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Man pleads to Amphetamine distribution

A 29-year-old Scottsburg man, Brian Marquis Tucker, pleaded guilty Monday to an amended charge for being an accessory after the fact to Amphetamine distribution.

Pursuant to a plea agreement with the commonwealth, the defendant was sentenced to a 12-month suspended jail term, conditioned on his good behavior for 12 months.

The court ordered Tucker be placed on probation for 12 months and pay a $100 fine.

 

Other court cases

Barry Leon Tuck, 49, of South Boston pleaded guilty Tuesday to a felony charge for obtaining utility services without the intent to pay for them.

Pursuant to a plea agreement with the commonwealth, the court withheld its finding of guilt and continued the case for 12 months in order for the defendant to pay $4,350 restitution to Dominion Virginia Power.

The court ordered the defendant be of good behavior for 12 months, stipulating the charge would be reduced to a misdemeanor if all court-ordered conditions were adhered to.

 Darryl Ramel Brooks, 32, of South Boston pleaded no contest Monday to a capias charge for a probation violation.

The court revoked 30 days of Brooks’ previously suspended prison term for the violation, ordering it to run consecutively with time already received.

The court ordered Brooks to receive credit for time already served and seek drug treatment and counseling.

The court dismissed another charge against the defendant for a probation violation during the trial.

 Jerry Wayne Conner, 29, of Alton was convicted Monday of a probation violation.

The court revoked Conner’s previously suspended prison sentence but ordered no new jail time, ordering him to complete both the detention and diversion programs and placing him on probation for an additional year.

The court dismissed another charge against the defendant during the trial for escaping custody without force.

 Deshane Damont Brown, 31, of Nathalie had a show cause charge against him for a probation violation dismissed Monday upon full payment of court costs.

 Bobby Dean Clark, 39, of South Boston had a show cause charge against him for a probation violation dismissed Monday upon full payment of court costs.

 Todd Edward Dease, 45, of Halifax pleaded no contest Monday to a charge for a probation violation.

The court revoked Dease’s previously suspended sentence but ordered no new jail time, ordering the defendant to pay $50 each month in court costs for six months and $100 each month thereafter.

 Sheena Trammel Myers, 38, of Alton was convicted Monday of a reduced charge for misdemeanor destruction of property belonging to Leonard Brandon, in a review case.

The court found evidence sufficient to convict Myers of felony destruction of personal property last May, but continued disposition of the case to allow the defendant to pay damages in full.

The court sentenced Myers to a 12-month suspended jail term, conditioned on her good behavior for 12 months.

 Steve Carroll Paschal, 37, of Danville had two charges against him nol prossed Monday upon a motion by the commonwealth.

Charges nol prossed included those for a subsequent offense of driving after being declared a habitual offender and misdemeanor reckless driving.

 Kelvin Wise Stovall Jr., 24, of South Boston pleaded no contest Monday to a probation violation.

The court revoked Stovall’s previously suspended sentence but ordered no new jail time, ordering him to complete counseling and have no more positive screens.

The court stipulated if the defendant returns before the court for any more positive screens, it would impose a 12-month jail term.

 Marshall Antwane Traynham, 26, of South Boston pleaded no contest Monday to a probation violation. 

The court revoked three months of Traynham’s previously suspended sentence, ordering the defendant to undergo drug counseling and treatment.