Shawn M. Waugh, of Marlinton, appeared before Magistrate Doshia Webb on November 14 and entered guilty pleas to charges of having a concealed weapon, possessing a controlled substance, and giving false information to police. He was given a jail sentence of 12 months and fined $100 on the first offense and 60 days on the third. All but 72 hours of the jail time was suspended. Court costs came to at total of $540.90. Waugh was also ordered to do 200 hours of community service.
Several hearings were held in Magistrate Kathy Beverageﾒs court on the 15th.
Steven M. Gibson, of Marlinton, pled no contest to DUI and was sentenced to six months in jail, fined $250, and assessed $270.50 in court costs. All but 29 days of the jail sentence were suspended, with credit for time served, and he was placed on probation for five months. A charge of driving with his license suspended/revoked for DUI was dismissed.
Charles E. Stull, of Bartow, entered a plea of no contest to the charge of being a prohibited person with a firearm. He was sentenced to one year in jail with a fine of $250 and court costs of $160.50. The jail sentence was suspended and Stull was placed on home confinement for a year.
A charge of assault against Richard A. Hedrick, of Bartow, was dismissed.
Christy L. Waugh, of Dunmore, appeared in court on Friday on charges of driving with her license suspended/revoked, non-DUI and failure to use a child seat. She was released on $250 bond. State Police Tpr. F. H. Barlow issued the complaints.
To clarify an item in last weekﾒs magistrate news: the Mark D. Jackson arrested is not the Mark Jackson who works at State Farm Insurance.