Straub Pleads No Contest To Domestic Assault

By Sarah Richardson

A man from White Sulphur Springs, who was arrested on December 3, has pled no contest to domestic assault. Justin Edward Straub, 30, was taken into custody after ransacking an aprtment where he lived with two roommates.

Read more in the Monday, December 22, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Happiness Is A Warm Foster Puppy - Bring One Home Today

By Ashley Adkins

There's no better cure to the wintertime blues that cozying up by a fire with man's best friend, especially when doing so might save the lives of numerous shelter pups. Bursting at the seams with orphaned animals, the Greenbrier Humane Society is seeking foster homes to temporarily shelter 12 dogs that are awaiting placement with a rescue group in Rhode Island.

Read more in the Friday, December 19, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Caldwell Man Arrested For Alleged Wanton Endangerment, Domestic Battery

By Sarah Richardson

Earlier this month a man from Greenbrier County was arrested and charged with one misdemeanor charge and one felony charge. William Allen Kelly of Caldwell was placed under arrest on December 4 after Patrolman A.L. Workman with the Lewisburg Police Department responded to a 911 call made by the victim's mother.

Read more in the Monday, December 22, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Johnson Honored At Retirement Party

By Sarah Richardson

A heartwarming retirement party was held this week for Janet Johnson, alternate municipal court judge of Lewisburg. Many teary eyes filled the room as coworkers and family members expressed their gratitude toward Johnson and her 27 years of service to the city.

Read more in the Friday, December 19, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Couple Arrested For Allegedly Growing Marijuana

By Sarah Richardson

A couple from Greenbrier County have been arrested on the felony charge of manufacturing a controlled substance. Justin and Amy Crookshanks of Rainelle were after their landlord came to the West Virginia State Police on November 11 of this year with the suspicion that his tenants were growing marijuana, according to a criminal complaint filed by Cpl. W.S. Snyder of the West Virginia State Police Department.

Read more in the Monday, December 22, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Hanna Status Hearing Held In Sexual Assault Case

By Sarah Richardson

A motion hearing and trial date have been scheduled for a man indicted on one felony count of sexual assault in the first degree. Jonathan Mark Hanna of White Sulphur Springs appeared in front of 11th Judicial Circuit Judge Robert E. Richardson on December 15 for a status hearing.

Read more in the Friday, December 19, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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