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Circuit court

Judge Bart Stanley has ruled on the following cases in Circuit Court.

Daniel Matthew Muncey was ordered to serve 13 years in the Tennessee Department of Corrections for two counts of manufacture, delivery or sale of meth.

Bobby Atnip was ordered to serve 50 days of a three-year sentence and pay a $2,200 fine for DUI with a child under 18, second-offense driving on a revoked license, reckless endangerment, simple possession, and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Michelle Leann Gunning was ordered to serve 1 year and 45 days of an 11-year sentence for attempt to enter contraband into a penal facility, possession of cocaine, and second-offense DUI.

Matthew Justin Collins was ordered to serve 300 days of a nine-year sentence for theft of property between $2,500 and $10,000, delivery of meth in a school zone, and violation of probation.

Several people were ordered to serve jail time for violation of probation. Those offenders were Terrance Adams (60 days), Rafael Lorenzo Cardenas Lopez (45 days), Jeremiah Lewis King (90 days), Jesse C. Martin (90 days), Jason James McKeon (serve balance), Juan Vanloo (180 days), and Justin L. Hill (180 days).