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By Rachel Dove


rbaldwin@civitasmedia.com


WILLIAMSON - Mingo County Prosecuting Attorney Teresa Maynard has released the names of six defendants, along with a list of their charges, who recently entered felony guilty pleas in Mingo County Circuit Court.


Brandi J. Baisden pleaded guilty to delivery of a Schedule IV controlled substance (Alprazolam), as charged in Information No. J14-F46. Baisden now faces a sentence of in a state correctional facility for an indefinite term of not less than one to three years. Baisden was represented in this case by Attorney Marsha Webb Rumora. Prosecuting Attorney Teresa D. Maynard represented the state. Mingo County Sheriff’s Chief Field Deputy J. Smith was the investigating officer. Baisden’s sentencing is currently scheduled for April 17.


Debra L. Gauze pleaded guilty to conspiracy (grand larceny), as charged in count II of Indictment No. J14-F6. Gauze faces a sentence of confinement in a state correctional facility for one to five years. Gauze was represented by Attorney Diana Carter Wiedel. Prosecuting Attorney Teresa D. Maynard represented the state and sheriff’s Deputy S. M. Smith was the investigating officer.


Richard Lee Jarvis entered a guilty plea to a charge of destruction of property that resulted in $2,500 in damages, as charged in count II of Indictment No. J14-F13. Jarvis faces a sentence in a state correctional facility for not less than one nor more than 10 years. Jarvis’ legal counsel was Attorney Paul A. Montgomery. Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Joshua S. Ferrell represented the state. Sheriff’s deputy Cpl. P. Muncy was the investigating officer.


Thomas Price pleaded guilty to a charge of grand larceny as charged in count I of Indictment No. J14-F2. Price will be sentenced to confinement a state prison term of one to 10 years. Price was represented in court by Attorney Ronald J. Rumora. Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Glen R. Rutledge represented the state. Sheriff’s Deputy E. Williams was the investigating officer.


Homer Allen Spry pleaded guilty to attempt (grand larceny), which was a lesser included offense of count I of Indictment No. J14-F21 and attempt (grand larceny), also a lesser included offense of count II of Indictment No. J14-F22. Spry faces two sentences of confinement in a state correctional facility for not less than one nor more than three years each. Spry was represented by Attorney Diana Carter Wiedel. Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Joshua S. Ferrell represented the state. West Virginia State Troopers J. J. Dean and J. K. Harris were the investigating officers.


Charles Workman pleaded guilty to forgery as charged in counts III and IV of Indictment No. J14-F16. Workman will receive sentences that carry prison terms of one to 10 years on each count. Workman’s attorney was Kathryn Cisco Sturgell. Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Glen R. Rutledge represented the state. Williamson Police Department Chief Barry Blair was the investigating officer.


Gauze, Jarvis, Price, Spry and Workman all will be sentenced May 5 in Mingo County Circuit Court.

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