Wyo. CountyCircuit Court Part 1

Wyo. CountyCircuit Court Part 1

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“"CLICK...GOT YOU ! " ”

Since: Sep 08

Any Town Southern WV

#1 Mar 8, 2010
Virgil Dale Wimmer, 37, of Glen Fork, delivery of a controlled substance, sentenced to the West Virginia Department of Corrections for one to five years. His sentence was suspended and Wimmer was placed on home confinement for six months, followed by two years probation. He was also ordered to pay costs according to law.
Edmond Dennis Toler, 39, Cyclone, two counts of prescription fraud; sentenced to two terms of not less than one nor more than four years in the custody of the state Department of Corrections; sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation for two years.
Melva K. Morgan, 44, Simon, grand larceny; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for one year.
Amie Beth Walls, 33, Hanover, petit larceny; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for one year.
Roger Ritter, 44, Matoaka, attempt to commit a felony; sentenced to one to five years in the custody of the state Department of Corrections; sentence suspended and placed on probation for two years. He was given credit for five months time served.
Derek Shawn Green, 25, Brenton, petit larceny; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for one year and ordered to pay court costs.
Bobbie Joe Lawrence, 39, Oceana, malicious wounding; sentenced to two to 10 years in the state Department of Corrections; sentence suspended and placed on home confinement for six months, followed by three years probation, and ordered to pay court costs.
Kevin Lee Roberts, 40, Clear Fork, attempted murder; sentenced to one to 15 years in the state Department of Corrections; sentence suspended and placed on probation for two years.
Alvis Ray Shrewsbury, 33, Bud, assault; sentenced to six months in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for one year and ordered to pay court costs.
Elizabeth Marie Smith, 42, Pineville, petit larceny; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for one, ordered to pay restitution and court costs.
Melvin Dean Sargent, 53, Matoaka, DUI causing death; sentenced to one to three years in the state Department of Corrections; then given an alternative sentence of one to three years of home confinement and an alcohol treatment program, and ordered to pay court costs.

“"CLICK...GOT YOU ! " ”

Since: Sep 08

Any Town Southern WV

#2 Mar 8, 2010
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Charles Millsap, 41, Sophia, entering without breaking; sentenced to one to 10 years in the state Department of Corrections; sentence suspended and placed on probation for two years and ordered to pay court costs.
Isaac Vance, 27, New Richmond, grand larceny and petit larceny; sentenced to two one-year terms in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation, ordered to pay restitution to the town of Pineville and Wyoming County East High School, and pay court costs.
Amy Nicole Walls, 29, Herndon, petit larceny; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for two years and ordered to pay restitution to First Peoples Bank and court costs.
Alisha J. Acord, 40, Oceana, domestic battery; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for one year and ordered to pay court costs.
Steven Ray Lawrence, 32, Simon, possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance; sentenced to not less than one nor more than three years; sentence suspended and placed on probation for one year.
Terry Kennedy Sr., 54, Beckley, petit larceny; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for one year.
Eva Dawn Compton, 28, Wyoming, one count of uttering; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail and ordered to pay restitution.
Brenda Jackson, 47, North Springs, fraudulent schemes; sentenced to one to 10 years in the state Department of Corrections; sentence suspended and placed on one year probation and to pay restitution.
Thomas Andrew Laxton, 26, Pineville, petit larceny; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on one year probation and ordered to pay restitution.
Micky Lee Vance, 32, Pineville, petit larceny; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on home confinement for six months, followed by two years probation.
Michael Turrissi, 34, Mullens, battery; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for one year.
Linda A. Rollins, 56, Oceana, attempt to commit murder; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for one year.
Kegan Correll, 23, New Richmond, petit larceny; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for one year and ordered to pay restitution.
Tasheena Correll, 23, Rockview, petit larceny; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for one year and ordered to pay restitution.
Ashley R. Allen, 23, Sabine, misdemeanor possession of a controlled substance; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for two years.
Gerald Arnold West, 54, Hanover, possession of a controlled substance; sentenced to one to 15 years in state Department of Corrections; sentence suspended and placed on probation for one year.
Jonathan Toler, 20, Clear Fork, second offense petit larceny; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for two years.
Marc F. Scott, 36, Bud, second offense domestic battery; sentenced to one year in Southern Regional Jail; sentence suspended and placed on probation for two years and to attend batterer’s intervention program.
mana

Walker, WV

#3 Mar 8, 2010
we shall be free....

wwooooooooooooooooo

we shall be free....

(sing along!)
bob

Welch, WV

#4 Mar 8, 2010
we sure have a great court system, all of these thieves and dope heads getting probation on all of the sentences. if you want to steal and sell drugs do it in wyoming county. because they won't do anything about it.
well said

Pineville, WV

#5 Mar 8, 2010
when i first read this post, i wanted to respond and say how pitiful, but it really is sickening. absolutely no consequences for their actions.
whocares_icare

United States

#6 Mar 8, 2010
NO.. you let yourself or any other tax paying citzen do anything like this, and you will go to jail.......lol@ how funny is that?
nozy

United States

#7 Mar 8, 2010
I guess all of you are perfect and have never did anything you have regretted.

