Bond reduction denied for robbery suspect

PARKERSBURG – A reduction in bond was denied Thursday for a woman who was indicted in connection with a robbery of a Liberty Street residence.

Casey Gabriel Hornbeck, 22, in custody, was denied a reduction from $35,000 with a condition of home confinement by Circuit Court Judge Robert Waters.

Hornbeck, along with Brian Scott Hornbeck, 21, Dustin Ray Kinney, 20, and Thomas Michael Leroy Underwood, 18, was indicted by a special session of the grand jury. They were indicted on charges of burglary, conspiracy to commit burglary, unlawful entry, conspiracy to commit unlawful entry, grand larceny and conspiracy; their trials were set for May 21.

In other Wood County Circuit Court hearings Thursday:

* Scott Edward Miller, 42, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, was arraigned on charges of breaking and entering of an automobile and grand larceny from a special session of the grand jury on March 7. He entered an innocent plea and was granted a motion to continue his trial to the May term. He was set for trial on May 21 before Judge J.D. Beane.

* Timothy Jacob Linton, 39, 1103 George St., Parkersburg, was arraigned on the indictment charging him with eight counts of fraudulent use of an access device. He entered an innocent plea and was granted a motion to move his trial to the May term. Beane set the trial for July 9.

* Jessica Lynn Wine, 24, 51 Elk River Road, Apt. 5, Clendenin, W.Va., was set for a final probation revocation hearing at 1:30 p.m. April 8 before Beane. On July 2, 4 2008, she was placed on five years probation after she pleaded guilty to charges of forgery and uttering.

* Thomas Lane Smith, 32, 5982 Southern Highway, Rockport, was sentenced after he completed the drug court program. Beane sentenced him to one to 10 years with credit for 18 days served for breaking and entering and one year each for two counts of fraudulent use of an access device, suspended for two years probation.