Two Receive Jail Time


Cameron M. Allen, 18, of David’s Ridge, St. Albans, was charged with the three crimes by Deputy E.E. Carpenter of the Lewis County Sheriff’s Department on April 25.
According to Carpenter’s complaint against Allen, on April 22, he responded to a brandishing call on Peter’s Lick in Lewis County.
There he found that a female victim had been restricted in movement and confined to a bedroom by threats of violence from Allen, who was assisted by a juvenile male who had brandished a gun towards the victim.
Allen was charged with unlawful restraint, contributing to the delinquency of a minor and obstructing police.
On June 14, under a plea agreement with the state, Allen pleaded guilty to the obstructing charge before Magistrate Roger D. Clem, Jr. The unlawful restraint and contributing charges were dismissed as part of the plea agreement.
On the obstructing charge he was assessed court costs of $160.25, ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $1,328, and was given a six month jail sentence with 90 days suspended and credit for any time served prior to his plea, with the remainder to be served in jail.
Also receiving jail time was Justin F. Kyer, 35, of Cottrill Run Road, Jane Lew. Kyer was charged with two counts of domestic assault, domestic battery and obstructing by Cpl. M. Denison of the West Virginia State Police on May 8.
On June 14, under a plea agreement with the state, Kyer pleaded guilty to domestic battery and the domestic assault and obstruction charges were dismissed upon motion by the state before Magistrate Clem.
On the domestic battery charge, he was assessed court costs of $160.25, and received a one year jail sentence with six months suspended. He will serve one year of probation upon his release from jail.
Others before the court included:
Morgan B. Grubb, 19, of Dutchman Lane, Weston, was charged with battery by Ptlm. J. I. Minney, WPD, on May 8.
On June 15, Grubb pleaded guilty before Magistrate Clem. She was assessed court costs of $160.25 and was given a four day jail sentence with credit for four days served in jail prior to her plea.
Curtis R. Gadson, 22, of Shoeberry Street, Weston, was charged with destruction of property by State Tpr. F.J. Turansky, WVSP, on March 28.
On June 15, the charge was dismissed upon motion by the state before Magistrate Clem with the notation that Gadson, “was committed to a hospital for treatment.”
Heather R. Mullone-Petre, 45, of Mill Street, Weston, was charged with petit larceny by Deputy J.S. Carey, LCSD, on May 16.
On June 15, the charge was dismissed upon motion by the state before Magistrate Clem with the notation that the dismissal was based on “further investigation and prosecutor’s discretion.”
Jeffrey L. Sheridan, 30, of Emmy Lu Lane, Bridgeport, was charged with assault and domestic assault by Deputy J.I. Minney, LCSD, on Sept. 29, 2016.
On June 15, under a plea agreement with the state, Sheridan pleaded guilty to the domestic assault charge and the assault charge was dismissed upon motion by the state before Magistrate Clem.
On the domestic assault charge he was assessed court costs of $160.25 and received a 60 day suspended jail sentence with credit for time served replaced with one year of probation.
Logan S. Wilkinson, 31, of Dolan Mobile Home Park, Weston, was charged with domestic battery by Cpl. D.A. Lothes, WPD, on Feb. 13.
On June 14, Wilkinson pleaded guilty before Magistrate Clem. He was assessed court costs of $160.25 and received a 10 day suspended jail sentence replaced with six months of probation.
Brandon C. Kerns, 25, of Taylor Avenue, Elkins, was charged with driving while license was suspended or revoked for DUI by Chief Deputy R.W. Hyre, LCSD, on May 30.
On June 9, Kerns pleaded guilty before Magistrate Michael R. Gissy. He was assessed a fine of $100, court costs of $160.25, and received a 30 day suspended jail sentence replaced with 30 days of home incarceration.
Mark A. Brogan, 52, of Cottage Avenue, Weston, was charged with aggravated DUI by Ptlm. J.I. Minney, WPD, on June 7, after registering a blood alchohol content level of .193.
On June 9, under a plea agreement with the state,  Brogan pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of non-aggravated DUI before Magistrate Gissy. He was assessed a fine of $100, court costs of $235.25 and was sentenced to serve 24 hours in jail.

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