Lorinda L. (Stevens) Porter has been sentenced for maintaining a common nuisance, an L6F. She will serve 18 months, with 11 months suspended to probation and credit for 108 days. She was ordered to complete 70 hours of community service by Dec. 7, 2020.
Three cases have been resolved for Jon Marie Little. In the first, he pled to possession of meth, an L6F; in the second, to possession of a syringe, an L6F; and in the third, possession of meth, an L6F, and to theft, an A misdemeanor. He received a sentence of 360 days for each felony and 180 days for the misdemeanor. All sentences are to be served consecutively and were suspended to probation with the exception of one meth conviction where he will spend 74 days/37 actual days on home detention. He received credit for 143 days and must complete 40 hours of community service by Dec. 2 on the syringe case.
Heather Nicole Agee has pled to possession of meth, an L6F, and sentenced to 720 days with 2 days credit and the rest suspended to probation of 716 days. She must complete 70 hours of community service by Nov. 20, 2020.
Jessica Nicole Sue Pelley has pled to possession of meth, an L6F, and sentenced to 360 days with 14 days credit and 11 months suspended to probation. She must complete 40 hours of community service by Dec. 16, 2020. Devin Dwaye Lovegrove has pled in 3 separate cases. He pled to 2 counts of criminal confinement, both L6Fs, and one count of strangulation, an L6F. He received a 270-day sentence in each case to be served consecutively and was awarded a total of 135 days credit.
James Lee Redkey has been sentenced in two cases. He pled to domestic battery with moderate bodily injury in one case and to intimidation in the other. He was sentenced to 180 days for the battery and 360 days for the intimidation which are to be served consecutively. He was given 181 days credit
Jeremiah Guy-Eugene Wolfe has pled to two counts of nonsupport of a dependent, both A misdemeanors, and sentenced to 360 days on each count suspended to probation with 13 days credit. The charge, both L6Fs, were entered as misdemeanors.
Ashley Collett has pled in 2 separate cases. She pleaded guilty to resisting law enforcement using a vehicle, an L6F, and to theft, an A misdemeanor, in the first case and to possession of meth, an L6F, in the second. She was sentenced to 2 years for both felonies and to 6 months on the theft to be served consecutive to each other. She received credit for a total of 6 days.