Kokomo Tribune; Kokomo, Indiana

April 13, 2014

Area sentencings


Kokomo Tribune

---- — • Teighlor S. Trine, 21, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class B felony conspiracy to deal in a narcotic drug, was sentenced to eight years with 394 days in jail, 1,066 days of in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions she complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment, Re-Entry Court Program as well pay court costs and probation fees.

• Darrian Peterson, convicted in Howard Superior Court 4 of Class C felony burglary, was sentenced to six years with four years in the Cass/Pulaski Community Correction’s Work Release Program and the balance on probation with the conditions he pay restitution, obtain a high school diploma or GED as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• Rex Shook, 58, convicted in Howard Superior Court 4 of Class D felony resisting law enforcement, was sentenced to 18 months with four days in jail and the balance on probation with the conditions he pay court costs and probation fees.

• Kevin Catron, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of petition to revoke a suspended sentence, was sentenced to serve the balance of his suspended sentence in jail.

• Cody Vaughn, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of petition to revoke a suspended sentence, was sentenced to 60 days of his suspended sentence in jail.

• Daniel Scoles, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of petition to revoke a suspended sentence, was sentenced to 92 days of his suspended sentence in jail and an extended 90 days of probation.

• William T. Richard, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of petition to revoke a suspended sentence, was sentenced to 90 days of his suspended sentence in jail.

• Justin Woodard, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of petition to revoke a suspended sentence, was sentenced to 116 days of his suspended sentence in jail and an extended 60 days of probation.

• James E. Smith, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of petition to revoke a suspended sentence, was sentenced to 84 days of his suspended sentence in jail and an extended three months of probation.

• Stephanie Bates, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of Class A misdemeanor conversion, was sentenced to one year with two days served in jail and the balance on probation with the conditions she pay court costs and probation fees.

• Ashely Robbinson, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of Class D felony theft, was sentenced to 18 months with eight days served in jail and the balance on probation with the conditions she pay restitution, court costs and probation fees.

• Robert D. Bammerlin, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of Class A misdemeanor conversion, was sentenced to one year with 24 days served in jail and the balance on probation with the conditions he pay restitution, court costs and probation fees.

• Ronald Ewing Jr., convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class B felony dealing in cocaine, was sentenced to 10 years with three years in prison, three years of in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions he complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well pay court costs and probation fees.

• Michelle D. Hafley, 39, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony maintaining a common nuisance, was sentenced to 18 months with six days served in jail and the balance on probation with the conditions she complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well pay court costs and probation fees.

• Sirtorry Carr, 24, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class B felony dealing in cocaine, was sentenced to 12 years with six years in prison and the balance on probation with the conditions he pay court costs and probation fees.

• Tamara L. Biehle, 47, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class B felony dealing in a controlled substance, was sentenced to 12 years with four years in jail, two years of in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions she complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well pay court costs and probation fees.

• Paul Newport, 62, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony possession of a precursor by a methamphetamine user, was sentenced to three years with one year of in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions he pay court costs and probation fees.