Judge revokes probations, sends seven people to prison
Circuit Judge Andrew Frye recently ordered seven people to serve their original prison sentences after revoking their probations because they violated probation requirements.
John W. Christopher, 46, must now serve ten-to-20 years for the sexual abuse of an eight-year-old child seven years ago, according to the Morgan County Circuit Clerk’s Office.
Jessica R. Lester, 32, of Berkeley Springs must now serve one-to-15 years in prison for delivery of heroin in July, 2009. Lester was also indicted on drug charges two weeks ago as part of the Operation Opiate Overdose sting this summer.
Bradley Lopp must now serve two back-to-back, one-year sentences for petit larceny and engaging in a fraudulent scheme last year.
David Allen Diehl, 43, of Berkeley Springs must now serve one-to-15 years in prison for possession of cocaine with intent to deliver in early 2007.
Adam Ginevan, 36, of Paw Paw must now serve one-to-five years in prison for conspiring to steal coins and jewelry in February, 2011.
Dustin Thomas, 21, of Great Cacapon must now serve one-to-five years in prison for delivery of hydrocodone in August, 2011.
Adam M. Bright, 29, of Slanesville had his home confinement revoked and must now serve one-to-three years in prison for a felony third offense of driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages in 2011.