Magistrate Court docket


Timothy J. Horner, 28, of Lights Lane, Weston, was charged with possession of a controlled substance/Buprenorphine by Prosecuting Attorney Christina Flanigan on March 20, 2017.
On Oct. 25, Horner pleaded no contest before Magistrate Roger D. Clem, Jr. He was assessed court costs of $160.25 and was given credit for 12 days of incarceration prior to entering his plea as jail time.
Jeremy R. Claypoole, 42, of Hettie Road, Ireland, was charged with possession of a controlled substance/Marijuana and obstructing the police by Deputy E.J. Brightbill, LCSD, on Oct. 9.
On Oct. 23, under a plea agreement with the State, Claypoole pleaded guilty to the possession charge and the obstructing charge was dismissed upon motion by the State before Magistrate Michael R. Gissy.
On the possession charge, Claypoole was assessed court costs of $160.25 and was given a suspended six month jail sentence replaced with one year of probation to include participation in the Community Corrections Program. Claypoole received credit for 15 days of incarceration prior to entering his plea.
Edward L. Claypoole, 21, of Gauley Turnpike, Ireland, was charged with possession of a controlled substance/Methamphetamine by Deputy E.J. Brightbill, LCSD, on Oct. 9.
On Oct. 23, Claypoole pleaded guilty before Magistrate Clem. He was assessed court costs of $160.25 and received a six month suspended jail sentence replaced with one year of probation. Claypoole received credit for 10 days of incarceration prior to entering his plea.
Aaron D. Dye, 25, of Stone Lane Apartments, Bridgeport, was charged with possession of a controlled substance/Metahmphetamine and obstructing the police by Deputy E.E. Carpenter, LCSD, on Oct. 14.
On Oct. 23, under a plea agreement with the State, Dye pleaded guilty to the possession charge and the obstructing charge was dismissed upon motion by the State before Magistrate Gissy.
Dye was assessed court costs of $160.25 and was given a suspended six month jail sentence replaced with one year of probation to include participation in the Community Corrections Progra. Dye received credit for 10 days of incarceration prior to entering his plea.


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