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Six sentenced in circuit court

February 9, 2013
By Katie Kuba Senior Staff Writer (kkuba@theintermountain.com) , The Inter-Mountain

Six people were sentenced in Randolph County Circuit Court Friday, according to Randolph County Prosecuting Attorney Michael Parker.

David Hartley, 33, address unknown, was sentenced to one two 10 years in the state penitentiary on each of two felony counts of entering without breaking; these sentences will run concurrently to one another, but consecutively to a sentence Hartley is currently serving for a driving revoked for DUI conviction.

Joe Michael Bragg, 27, an inmate at McDowell County Correctional Facility, was sentenced to one to five years in the state penitentiary on each of three counts of felony conspiracy; these sentences are to run consecutively for an effective sentence of three to 15 years. Judge Jaymie Godwin Wilfong ordered those sentences to run consecutively to the sentence Bragg is currently serving.

Robert Scott, 33, of Elkins, was sentenced to one to 15 years in the state penitentiary on one felony count of delivery of a controlled substance, cocaine, and one to five years on one felony count of conspiracy for an effective sentence of two to 20 years.

Valerie McIntyre, 23, of Elkins, was sentenced to one to five years in the state penitentiary on one felony count of conspiracy. Parker said Wilfong directed McIntyre's defense counsel to prepare a motion for reconsideration.

Kevin Ramsey, 24, an inmate at Mt. Olive Correctional Facility, was sentenced to one year in regional jail and fined $500 for one misdemeanor count of destruction of property; Ramsey was also sentenced to six months in jail for one misdemeanor count of assault on a correctional officer. These sentences are to run consecutively to one another and consecutively to the sentence Ramsey is currently serving. Wilfong also ordered Ramsey to pay $649.50 in restitution to the W.Va. Division of Corrections.

Matthew Harris, 36, of Elkins, was sentenced to one year in regional jail on one misdemeanor count of obtaining money, property or services by false pretenses. Harris' sentence will be suspended in lieu of two years of supervised probation with the condition that he successfully completes the Randolph County Community Corrections program.

Contact Katie Kuba by email at kkuba@theintermountain.com.

 
 

 

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