Judge Bailey Taylor presiding
Carlos L. Thomas, 32, 414 Locust St., reckless driving, merged; driving under the influence of intoxicants, $200 fine, $375 fee, license suspended 120 days; no insurance, 30 days.
Charles D. West Jr., 35, Scrubgrass Road, second-degree possession of controlled substance, 365 days, concurrently with state time now serving; five counts of third-degree terroristic threatening; controlled substance prescription not in original container; and use or possession of drug paraphernalia, all dismissed. A charge of third-degree possession of controlled substance was merged.
Commissioner Adam Miller presiding
Ayo K. Garner, Louisville, no seat belt, $25; possession of marijuana, $300; possession of drug paraphernalia, merged.
Judge Jeff Dotson presiding
James N. Cox, 23, Crab Orchard, theft by unlawful taking, $300, 30 days, probated one year, banned from Walmart; contempt of court, $100.
Christopher Crowe, Somerset, theft by unlawful taking, 365 days, to serve 90 days, concurrently with state time now serving, remaining time probated two years, banned from Walmart.
William C. Elam, 19, 103 Venetian Way, second-degree burglary, amended to first-degree criminal trespassing, 60 days, probated one year.
Mary K. Gilpin, Louisville, making false statement to obtain increase in benefit more than $100, amended to criminal attempt, 60 days, credit for 17 days served, remaining time probated one year, $106.54 restitution.
Marcellous J. Harris, 32, 103 Balasa Drive, theft by deception less than $500, 90 days, credit for 90 days served, $197.25 restitution.
Shannon R. Lawhorn, 34, 221 Stanford Ave., theft by unlawful taking, 60 days, probated, $13.78 restitution, banned from Walmart; second-degree promoting contraband, 365 days, to serve 30 days, remaining time probated two years.
David A. Spoonamore, Brodhead, second-degree robbery, amended to criminal attempt, 365 days, to serve 90 days, credit for three days served, remaining time probated two years, banned from JCPenney; theft by unlawful taking, dismissed.
Christopher Satterly Watts, Lawrenceburg, four counts of attempt to obtain controlled substance by fraud or false statement to practitioner, amended to facilitation, 365 days on each count, concurrently, credit for 210 days served, remaining time to run concurrently with state time now serving.
Cases referred to the Boyle County grand jury recently include: