A Mecklenburg County Grand Jury issued nine indictments to individuals in September. An indictment is not a verdict of guilt but rather a formal accusation initiating a criminal case. 

Tristin Booth of South Hill is charged with attempted first-degree murder of Dontavious Wilson, use of a firearm in commission of a felony, malicious assault resulting in a victim injury, and attempting to shoot, stab, cut, or wound another person in commission of a felony. 

Travis Thompson of South Hill is charged with felony distribution for sell or profit of a Schedule I or II drug, possession of a firearm while in unlawful possession of a Schedule I or II drug, and buying or receiving a stolen firearm.

Kenneth Wilborne of South Hill is charged with two felony counts of possession of a Schedule I or II drug. 

Darrius Young of Oxford, NC is charged with forging a public record and fishing/hunting without a license. 

Damon Gregg of Clarksville is charged with felony possession of a Schedule I or II drug. 

Niicole Jones of Brodnax is charged with destruction of property.

Lavondie Pettus of Centreville is charged with felony eluding police officers. 

Joseph Russo of Emporia is charged with assaulting a law enforcement or DOC person. 

Tyquasia Wood of Chase City is charged with feloniously obtaining a credit card.