The office of Marshall County Prosecutor Jeff Cramer issued 30 indictments that came out of the November grand jury.
One of the major indictments includes a murder charge against Julius Suter. Suter is accused of shooting his brother to death in August. The indictment came a little late because the autopsy report was not complete, according to Cramer.
James Crow was also indicted in a malicious assault case. Cramer stated that Crow allegedly struck a man with an aluminum bat in the face in Mc Mechen, causing major injuries.
William Kupfer faces two counts, one for malicious assault and the other for battery. According to Cramer, Kupfer was involved in an altercation in Cameron and allegedly stabbed a man.
Also facing a malicious assault charge, is Thomas Carney. Carney is accused of hitting a man with a golf club in the face on First Street in Moundsville. He is also accused of hitting a second man in the torso, Cramer said.
And Bonnie Chambers faces one count of embezzlement. It's alleged, according to the prosecutor, that Chambers stole nearly $17,000 while she was the acting treasurer for a parent-teacher organization at Hilltop Elementary.
Cramer said all of the people are presumed innocent unless proven otherwise in court.