The Jefferson County grand jury indicted 13 people in its October session.
Among them were two murder cases and a multi-count rape case from Toronto.
— Jason Twiley, 27, of Steubenville is charged with murder with a firearm specification in the Aug. 12 death of Brittany Littlejohn. Her body was found a short distance from her Pleasant Heights home after firefighters responded to a fire call there. Twiley was arrested in Kentucky in September.
— Brylee West, 19, of Steubenville was facing multiple charges in connection with the shooting of a mother and her daughter on LaBelle View in September 2018. One charge was increased from attempted aggravated murder to murder with a firearm specification.
The child, Saraija Watson died at age 3 in June. West also faces a charge of attempted aggravated murder with a firearm specification, two counts of felonious assault with firearm specifications and a single count of having weapons under disability.
— Shawn Brown, 33, of Toronto was indicted on six counts of rape and two counts of gross sexual imposition. Authorities say the crimes took place from September 2018 to September 2019.
Other indictments include:
— Peggy Doty, 54, of Steubenville, two counts of burglary, one count of theft, one count of tampering with evidence.
— Ryan Knutsen, 27, of Dillonvale, one count of escape.
— George Johnson Jr., 30, of Steubenville, one count of assault.
— Ryan F. Gooch, 30, of Steubenville, two counts of burglary.
— Jonathon Beckett, 21, of Newcomerstown, single counts of possession of drugs, having a weapon under disability and aggravated menacing.
— Lloyd McQuisition, 35, of Smithfield, one count of possession of drugs.
— William Raymond, 42, of Mingo Junction, single counts of theft and receiving stolen property.
— Travis R. Taylor, 44, of Mingo Junction, one count of trafficking in drugs.
— Kage A. Mosti, 20, of Hammondsville, one count of trafficking in drugs.
— Joseph McShan, 28, of Steubenville, one count of felonious assault.