Joshua M. Updike has pled guilty to operating as a habitual traffic violator, an L6F, and sentenced to 2 years with 18 months suspended to probation and 6 months on home detention. He received credit for 7 actual days; his driving privileges are suspended for two-and-a-half years; and he must complete 40 hours of community service by Nov. 28, 2018.
Daniel Warren Melvin has pled to unlawful possession of a narcotic drug and of a syringe, both L6Fs. He was sentenced to 18 months on each conviction suspended to probation for 18 months to be served concurrently to each other. He received credit for 3 days.
Clarence D. Barkley, III has pled to operating as a habitual traffic violator, an L6F, and sentenced to 360 days in jail suspended to probation with 4 days credit. The sentence is to run consecutive to the case below.
Barkley also pled to domestic battery with prior conviction, an L6F, and sentenced to 1 year on home detention.
Gerald G. Perkins pled to operating a motor vehicle after lifetime suspension, an L5F, and resisting law with a vehicle, an L6F. He was sentenced to 4 years for operating and 2 for resisting, both to be served on home detention concurrent to each other and consecutive to an L5F case in Jackson County. He was awarded 151 days credit.
Cheryl Lynn Moore pled to check fraud, an L6F, and sentenced to 545 days with 1 year suspended to probation and 2 days credit. She must complete 70 hours of community service by Nov. 12, 2018 and pay restitution to MainSource Bank of $804.
Jason Michael Caldwell pled to theft with prior conviction, an L6F, and possession of marijuana, a B misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 240 days on the theft convictoin and 60 days on the marijuana, to be served concurrent to each other with 124 days credit; thus, the sentence is satisfied.