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Stanley issues drug sentences
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Drug sentences were handed down last week by Judge Bart Stanley in Circuit Court. Included in drug sentencing:
• Jason Ryan Walker was ordered to serve 240 days of a 10-year sentence for initiating the process to manufacture meth. He will be allowed into the Drug Court Program which is an 18-month intensive rehabilitation program.
• Eric Levar Staten was ordered to serve 180 days of an eight-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus court costs, and perform 16 hours public service work for delivery of cocaine.
• Jerry Donald Cantrell was ordered to serve 180 days of an eight-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus court costs, and perform 16 hours public service work for initiating the process to manufacture meth.
• Troy Allen Cunningham was directed to serve 180 days of an eight-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus court costs, and perform 16 hours public service work for initiating the process to manufacture meth.
• Justin Dale Childress was instructed to serve 90 days of a three-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 16 hours public service work for promoting the manufacture of meth.
• Samantha Jo Fults was ordered to serve 180 days of an eight-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus court costs, and perform 40 hours public service work for initiating the process to manufacture meth.
• Tiffany Haley was ordered to serve 180 days of an eight-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus court costs, and perform 16 hours public service work for initiating the process to manufacture meth and delivery of meth.
• Eric Michael Westphal was instructed to serve 180 days of a four-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 50 hours public service work for delivery of Dihydrocodenone.
• Rhonda Barnard was instructed to serve 90 days of a four-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 50 hours public service work for promoting the manufacture of meth and theft.
• Tony Dewayne Pack was ordered to serve four years, pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 32 hours public service work for delivery of meth and violation of probation.
• Jamie Lee Copley was granted a three-year judicial diversion and must pay $2,000 plus costs, undergo alcohol and drug testing and perform 75 hours public service work for delivery of hydrocodone. The diversion means he may move his record to be erased if he gets into no more trouble during his time on probation.
• Cody Blake Knowles was granted a three-year judicial diversion and must pay $2,000 plus costs, perform 100 hours public service work and forfeit his TennCare benefits for fraudulently obtaining TennCare and delivery of Dihydrocodenone in a school zone.
• Ruby Ann Dillon was granted a judicial diversion and must pay $2,000 plus costs for delivery of Clonazepam and Alprazolam.
• Amanda Louise Hampton was granted a three-year judicial diversion and must pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 16 hours public service work for delivery of morphine.