Drug-related charges make up nearly half of grand jury’s January indictments
Nearly half of the 31 individuals indicted Jan. 14 by a Loudoun County Grand Jury face drug-related charges, according to a report released Friday by the county’s Commonwealth Attorney’s Office.
The remaining indictments were for charges stemming from grand larceny to fourth offense DUIs to financial crimes, such as bad checks, credit card fraud and embezzlement.
Among the individuals indicted on drug-related charges were:
• Robert John Dingle of Manassas, who was charged May 24 with possession with intent to distribute marijuana.
• Nathan Douglas Joyner of Winchester, who was charged Sept. 25, with distributing cocaine.
• Kaira Cyrjelle Robertson of Fairmont, W.Va., who was charged Sept. 11 with possession with intent to distribute a schedule I or II controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance I or II.
• Alexander Richard Scharf of Ashburn, who was charged Sept. 5 with possession with intent to distribute marijuana and no operator license.
• Tony Ta of Ashburn, who was charged Aug. 1 with possession with intent to distribute marijuana.
• Erik James Vinson of Ashburn, who was charged June 6 with distributing marijuana.
The Loudoun County Grand Jury will meet again Feb. 11 and will return indictments the following day.
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