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Hancock County Magistrate

February 14, 2013
Weirton Daily Times

Jan. 24

Brandon Markham, Newell, charge of possession of a controlled substance dismissed upon successful completion of six months' unsupervised probation and payment of $215.80 in court costs.

Jan. 29

Terrance Bish, Wintersville, pleaded no contest to two counts of worthless checks and was found guilty. Fined $25, plus court costs and restitution, on each count.

Tanner Crago, Newell, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Placed on six months' unsupervised probation. Fines and court costs paid in full.

Kevin Tasey, Weirton, found guilty of domestic battery. Sentence of 90 days in jail suspended. Placed on one year unsupervised probation, including participation in a batterer's intervention program. Fined $200 and assessed court costs and a $60 probation fee.

Matthew Schroeder, New Cumberland, found guilty of domestic battery. Sentence of 90 days in jail suspended. Placed on one year unsupervised probation, including participation in a batterer's intervention program. Fined $200 and assessed court costs, a $60 probation fee and jury fees.

Nancy Bragg, New Cumberland, charge of assault dismissed upon successful completion of a one-year diversion program and payment of $215.80 in court costs.

Zachary Boyd, East Liverpool, charge of possession of a controlled substance dismissed upon successful completion of a six-month diversion program and payment of $215.80 in court costs.

Gary Barrios Jr., New Cumberland, pleaded no contest to leaving the scene of an accident and was found guilty. Fined $500 and assessed $185.80 in court costs. Pleaded no contest to failure to maintain control and was found guilty. Fined $500 and assessed $160.80 in court costs. Charge of defective equipment and leaving the scene of an accident dismissed at prosecutor's request.

Jan. 30

Lindsey Coccoli, Weirton, pleaded guilty to driving under the influence (second offense). Sentence of six months in jail converted to 180 days' home confinement, with SCRAM (Secure Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor) unit and work release. Pleaded guilty to driving on a suspended license (DUI, second offense). Sentence of six months in jail converted to 180 days' home confinement, to run concurrent with other case. Assessed court costs and home confinement fees.

Feb. 1

Shane Wright, Newell, charges of conspiracy to possess heroin with intent to deliver, and possession of marijuana with intent to deliver, dismissed due to superceding grand jury indictment in Hancock County Circuit Court.

Wayne Casto, Weirton, pleaded guilty to failure to register as a sex offender (misdemeanor). Sentence of six months in jail suspended. Placed on six months' unsupervised probation. Fined $250 and assessed court costs and a $30 probation fee. Charge of failure to register as a sex offender (felony) dismissed at prosecutor's request.

Calvin White, East Liverpool, charge of defrauding a West Virginia Lottery table game dismissed and refiled as false pretenses, to which defendant pleaded no contest. Found guilty. Fined $250 and assessed court costs and $10 in restitution.

Feb. 5

Tanya McKinnon, Weirton, pleaded guilty to failure to have child attend school (second offense). Sentence of 20 days in jail suspended. Placed on six months' unsupervised probation. Assessed $185.80 in court costs. Three additional counts dismissed at prosecutor's request.

Brandi Blewitt, Newell, pleaded no contest to failure to have child attend school and was found guilty. Fined $50 and assessed $185.80 in court costs.

Feb. 6

Roger L. Davis Jr., New Cumberland, pleaded guilty to intimidation of a public officer. Sentence of 60 days in jail suspended, with credit for eight days served. Placed on one year unsupervised probation. Assessed $160.80 in court costs. Three additional counts dismissed at prosecutor's request.

 
 

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