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Hancock County Magistrate

March 14, 2013
Weirton Daily Times

Feb. 26

David B. Boyer, Weirton, pleaded no contest to having a loaded firearm in a motor vehicle and was found guilty. Ordered to forfeit the firearm. Fined $100 and assessed court costs. Also pleaded no contest to hunting from a motor vehicle, hunting in a closed season, and obstructing/conspiring to violate Chapter 20 (West Virginia Department of Natural Resources code) and was found guilty. Fined $100 and assessed court costs on each of the three charges.

Feb. 27

Joseph T. Hamilton, Weirton, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence. Sentence of six months in jail converted to home confinement. Fined $500 and assessed court costs. Charges of driving on a suspended license (DUI), driving left of center, violating a stop sign and speeding dismissed at prosecutor's request.

Jennifer L. Dunn, Weirton, charge of driving under the influence dismissed at prosecutor's request and refiled as citation for reckless driving.

Henry A. Long, Weirton, pleaded guilty to lesser charge of non-aggravated driving under the influence. Sentence of six months in jail suspended. Placed on six months' unsupervised probation. Fined and assessed court costs. Pleaded guilty to leaving the scene/unattended vehicle. Sentence of six months in jail suspended. Placed on six months' unsupervised probation. Fined and assessed court costs. Charges of failure to report an accident and not having proof of insurance dismissed at prosecutor's request.

March 5

Autumn Kovach, Wellsburg, pleaded guilty to driving on a suspended license (third offense, administrative) after failing to complete a diversion program. Sentence of 30 days in jail converted to 30 days' home confinement. Fined $150 and assessed court costs.

Betty Pipes, Chester, charge of driving on a suspended license (third offense, administrative) dismissed with prejudice at prosecutor's request.

Jon Moore, Triadelphia, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Placed on six months' unsupervised probation with costs. Case will be dismissed if fines are paid and there are no probation violations.

John Nellum, Steubenville, charge of domestic battery dismissed with prejudice at the request of defense counsel and with no objection from the state.

March 6

David Alley, New Cumberland, pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of non-aggravated driving under the influence. Sentence of 30 days in jail suspended. Placed on seven months' probation with a $35 fee. Fined $350 and assessed court costs.

Dustin McCoy, New Cumberland, pleaded guilty to receiving/transferring stolen property. Sentence of one year in jail converted to 365 days' home confinement, with day reporting and drug testing. Assessed court costs and fees. Pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance (two counts). Sentence of six months in jail suspended. Placed on one year unsupervised probation, to run consecutive with the other charge. Assessed court costs and a probation fee. Pleaded guilty to reckless driving. Fined $100 and assessed court costs. Pleaded guilty to petit larceny. Sentence of six months in jail suspended. Placed on one year unsupervised probation, to run consecutive. Assessed court costs and a probation fee.

Matthew Tomblin, Weirton, pleaded guilty driving under the influence with injury. Sentenced to 60 days in jail, with credit for 12 hours served and order to serve remaining 12 hours. Fifty-nine days suspended. Placed on six months' unsupervised probation with a $30 fee. Fined $200 and assessed court costs.

Anthony Rasicci, Wintersville, charge of driving under the influence (third offense) refiled as DUI (second offense), to which defendant pleaded guilty. Sentence of six months in jail suspended. Placed on six months' home confinement. Assessed court costs.

 
 

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