Kokomo Tribune; Kokomo, Indiana

August 25, 2013

Aug. 25, 2013: Area sentencings


Kokomo Tribune

---- — Area Sentencings

• Jordan R. Hayes, 25, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony possession of a narcotic drug, was sentenced to three years with 154 days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions he complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay court costs and probation fees

• Chad E. Colvin, 27, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class C felony possession of a narcotic drug, was sentenced to eight years executed in prison and pay court costs.

• Joshua Pittman, convicted in Howard Superior Court 2 of Class A misdemeanor trafficking with an inmate, was sentenced to one year with 60 days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions he complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• Carlton Wilson, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of Class B felony burglary, was sentenced to 12 years with four years executed and the balance on probation with the conditions he complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay restitution, court costs and probation fees.

• Raymond Wilcox, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of petition to revoke a suspended sentence, was sentenced to 146 days of his previously suspended sentence and an additional 60 days of probation.

• Vernon Lamar Smith, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of petition to revoke a suspended sentence, was sentenced to nine months of previously suspended sentence and returned to probation.

• Elijahwon Waldrop, convicted in Howard Circuit Court of petition to revoke a suspended sentence, was sentenced to 90 days of his previously suspended sentence.

• Ashley M. Jones, 28, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony possession of a controlled substance, was sentenced to one year with two days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions he complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• Allen D. Cockrell, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of petition to revoke a suspended sentence, was sentenced to 138 days of his previously suspended sentence.

• Jessica M. Benish, 32, convicted in Howard Superior Court 4 of Class D felony theft, was sentenced to 18 months with 22 days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions she pay court costs and probation fees.

• Ryan L. Schafer, 29, convicted in Howard Superior Court 4 of Class A misdemeanor resisting law enforcement, was sentenced to one year with eight days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions he pay court costs and probation fees.

• Jason M. Clougher, 30, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony possession of a controlled substance, was sentenced to three years with 376 days in prison, one year of in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions he complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• Jeremy J. Titus, 40, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony operating a vehicle while intoxicated and A misdemeanor possession of marijuana, was sentenced to two years with 183 days in-home detention and one year suspended to be served on probation with the conditions he complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay court costs and probation fees. The sentences were ordered to run concurrently.

• Stacey A. Pollard, 50, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony possession of cocaine, was sentenced to three years with 616 days executed and the balance on probation with the conditions he complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay court costs and probation fees.

• James Shelley, 32, convicted in Howard Superior Court 1 of Class D felony possession of precursors, was sentenced to three years with one year in-home detention and the balance on probation with the conditions he complete and pay for drug and alcohol treatment as well as pay court costs and probation fees.