Michael Adams, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 4 for resisting law enforcement, to 365 days, with 72 days executed and the balance on supervised probation, with 36 actual days and 72 days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to pay all court costs and fees.

Jake Beck, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 4 for petition to revoke, to 364 days, with 79 actual days and 158 days of jail time credit served.

Joseph Bogue, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 4 for failure to return to lawful detention, to 30 months, with 12 months executed and the balance on supervised probation, with no days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to pay all court costs and fees.

Ryan Brassard, sentenced in Howard Circuit Court for battery, to 365 days, with 40 days incarcerated and the balance on in-home detention, with 20 actual days and 20 days of jail time credit served. The sentence will run consecutively with another case. The defendant was also ordered to pay for all court costs and fees.

Timothy Bratcher, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 1 for dealing methamphetamine, to 10,950 days incarcerated, with 428 actual days and 571 days of jail time credit served. Upon successful completion of a substance abuse treatment program, the court will consider a modification to the sentence. The defendant was also ordered to pay for all court costs and fees.

Robert L. Brown, sentenced in Howard Circuit Court for operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated, to 365 days, with two days executed and the balance on supervised probation, with one actual day and one day of jail credit served. The defendant was also ordered to pay for and complete a drug and alcohol program, as well as pay all court costs and fees.

William Brown, was sentenced in Howard Superior Court 1 for one count of unlawful possession of a firearm by a serious violent felon and one count of maintaining a common nuisance. On unlawful possession of a firearm, the defendant was sentenced to 1,278 days, with nine days executed and the balance on supervised probation, with seven actual days and nine days of jail time credit served. On maintaining a common nuisance, the defendant was sentenced to 913 days, with 14 days executed and the balance on supervised probation, with seven actual days and 14 days of jail time credit served. The sentences will run concurrently but consecutively with another unrelated case. The defendant was also ordered to pay for and complete a drug and alcohol program and pay for all court costs and fees.

Kain Anthony Burthay, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 1 for theft, to 730 days, with 180 days executed on work release and the balance to supervised probation, with 70 actual days and 140 days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to pay for all court costs and fees.

Anthony Bernard Clark was sentenced in Howard Superior Court 1 for one count of invasion of privacy and two counts of resisting law enforcement. On invasion of privacy, the defendant was sentenced to 730 days, with 365 days executed on in-home detention and the balance on supervised probation. On one count of resisting law enforcement, the defendant was sentenced to 365 days, with 30 executed and the balance on supervised probation. On the other count of resisting law enforcement, the defendant was sentenced to 365 days, with 30 days executed and the balance on supervised probation. The sentences will run concurrently but will run consecutively with unrelated cases. The defendant has 140 actual days and 280 days of jail time credit served and was ordered to pay all court costs and fees.

Amber Maureen Cottrell, sentenced in Howard Circuit Court for unlawful possession of a syringe, to 548 days, with 30 days executed and the balance on supervised probation, with 15 actual days and 15 days of jail time credit served. The sentence will run consecutively with another case. The defendant was also ordered to pay restitution, complete a drug evaluation and pay all court costs and fees.

Elizabeth Davis was sentenced in Howard Superior Court 1 for one count of possession of methamphetamine and one count of domestic battery. On possession of methamphetamine, the defendant was sentenced to 548 days, with 22 days executed and the balance on supervised probation. On domestic battery, the defendant was sentenced to 365 days, with 22 days executed and the balance on supervised probation. The defendant has 11 actual days and 22 days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to pay for and complete a drug and alcohol program and pay for all court costs and fees.

Steven Delon, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 1 for escape, to 913 days executed, with 259 actual days and 518 days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to pay for all court costs and fees.

Jonathan Fred, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 4 for violation of probation, to 120 days executed, with 36 actual days and 72 days of jail time credit served.

Timothy Gamblin, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 1 for intimidation, to 548 days, with six executed and the balance on supervised probation, with three actual days and six days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to pay all court costs and fees.

