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Morris Beebe III, 60, was not present to answer charges of speeding 26 mph over limit and expired tags.James Boggs II, 28, was not present and his court date was reset for April 27 for charges of no registration, no registration plates, failure to maintain insurance and driving on suspended license.Darrell Branham, 47, was present to answer to charges of unauthorized recycles. The case was reset to April 10.Tiffany Burns, 23, answer to charges of failure to produce insurance, failure to notify address change to Department of Motor Vehicles and DUI. Burns pleaded guilty to no insurance and failure to notify address and received $75 in fines. The DUI was dismissed because of probable cause.Teena Fannin, 37, was found guilty of failure to maintain insurance. She was fined $500 with $450 suspended plus costs.Joshua Ferguson, 23, pleaded guilty a charge of domestic violence. He received a 12 month sentence probated for two years with no contact with the complaining witness.Willie Johnson, 50, was present to answer to charges of careless driving, failure to producer insurance and DUI. His case was reset to April 10.Bennie McKinnon, 28, was present to answer charges of DUI, expired registration receipt and failure to produce insurance card. His case has been rest to April 10.Clinton Perkins, 29, has been scheduled for a jury trial March 14 on charges of failure to wear seat belt and operating on suspended license.Jimmy Perry, 49, was not present to answer charges of unauthorized recycles. His case is reset to April 10.Elizabeth Powell, 32, was not present to answer charges of expired registration, failure to wear seat belts, failure to maintain insurance, DUI, possession of controlled substance and failure to register transfer of motor vehicle. The case has been reset to April 10.Geoffrey Price, 45, was present to answer to charges of disorderly conduct, menacing and wanton endangerment of a police officer. Case is reset for April 10.Walter Russell, 66, was present to answer to two charges of theft of service the case has been reset to April 10.Quay Webb,19, pleaded guilty to charges of operating ATV on roadway, operating ATV without proper head gear and alcohol intoxication He was fined $75 plus costs.Gregory Isaac, 29, was present from jail to answer to charges of trafficking heroin, possession of marijuana, trafficking in controlled substance, illegal possession of legend drug, two counts if trafficking 1,000 feet from school and 99 counts of drug paraphernalia. A motion to dismiss was sustained.Sarah Walker, 28, was present to answer charges of trafficking heroin, possession of marijuana, trafficking in controlled substance and 103 counts of drug paraphernalia. A motion to dismiss was sustained.
Lawrence County District Court Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013.
Tyler Branham, 29, failed to appear on a charge failure to maintain insurance.Shane Parks, 32, failed to appear and was issued a $500 bench warrant on charges of no registration plates, no registration receipt, no insurance, failure to wear seatbelts and operating on a suspended license.Shelia Ratliff, 46, failed to appear on charges of speeding 19 mph over limit, no registration, no registration receipt, improper plate, failure to produce insurance card.Morgan Hager, 18, is charged with speeding 10 mph over limit and failure to maintain insurance. The case was granted a Pretrial diversion of six months and proof of insurance was shown.Ryan York, 27, was in court on charges of failure to wear seat belts, failure to report address change to Department of Motor Vehicles, license to be in possession, failure to maintain insurance, failure to transfer vehicle, inadequate silencer, improper plates and no brake lights. A motion to set aside was dismissed.
Feb. 20, 2013
The Lawrence County Sheriff's Office reported the following arrests in the past week.
When Dep. Jackson arrived he was approached by Hays who said he made a mistake and was driving and had passed out.
Hays had a two year old juvenile with him. Hays also told deputies that he stopped at the store to get the toddler some snacks and check his messages when he passed out. Witnesses who tried to wake him up said his vehicle was running and his foot was on the brake while he was passed out.
Dep. Jackson reported that Hays had pink pill residue on his nose and was told by Hays that it was Loracet 10 mg.
According to the arrest report, deputies received a complaint of a domestic situation on the left fork of Morgans Creek.
When they a arrived, Stambaugh had fled the residence. During a search deputies found two shotguns and a cigarette package containing marijuana.
The caller advised deputies that there were more drugs in a box in the bedroom. The box contained various pipes. Deputies also found a said off shotgun on the bedroom floor and another one underneath the bed.
Stambaugh had broken a picture frame and glass was all over the bed.
Other residents at the home said they were afraid of Stambaugh. After deputies left , Stambaugh returned to the home and was arrested. He waived his rights and told the deputy he sawed the barrels off the shotguns.
According to the arrest report, deputies brought Mosley to the sheriffs office after placing her under arrest on charges of first degree promoting contraband and probation violation.
While she was being booked, Mosley forced her way out of the handcuffs that were placed behind her back. Se told police she did it because she had to swallow razor blades she had hid in the back of her pants.
She was transported to Three Rivers Medical Center for X-rays that showed no foreign objects in her chest or stomach. Deputies said that Mosley intentionally forced her way out of her cuffs and falsely reported a medical emergency to evade going to jail.
All were lodged in the Big Sandy Regional Detention Center.
Lawrence County Special Fiscal Court Meeting
AgendaFriday, February 22, 20139:30 a.m.
1. Opening Prayer2. Pledge of Allegiance3. Call Meeting to Order4. Accept Health Insurance Proposal from KACo5. Approve Sheriff’s 2012 Fee Settlement6. Accept Clerk’s 2012 Financial Report pending audit 7. Accept County Clerk’s Excess Fees 8. Adjourn
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