering a forged writing.

John A. Watts (700 block of Bellefonte Road, Ashland, Ky.); embezzlement.

Melissa M. Weiford (Rustic Highlands, Hurricane); four counts of fraudulent scheme.

Article source: http://www.herald-dispatch.com/news/putnam/x1311104843/No-Headline

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