Murder charges headline Carroll indictments


Lambert, Nofsinger and Lambert all indicted Monday in Carroll

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Three people with charges related to the death or attempted death of other individuals were indicted Monday by a Carroll County Grand Jury.

Joseph Alan Lambert, Richard Denny Nofsinger, Jr. and Eric Sean Repass all were among the 54 people indicted Monday in Carroll County Circuit Court. Lambert was indicted Monday for one count each of law-enforcement officer killed as a result of a pursuit and reckless driving causing the death of another in the March 9 traffic death of Carroll County Sheriff’s Deputy Curtis A. Bartlett.

Nofsinger was indicted Monday for one count each of capital murder and first-degree murder in the March 10, 2016 deaths of Alyssa Kenny and her infant daughter, Anastasia Alley.

Eric Sean Repass was indicted for two counts of attempted capital murder and many other charges Monday after a chase in Carroll County on May 11 that resulted in shots fired. Repass was also indicted Monday with two counts of grand larceny auto, four counts of grand larceny, four counts of statutory burglary, two counts of assault and battery on a police officer, two counts of eluding a law enforcement officer, two counts of use of a firearm in the commission of a felony, two counts of receiving stolen property, and one count each of destruction of property, possession of a firearm while in possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine), possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine), and possession of a firearm after being convicted of a violent felony.

Lambert’s indictments come as the result of a police chase on March 9 in Carroll County. According to the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, Lieutenant W.R. Lyons attempted to stop a 4-door sedan traveling south on Interstate 77 at the 18-mile marker in Carroll County shortly before 10 p.m. that evening. Radar registered the vehicle traveling 87 miles per hour in a posted 65 mph zone.

“The Lieutenant activated his patrol vehicle’s emergency lights, but the sedan refused to stop and a pursuit was initiated. The sedan continued south on I-77 and took Exit 14 to Route 58,” according to the Carroll County’s Sheriff’s Office in a press release at the time. “The sedan headed west on Route 58 and then turned onto Airport Road. The car continued through a field, struck a fence, and eventually made its way into the backyard of a nearby residential neighborhood where it finally stopped. The driver, Joseph A. Lambert, 22, of Goodview, then fled on foot, but was apprehended moments later. Lambert was taken into custody without further incident.”

Carroll County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Curtis A. Bartlett, 32, was responding to assist with the ongoing pursuit in Carroll County traveling west on Route 58 with emergency lights and sirens activated when he collided with a tractor-trailer making a left turn onto Route 58 from the Interstate 77 Exit 14 ramp. Deputy Bartlett died at the scene.

Nofsinger, 38, was originally arrested May 17, 2016 by members of the Galax Police Department and Carroll County Sheriff’s Office in the deaths of Alyssa Kenny and her infant daughter. On March 10 of that year, a Galax Police Officer responded to a home on Laurel Street and discovered the bodies of the mother and daughter – deaths that were obviously caused by a violent attack, Galax Police said at the time. Nofsinger was then charged with Capital Murder in the death of Anastasia Alley and Murder in the First Degree in the death of Alyssa Kenny.

Repass was originally charged on May 11 after Deputy Trevor Carico observed a stolen vehicle from a previous residential break-in reported earlier in the day. Deputy Carico initiated his emergency equipment and attempted to stop the stolen car on the U.S. 58 Bypass around Hillsville. The car refused to stop, and after a chase, Deputy Carico attempted to approach the vehicle when two shots were fired from the car. Repass, 44, was later found in the area by K9 Pike and arrested, after a perimeter was set up in the area.

Also indicted Monday in Carroll County were:

Stacy Lynn Adams was indicted for petit larceny third offense.

Brandon Nicole Akers was indicted for grand larceny.

Paul Eugene Arthur, II was indicted for possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine).

Christy Nicole Bright was indicted for shoplifting.

Rachel Lynn Bryson was indicted for possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine).

Roy Lee Burris was indicted for one count each of assault and battery on a police officer and statutory burglary.

Jeremiah James Caudill was indicted for carrying a concealed weapon second offense.

Dakota J. Chalmers was indicted for possession of a Schedule II drug (cocaine).

Dakota Shane Dickerson was indicted for carnal knowledge of a child.

Gary Leon Duncan was indicted for abduction.

Codie Nathaniel Fletcher was indicted for escape.

Jean Paul German was indicted for possession of a Schedule II drug.

James Richard Grimes was indicted for eluding a law enforcement officer.

Marvin Lee Grubb was indicted for shoplifting.

Juan Carlos Guzman-Ortiz was indicted for shoplifting.

Justin T. Harp was indicted for possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine).

Kelly Marie Hawks was indicted for six counts of uttering.

Robert Lee Hawks was indicted for malicious wounding.

Timothy Michael Hoffman was indicted for eluding a law enforcement officer.

Darla Dawn Jarvis was indicted for grand larceny.

Steven Tyler Jones was indicted for one count each of statutory burglary and unauthorized use of an automobile.

Travis Dayton Largen was indicted for possession of a Schedule II drug with intent to distribute (methamphetamine).

Robert Eli Scott Lawson was indicted for one count each of eluding a law enforcement officer and possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine).

Andrea Nicole Lee was indicted for one count each of bribery and assault and battery on a police officer.

Dennis Chase McMillian was indicted for one count each of attempted malicious wounding and strangulation.

Thomas William Medley was indicted for five counts of bad checks.

Sammy Ray Moore was indicted for assault and battery against a family or household member – third case.

Kimberly Annette Moorefield was indicted for possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine).

Rande Carvel Neal was indicted for possession of a Schedule II drug (oxycodone and acetaminphen).

Rhonda Ann Ousley was indicted for driving under the influence third in 10 years.

Michael David Owens was indicted for two counts of statutory burglary and one count of possession of burglary tools.

Michael David Patterson was indicted for shoplifting third offense.

Brittany Donual Payne was indicted for grand larceny.

Cassie Janel Perdue was indicted for shoplifting third offense.

Kimberly Nichole Peters was indicted for shoplifting.

Travina Kay Quesenberry was indicted for possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine).

Rufus Duane Ratcliffe was indicted for possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine).

Deborah Lynn Rector was indicted for driving under the influence third in 10 years.

James Robert Reno was indicted for two counts of possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine, and oxycodone and acetaminophen).

Randall Scott Rhudy was indicted for one count each of possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine) and eluding a law enforcement officer.

Adrian Jose Romero was indicted for one count each of possession of a firearm after being convicted of a violent felony, possession of a firearm while in possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine), possession with intent to distribute 10 grams or 20 grams or more methamphetamine mixture, and possession of a possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine) with intent to distribute.

Alejondro Rubio Rubio was indicted for two counts of forgery of a public document and one count of escape.

Bradley Melton Sechrist was indicted for two counts of abuse and neglect of a child.

Tammy Lynn Sechrist was indicted for two counts of abuse and neglect of a child.

David Lee Simpson, II was indicted for possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine).

Joseph William Sink was indicted for possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine).

Cody Lee Spencer was indicted for petit larceny third offense.

Brandon Cory Thomas was indicted for credit card theft.

Isaiah Scott Thompson was indicted for abuse and neglect of a child.

Charles Alexander Wheeler was indicted for one count each of possession of a firearm after being convicted of a felony and possession of ammunition after being convicted of a felony.

Gavin Ray Williams was indicted for abduction.

Lambert
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Nofsinger
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Repass
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Lambert, Nofsinger and Lambert all indicted Monday in Carroll
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