August 29, 2013
WILLIAMSON - According to C. Michael Sparks, the Mingo County Prosecuting Attorney, a total of seven defendants entered guilty pleas on Wednesday to a variety of charges before Senior Status Circuit Court Judge, John Cummings.
Daniel Martin pled guilty to one count of delivery of a Schedule I controlled substance (marijuana) and faces a possible prison sentence of one to five years.
Bradley Lawson entered a plea of guilty to delivery of a Schedule III controlled substance (Hydrocodone) and could spend a period of one to three years behind bars for his crime.
Janet Berry agreed to plead guilty to one count of delivery of a Schedule II controlled substance (Oxycodone) and will receive a prison sentence for her crime of one to fifteen years when sentenced.
Jeremiah Maynard pled guilty to charges of malicious assault and reckless fleeing with a vehicle and could possibly spend a total of one to five years in a state prison facility.
Jonathan Berry agreed to a guilty plea to the charge of soliciting a minor via the internet and is facing a prison sentence of two to ten years for his crime.
Jason Young pled guilty to delivery of a Schedule I controlled substance (Heroin) and could be sentenced to a total of one to fifteen years in prison.
Christopher Blair entered a guilty plea to one count of child neglect creating risk of injury and will receive a sentence of between one and five years behind bars.
These defendants will once again appear before the Honorable Judge Cummings on Tuesday, October 1st at 9 a.m. for their sentencing hearings.