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Judge Stanley issues 13 sentences
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Thirteen people failed to take advantage of their second chances and were sentenced by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley. Included in probation violators:• Jeffery Bauer must serve the balance of his sentence for violating probation on his prior convictions on charges of promoting the manufacture of meth.• Kathy Bowdoin must serve the balance of her sentence for violating probation on her prior convictions on charges of promoting the manufacture of meth.• Jerry Cantrell was directed to serve 180 days for violating his probation on his prior conviction on the charge of initiating the process to manufacture meth.• Timothy Conaster must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation on his prior conviction on the charge of delivery and possession of drugs.• Toby Cantrell must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation on his prior convictions on charges of promoting the manufacture of meth and possession of drug paraphernalia.• Tony Edge was given 57 days time served for violating his probation on his prior convictions on charges of resisting arrest, forgery and passing a worthless check.• Tracy Goforth must serve the balance of sentence for violating probation on prior convictions on charges of DUI, reckless endangerment, and possession of marijuana.• Christopher McClure must serve 10 days for violating his probation on his prior convictions on charges of DUI while accompanied by a child and driving on a suspended license.• George McClure must serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation on his prior convictions on charges of violation of the habitual traffic offender status.• Jerry McCormick was ordered to serve 90 days for violating his probation on his prior convictions of domestic assault and reckless endangerment.• Shane McCoy was instructed to serve the balance of his sentence for violating his probation on his prior conviction on the charge of second-offense driving on a revoked license.• Nickey Reese was ordered to serve 120 days for violating probation on prior convictions on charges of initiating the process to manufacture meth, promoting the manufacture of meth and aggravated child abuse.• Terry York must serve 10 days for violating probation on prior convictions on charges of initiating the process to manufacture meth and driving on a suspended license.