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Stanley sentences drug traffickers
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Sentences were handed down to several drug traffickers by Circuit Court Judge Bart Stanley. Included in circuit sentencing:• James Everett Smith was sentenced to serve five years in the state penitentiary and pay $2,000 plus costs for promoting the manufacture of meth.• Casey Bryan Gibbs was directed to serve 30 days of a nine-year sentence and pay $2,000 plus costs for initiating the process to manufacture meth. • Roger Lafever was ordered to serve 210 days of an eight-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus costs, and perform 16 hours public service work on three counts of promoting the manufacture of meth.• Christopher Johnson was ordered to serve 120 days of a nine-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 50 hours public service work for initiating the process to manufacture meth and simple possession of marijuana. He has been accepted to the drug court program which is an 18-month intensive rehabilitation program supervised by the court.• Thurman Hickerson was directed to serve 180 days of an eight-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 40 hours public service work for initiating the process to manufacture meth and promoting the manufacture of meth.• Cory Matthew Biles was ordered to serve 180 days of an eight-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 50 hours public service work for initiating the process to manufacture meth and simple possession of marijuana.• Dillard Thomas Dillon was directed to serve 150 days of a three-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 12 hours public service work for delivery of morphine• Whitney Ray Bruce was instructed to serve 90 days of an 11-29 sentence, pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 16 hours public service work for simple possession of meth.• Eric Jonathan Comfort was directed to serve 60 days of a two-year sentence, pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 40 hours public service work for promoting the manufacture of meth.• Justin Tyler Duggin was granted a three-year judicial diversion and must pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 50 hours public service work for promoting the manufacture of meth.• Molly Leigh Ryan was granted a two-year judicial diversion and must pay $2,000 plus costs and perform 40 hours public service work for promoting the manufacture of meth.

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