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SHEPHERDSVILLE - The following cases were recently resolved in Bullitt Circuit Court:
*Jonathan S. Childers - was sentenced to three years on guilty pleas to complicity to traffick a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of controlled substance.
The three-year sentence will be diverted for three years.
He must serve 100 hours of community service during his diversion.
*Lora Lee Cole - was sentenced to six years for a series of drug-related charges.
She would receive probation for the charges and would be required to report to an in-patient treatment center.
She would be required to complete the Drug Court program and serve 100 hours of community service.
*Craig S. Coggeshall - was sentenced to five years for flagrant non-support.
He would be probated for five years and he must pay $150 per month toward his arrearage of $16,847.
*Chauncey N. Hobson - was guilty of wanton endangerment, fleeing police and a pair of misdemeanors.
His three-year sentence will be probated for five years and he must complete 100 hours of community service and obtain his GED.
*Christopher M. Hall - guilty of trafficking in a controlled substance and - was found guilty of trafficking in a controlled substance and not having medicine in the proper container.
His five-year sentence would be diverted for five years. He would serve 30 days in jail and then be responsible for 100 hours of community service.
*Jeremy M. Clark - entered a guilty plea of possession of methamphetamine precursor and complicity to criminal mischief. The sentence is five years.
The first charge was an Alford plea where the defendant denies any guilt, although he does think there is enough evidence to convince.
Clark would pay $5,000 in restitution within 180 days by unlawful taking over $500 and will spend two years in prison. He must repay $5,000 in restitution by the end of 180 days. Final sentencing is set for Jan. 3
*John C. Kyle - entered a guilty plea to complicity to traffic a controlled substance, which was a Class C felony.
The sentence would be diverted for five years and 100 hours of community service must be done.
*Mechelle L. Cordova - was guilty of complicity to traffick a controlled substance.
She was sentenced to three years in prison but that will be diverted for five years. She must also do 100 hours of community service.
*Timothy Blackaby - was guilty of two counts of possession of a controlled substance.
The felonies received a three-year sentence but it would be probated for five years after serving 30 days in the county jail.
He would also receive 100 hours of community service.
*Travis Lee Snawder - was guilty of theft by unlawful taking over $500.
This will result in a three-year sentence diverted for three years. Restitution would be set at the sentencing. Community service would be 75 hours.
*Cherie Lynn Morgan - guilty of trafficking in a controlled substance.
The two-year sentence would be diverted for three years with 75 hours required in community service.
*Michael Anthony Haburne - guilty of possession of a handgun by a convicted felon. He would serve five years.
Probation was denied.