2018-01-24 / Police & Safety

Magistrates Report

Recent sentences from Magistrate Kermit Ambrose:

Thomas E. Thompson Jr., 45, of Great Cacapon was sentenced to 30 days in jail after pleading guilty to driving while his license was suspended or revoked, third offense. Thompson received credit for time served for the jail time, which was to be served through Community Service. He must also pay a $150 fine and $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Thompson also pled guilty to knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without a valid prescription. He must pay a $10 fine and $165.25 in court costs and fees for the offense. His probation was revoked and he received credit for time served.

William F. Webber, 49, of Great Cacapon was sentenced to 30 days in jail after pleading guilty to driving while his license was revoked for DUI. He will serve out the sentence on home confinement and must pay a $100 fine and $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Jill A. Wright, 40, of Hedgesville was sentenced to one year unsupervised probation after pleading guilty to domestic battery. Her sentence was suspended for 90 days and she received credit for 19 days served. Wright must also pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Alvin F. Chambers Jr., 59, of Hedgesville was sentenced to 30 days in jail after pleading guilty to driving while his license was revoked for DUI. He must pay a $100 fine and $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Denver N. Newlin, 42, of Williamsport, Md. was sentenced to 23 days in jail after pleading guilty to obstructing an officer. He received credit for time served and must pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Matthew B. Bush, 31, of Bedford, Pa. was sentenced to one year unsupervised probation after pleading guilty to being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm. He must serve a 90-day suspended sentence and pay $165.25 in court costs and fees. Bush also pled guilty to possession of a controlled substance, and must serve a 90-day suspended sentenced on probation. He must also pay $165.25 in court costs and fees on that charge.

Garrett W. Stone, 21, of Hedgesville must pay a $100 fine after pleading guilty to DUI, first offense. He must also pay $240.25 in court costs and fees.

Recent sentences from Magistrate Debra Ditto:

Robert C. Cloud Jr., 26, of Berkeley Springs must pay a $100 fine after pleading guilty to knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without a valid prescription. Cloud must also pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Kent D. Hancock, 52, of Cross Junction, Va. must pay a $250 fine after pleading guilty to driving while his license was suspended (non- DUI), second offense. Hancock must also pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

Anthony E. Vaughn, 39, of Harrisonburg, Va. must pay a $150 fine after pleading guilty to knowingly or intentionally possessing a controlled substance without a valid prescription. Vaughn must also pay $165.25 in court costs and fees.

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