Cases tried during May in Patrick Circuit Court

According to Clerk of Court Susan Gasperini, the following cases were tried during May in Patrick County Circuit Court:
• Justin Antonio Hatcher, Stuart, convicted of child abuse or neglect, sentenced to five years in prison with all time suspended except one year, assessed costs and restitution; convicted of child cruelty, sentenced to five years in prison with all time suspended except one year, assessed costs and restitution.
• Antonio Donta Keitt, Mount Airy, N.C., convicted of two counts of sale of a Schedule I or II controlled substance, sentenced on each count to 10 years in prison with all time suspended except two years, assessed $200 fine, costs and restitution; convicted of possession of a firearm while in possession of a Schedule I or II controlled substance, sentenced to two years in prison and assessed costs; convicted of sale of a Schedule I or II controlled substance, sentenced to 10 years in prison, suspended, assessed $200 fine, costs and restitution; charged with robbery, found guilty of grand larceny, sentenced to 10 years, suspended, assessed $200 fine, costs and restitution; convicted of sale of a Schedule I or II controlled substance, assessed $200 fine, costs and restitution; convicted of sale of a Schedule I or II controlled substance, sentenced to 10 years in prison, suspended, assessed $200 fine, costs and restitution.
• Samantha Starr Willard, Ararat, charged with forgery of public records, found guilty of petit larceny, sentenced to 12 months in jail, suspended, assessed costs; charged with welfare fraud, found guilty of petit larceny, sentenced to 12 months in jail, suspended, assessed costs; charged with forging public records and welfare fraud, both cases nolle prossed.
• Joseph R. Boyd, Ararat, convicted of contributing to the delinquency of a minor, sentenced to 12 months in jail, all time suspended except 60 days, fined $250 and costs; charged with possession of Schedule I or II controlled substance, case nolle prossed on motion of commonwealth’s attorney; charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor, case nolle prossed on motion of commonwealth’s attorney.
• Bobby Glenn Grona, Martinsville, convicted of obtaining money by false pretense, sentenced to 12 months in jail, fined $100 and costs; convicted of four counts of grand larceny, sentenced to five years in prison on each count, suspended, convicted of four counts of grand larceny, assessed five-year prison sentence on each count, suspended, assessed $100 fine, costs and restitution on each count.
• Genaro Wayne Frias, Ronceverte, W.Va., convicted of attempted robbery, sentenced to 10 years in prison with all time suspended except seven years and six months, assessed costs.
• Brandi Lynn Turner, Ridgeway, convicted of driving with a suspended or revoked license, third or subsequent offense, sentenced to 90 days in jail with all time suspended except 10 days, fined $300 and costs, operator’s license revoked for 90 days; convicted of failure to appear in court, sentenced to three days in jail and assessed costs; charged with failure to appear in court, found not guilty.
• Kevin Shane Belcher, Stuart, convicted of probation violation, court revoked 30 days of previously suspended sentence, assessed costs.
• Sheena Bowman, Ararat, charged with grand larceny, found guilty of disorderly conduct, assessed costs.
• John Robert Dalton, Ararat, convicted of probation violation, ordered to successfully complete the diversion center program, assessed costs.
• Terry Wayne Glenn, Spencer, convicted of driving under the influence, first offense, sentenced to 60 days in jail with all time suspended except five days, fined $650 with $350 suspended, ordered to complete Alcohol Safety Action Program (ASAP), operator’s license revoked for 12 months.
• Creighton Burris, Claudville, convicted of driving with a suspended license, fined $100 and costs, operator’s license revoked for 30 days.
• Clarance Dale Hall, Floyd, convicted of probation violation, court revoked 30 days of previously suspended sentence, assessed costs.
• Brandi Davis Martin, Stuart, charged with failure to appear in court, case dismissed; convicted of failure to appear, sentenced to three days in jail and assessed costs.
• Brandon William Martin, Martinsville, convicted of possession of a firearm by a felon, sentenced to five years in prison with all time suspended except six months, fined $200 and costs.
• Derrick Devon Martin, Ridgeway, convicted of probation violation, court revoked six months of previously suspended sentence and assessed costs.
• Melissa Chaffin Mathis, Riner, convicted of failure to appear in court, sentenced to three days in jail and assessed costs; convicted of driving after revocation, sentenced to 90 days in jail, suspended, fined $300 and costs, operator’s license revoked for 90 days; convicted of driving with a suspended license, third or subsequent offense, sentenced to 90 days in jail with all time suspended except 10 days, fined $300 and costs, operator’s license revoked for 90 days.
• Anthony Darnell Moore, Mount Airy, N.C., convicted of driving under the influence, first offense, sentenced to 30 days in jail, suspended, fined $650 with $350 suspended, operator’s license revoked for 12 months.
• Jeremy Wayne Moore, Stuart, charged with grand larceny, found guilty of disorderly conduct, sentenced to six months in jail, suspended, fined $50 and costs.
• Anthony Joseph Mullins, Patrick Springs, convicted of possession of a firearm by a non-violent felon, sentenced to five years in prison with all time suspended except nine months, assessed costs.
• Shannon Gray Pack, Claudville, convicted of grand larceny, sentenced to five years in prison with all time suspended except 50 days, assessed $500 fine, costs and restitution; convicted of petit larceny, sentenced to 30 days with all time suspended except two days, assessed $200 fine, costs and restitution.
• April Dawn Rucker, Stuart, convicted of driving with a suspended license, sentenced to 12 months in jail with all time suspended except 10 days, fined $500 with $300 suspended, assessed costs, operator’s license revoked for 30 days.
• Jason Leonard Staples, Martinsville, convicted of probation violation, court revoked nine months of previously suspended sentence, assessed costs.

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