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Circuit Court
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Sentences were held down last week by Judge Bart Stanley in Circuit Court for crimes ranging from traffic offenses to probation violation. Included in sentencing:• Mario Antone Gregory was instructed to serve 300 days of a five-year sentence, pay $250 and perform 24 hours public service work for violating habitual traffic offender status.• Rhonda Ellen Nunley was ordered to serve 180 days of a four-year sentence, pay $250 plus costs and perform 40 hours public service work for violation of habitual traffic offender status.• Scotty Dewayne Patrick was directed to serve 120 days of an 11-29 sentence for fourth-offense driving on a revoked license.• Corey Wade Thomas was ordered to serve 90 days of a two-year sentence, pay $100 plus costs and perform 32 hours public service work for violation of habitual traffic offender status.• Jose Aguilar was ordered to serve six days of a six-month sentence, pay $100 plus costs and lose his driver license for one year for driving on a suspended license. He will be allowed to serve his time on weekends.• James Ray Wolford was granted a two-year judicial diversion for promoting the manufacture of meth.• Misty Comfort must serve 90 days and had her probation extended by a half year for violating her probation on her prior convictions of delivery of drugs.• Casey Bryan Gibbs must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation on his prior conviction for initiating the process to manufacture of meth.• Tyla Grissom was directed to serve 120 days of a four-year sentence for violating her judicial diversion on her conviction on charges of shoplifting and promoting the manufacture of meth.• Danny Jernigan must serve 90 days for violating his probation on his prior conviction for felony theft.• Juana M. Rodrigues was instructed to serve 10 days of an 11-29 sentence, pay $150 plus costs and perform eight hours public service work for second-offense driving on a suspended license.• Billy Roberts was directed to serve 48 hours and must pay $50 plus costs for driving without a license.• Thomas Andrew Nunley must serve 48 hours, have his probation extended by a year and attend drug court for violating his probation on his conviction of theft.• Lelion Ralph Sullivan Jr., must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation on his prior conviction for violation of habitual traffic offender status.• Ralph Woodlee Jr., must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation on his prior conviction on the charge of initiating the process to manufacture meth.

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