Kevin Dean Ratz, II, has pled to unlawful possession of paraphernalia, a C misdemeanor, and sentenced to 60 days in jail suspended to 6 months of probation. As a condition of probation, he must be assessed at SEI MHP.
Brandy Nichole Phil-pot has pled to possession of meth, an L6F, and sentenced to 545 days with the sentence suspended to probation with 49 actual credit days. She must seek treatment at SEI MHP.
Teresa M. White has pled to possession of syr-inge, an L6F, and sentenced to 180 days in jail consecutive to case below.
She also pled to possession of narcotic drug, an L6F, and will spend 236 days in jail in addition to the sentence above.
Cassidy Edward Horth has pled to battery resulting in bodily injury to a pregnant woman, an L5F, and sentenced to 3 years or 1095 days of which 975 days are suspended to probation and 120 to home detention. He must also complete an anger control program.
Terrell Gregory Scott Hall has pled to intimidation, an L6F, and reckless driving, a C misdemeanor. He will spend 360 days in jail for the intimidation conviction and 60 days for reckless driving, to be served concurently with 17 days credit. This sentence will be consecutive to 2 other convictions in which he violated probation. The first was for fraud, for which he will serve 540 days, an L6F, with 270 days credit. The second violation was for intimidation, an L6F, with credit for 270 days.
Casey L. Hill was found guilty of intimidation by a jury, an L6F, in May. Mitigating factors: he has been employed most of his adult life and has a hs diploma. Aggra-vators: 2 felony convictions and 8 misdemeanor convictions.He is sentenced to 18 months in jail with credit for 160 days.
Damon Russell Clark has pled to possession of syringe, an L6F and sentenced to 2 years with 545 days suspended to probation with credit for 88 actual days. The sentence is to be served concurrent with the case below.
In the second case, Clark pled guilty to the same charge, and received the same sentence with credit for 88 actual days.
Shain Nicholas Coffey has pled to possession of meth, an L6F, and sentenced to 545 days with credit for 57 actual days. He is recommended for purposeful incarceration for treatment of substance abuse while at the DOC. This will be served consecutively to the case that follows.
In the second case, which was from 2013, Coffey pled guilty to resisting law enforcement with a vehicle, a D felony. He was sentenced to 545 days with 272 days credit to be served consecutive to above.
Samantha Jo Blocker has pled to conversion, an A misdemeanor, and sentenced to 90 days in jail with credit for 1 actual day. The sentence was suspended to probation.
Steven Keith Sizemore, aka James L. Estep has pled to forgery, a C felony, and sentenced to 4 years with 3 years suspended to probation. The sentence is to be served concurrently to 3 2005 C misdemeanors. He received 181 days credit.
Christina Yvette Bowling has pled to possession of syringe, an L6F, and received a sentence of 545 days with 367 suspended to probation. She received credit for 89 actual days.
Roger Dale Arms, Jr. has pled to residential entry, an L6F, and sentenced to 3 years with 386 days credit. The sentence is to be served concurrent with both cases below.
In the second case, Arms pled to escape, a D felony, and received a 3-year sentence with credit for 386 days.
In the third case, he pled to receiving stolen property, a D felony, and received a 3-year sentence with credit for 386 days to be served concurrently with the 3 pleas.
Dylan Edward Pride has pled guilty to theft, an A misdemeanor, and sentenced to 60 days in jail with 15 actual days credit.
Pride has also had his probation revoked on a possession of meth case from 2015. He will now serve a one year senstence.
Kelli R. Ford has pled to unlawful possession of syringe with a prior conviction, an L5F, and sentenced to 6 years suspended to home detention with 10 days credit. If she has no new arrests or violations of home detention after 3 years, the court will modify the home detention deleting the last