According to Magistrate Court records, the following individuals were either arrested or had activity in their cases.
In Magistrate Kathy Beverage's court:
Gregory Wayne Warf, 46, of Hillsboro, had a revocation hearing
February 22. He was removed from community corrections and is serving the remainder of his sentence in jail. He pleaded guilty February 8 to a charge of driving under the influence-second offense.
At a February 22 hearing, Kevin Reed McCoy, 38, of Renick, had his alternative sentencing to six months with community corrections revoked. He was sent to jail to serve the remainder of his sentence. He pleaded guilty October 5 to charges of driving suspended/revoked for DUI, registration violation, no proof of insurance and driving under the influence-second offense.
In Magistrate Janet Kershner-Vanover's court:
Eric J. Schneider, 33, of Marlinton, appeared in court February 23 on a charge of possession of a controlled substance, less than 15 grams. He was sentenced to six months unsupervised probation and assessed $165.50 in court costs.
Linda Gibson, 67, of Marlinton, was sentenced February 25 to pay, through the court, $950 in restitution, $159.50 in court costs and six months unsupervised probation on a charge of destruction of property. She pleaded no contest to the charge October 21, 2009.
Ryan M. Sheppard, 32, of Snowshoe, pleaded guilty February 25 to a charge of driving under the influence. He was assessed a $250 fine, $159.50 in court costs, $130 in miscellaneous fees, sentenced to two days jail with credit for time served and placed on one year of unsupervised probation.
Steven Kelley Bennett, 34, of Marlinton, pleaded guilty February 23 to a charge of possession of a schedule IV controlled substance. He was assessed a $200 fine, $159.50 in court costs, a $25 arrest fee and sentenced to 90 days jail with credit for time served. A charge of possession of a schedule II controlled substance was dismissed on motion of Assistant Prosecutor J.L. Clifton.
Hayes A. Arbogast, 42, of Monterville, pleaded guilty February 23 to a game violation charge. He was assessed a $20 fine, $159.50 in court costs and $200 deer replacement fee. A second game violation charge was dismissed on motion of Assistant Prosecutor Clifton.