According to Magistrate Court records, the following individuals had activity in their cases:

In Magistrate Cynthia Broce-Kelley’s court:

Kevin Scott Lambert, 22, of Durbin, pleaded guilty December 6 to a charge of hunting, trapping or fishing on lands of another. He was assessed $185.25 in court costs and fines.

Lauren Elizabeth Purser, 22, of Radford, Virginia, pleaded guilty December 10 to a charge of driving too fast for roadways. She was assessed $185.25 in court costs and fines.

Patrick Joseph Beck, 57, of Marlinton, pleaded guilty December 17 to charges of out of season hunting and vehicle hunting. He was sentenced to 20 days suspended jail, 20 days unsupervised probation and assessed $450.50 in court costs and fines.

Ernest R. Stone, 61, of Leon, pleaded guilty December 18 to a charge of hunting, trapping or fishing on lands of another. He was assessed $185.25 in court costs and fines.

Anthony A. Woody, 37, of Marlinton, pleaded guilty December 18 to a charge of driving while license is suspended/revoked. He was assessed $265.25 in court costs and fines.

In Senior status Magistrate Danith Miller’s court:

Jerry Lee Arbaugh, age unavailable, of Circleville, pleaded guilty December 14 to a charge of expired license. He was assessed $215.25 in court costs and fines.

Crystal Gayle Dean, 39, of Buckeye, pleaded no contest December 26 to a charge of prohibited fire during forest fire season. She was assessed $465.25 in court costs and fines.

Ronald G. Gordon, Jr., 44, of Marlinton, pleaded guilty December 20 to improper checking of game. He was assessed $185.25 in court costs and fines.

Scottie R. Peters, 44, of Dunbar, pleaded guilty December 27 to a charge of driving under the influence with an alcohol concentration in blood greater than or equal to .15, second offense. He was sentenced to 48 hours in jail and assessed $514.25 in court costs and fines.

Jonathan Edward Sergeon, 39, of Marlinton, pleaded guilty December 6 to two counts of stalking – repeatedly following another, causing fear or emotional distress. He was sentenced to 140 days suspended jail, two years unsupervised probation and assessed $370.50 in court costs and fines.

Douglas A. Sheets, 62, of Arbovale, pleaded guilty December 14 to a charge of fleeing from an officer. He was sentenced to 90 days suspended jail, one year unsupervised probation and assessed $665.25 in court costs and fines.