July 31, 2014Judge Kenneth H. Goff, II

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Joseph M. Carnes, 26, pleaded guilty to theft by deception including a cold check under $500, and was sentenced to 10 days probation after two hours served. Carnes was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.


Michael G. Matthews, 50, pleaded guilty to alcohol intoxication in a public place, first and second offense, and was ordered to pay $25 in fines and $233 in court costs.


Amanda Pickerill, 32, pleaded guilty to six counts of theft by deception including cold checks under $500, and was sentenced to 10 days probation after two hours served on each charge, with time served to run consecutively. Pickerill was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.


Clinton R. Weber, 51, pleaded guilty to receiving stolen property under $500, which was amended to disorderly conduct in the second degree. Weber was sentenced to 30 days probation after two days served, and was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.


James Garrigus, 21, pleaded guilty to criminal trespassing in the third degree, and was ordered to pay a $100 fine.


Kira Beres, 36, pleaded guilty to theft by deception including cold checks under $500. Beres was sentenced to 10 days probation after two hours served and was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.


Ronald Kelly May, II, 26, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana, and was sentenced to 45 days probation after two days served. May was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.


Anthony D. Hofmann, 19, pleaded guilty to violation of a KY EPO/DVO, and was sentenced to 365 days probation after 120 days served. Hofmann was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.


Charles Ray Gaither, 22, pleaded guilty to alcohol intoxication in a public place, first and second offense, and disorderly conduct in the first degree. Gaither was sentenced to 90 days probation after five days served, and was ordered to pay a $25 fine and $233 in court costs.


Timothy W. Finlinson, 46, pleaded guilty to assault in the fourth degree, domestic violence with no visible injury. Finlinson was sentenced to 90 days probation after 10 days served and was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.


A bench warrant was issued for Charles R. Lowery, 41.


Melissa Janssen, 38, pleaded guilty to disregarding a stop sign and was ordered to pay a $50 fine and $793 in court costs.


Sara Beth Lindsey, 26, pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of an accident/failure to render aid or assistance, which was amended to careless driving. Lindsey was ordered to pay a $50 fine and $193 in court costs.


William Kennedy pleaded guilty to three counts of theft by deception and was sentenced to 365 days probation after 10 days served and was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.


Shane M. Wells, 41, pleaded guilty to public intoxication with a controlled substance excluding alcohol, and possession of a controlled substance prescription not in its original container. Wells was sentenced to 90 days probation after six days served, and was ordered to pay $25 in fines and $233 in court costs.


A bench warrant was issued for John T. Childress, 33.


Christopher Lee Foley, 35, pleaded guilty to fleeing or evading police in the second degree on foot; resisting arrest; alcohol intoxication in a public place, first and second offense. Foley was sentenced to 90 days probation after 10 days served on the first two charges, with time served to run concurrently; and was ordered to pay a $25 fine and $233 in court costs.


Alexander C. Henderson, 22, pleaded guilty to speeding 15 miles per hour over the speed limit, which was amended to speeding nine miles per hour over the speed limit. Henderson was ordered to pay an $18 fine and $161 in court costs.


John T. Marshall, 20, pleaded guilty to speeding 26 miles per hour or more over the speed limit, which was amended to speeding 25 miles per hour over the speed limit; and reckless driving, which was amended to careless driving. Marshall was referred to State Traffic School and was ordered to pay a $100 fine and $243 in court costs.


A bench warrant was issued for Megan R. Poole, 37.


A bench warrant was issued for Calvin Tapscott.


David Keith Elmore, 51, pleaded guilty to trafficking in a synthetic drug, first offense, which was amended to possession of synthetic drugs; engaging in organized crime, which was merged with the first charge; and deceptive business practices, which was also merged with the first charge. Elmore was sentenced to 30 days probation and ordered to pay $183 in court costs.


Walter Michael Wanty, 53, pleaded guilty to trafficking in a synthetic drug, first offense, which was amended to possession of synthetic drugs; deceptive business practices; engaging in organized crime, which was merged with the first and second charges; and acquiring property/investing with income from trafficking in controlled substance, which was merged with the first and second charges. Wanty was sentenced to 30 days probation on each of the first two charges, and was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.


Gerald Wayne Stith, 65, pleaded guilty to trafficking in a synthetic drug, first offense, which was amended to possession of synthetic drugs; deceptive business practices; ; engaging in organized crime, which was merged with the first and second charges; and acquiring property/investing with income from trafficking in controlled substance, which was merged with the first and second charges. Wanty was sentenced to 30 days probation on each of the first two charges, and was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.


Elizabeth J. Mudd, 62, pleaded guilty to theft by deception including cold checks under $10,000, which was amended to under $500. Mudd was sentenced to 10 days probation after 12 hours served, and was ordered to pay $183 in court costs.


Becky J. Johnson, 42, lpeaded guilty to forgery of a prescription for a legend drug, first offense; which was amended to receiving stolen property under $500; and fleeing or evading police, sec odn degree, on foot. Johnson was sentenced to 365 days probation after 60 days served on each charge, and was ordered top ay $183 in court costs.


Vernon E. Cottrell, III, 21, pleaded guilty to alcohol intoxication in a public place, first and second offense; disorderly conduct in the second degree; resisting arrest; criminal mischief in the second degree; terroristic threatening in the third degree; five charges of assault in the third degree of a police/probation officer, which were each amended to assault in the fourth degree; possession of marijuana; and possession of drug paraphernalia. Cottrell was sentenced to 365 days probation after 90 days served on eight of those charges, 90 days to be served on the second charge, and 45 days to be served on the 11th charge. Cottrell was also ordered to pay a $25 fine and $183 in court costs.

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