2017-08-09 / Police & Safety

Magistrates Report

Recent sentences from Magistrate Kermit Ambrose:

Jonas D. Fultz, 37, of Berkeley Springs was sentenced to jail for six months after pleading guilty to battery on a government employee or medical personnel. His jail sentence is to be served on home confinement, and Fultz must pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Fultz was also sentenced to jail for six months after pleading guilty to driving under the influence, first offense. His jail sentence is to be served on home confinement and is to run concurrently with another sentence. He was fined $200 and must pay $260.25 in court costs and fees.

Fultz was also sentenced to jail for six months after pleading guilty to driving with no insurance. His jail sentence is to be served on home confinement and is to run concurrently with another sentence. He must also pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Jennifer L. Oliver, 52, of Berkeley Springs was sentenced to jail for 30 days after pleading no contest to embezzlement. Oliver was sentenced to one year unsupervised probation with a suspended sentence of 10 months with credit for time served and must comply with Eastridge Health Systems or Day Report guidelines. Her probation was revoked due to a terms violation. She must also pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Recent sentences from Magistrate Debra Ditto:

Mark A. Beddow, 34, of Berkeley Springs was sentenced to jail for 60 days after pleading guilty under a plea agreement to driving with no insurance. His jail sentence was suspended for 60 days and he must serve 240 hours of community service. He was also sentenced to one year unsupervised probation. Beddow must also pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Beddow was also sentenced to jail for 60 days after pleading guilty under a plea agreement to driving with improper registration. His jail sentence was suspended for 60 days and he must serve 240 hours of community service. He was also sentenced to one year unsupervised probation. He must also pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Beddow was also sentenced to jail for 10 days after pleading guilty under a plea agreement to driving with fraudulent motor vehicle insurance. His jail sentence was suspended for 10 days and he must serve 240 hours of community service. He was also sentenced to one year unsupervised probation. All community service is to run concurrent. He must also pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Ross C. Monroe, 53, of Ridgeley was fined $100 after pleading guilty to passing in a no passing zone. He must also pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

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