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Boyle County court records, July 28

DISTRICT COURT

Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available.

• Justin M. Johnson, 31, Lancaster: violation of protective order, 30 days; contempt of court, 30 days, concurrently.

• Georgeanne N. Naylor, 56: first-degree possession of a controlled substance, drug unspecified, amended to criminal attempt, 365 days, credit for one day served, remaining time probated two years; and controlled substance prescription not in original container, failure to use proper signal and possession of drug paraphernalia, all dismissed.

• Geneva A. Bryant, 37, Danville: fraudulent use of credit card less than $500 within six months, 120 days; third-degree unlawful use of a computer, 120 days, concurrently, credit for one day served, remaining time probated one year, restitution hearing continued.

• Jaime N. Fleming, 41, Danville: first-degree facilitation trafficking in a controlled substance, meth, 180 days, to serve 30 days, remaining time probated one year.

• Christopher L. Phillips, 40, Danville: possession of marijuana, 30 days, probated one year; and rear license not illuminated and contempt of court, dismissed.

• Michael Black, 37, Danville: public intoxication with a controlled substance, to serve 30 days.

• Tabitha R. Boyd, 43, Harrodsburg: theft by unlawful taking/shoplifting items valued less than $500, 90 days, probated one year, $17.11 restitution, contempt of court, to serve nine days.

• Benny N. Bowen, 38, Frankfort: public intoxication, 25.

• Anthony Bryan Hunter, 38, Nicholasville: possession of marijuana, 30 days; possession of drug paraphernalia, 60 days, concurrently, probated one year; driving on suspended license, amended to no license in possession, $50; and license plate not legible and contempt of court, both dismissed.

CIVIL JUDGMENTS

Civil judgments handed down in Boyle Circuit Court include:

• Velocity Investments LLC vs. Trina D. Bolton, default judgment for plaintiff, $7,626.89 plus interest and costs.

• Christopher Sparrow vs. Laura Sparrow, divorce granted.

• Emmanuel Deterrio Young vs. Rachel Leeann Young, divorce granted.

• Portfolio Recovery Associates vs. Christina Damron, default judgment for plaintiff, $7,067.48 plus court costs.

• Nikki Lynn Sawyer vs. Brian Scott Sawyer, divorce granted.

CRIMINAL JUDGMENTS

Criminal judgments handed down in Boyle Circuit Court include:

• Dewey Alexander Graves, 39, Danville: order revoking probation for 2016 case; first-degree possession of a controlled substance, meth, one year consecutively with 2016 case; possession of drug paraphernalia, 12 months, concurrently.

• Christy Griffith, 46, Stanford; first-degree bail jumping, one year six months, suspended one year six months, probation five years, to serve 10 days per year on weekends.

• Marshall Lewis, 29, Salvisa: order voiding pretrial diversion; first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, fentanyl; first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, heroin; and first-degree wanton endangerment, five years each count, concurrently, suspended five years, five years probation.

• Robert White, 44, Versailles: first-degree possession of a controlled substance meth, one year, concurrently with all other sentences, credit for 252 days served, time has been served out; possession of drug paraphernalia, one year, concurrently; five counts contempt of court, merged; first-degree bail jumping, amended to second-degree, 12 months, concurrently; contempt of court, dismissed.

• William Wren, 36, Bradfordsville: first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, meth, two years; two counts contempt of court, merged; first-degree bail jumping, one year, consecutively.   

• William Ford, 33, Danville: first-degree possession of a controlled substance, meth, amened to second-degree possession, drug unspecified, 12 months, concurrently with other sentences; possession of drug paraphernalia, 12 months; second-degree escape, one year.

• Sarah McMullin, 34, Richmond: first-degree possession of a controlled substance, drug unspecified, amended to second-degree, 12 months, suspended 12 months, credit for 50 days served, remaining time probated two years.

• Bradley Elder, 43, Danville: first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, meth, four years; three counts contempt of court, merged; first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, second offense, amended to first offense, meth, one year, consecutively; first-degree possession of a controlled substance, meth, amended to second-degree drug unspecified, 12 months, consecutively; possession of drug paraphernalia, 12 months, consecutively.

• Mark Stinnett, 30, Harrodsburg: first-degree promoting contraband, amended to attempt, 12 months, consecutively with Mercer County cases; first-degree possession of a controlled substance, heroin, one year, concurrently; third-degree burglary, one year, concurrently; shoplifting items valued less than $500, 12 months, concurrently.

• John Washington, 67, Danville: first-degree wanton endangerment, one year, suspended one year, five years probation; second-degree criminal mischief; and third-degree terroristic threatening, 12 months each count, concurrently, suspended 12 months, five years probation.

• Kierran Lyttle, 20, Danville: tampering with physical evidence, amended to attempt, 12 months, suspended 12 months, credit for 36 days served, remaining time probated two years; first-degree possession of a controlled substance, cocaine, amended to second-degree drug unspecified, 12 months concurrently, probated the same; four counts contempt of court, merged.

• Nakyia Frye, 21, Danville: first-degree unlawful access to a computer, amended to third-degree, 12 months, suspended 12 months, credit for one day served, two years probation.

• James Pevley, 38, Danville: first-degree possession of a controlled substance, meth, one year, to run consecutively with Lincoln County sentence.

• Bradley Elder, 43, Danville: first-degree possession of a controlled substance, meth, amended to second-degree drug unspecified, 12 months, concurrently with all other sentences; first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, meth, one year, consecutively with two other cases.

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