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Fults gets three years in prison for making meth
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Sentences were handed down last week in Circuit Court by Judge Bart Stanley. Included in court sentencing:
• Andrew Lee Fults was ordered to serve three years in the state penitentiary in addition to time he owes for violating his probation on his new charges of theft and initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine. He was also fined $2,000 plus court costs.
• James Coldwell was granted a two-year judicial diversion and must perform 40 hours public service work for filing a false report.
• Chassity Dawn Farris was granted a two-year judicial diversion and must perform 12 hours public service work and pay $75 plus court costs for theft over $1,000. The diversion means she can have her criminal record in the case erased as long as she gets into no further trouble during her two-year probationary period.
• Casey Jacobs was issued a one-year judicial diversion and must make $589 restitution and perform 24 hours public service work for theft.
• Powell Malone Wallace was given a two-year probationary sentence and must perform 48 hours public service work for theft over $10,000.
• Brandon Cruz Diaz was ordered to serve 90 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence and pay $500 plus court costs for third-offense driving on a suspended license.
• Jeffery L. White was ordered to serve 50 days of an 11-29 sentence, pay $250 plus court costs, perform 32 hours public service work and lose his driver license for one year for second-offense driving on a revoked license.
• Bernice Fresse was granted a six-month judicial diversion and must stay away from the victim in her case for simple assault.
• Mark Cope must serve 160 days for failure to appear and violating his probation.
• Vincent Hunter Ree Sr., must serve 30 days for violation of probation.