Circuit Court July 11
Information taken from Circuit Court Docket, Lawrence County Circuit Court Clerk's Office
Johnathan D. Adkins, 39, was arraigned on charges of Complicity/Manufacture Meth and Complicity Tampering With Evidence. Pre-trial conference set for Aug. 8.$500 bond released, remains on bond, stay on home incarceration.
Tammy Akers, 32, was sentenced to five years supervised diversion, five years no contact with victim, five days credit on charge of Knowingly Exploit Adult By Person Over $300.
Shelia Blevins, 29, was sentenced to five years supervised diversion with four days credit on the charge of Knowingly Exploit Adult By Person over $300.
John Carey, 49, withdrew a guilty plea on charges of Burglary 3rd Degree, Possession of Burglary Tools, Criminal Mischief 3rd Degree, and Persistent Felony Offender. Trial Date set for Nov. 3, court report date Oct. 10.
Thurman J. Caudill, 36, was arraigned on charges of Theft By Unlawful Taking Shoplifting and Persistent Felony Offender. Bond remains, home incarceration evaluation. Pre-Trial conference set for Aug. 8.Howard Donald Davis, 40, probation revoked, time to be recalculated with 245 days credit.
Robert Evans, 42, was arraigned on charge of Complicity Traffick in Controlled Substance. Pre-Trial Conference set for Aug. 8.
Shawn Fitzpatrick pled guilty to charges of Complicity Receiving Stolen Property (firearm), Wanton Endangerment 1st Degree and Complicity Tampering With Physical Evidence, and was sentenced to five years supervised p/t diversion and other conditions. Sentences to run concurrent.
Heather B. Gipson, 34, trial date set for Nov. 5, report to court Oct. 10 on charge of Complicity Receiving Stolen Property Under $10,000.
Walter K. Gipson, 31, trial date set for Nov. 5, court report date Nov. 5 on charges of Complicity Receiving Stolen Property Under $10,000 and Persistent Felony Offender.
Melissa Perkins Hinkle, 28, pled guilty to ten counts of Forgery 2nd Degree, sentenced to 2 years each. The charge of Persistent Felony Offender was dismissed. Sentence to run consecutive to Martin Co. case. Final sentencing Aug. 8.
Arthur A. Holbrook III, 31, pled guilty to Theft By Unlawful Taking Shoplifting and sentenced to 3 years supervised p/t diversion. Final sentencing Aug. 8.
Jimmy Moore, 33, was sentenced to 5 years on Complicity Burglary 3rd Degree, enhanced to 20 years on amended charge of Persistent Felony Offender 2nd Degree, 10 years on Complicity Manufacture Meth and enhanced to 20 years on Persistent Felony Offender 1st Degree. No days credit. Defendant was also sentenced to 5 years on Cultivation of Marijuana, five or more plants.
William M. Muncy, 40, was arraigned on charges of Complicity 1st Degree Possession of Cocaine,Complicity Drug Paraphernalia Buy/Possession. The Persistent Felony Offender charge was dismissed. Pre-trial conference set for Aug. 8. Bond: In-home evaluation.
Jessica Riffe, 31, was arraigned on charge of Complicity Traffick In Controlled Substance. Pre-trial conference Aug. 8. Remains on bond.
Tommie J. Russell Jr., 32, pled guilty and was sentenced to 3 years on charge of Complicity Theft By Unlawful Taking Shoplifting and enhanced to 5 years on amended Persistent Felony Offender, 5 years to serve. Final sentencing Aug. 8
Jacqulin L. Smith, pled guilty to amended charge of Complicity Receiving Stolen Property (firearm) and sentenced to 12 months unsupervised probation 24 months with 1 day credit.
James Thompson, 47, was sentenced to 1 year on Complicity 1st Degree Cocaine, 1 year on Tampering With Physical Evidence and 12 months on Complicity Drug Paraphernalia Buy/Possession with 14 days credit. Sentence to run concurrent, but consecutive to other case.
Alisha Whitt, 30, was sentenced to 1 year on Complicity Theft By Unlawful Taking Shoplifting, 143 days credit.William D. Whitt, 35, was sentenced to 3 years on charge of Bail Jumping with 129 days credit. Sentence to run consecutive to other case. Defendant t was sentenced to 3 years Complicity Theft by Unlawful Taking Shoplifting. 3 years on Criminal Mischief 1st Degree and 12 months on Fleeing/Evading Police 2nd Degree wit no days credit. Sentences to run concurrent but consecutive to other case.
Other court activity included additional pre-trial conferences, rescheduled hearings, dismissals, and court report dates. Court dates are subject to change.
Lawrence County Sheriff's arrest report
July 14, 2014
Billy Collins Jr., 55, of Louisa was arrested July 9, 2014 for Reckless Driving, Operating Motor Vehicle Under the influence of alcohol/drugs .08 First Offense, Operating on a suspended/revoked operating license.
According to Deputy Mason Keefer he observed Collins traveling west on Rt. 32, swerving across the center line several times into oncoming traffic. Upon contact with Collins Deputy saw that he had red, glossy eyes and slurred speech. Collins also had the odor of an alcoholic beverage on his breath. Kentucky State Police advised that Collins license was suspended. Subject admitted to drinking. Collins was given a Standard Field Sobriety test and refused a blood test. Collins was also served with a bench warrant for DUI, Leaving the Scene of an accident and failure to render aid, and Contempt of Court for violation on August 12, 2013 in which the Deputy has no knowledge of that case.
Michael S. CordleMicheal Shawn Cordle, 40, of Blaine was arrested July 10, 2014 for Domestic Violence.
Chief Deputy Mark Wheeler responded to Swan Branch, 15 miles west of Louisa in reference to Domestic dispute between Cordle and his son Micheal Kyle Cordle. Upon arrival Cordle said that they had been in an argument over son being disrespectful. He went on to say that he and his son had been into it and that things may get to the point that someone would get killed. Deputy spoke to son who said that they had gotten into an argument and that his dad had gotten into his face, yelling at him and was about to get physical. The son pushed his father away and Cordle then went to the sink as to get a knife and said I will kill you. Cordle admitted his actions and was arrested due to safety concerns.Patrick WilliamsonKayla SalyerCharles FrenchPatrick Williamson, 44, of Louisa was arrested July 11, 2014 when he turned himself in to Lawrence County Sheriff Office where he was served an Indictment for Receiving Stolen Property under $10,000 on two counts and Receiving Stolen Property under $500.Kayla Salyer, 20, of Louisa was arrested July 11, 2014 when she turned herself into the Lawrence County Sheriff Office where she was served an Indictment for Receiving Stolen Property under $10,000 and Receiving Stolen Property under $500.Charles M. French II, 34, of Webbville was arrested July 12, 2014 for Assault in the Fourth Degree (Domestic Violence) with no visible injury.
Deputy responded to Cherokee Gap Ridge Road, 26 miles west of Louisa where French was arguing and threatening bodily harm. Upon arrival victim states that she was in the kitchen area and her son was in the bathroom with his dad and heard a loud noise. When she opened the door to the bathroom the door was pushed back on her striking her in the right arm. The police report says the initial contact attempt was a door where French was at, and did not open door after notification of Sheriff's office presence.
July 11, 2014--7:00 PM
Louisa City Hall
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