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#8 Mar 9, 2010
This is a money issue..."they" do not not want to pay the costs involved with housing inmates at the Southern Regional jail.....The "push" now seems to be (according to a newspaper article) having those related to drug offenses, "handled" by the day report center...The overwhelming majority of drug offenses resulting in probation or "fines" indicates that.
I imagine we can either pay to incarcerate these people or pay to update our own security to protect our homes and property from those who steal from us to support their habits....It appears we can not longer afford to fight crime in this country:)
just wondering

Oceana, WV

#9 Mar 9, 2010
what does uttering mean??? never heard of that charge before????
lee

Welch, WV

#10 Mar 9, 2010
just wondering wrote:
what does uttering mean??? never heard of that charge before????
Uttering means writing bad checks.

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#11 Mar 9, 2010
Or forging documents etc...
NatureGirl

United States

#12 Mar 9, 2010
lee wrote:
<quoted text>
Uttering means writing bad checks.
writing bad checks to obtain cash to have the means to purchase prescription drugs illegally. Right? Every single charge can be traces back to or linked to drug use. Wow.
Sick and Tired

Gilbert, WV

#13 Mar 9, 2010
nozy wrote:
I guess all of you are perfect and have never did anything you have regretted.
You need to crawl back under that rock you came out from under. I've certainly done things I've regretted but NONE of it included getting hooked on dope,selling it or stealing from people. We are sick of the thieves and dope heads robbing us of the things that we work hard for. What I like to know is what makes them think they are entitled to other people's things? Yes everyone should have a security system BUT it shouldn't be because the justice system isn't doing their job and keeping these low lives off the street, because you have to have one. It should be an option for us to have peace of mind. We shouldn't have to have our homes like prison's wrapped up tighter than Fort Knox. I know one thing I'm warning all you pill head thieves,if you try to come in on me or on my property you will be shot, and I never miss. I have a right to defend my home and by God you can bet I'll exercise that right and if I'm not there and you do manage to make it past my security system, you'll be on camera so you won't get far.
mana

Walker, WV

#14 Mar 9, 2010
we shall be free....

wwooooooooooooooooo

we shall be free....

(sing along!)
As IF

Herndon, VA

#15 Mar 9, 2010
Anyone prosecuted and found guilty of theft/drug charges should have all gov't assistance taken away permanently.

That might make some of those people think twice before they commit the crime.

They don't mind probation but would hate to miss out on the free ride.

Since: Oct 09

AOL

#16 Mar 9, 2010
nozy wrote:
I guess all of you are perfect and have never did anything you have regretted.
I regret that anyone could read the first posts and not feel sickened. Why bother with court hearings at all? Where's the punishment? I regret that I missed work to attend a bond revocation hearing for the thief that took my husband's tools, sold them, used the money for drugs, only to have the deputy sheriff tell us he could put the thief in Brier Creek selling our property, but he could not put him in our outbuilding stealing it... I regret that we paid over $1000 for a security system to protect what we have worked hard to have, and I regret that we now sleep with a loaded gun at the edge of our bed. I also regret that Nozy, who obviously has no sense of right and wrong, isn't forced to wear some sort of sign that says "I'm an idiot."

Since: May 08

Location hidden

#17 Mar 9, 2010
Just What if wrote:
<quoted text>I regret that anyone could read the first posts and not feel sickened. Why bother with court hearings at all? Where's the punishment? I regret that I missed work to attend a bond revocation hearing for the thief that took my husband's tools, sold them, used the money for drugs, only to have the deputy sheriff tell us he could put the thief in Brier Creek selling our property, but he could not put him in our outbuilding stealing it... I regret that we paid over $1000 for a security system to protect what we have worked hard to have, and I regret that we now sleep with a loaded gun at the edge of our bed. I also regret that Nozy, who obviously has no sense of right and wrong, isn't forced to wear some sort of sign that says "I'm an idiot."
I bet if you caught him in the act and shot him dead, they wouldn't have any trouble placing you in front of a jury over it, would they?....Couldn't they have at least gotten him for recieving stolen property?.... Where did he say he got your property, to sell at Brier Creek?
Curious George

United States

#18 Mar 9, 2010
if you were an innocent, good, hardworkin person that stole a loaf of bread or a jug of milk cause your family truly needed it, you would be put in jail faster than you could blink your eyes...but every name on that list i bet you is a repeat offender..the reason wyo cnty is full of scum is b/c they dont punish them for anything. its kinda like a reunion when they appear back in the court room..first name basis kinda stuff..PATHETIC
geo

Bluefield, WV

#19 Mar 10, 2010
Curious George wrote:
if you were an innocent, good, hardworkin person that stole a loaf of bread or a jug of milk cause your family truly needed it, you would be put in jail faster than you could blink your eyes...but every name on that list i bet you is a repeat offender..the reason wyo cnty is full of scum is b/c they dont punish them for anything. its kinda like a reunion when they appear back in the court room..first name basis kinda stuff..PATHETIC
Is the circuit court judge the same one that recently lost his seat on the supreame court?

Since: Oct 09

AOL

#20 Mar 10, 2010
Shootist wrote:
<quoted text>I bet if you caught him in the act and shot him dead, they wouldn't have any trouble placing you in front of a jury over it, would they?....Couldn't they have at least gotten him for recieving stolen property?.... Where did he say he got your property, to sell at Brier Creek?
The deputy that investigated kept trying to get us to accept restitution in exchange for dropping charges...he could have cared less how our property got in his hands. The boy made his living stealing and when we asked if we were supposed to wait until he stole from someone else, sold that to pay us, the deputy said he just could not prove that he stole the stuff, only that he sold it. He was arrested because he was out on bond for stealing from someone else when we were robbed. Ironically, he recently overdosed, but with our lax justice system and rampant drug problem in this county, I'm sure there are still plenty left to pick up where he left off. And why not? Obivously no consequences for breaking the law in this county!

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