Jane Lew woman pleads to battery

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Alma L. Robinson, 66, of Wymer Run Road, Jane Lew, was charged with battery by Sr. Tpr. F.J. Turansky, of the West Virginia State Police on Nov. 26. The charge stemmed from an altercation that occurred in the parking lot of the Dollar General Store on Nov. 25 between Robinson and another female.
On Nov. 27, Robinson pleaded no contest before Magistrate Michael R. Gissy. She was assessed a fine of $100, court costs of $160.25 and received a suspended five day jail sentence replaced with six months of probation.
Other recent criminal dispositions handed down in Lewis County Magistrate Court included:
Lenora L. Withrow, 31, Virginia Street, Jane Lew, was charged with possession of a controlled substance/Methamphetamine by Cpl. M.S. Clark, WVSP, on Nov. 20.
On Nov. 30, Withrow pleaded no contest before Magistrate Roger D.  Clem, Jr. She was assessed a fine of $10 and court costs of $160.25.
Selena J. Gooden, 26, of Elm Street, Buckhannon, was charged with possession of a controlled substance/Suboxone by Sgt. E. Riddle, WPD, on Sept. 16.
On Nov. 30, the charge was dismissed upon motion by the state before Magistrate Clem with the notation that Gooden had a valid prescription for the drug.
Sarah L. Riffle, 80, of West Seventh Street, Weston, was charged with disorderly conduct by Sgt. E. Riddle, WPD, on Aug. 11.
On Nov. 28, the charge was dismissed upon motion by the defense without objection by the state before Magistrate Clem.
Justin F. Kyer, 35, of Cottrill Run Road, Jane Lew, was charged with trespassing by Deputy B.D. Hendershot, LCSD, on Nov. 19.
On Nov. 28, the charge was dismissed upon motion by the state before Magistrate Clem with the notation that a “new charge will be filed.”
Joseph P. Hitt II, 38, of 12th Street, Weston, was charged with driving while license was suspended or revoked for DUI by Deputy E.E. Carpenter, LCSD, on Nov. 7.
On Nov. 18, Hitt pleaded guilty before Magistrate Clem. He was assesed no fine, court costs of $160.25, and received one day in jail with credit for time served prior to entering his plea.

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