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Eleven people sentenced this week in federal court

August 25, 2012
The Inter-Mountain

Eleven people were sentenced this week in U.S. District Court in Elkins by Chief Judge John Preston Bailey.

Nathaniel L. Fawley, 22, of Petersburg, was sentenced Monday to 87 months in prison and then three years of supervised release, U.S. Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld II said. Fawley pleaded guilty May 25 to possession of material used in the manufacture of methamphetamine on Jan. 27. He was remanded to custody of the U.S. marshals pending designation to a federal institution.

Roni N. Nicely, 22, of Cabins, was sentenced to 51 months in prison and then three years of supervised release. Nicely pleaded guilty June 1 to possession of material used in the manufacture of methamphetamine on Jan. 27. Nicely, who is free on bond, will self-report to a designated federal institution.

Derick E. Wilson, 30, of Petersburg, was sentenced to 51 months in prison and then three years of supervised release. Wilson pleaded guilty May 29 to possession of material used in the manufacture of methamphetamine on Jan. 27. Wilson, who is free on bond, will self-report to a designated federal institution.

Jeremy Jones, 31, of Petersburg, was sentenced to 46 months in prison and then three years of supervised release. Jones pleaded guilty May 29 to possession of pseudoephedrine to be used in the manufacture of methamphetamine on Dec. 6, 2011. Jones, who is free on bond, will self-report to a designated federal institution.

Kevin G. Thompson Jr., 20, of Petersburg, was sentenced to 37 months in prison and then three years of supervised release. Thompson pleaded guilty May 21 to possession of pseudoephedrine with intent to manufacture methamphetamine on Dec. 9, 2011. Thompson, who is free on bond, will self-report to a designated federal institution.

Darl E. Vanmeter, 30, of Petersburg, was sentenced to 96 months in prison and then three years of supervised release. Vanmeter pleaded guilty June 4 to possession of material used in manufacturing methamphetamine on Feb. 9. Vanmeter, who is free on bond, will self-report to a designated federal institution.

Tomma J. Kile, 40, of Maysville, was sentenced to 46 months in prison and then three years of supervised release. Kile pleaded guilty May 26 to possession of material used in manufacturing of methamphetamine on Feb. 9. Kile, who is free on bond, will self-report to a designated federal institution.

Ty H. Vanmeter, 20, of Petersburg, was sentenced to 24 months in prison and then three years of supervised release. Vanmeter pleaded guilty May 29 to possession of pseudoephedrine to be used in the manufacture of methamphetamine on Feb. 9. Vanmeter, who is free on bond, will self-report to a designated federal institution.

Garrett A. Sites, 28, of Petersburg, was sentenced to 37 months in prison and then three years of supervised release. Sites pleaded guilty June 1 to possession of pseudoephedrine to be used in manufacturing methamphetamine on Jan. 19. Sites, who is free on bond, will self-report to a designated federal institution.

The cases were prosecuted by Assistant U.S. attorneys Stephen D. Warner and Robert H. McWilliam Jr. and investigated by the Grant County Sheriff's Department, U.S. Forest Service, DHS-Homeland Security Investigations and the West Virginia State police.

Christopher Bills, 18, of Lewis County, was sentenced to 60 months in prison and then three years of supervised release. Bills pleaded guilty June 26 to use of a firearm during a crime of violence. Bills was charged with using a firearm during a 7-Eleven store robbery in Weston. Bills was remanded to custody of the U.S. Marshal pending a designated federal institution. This case was prosecuted by Assistant U.S. Attorney Zelda E. Wesley and investigated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.

Ralph W. Jack, 55, of Buckhannon, was sentenced to 12 months in prison and then six years of supervised release. Jack pleaded guilty April 10 to distribution of Fentanyl TS Patch on Jan. 7. Jack, who is free on bond, will self-report to a designated federal institution. This case was prosecuted by Warner and investigated by the Upshur County Sheriff's Department and Buckhannon Police Department.

 
 

 

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