Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)

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September 26, 2012

Boyd Circuit Court

CATLETTSBURG — The following defendants were sentenced recently in Boyd Circuit Court:

‰Brandy Arthur, 34, of Sciotoville, five years for drug possession.

‰Brandy Slone, 36, of Ashland, five years for drug possession.

‰Howard Henry, 29, of Prichard, W.Va., three years for theft.

‰William D. Crum, 22, of Ashland, one year for theft.

‰Donald R. Mullins, 40, of Ashland, five years for drug trafficking.

‰Samantha Roberts, 23, of Ashland, one year for wanton endangerment.

‰Kenneth McKenzie, 42, of Ashland, one year for driving under the influence.

‰Amanda Murphy, 32, of Russell, three years for drug possession.

‰Harold Potter, 28, of Vanceburg, nine years for criminal possession of a forged instrument and persistent felony offender.

‰Roger Jordan, 53, of Louisa, one year for assault.

‰Sherry Watkins, 47, of Ashland, seven years for drug trafficking.

‰Lonnie Dalton, 39, of Ashland, five years for possession of matter portraying sexual performance by a minor.

‰Wesley Osburn, 23, of Ashland, 2 1⁄2 years for assault.

‰Martice Foy, 20, of Detroit, 2 1⁄2 years for drug trafficking.

‰Misty Evans, 37, of Ashland, one year for criminal possession of a forged instrument.

‰David Nickell, 31, of Sandy Hook, one year for receiving stolen property.

‰Mary Meyer, 28, of Rush, two years for theft.

‰Cecil Gordon, 29, of Ashland, one year for identity theft.

‰Celina Duncan, 29, of Ashland, one year for theft.

‰Anthony Gibbs, 43, of Rush, two years for theft.

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