7/22/2019 1:46:00 PM Drugs dominate in most recent criminal pleas accepted by court
Melissa D. Engleking has pled to possession of meth, a Level 6 Felony (L6F), and sentenced to 18 months with credit for 40 days and the sentence suspended to probation. She was ordered to complete 70 hours of community service to be completed by May 30, 2020.
Nathaniel Drew Derringer has pled to possession of a syringe, an L6F, and sentenced to 360 days with credit for 135 days.
Angela Marie Hoskins has pled to possession of meth, an L6F, and sentenced to 359 days with 2 days credit and the remainder suspended to probation for 355 days. She must complete 70 hours of community service by March 9, 2020.
Mark Allen Stearns has pled to possession of meth, an L6F, and sentenced to 360 days with 3 days credit. He will spend 354 days or 177 actual days on home detention.
Elijah Devaughn Murrell has pled in two separate cases and his sentences will be served consecutively. In the first, he pled to possession of meth, an L6F, and received 360 days with 6 days credit with the remaining 348 days to be served on home detention.
In the second case, he pled to assisting a criminal, an L6F, and was sentenced to 360 days to be spent on home detention.
Robert A. Combs has pled to domestic battery with serious bodily injury, an L5F, and sentenced to 5 years with credit for 261 days. He will serve his sentence on home detention for 1478 days or 1108 actual days. He was ordered to pay restitution to the victim of $263.19.
Joshua Raymond Collett has pled to possession of meth and escape, both L6Fs. On each count, he received a sentence of 18 months concurrent with each other but consecutive to a 2019 L6F case.He was given 63 days credit and was recommended for purposeful incarceration or for a therapeutic program for substance abuse while at the DOC.
Darrell Gene Brazee has pled in 2 different to the same charge of possession of meth. He was sentenced to 180 days on each, with one sentence suspended to probation for 160 days after receiving credit for 10 days. They are to be served consecutively.
Posted: Thursday, July 25, 2019
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