CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- A Kanawha County grand jury indicted a Charleston man with malicious wounding and wanton endangerment over a shooting on the West Side last year.
Dana J. Stevenson, 22, was also indicted on a charge of attempted first-degree robbery.
Police say in November, Stevenson tried to rob a man of his jewelry before firing multiple shots, hitting the victim once in his thigh.
The alleged incident occurred near Berkeley Street and Maryland Avenue, according to police.
In all, a Kanawha grand jury indicted 47 defendants earlier this month. An indictment is not a finding of fact; it only means that grand jurors have decided that enough evidence exists to warrant a criminal trial.
Judge Jennifer Bailey, March 5, 9:30 a.m.
Timothy Paul Burdette Jr., 28, of Jefferson, third offense domestic battery, burglary and petit larceny; Donna Jean Corder, 48, of Chesapeake, forgery and uttering; Lisa Hannah Goodnite, 33, of Nitro, grand larceny and possession of stolen vehicle; Michael Erin Mlejnek, 33, of Charleston, embezzlement; Christopher Andrew Rader, 29, grand larceny and possession of stolen vehicle.Judge Charles E. King, March 20, 11:30 a.m.
Lakisha L. Anderson, 35, of Charleston, drug charges; Steven Blackburn, 25, of St. Albans, grand larceny, burglary and fraudulent use of an access device; Kenneth Lee England, 53, of Charleston, second offense failure to register as a sex offender; Jason Griffin, 38, of Matthews, N.C., breaking and entering and petit larceny; Tameeka D. King, 27, of Handley, child neglect creating risk of serious bodily injury or death; Sandi J. Maberry, 38, of Charleston, embezzlement; Donna K. Gandee, 40, of Charleston, fraudulent schemes; James R. Arthur, 42, of Charleston, fraudulent schemes; Michael Martin, 39, of Dunbar, drug charges.