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New Indictments From Shenandoah Valley Multi-Jurisdiction Grand Jury

[ 0 ] July 26, 2021 |

File photo : Nelson County Commonwealth Attorney Daniel Rutherford (above) made the announcement of the indictments Monday afternoon, July 26, 2021.

Daniel L. Rutherford, Nelson County Commonwealth’s Attorney

On Monday afternoon, Nelson County Commonwealth’s Attorney Daniel Rutherford announced that, after a ten-month investigation, the Shenandoah Valley Multi-Jurisdiction Grand Jury returned indictments on twenty-two individuals involved in distributing methamphetamine within Central Virginia and the Shenandoah Valley.

The Multi-Jurisdiction Grand Jury returned indictments of racketeering and distributing 250 grams or more of methamphetamine, within a 12-month period, while acting as a leader of a criminal enterprise on:

Donavan Lacy Smith of Afton, Virginia,
Brandon Scott Spivey of Tyro, Virginia,
Richard Daniel Acord of Lovingston, Virginia, and Dakota Scott Bozga of Waynesboro, Virginia.

The Multi-Jurisdiction Grand Jury returned indictments of racketeering and conspiracy to distribute 200 grams or more of methamphetamine on:

Dionte Conrad Barbour of Charlottesville, Virginia, Kelly Lynn Painter of Waynesboro, Virginia,
Matthew McKinley Painter of Waynesboro, Virginia, and Sarina Davis of Lyndhurst, Virginia.

The Multi-Jurisdiction Grand Jury returned indictments of racketeering and conspiracy to distribute 28 grams or more of methamphetamine on:

James Brian Patterson of Lyndhurst, Virginia, and Mark Eliot Dibenedetto of Staunton, Virginia,

The Multi-Jurisdiction Grand Jury returned an indictment of racketeering on:

Kristopher Kalin Kallis of Staunton, Virginia, Kristopher Ian Horn of Linden, Virginia,
Tony Ray Marion, Sr. of Lyndhurst, Virginia, David Nathan Brent of Staunton, Virginia, Terrance Michael Jones of Waynesboro, Virginia, Don Wayne Smith of Afton, Virginia,

Brittany Hodge of Swoope, Virginia,
Frank Scott Blackwell of Churchville, Virginia, John David Bozga of Afton, Virginia, and
Wilson Wayne Robertson, Jr. of Wingina, Virginia.

The Multi-Jurisdiction Grand Jury returned an indictment for distributing 200 grams or more of methamphetamine on Scotty Wayne Dameron of Afton, Virginia and an indictment for distributing a Schedule I/II Controlled Substance on Justin Michael Crimi of Nellysford, Virginia.

These cases are being prosecuted by Erik A. Laub, Deputy Commonwealth’s Attorney and Daniel L. Rutherford, Commonwealth’s Attorney for the County of Nelson. It was investigated by the Skyline Task Force, the

is composed of investigators from the Augusta County Sheriff’s Office, the Staunton Police Department, and the Virginia State Police.

The JADE Task Force is comprised of investigators from Albemarle County Police Department, the Nelson County Sheriff’s Office and the Virginia State Police.

Charges contained in these indictments are merely accusations, and not evidence of guilt. Evidence supporting the charges must be presented to a trial jury. Every defendant is presumed innocent until proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

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