Apr 6, Police: Larry Gene Edwards, of no fixed address, was charged Tuesday in Berkeley County Magistrate Court with felony failure to register as a sex offender, an offense punishable with between one and five years in prison. Edwards was convicted in January on two felony sexual abuse charges and sentenced to serve five-to years in prison. In September , state police say Edwards provided an address on his life time sexual offender registration of B Charles Town Road, Kearneysville. The bartender said Edwards did not live there; however, he did frequent the establishment, the complaint stated.
She also told the trooper that Edwards, whom police say was homeless, had not beenat the bar since having a heart attack two weeks prior, according to court records.
He was also indicted in with three counts of failure to register as a sex offender, however the felony charges were dropped in favor of a misdemeanor plea in magistrate court. Ronald Lee Jenkins entered his plea before U. Trumble, admitting to distributing the drug in Berkeley County. The case was prosecuted by Special Assistant U.
Attorney Stephanie Taylor, who splits her time between federal and state court drug cases in Berkeley County. The abuse allegedly occurred between and , police said. Last year, the mother of three of the victims came forward to report the abuse, the complaint stated. Deputies were able to determine that while some abuse occurred in Virginia, other incidents happened on the Jefferson County side of Kearneysville, court records show.
He would also have to register as a sex offender for the remainder of his life once released from incarceration. Smith, 25, of Virginia Avenue, and Gary Jenkins, 49, of Pendleton Drive, were each charged in Berkeley County Magistrate Court with felony child neglect and simple possession of heroin. The charges stem from a Monday evening complaint state police received from the management of the Knights Inn located at Edwin Miller Boulevard in Martinsburg, court records show.
Jenkins also admitted to using crack and heroin less than an hour prior to driving to the room, police said. Five co-conspirators pleaded guilty to similar charges in February. Kassim is accused of participating in a conspiracy in which New York City-based smugglers would buy tax-free cigarettes from the Smoke Palace, a Winchester, Virginia, cigarette shop, then drive them to New York City for sale. Attorney William Ihlenfeld II. The man has twice been convicted in federal court on crack cocaine distribution charges, according to federal records.
Marshals Service find Barclay because a probation officer had petitioned to revoke his supervised release, according to a criminal complaint. Barclay had failed to update his residence, contact his probation officer and failed drug screens, according to the petition. After being taken into custody, the municipal police officer found 3. He can be reached at , ext.