According to Magistrate Court records, the following individuals were either arrested or had activity in their cases.
In Magistrate Cynthia Broce-Kelley’s court:
Stacy L. Friel, 33, of Marlinton, was found guilty August 19 to a charge of speeding. She was assessed $175.25 in court costs and fines.
Michael Lee Lewis, 47, of Hillsboro, pleaded no contest August 22 to charges of driving while license suspended/revoked and simple possession. He was assessed $530.50 in court costs and fines.
Jonathan Wilson, 28, of Marlinton, pleaded guilty August 17 to a charge of driving under the influence of alcohol, controlled substance or drugs. He was sentenced to six months suspended jail and placed on unsupervised probation. He was assessed $340.25 in court costs and fines. A charge of possession of marijuana was dismissed due to a plea agreement.
In Carrie Wilfong’s court:
Richard Tyler Evans, 25, of Vienna, pleaded guilty August 22 to a charge of reckless driving. He was assessed $215.25 in court costs and fines.
Jeffrey Scott Williams, 50, of Shelocta, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty August 18 to a charge of speeding. He was assessed $190.25 in court costs and fines.
George Henry Behrens, 82, of Green Bank, pleaded guilty August 15 to a charge of speeding. He was assessed $175.25 in court costs and fines.
Charges of driving under the influence, greater than .15 concentration and driving while license revoked for DUI against Kelly Michael Davis, 52, of Green Bank, were dismissed August 15 due to his compliance with a diversion agreement and completion of the Interlock Program with the West Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles. He was assessed $245.25 in court costs and fines.
Charges of two counts entry of building other than dwelling and two counts petit larceny against Luca J. Byrd, 24, of Marlinton, were transferred to circuit court August 15. Charges of possession of precursor or altered from thereof with intent to manufacture a controlled substance, receiving or transferring stolen goods, grand larceny, entry of dwelling and four counts of conspiracy were dismissed without prejudice.