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COURT BRIEFS - Nov. 14, 2012

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 Violation of probation

Michael Aubrey Jr. (1977) had probation revoked Oct. 1 in LaRue Circuit Court. He received a three-year suspended sentence on two counts of second-degree criminal possession of forged instrument in a 2011 case.

 

Violation of probation

Charles Brothers (1976) violated probation according to the Oct. 1 docket. Revocation order was signed.

 

Failed to appear

Bryanna Marie Grant (1992) failed to appear Oct. 1 in LaRue Circuit Court. A bench warrant was issued; bond was set at amount owed to court. She was declared a fugitive. She was charged in 2011 with several counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument.

 

Failed to appear

William Mitchell Harris (1967) failed to appear Oct. 1 in LaRue Circuit Court. A bench warrant was issued; bond was set at $5,000 cash only. He was declared a fugitive.

 

Final sentencing

Anderson Patrick Hutcherson pleaded guilty Oct. 1 in LaRue Circuit Court to flagrant nonsupport. He was sentenced to five years, conditionally discharged, and credited for 90 days served. He was ordered to pay $200 per month in arrears and was fined $440.

 

Final sentencing

Harold Thomas Jones Jr. (1972) was sentenced to five years, conditionally discharged, Oct. 1 in LaRue Circuit Court. He pleaded guilty to flagrant nonsupport. He was fined $435 and ordered to pay $398.50 monthly. Defendant’s motion to withdraw his plea was overruled.

 

Final sentencing

Nicolas Saladino (1987) was sentenced to seven years Oct. 1 in LaRue Circuit Court on a charge of attempt to manufacture methamphetamine. He was credited for 147 days served. He was ordered to serve three years for complicity, possession of controlled substance, complicity, drug paraphernalia and complicity, possession of marijuana. Probation denied.

 

Final sentencing

Caitlin Veirs (1993) was sentenced to five years, diverted, on Oct. 1 in LaRue Circuit Court. She pleaded guilty to one count of facilitation, manufacturing methamphetamine. She was ordered to pay $235. 

 

Failed to appear

Brenton Wombles (1986) failed to appear Oct. 1 in LaRue Circuit Court. A bench warrant was issued and bond set at $9,500 cash only. He was declared a fugitive. He is charged with theft by deception. The bench warrant was recalled Oct. 16.

 

In contempt

Alicia Catherine Dodson was declared in contempt of court Oct. 1 in LaRue Circuit Court. The contempt will be probated on the condition of following all future orders, according to court records.

 

Dismissed with prejudice

Charges against Charlotte G. Gayheart (1972) were dismissed with prejudice Oct. 1 in LaRue Circuit Court. The charges of tampering with a witness and complicity cannot be refiled in this action.

 

Diverted sentence

Allen W. Riggs (1988) received a diverted sentence Oct. 1 in LaRue Circuit Court on charges of theft by unlawful taking or disposition (auto) and complicity. The case will be reviewed Jan. 7.

 

Serve additional days

Lewis K. Dailey was ordered Oct. 16 in LaRue Circuit Court to serve an additional 45 days in a 2010 theft by unlawful taking (auto) case. He remains in diversion. The case will be reviewed March 4 for financial obligations.

 

Final sentencing

Kelly Arbuthnot (1974) was ordered to pay $164 in arrears and $186 current for a total of $350 monthly in child support and to cooperate with the Division of Child Support. She was sentenced to five years or until obligations are paid in full, whichever is longer. Order of conditional discharge was signed and final sentencing held Oct. 16 in LaRue Circuit Court.

 

Serve two weekends

Hoyt Calhoun (1964) was ordered to serve two weekends on Oct. 16 due to probation violations.

 

Conditional discharge

Frank Montez Barnett (1989) pleaded guilty to carrying a concealed deadly weapon, no operators license and possession of a defaced firearm Nov. 5 in LaRue Circuit Court. Recommended sentence was 12 months, 45 days and 12 months, respectively, with all time running concurrently for 12 months. The sentence was conditionally discharged and final sentencing held.