(11/05/2019)
At least three individuals were sentenced Monday in Calhoun Circuit Court and taken to Central Regional Jail.

- Rick Dale Boatright was convicted on possession of incendiary device explosives.

- Keith Alan Moore was convicted on possession of a controlled substance, driving DUI revoked and no insurance.

- Robby Franklin Lamp was convicted on charges related to delivery of controlled substance.

Court details will follow.

Monday Docket for Calhoun Circuit Court, Judge Anita Harold Ashley presiding:

State vs. Rick Boatright, sentencing.

State vs. Brian Keith Burrows, acceptance or rejection of high/low plea.

State vs. Angela Yoak, sentencing.

State vs. Jedidiah Daniel Stutler, sentencing.

State vs. Patty Ann Sampson, acceptance/rejection of high/low plea, sentencing.

State vs. Seth Wease, status.

State vs. Eugene Madison Bowe, Jr., arraignment, status of competency.

State vs. Billy Ray Hardway, status of evaluation.

Status vs. Ethan Garner Arnold, pretrial motion.

State vs. James Scott Morford, pretrial motions.

State vs. Roxie M. Troup, pretrial motions.

State vs. Zachary Ryan Troup, pretrial motions.

State vs. Loralee Lamp aka Loralee Brown, sentencing.

State vs. Zachary Ryan Bell, sentencing.

State vs. Brandy Jo Carpenter, arraignment continued.

State vs. Christopher Scott Lamp, sentencing.

State vs. Johnny Ray Blosser, sentencing.

State vs. Bobby Franklin Lamp, sentencing.

State vs. Keith Alan Moore, sentencing.

State vs. April Dawn Moore, sentencing.

State vs. Dennis Wayne Bailey, pretrial.

State vs. Tara Elizabeth Metz, sentencing.

State vs. Christian Kyle Cottrell, sentencing.

State vs. Jonathan David McIntyre, sentencing.

State vs. April Dawn Ball, defendants motion.

Civil: Nicholas Jones vs. Rusty Richards, status hearing.

Civil: Cody Doyle Parsons vs. Ronzel Dewayne and Tammy Lynette Jett, status hearing.

Civil: John and Jennifer Miller vs. Dusty Beegle, status continued.

Petition: State of WV and Calhoun Sheriff Jeffery Starcher vs. Gary Lee Nicholson, evidentiary hearing for forfeiture continued.

Nine juvenile cases.


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