MADISON, W.Va.  –  Two former members of the Boone County Board of Education were named in indictments on misdemeanor crimes unsealed Wednesday in Boone County Circuit Court.

Mark Edward Sumpter, of Madison, and Danny Lee Cantley, of Racine, were named in three counts each. They allegedly took gifts from school board vendors while they were in elected office, court documents said.

Boone County Prosecutor Keith Randolph confirmed the indictments to MetroNews Wednesday but declined further comment only to say the defendants are innocent until proven guilty.

According to court documents, Sumpter received several automobile tires from King’s Tire Sevices, Inc. and Martin’s Peterbilt of West Virginia in 2015 and 2016.

It’s alleged Cantley received NASCAR tickets from King’s Tire Service, Inc. on three occasions in 2014.

The indictments follow guilty pleas earlier this month from former Boone County Schools Transportation Director Bryan Jarrell and former bus mechanic Tracy Harvey on embezzlement charges. They are scheduled to be sentenced next month.

When Jarrell and Harvey were first charged, State Police Sgt. Charles Sutphin hinted other school officials were under investigation.

“We’re looking into some possible misrepresentations and misuse of money on a couple of other individuals also. We are still investigating,” Sutphin said at the time.

Circuit Court arraignments for Sumpter and Cantley are scheduled for Oct. 23.