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Drugs, other charges Stanley sentences nine
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Nine people were sentenced last week by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley. Included in court action:• Earnest Eldridge was directed to serve 180 days of a four-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 40 hours public service work for promoting the manufacture of meth.• Phillip Allen Haston was instructed to serve 120 days of a six-year sentence, pay $3,000 plus costs and perform 30 hours public service work for delivery of meth. He has been accepted into the drug court program.• Kendra L. Buckner was granted a two-year judicial diversion and must pay $2,000 plus court costs, perform 20 hours public service work and surrender her TennCare benefits for delivery of drugs and fraudulently obtaining TennCare benefits.• Danielle Connally was granted a two-year judicial diversion and must pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 20 hours public service work for delivery of drugs.• Maurie Rambo was given a two-year probationary sentence and must perform 20 hours public service work and pay $2,000 plus costs for promoting the manufacture of meth and simple possession of drugs.• Sherman Hullender was ordered to serve 90 days of an 11-29 sentence, pay $100 plus costs and lose his driver license for three years for third-offense driving on a revoked license.• Bennie Hicks was instructed to serve 48 hours of an 11-29 sentence, pay $350 plus costs and lose driving privileges for one year for DUI.• Maria Reed was directed to serve three days of an 11-29 sentence, pay $400 plus costs, perform 32 hours public service work and lose her driver license for one year for DUI.• Lacy J. Tucker was ordered to serve five days of an 11-29 sentence, pay court costs, perform eight hours public service work and lose her driver license for two years for second-offense driving on a suspended license.