Bond reduced in wanton endangerment case


Frankie Lea Knight, 33, of Buckhannon, who was charged with wanton endangerment, requested a bond reduction. The court reduced bond to $10,000 surety through a bail bondsman, and $2,500 personal recognizance.
Knight is still under bond supervision. The court ordered her to have no weapons in her possession and no drugs.
Charles Marsh, 57, of Weston, who was indicted on two counts of fraudulent use of an access device, a felony, requested a continuance and waived his right to a speedy trial. His trial is now scheduled for January 2019, and he will remain on his current bond.
Jessika Henline, 47, of Weston, who was indicted on one count of delivery of a controlled substance, Methamphetamine, one count of delivery of a controlled substance, Methamphetamine, and one count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, Methamphetamine, felonies, entered a plea agreement in which pleaded guilty to delivery of a controlled substance, Methamphetamine.
All other counts were dismissed. She was sentenced to one to five years, suspended. She is on probation for three years, and must perform 80 hours of community service each year she is on probation. She will receive credit for time served.
Henline must pay court costs, and $110 restitution to the Lewis County Sheriff’s Department within six months.
Derek Greenleaf, 31, of Jane Lew, who was indicted on two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, Buprenorphine, a felony, requested a continuance. His trial is scheduled for January 2019 and he will remain on his current bond.
Joshua McGuire, 31, of Weston, who was indicted on two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, Methamphetamine, within 1,000 feet of a school, and one count of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Methamphetamine, felonies, did not appear. A previous capias remains in effect.
Phillip Radcliff, 39, of Weston, who was indicted on one count of domestic battery, third offense, a felony, remains on bond. The state withdrew their motion for in camera hearing regarding Radcliff’s statement. He was ordered to have no contact with the victim. Jury selection will begin in September.
Robbie Brown, 33, of Orlando, who was indicted on one count of malicious assault, a felony, requested a continuance because a plea agreement with the state may be forthcoming.
Cody Richards, 23, of Alum Bridge, who was indicted on two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, Methamphetamine, within 1,000 feet of a school, and one count of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Methamphetamine, within 1,000 feet of a school, felonies, requested a continuance because a plea agreement could be forthcoming. Richards submitted to a drug screen, which was positive. His bail was revoked.
Christopher Linger, 47, of Weston, who was indicted on two counts of delivery of a controlled substance, Methamphetamine, felonies, tested positive for methamphetamine and was remanded to jail. His pre-trial is scheduled for Aug. 30.
Josh Donnellan, 22, of Weston, who was indicted on one count of delivery of a controlled substance, Methamphetamine, and one count of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance, Methamphetamine, felonies, had his plea agreement accepted by the court. His sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 3.
Josh Carder, 38, of Weston, who was indicted on one count of driving while in an impaired state, third offense, one count of fleeing from an officer under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances, or drugs, and one count of fleeing with reckless indifference, felonies, pleaded guilty to count one of the indictment, Driving While in an Impaired State, third offense. Counts two and three were dismissed. Upshur County conducted the pre-sentence investigation. Sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 3.
Melvin Jimmie Nicholson, Jr., 25, of Weston, who was originally indicted on five counts of forgery and four counts of uttering, waived his preliminary hearing. His probation was revoked. He was sentenced to one to 10 years with credit for time served. Court costs and restitution are to be paid within one year.
Morganne Grubb, 20, of Weston, who was indicted on one count of delivery of a controlled substance marijuana, within 1000 feet of a school, a felony, and one count of delivery of a controlled substance marijuana, a felony, waived her preliminary hearing. She was also found in violation of a deferred adjudicatory agreement. She will return to Sober Living, and report to Harrison County Probation.
Kasey Davisson, 29, of Buckhannon, who was indicted on felonies of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver: Methamphetamine, conspiracy to possess a controlled substance with the intent to deliver: Methamphetamine, and two misdemeanors of possession of a controlled substance, one for Marijuana and the other for Hydrocodone, was presented with the indictment at her hearing. Her bond was revoked, and her trial is scheduled for October.
Evan Geiger, 21, of Clarksburg, who was indicted on two felony counts of possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver, in reference to Marijuana and Clonazepam, entered a guilty plea to the possession of a controlled substance, marijuana with intent to deliver. He waived his pre-sentence investigation, and will receive credit for time served.
He was sentenced to one to five years, suspended. He will be on probation for five years. Lewis County Community Corrections, court costs, and attorney’s fees must be paid within one year. The remaining counts were dismissed.


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