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Sheriff Harmon’s daughter sought after missing court

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Last week Berkeley County Sheriff Nathan Harmon was indicted on several charges involving his interference with his daughter Carrie’s auto accident on January 6.

After Carrier’s accident she became involved in an incident at the Bad Habits Bar and Grill in Martinsburg.

Carrie and two other girls were involved in an assault of a victim at the bar.

Carrie was charged with a felony count of malicious wounding and conspiracy back in July.

Those charges carry a 2 to possibly 10-year prison term in West Virginia.

According to the Martinsburg Journal Carrier missed her court date on those charges October 26.

That prompted authorities to issue a capias.

A capias is a bench warrant for arrest which is a charge that adds additional time to the sentence and carries a fine of up to $5,000.

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