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Circuit Court 2-25-15
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Sentences were handed down recently by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley against offenders ranging from marijuana dealers to probation violators. Included in court action:Franklin Taylor was directed to serve 200 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence, pay $750 plus costs, undergo a drug and alcohol assessment, perform 16 hours public service work and lose his driver license for one year for possession of marijuana and meth and driving on a suspended license.Rick Randal was ordered to serve 180 days of a three-year sentence and pay $2,000 plus costs for possession of marijuana.Brian Lewis was directed to serve 120 days of a four-year sentence, pay $500 plus costs and forfeit his weapons for possession of a weapon during a felony drug offense and possession of drug paraphernalia.Michelle Ann Reagan was directed to serve 48 hours and pay $50 plus costs for failure to carry her driver license.David Lee Caswell Jr., had his judicial diversion set aside and was ordered to serve 180 days of a four-year sentence and pay $2,000 plus costs for violation of probation.Joshua Dishman must serve the balance of his sentence for violation of probation.John William Griffin must serve 90 days for violation of probation.Wallace Nelson was given a 90-day sentence but released on time served and had his probation extended by 18 months for violation of probation. He must also enter the adult recovery program.Gary Lee Johnson must serve 20 days for violation of probation.Herbert Gibbons Jones must serve 90 days for violation of probation.Gary Michael Minton must serve 48 hours for violation of probation.Hoss Lee Stith was transferred to the adult recovery program and had his probation extended for violation of probation.Lara Almeda Stevens must serve the balance of her sentence for violation of probation.Nickey E. Reese Jr., must serve 365 days for violation of probation.Travis Young had his judicial diversion set aside and must serve 120 days of a four-year sentence, pay $220 plus costs and enter the adult recovery program for violation of probation.