By Linda Cicoira
A Temperanceville woman was indicted this week by an Accomack grand jury on 47 misdemeanor counts that included illegally obtaining money or property belonging to Royal Farms, a convenience store chain.
Twenty-nine-year-old Taylor Clark, of Temperanceville Road, is accused of committing the crimes between November 2021 and March 2022.
She was indicted on a count of stealing identifying information of Austin Bagwell, 22 counts of obtaining money or property worth less than $1,000 belonging to Royal Farms, and 24 counts of computer fraud involving the store’s money or property.
In an unrelated incident, 70-year-old Donald Porter Sr., of Marsh Market Road in Hallwood, was indicted on a count of obtaining more than $1,000 by false pretense between May and August of 2020.
Brooks Pruitt, of Onancock, whose age was not available, was indicted on a count of obtaining more than $1,000 by false pretense on Nov. 8, 2020.