By Linda Cicoira
A Greenbackville woman was among those indicted Monday by an Accomack Grand Jury on counts of committing violent crimes.
Forty-five-year-old Karen Garrison, of Brigantine Boulevard, was accused of maliciously stabbing, cutting, or wounding her step-father Harry Wilson, on Jan. 22.
Garrison told police he “punched her in the face” so “she grabbed a knife to defend herself. She said she swung the knife and hit her stepfather in the head causing a laceration.”
The victim told police that during a verbal dispute, the defendant “became physical and hit him on the top of the head. The wound was three inches and required stitches.” Also, according to the court file, Garrison “sought medical attention for a wound to her right leg, which required several stitches. She claimed that the wound was self-inflicted.”
Thirty-three-year-old Alan Dublin Rodas-Merida, of John Cane Road in Greenbush, was indicted for charges that occurred July 12, 2021. He is accused of unlawful shooting, possession of a firearm by a person who is not a citizen of the United States, reckless disregard for the life of a child under 18 who was in his care, and reckless handling of a firearm. Rodas-Merida is being held without bail and was listed as being a person likely to obstruct or attempt to obstruct justice or threaten, injure, or intimidate a prospective witness, juror, victim, or family or household member.
Ulialdo Galindo Aguilar Meji, of Parks Road, in Parksley, was indicted on November counts of maliciously wounding of Edvin Gonzalez, use of a firearm in the wounding, shooting at an occupied dwelling, and recklessly handling a firearm.
Gilbert Leonard Johnson, of New Church, was indicted on a Dec. 10, 2020, count of perjury.
Derrek Michael Robinson, of Hamilton Street, in Allentown, Pa., was indicted on counts of receiving a stolen Mercedes, possession of a firearm by a felon, burglaries at the homes of Rueben Morales and Corrina Johnson, theft of a credit card, and theft of property belonging to Clifford Savage, all on Aug. 18, 2021.
Steven John Piczar was indicted on a Dec. 24, 2021 count of hit-and-run with damages of more than $1,000.
Forty-four-year-old Levon Dinel Giddens, of Accomac, was indicted on a Dec. 2, 2021, count of failing to register as a sex offender.
Twenty-five-year-old Hannah Boyd, of Accomac, was indicted on counts of credit card fraud, credit card larceny, and embezzling more than $1,000 worth of property belonging to H.W. Drummond. The alleged incidents occurred between Oct. 16 and 29, 2021.