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Jackson Newspapers - Ripley, WV
  • Jackson County Circuit Court update

  • Recent action on cases pending in Jackson County Circuit Court
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  • Recent action on cases pending in Jackson County Circuit Court includes:
    • Zachary Hart entered guilty pleas to misdemeanor possession of marijuana and conspiracy to commit a misdemeanor; sentencing is set for June 17.
    • Kelly Ray entered a guilty plea to petit larceny; sentencing is set for May 31.
    • Bryan Riffle entered guilty pleas to assault, destruction of property and fleeing; sentencing is set for June 17.
    • Thomas Casto was sentenced to 1-5 years in prison with the Department of Corrections for conspiracy to commit a felony, one year for petit larceny and ordered to pay restitution.
    • Rodney Boggess entered a guilty plea to conspiracy to commit a felony; case is continued to May 31.• Tython Hodge was sentenced to one year in the regional jail for grand lareceny with credit for time served-90 days.
    • Chelsey Edward Noel was sentenced to six months to two years in the Anthony Center for third degree arson.
    • Jeremiah Garnes was sentenced to 1-3 years home confinement with day report for attempting to commit a felony.
    • Miranda Stamper entered a guilty plea to DUI-third offense; sentencing is set for June 17.
    • Clifford Morgan II was sentenced to 1-3 years in prison with the Department of Corrections plus a $3,000 fine for DUI-third offense.
    • Anthony Walters was sent for a 60-day evaluation prior to sentencing for his plea to conspiracy to commit a felony and ordered to pay $3,050 restitution.
    • Regina Tanner entered a guilty plea to conspiracy to commit a felony; sentencing is set for June 17.
    • Melissa Reece entered a guilty plea to conspiracy to commit a felony; sentencing is set for June 17.
    • Michael Phillips, Jr. entered a guilty plea to conspiracy to commit a felony; sentencing is set for June 17.
    • Tyler Shockey was sentenced to 10 months in the regional jail and fined $500 for his guilty plea to misdemeanor fleeing in a vehicle.
    • Jonathan Gump had a proposed plea agreement for delivery of a controlled substance-heroin refused by the judge.

     
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