Judge Bart Stanley has ruled on the following cases in Circuit Court.
Jason Ryan Arnold was ordered to serve four years in the Tennessee Department of Corrections for tampering with evidence and introduction of a controlled substance in a penal institution.
Derrick Austin Bond was ordered to serve 240 days for theft between $2,500 and $10,000, delivery of meth, and second-offense driving on a revoked license.
Kenneth Allan Bond was ordered to serve 365 days of an eight-year sentence for evading arrest, possession of a weapon by a convicted felon and violation of probation. He can be furloughed after 180 days.
Lucas Corey Bowdoin was ordered to serve 180 days for second-offense driving on a suspended license, two counts of possession of meth, delivery of meth and failure to appear.
Randall Christopher Evans was ordered to serve 180 days of a three-year sentence for evading arrest with risk of death or injury and second-offense driving on a revoked license.
R.D. Martin was ordered to serve 12 years in the Tennessee Department of Corrections as a Range 2 offender for delivery of meth over 26 grams.
Michael Brandon Redmon was ordered to serve 60 days of an 11-month, 29-day sentence for evading arrest, reckless endangerment, third-offense driving on a revoked license, and theft between $2,500 and $10,000.
Robert Eugene Stevens was ordered to serve 240 days of a nine-year sentence for delivery of meth.
Keri Ashley Myers was ordered to serve 10 days for simple possession.
Ignacio Rosas Sanchez was ordered to serve 90 days for fifth-offense DUI.
Barry Lee Wilson was ordered to serve 180 days for possession of meth over 26 grams.
Tammy Melissa Wilson was ordered to serve 48 hours of an 11-29 sentence for first-offense DUI.
Ordered to serve jail time for violation of probation were:
• Marco Brendan Franklin, 180 days
• Christopher Thomas Jones, 90 days
• Austin Nathaniel Parsons, 30 days