Tuesday Grammer was sentenced in Howard Superior Court 1 for one count of possession of methamphetamine and one count of assisting a criminal. On possession of methamphetamine, the defendant was sentenced to 2,190 days, with 154 days incarcerated, 730 days on in-home detention and the balance on supervised probation. On assisting a criminal, the defendant was sentenced to 913 days, with 154 days executed and the balance on supervised probation. The defendant has 77 actual days and 154 days of jail time credit served. The sentences will run concurrently. The defendant was also ordered to pay for and complete a drug and alcohol program and pay all court costs and fees.

Marcus S. Herron, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 4 for possession of a narcotic drug, to 30 months executed on work release, with 10 actual days and 20 days of jail time credit served. The sentence will run consecutively with another case. The defendant was also ordered to pay all court costs and fees.

Dakota Bronson Kelley, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 4 for possession of methamphetamine, to two years all executed on work release, with 102 actual days and 204 days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to pay for and complete a drug and alcohol program and pay for all court costs and fees.

Rebecca Myers, sentenced in Howard Circuit Court for dealing methamphetamine, to 10 years, with five years executed, three years served on in-home detention and the balance on supervised probation, with 278 actual days and 93 days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to complete a drug assessment and pay for all court costs and fees.

Yerik Pike was sentenced in Howard Superior Court 4 for one count of strangulation, one count of battery resulting in moderate bodily injury and one count of residential entry. On all three counts, the defendant was sentenced to 913 days, with two days executed and the balance on supervised probation, with one actual day and one day of jail time credit served. The sentences will run concurrently. The defendant was also ordered to complete the MRT program and pay for all court costs and fees.

Gregory Deangello Rice was sentenced in Howard Superior Court 1 for one count of carrying a handgun without a license and one count of possession of marijuana. On carrying a handgun without a license, the defendant was sentenced to 365 days, with 38 days executed and the balance on supervised probation. On possession of marijuana, the defendant was sentenced to 180 days, with 38 days executed and the balance on supervised probation. The sentences will run concurrently. The defendant has 19 actual days and 38 days of jail time credit served, and he was ordered to pay all court costs and fees.

Justin D. Smith, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 4 for possession of methamphetamine, to 574 days, with 90 days executed and the balance on supervised probation, with 45 actual days and 90 days of jail time credit. The defendant was also ordered to pay all court costs and fees.

Christopher Sutton, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 4 for intimidation, to 365 days, with two days executed and the balance on unsupervised probation, with one actual day and two days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to pay all court costs and fees.

Thomas Benjamin Terry, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 4 for criminal trespass, to 365 days, with 186 days incarcerated and the balance on supervised probation, with 93 actual days and 186 days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to pay all court costs and fees.

Travis Thomas, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 4 for resisting law enforcement, to 30 months, with 12 months executed on in-home detention and the balance on supervised probation, with 65 actual days and 130 days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to submit for mental health assessment and pay all court costs and fees.

James Thompson, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 1 for possession of methamphetamine, to 730 days, with 370 days executed and the balance on supervised probation, with 185 actual days and 370 days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to pay for and complete a drug and alcohol program, a men’s non-violence education group class and pay for all court costs and fees.

Shannon Rae Unger, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 4 for possession of marijuana, to 180 days all incarcerated, with 36 actual days and 72 days of jail time credit served. The sentence will run consecutively with another case. The defendant was also ordered to pay all court costs and fees.

Tracy Vincent, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 1 for unlawful possession of a syringe, to 913 days, with 226 executed and the balance on supervised probation, with 113 actual days and 226 days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to pay for and complete a drug and alcohol program and pay for court costs and fees.

Erin M. Walker, sentenced in Howard Superior Court 1 for unlawful possession of a syringe, to 913 days all executed on in-home detention, with 305 actual days and 610 days of jail time credit served. The defendant was also ordered to pay for and complete a drug and alcohol program and pay for all court costs and fees.

Joseph Walker, sentenced in Howard Circuit Court for sexual battery, to 913 days, with 56 days incarcerated, 309 days on in-home detention and the balance on supervised probation, with 28 actual days and 28 days of jail time credit served. The sentence will run consecutively with another case. The defendant was also ordered to register as a sex offender and pay all court costs and fees.

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