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Circuit court news for Sept. 11, 2020

The following criminal cases were resolved in Clark Circuit Court Sept. 3, 2020, with Judge Jean Chenault Logue presiding.

— Wilgus Roberts, driving under the influence (fourth or greater offense), pleaded guilty, recommended one year, probated for two years after serving 120 days, sentencing Oct. 8.

— Mark Glenn Holt, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, pleaded guilty, sentenced to five years; driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, sentenced to 180 days; failure to maintain insurance, pleaded guilty, sentenced to five days in lieu of fines; probated for three years with long-term treatment.

— Jacob Bowman, tampering with a prisoner monitoring device, pleaded guilty, sentenced to one year, probated for three years with long-term treatment.

— Ricky L. Carpenter, failure to or improper signal, pleaded guilty, fined; possession of a defaced firearm, dismissed; convicted felon in possession of a firearm, pleaded guilty, sentenced to one year; first-degree persistent felony offender, dismissed; contempt of court, dismissed.

— Ashley Bailey, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, sentenced to three years probation with drug court; probation violation (two counts), dismissed.

— Ricky D. Beard, driving under the influence, sentenced to 30-day license suspension, fined; reckless driving, dismissed; first-degree wanton endangerment, sentenced to three years diverted for three years; possession of open container of alcohol in motor vehicle, dines.

— Derick Damrell, first-degree wanton endangerment, sentenced to one year; first-degree promoting contraband, sentenced to one year concurrent; violation of conditions of release, dismissed as merged.

— Jason Eades, driving under the influence (fourth offense), pleaded guilty, recommended one year, five-year suspended operator’s license, fined; failure to maintain insurance card, fines and restitution with proof shown; first-degree wanton endangerment (three counts), pleaded guilty, recommended two years concurrent; second-degree persistent felony offender, dismissed; sentencing Nov. 5.