Judge sentences five & revokes probation
Judge Andrew Frye sentenced five people for felony offenses and revoked the probation of a sixth in Morgan County Circuit Court in June.
Tracy L. Lambright, 40, of Youngblood Road, Great Cacapon, was sentenced to one-to-15 years in prison after pleading guilty to two counts of delivering illegal prescription drugs, according to the Morgan County Circuit Clerk’s Office.
The judge sentenced Earl H. Spears, 60, of Valley Road, Berkeley Springs, to two-to-six years in prison after Spears pled guilty to a third offense of driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages and driving while his license was revoked, Spears must also pay a $3,000 fine.
Matthew J. Bollman, 38, was sentenced to two-to-six years of home confinement after pleading no contest to domestic battery, a felony, and obstructing an officer, a misdemeanor. He must also pay restitution to his victim.
Samuel O. Barnes, 36, of Barnes Court, Berkeley Springs, pled guilty to driving while his license was revoked, third offense. He was sentenced by Judge Frye to one-to-three years in prison and $3,000 fine.
Todd L. Lind, 36, of Martinsburg was given a suspended sentence of a year in jail and placed on 10 months home confinement after pleading guilty to a second offense of driving while under the influence of alcoholic beverages.
Judge Frye revoked probation for Robert Golden, 67, of Hancock, Golden must now serve a 2009 sentence of one-to-three years in prison for failure to pay child support.