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Guilty plea, 12 months recommended sentence
John Stapleton (1988) pleaded guilty April 2 in LaRue Circuit Court to an amended count of complicity, possession of controlled substance, second degree (recommended sentence of 12 months); complicity of possession of marijuana (recommended 12 months); and complicity, possession of drug paraphernalia (recommended sentence 90 days) with all time to run concurrently for 12 months. All other counts dismissed. Final sentencing conducted and order of conditional discharged signed. He was fined $385 and credited for 71 days served.
Failed to appear for court date
Keith Sisco (1956) failed to appear March 19 in LaRue Circuit Court. The case was being reviewed for fines and costs from a 2009 case where Sisco was charged with promoting contraband.
Final sentencing, probated and fined
Randy J. Henderson (1979) was sentenced to four years, probated for five years and fined $155 March 19 in LaRue Circuit Court after pleading guilty to two counts of convicted felon in possession of a firearm. He was credited for 61 days served. A count of persistent felony offender was dismissed. Final sentencing was conducted.
Plea to amended count, conditional discharge
Carrie Carter (1979) pleaded guilty March 19 in LaRue Circuit Court to an amended count of fleeing and evading police, second degree (recommended sentence of 12 months); and operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol or drugs, second offense (recommended sentence of 90 days) with all time to run concurrently for 12 months. All other counts dismissed. All time was conditionally discharged and probated for two years at final sentencing. She was fined $385 and ordered to serve 15 days, credited for eight days served. Operator license was suspended for 12 months.
Guilty plea to 23 counts of criminal possession of forged instrument
Brandy Meredith (1982) pleaded guilty to 23 counts of criminal possession of forged instrument March 19 in LaRue Circuit Court. Recommended sentence is three years to be pre-trial diverted. Final sentencing is May 7.
Shock probation denied
Teresa Jackson’s (1988) request for shock probation was denied March 19 in LaRue Circuit Court on grounds that it would unduly depreciate the seriousness of the matter.
Jackson was sentenced to three years on a count of theft by unlawful taking, auto.