2017-09-13 / Police & Safety

Magistrates Report

Recent sentences from Magistrate Kermit Ambrose:

Jay E. Gill, 34, of Berkeley Springs was sentenced to jail for 90 days after pleading guilty to driving while his license was revoked for a DUI. His jail sentence is to be served through home confinement and he must pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Recent sentences from Magistrate Debra Ditto:

Matthew L. Hammberbacher Riley, 31, of Berkeley Springs was sentenced to jail for 30 days after pleading guilty under a plea agreement to trespassing and refusing to leave, causing damages to property. He must also pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Joel G. Patton, 32 of Berkeley Springs was sentenced to jail for 90 days after pleading guilty to knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without a valid prescription.

His jail sentence is to run concurrently with other sentencing and he must pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Patton was also sentenced to jail for 90 days after pleading guilty under a plea agreement to knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without a valid prescription.

His jail sentence is to run concurrently with other sentencing and he must pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Patton was also sentenced to jail for 30 days after pleading guilty under a plea agreement to driving while his license was revoked for a DUI.

His jail sentence is to run concurrently with other sentencing. He was fined $100 and must pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Patton was also sentenced to jail for 30 days after pleading guilty under a plea agreement to driving with no insurance.

His jail sentence is to run concurrently with other sentencing and he must pay a $200 fine and $165.25 in court costs and fees.

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