An Accomack Grand Jury indicted 25 people Monday on more than 50 counts.
Included in those charges was a robbery count against a Louisiana man who was indicted two months ago for the killing of a Parksley area native.
The most recent indictment charges Jowarski Russell Nedd Jr., 28, of robbing homicide victim Albert Danny Hargis last August. At a preliminary hearing, evidence showed Nedd was seen after the murder with $3,800.
According to court records, Garrett W. Dunham, an Eastville lawyer, will not assist defense attorney Patrick Robbins of Accomac in the case. Dunham was allowed to step down due to an undisclosed conflict. The court appointed Norfolk lawyer Allan Zaleski to replace him.
Also indicted were:
•Thomas Lee Bailey, 21, of Temperanceville on a count of grand larceny in connection with the July 27, 2007, theft of property belonging to Lance Godwin Fisher;
•Gladene Walden Banks, 55, of Atlantic on a count of possession of cocaine on Feb. 14;
•Cecil M. Brown, 43, of Nassawadox on counts of breaking into the home of William Cullen and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon on March 2;
•James William Bruce, 24, of Keller on a count of child neglect and endangerment in connection with a Jan. 27 incident in which a child was burned with hot water;
•Tony Kevon Cuffee, 18, of Accomac on counts of breaking into Trina Allen’s home on Dec. 19, 2008, and breaking into Sheikesha Jackson’s home two days later;
•Marcus Mitchell Davis, 23, of Atlantic on four counts of maliciously shooting at an occupied vehicle on March 20;
•Clyde Roger Evans, 67, of Tangier on a count of aggravated sexual battery involving a 13-year -old between July 1 and 8, 2007.
•Pierre Cheyenne Gore, 26, of New Church on a count of eluding an officer on April 15;
•Kerwin Antwon Harmon, 29, of Nelsonia on a count of malicious maiming on Jan. 23;
•James Lamont Johnson, 34, of Belle Haven on a count of credit-card fraud between July 24 and 29, 2008;
•Arthur Alexander Jones III, 25, of Bloxom on a count of leaving the scene of an accident on March 9 in which Dynel Taran Downing, 21, of Greenbush died;
•Christopher James Justis, 20, of Parksley on counts of burglary and grand larceny in connection with incidents at Latinos Market on Sept. 30, 2008, Accomack Little League’s concession stand on Oct 5, 2008, North South Sneaker store on Oct. 2, 2008, and the home of David Matthews on Oct. 16, 2008; and on a count of stealing William Crowe’s property on Oct. 23, 2008;
•Crystal Tipton, 31, of Quinby also was indicted in connection with the incidents at the concession stand, sneaker store and Matthews’ home. Julia Marie Vermeal, 19, of Parksley was indicted in connection with the incident at Latinos Market and the concession stand; and Bobby Young III, 19, of Bloxom was indicted in connection with the incident at the Matthews home.
•Keith Cornell Kellam, 20, of Nassawadox on a count of assault and battery of Trooper S.N. Kulick on Feb. 8;
•Mario Kellam, 22, of Norfolk on counts of robbing Edward Sherwood Gunter on Nov. 22 and use of a firearm in the incident;
•Daniel Steven Kovach, age unavailable, of Virginia Beach on a count of embezzling from American Legion Post 159 in Chincoteague on Oct. 18, 2008;
•James E. Logan, 25, of Melfa on a count of possession of cocaine on Jan. 31;
•Andrew Wesley McDonald Jr., 33, on counts of eluding and assault and battery of Chincoteague Officer Ryan Daisey on March 14;
•Ray Phillip Padgett Jr., 35, of Parksley on a count of shoplifting from Fresh Pride in Parksley on March 13;
•Robert Wayne Poulson, 53, of Keller on a count of receiving stolen property on March 7;
•Robert Revels, 22, of Horntown on a count of stealing firearms belonging to Thomas and Keith Harmon on Dec. 10, 2008;
•Jason Michael Rienerth, 19, of Onancock on counts of burglary and grand larceny of Zununs on Sept. 29, 2008, and burglary of the Hospice Thrift Store in Onancock on Oct. 5, 2008;
•Marquita M. Savage, 33, of Belle Haven on a count of credit-card fraud and forgery on July 28, 2008;
•William Carlton Taylor, 58, of Bloxom on Jan. 31 counts of possession of cocaine, having a firearm while possessing a controlled substance and possession of firearm after having been convicted of a felony.