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


Cali Alexis Carlson was ordered to serve 120 days of a four-year sentence for three counts of delivery of fentanyl.


James Timothy Fleenor was ordered to serve three years in the Tennessee Department of Corrections as a Range 1 offender for possession of meth and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.


Price Moses Haywood was released on time served for aggravated assault.


Robert Dean Mullins was ordered to serve 365 days of a 10-year sentence for introduction of contraband into a penal institution, possession of oxymorphone, possession of meth, possession of a weapon during commission of a felony, and first-offense DUI. He had his driver’s license revoked for one year.


Paige Lynn Simmons was ordered to serve 364 days of an eight-year sentence for possession of meth over 26 grams with intent to deliver.


Christy G. Stevens was ordered to serve 10 days for theft of property under $1,000.


Travis Ray Taylor was ordered to serve two years in the Tennessee Department of Corrections as a Range 1 offender for burglary and theft under $1,000.


Corey Wade Thomas was ordered to serve an 11-29 sentence for second-offense driving on a revoked license, theft, burglary and evading arrest.


Brandon Adam Knowles was ordered to serve 48 hours of an 11-29 sentence for evading arrest.


Chase Allen Fults was ordered to serve 120 days of a four-year sentence for possession of meth with intent to deliver, possession of hydrocodone with intent to deliver, and simple possession of cocaine.


Jayson Douglas Hendren was ordered to serve 40 days of an 11-29 sentence for introduction of contraband into a penal institution and first-offense DUI. He had his driver’s license revoked for one year.


Joshua S. Phillips was ordered to serve 120 days of an 11-29 sentence for third-offense DUI. His driver’s license was revoked for six years.


Robert Anderson Woodside was ordered to serve 45 days of an 11-29 sentence for possession of meth.


Kevin G. Ohler was ordered to serve three days for second-offense driving on a revoked license.


Jason Andrew Johnson was ordered to serve 120 days of an 11-29 sentence for third-offense DUI. He had his driver’s license revoked for six years.


Brandon Roach was ordered to serve 120 days of a three-year sentence for promoting the manufacture of meth.


Ordered to serve jail time for violation of probation were:


• Charlie Chad Barnes, 364 days, but can be furloughed after 60 days


• Justin Lee Hill, 364 days