2012-08-30 / Local & State

Judge Meyers Presides Over Court Session

STAFF REPORT

Judge Shawn D. Meyers of the 39th Judicial District and the Fulton/Franklin County Court of Common Pleas presided over a court session held at the Fulton County Courthouse on Tuesday, August 21.

 Danielle Fleegle appeared in court last Tuesday for sentencing on one count of possession of a controlled substance. Fleegle will complete 10 days and 12 months in the Franklin County Prison as part of the weekender program. She was slated to report to the prison at 7 p.m. on August 24.

 Harold Roger Lininger was sentenced on driving under the influence of alcohol and was to report to the Franklin County Prison for participation in the weekender program on August 24. Lininger’s sentence includes 30 days to six months incarceration as well as SCRAM for the duration of the parole and 20 hours community service.

Lininger will also pay a $750 fine, an MCare fine, a $25-per-month supervision fee, $100 to the Substance Abuse fund, $10 to EMS, $88 to Fulton County Medical Center and a $150 Central Booking fee.

 Joshua Leonard Mellott was sentenced to between 30 days and six months in the Franklin County Prison for driving under the influence. Mellott’s sentence will begin at the expiration of a previously imposed sentence, and following his period of incarceration he will undergo SCRAM. He will complete 20 hours of community service.

Mellott will pay a $150 Central Booking fee, a $750 fine, $100 to MCare, a $25 monthly supervision fee, $100 to the Substance Abuse fund, $10 to EMS and $88 to Fulton County Medical Center.

 Brandon Eugene Shoop was remanded to a state correctional institution to complete a sentence of 15 to 36 months. He is ineligible for participation in the RRRI program.

 Brice Harris Gentry was resentenced via video conferencing last Tuesday on two drug-related charges. Each sentence carried a period of incarceration of 24 to 60 months in a state correctional institution.

 Tyler Ryan Gelvin waived his right to arraignment and was entered into the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program on charges of driving under the influence of alcohol. He will complete 12 months probation and lose his driving privileges for 60 days.

 Elaina Louise Swindell waived arraignment and will complete 12 months probation through the ARD program for driving under the influence of alcohol. She will lose her driving privileges for 60 days.

 Derek Ryan Younker received 12 months probation through the ARD program for driving under the influence of alcohol. His driving privileges were suspended for 90 days.

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