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15 sentenced after pleading guilty

Fifteen Letcher County residents were sentenced in Letcher Circuit Court after they entered guilty pleas to the charges against them. They are:

• Raleigh Dean Slone, 54, of 191 Madison Avenue, Whitesburg, who was charged with second-degree assault under extreme emotional disturbance. Slone was sentenced to imprisonment for five years.

• Harold Pete Back Jr., 34, of 17 Gordon Dr., Whitesburg, who was charged in three indictments. In one of the indictments Back was charged with first-degree possession of methamphetamine. In each of the other two, he was charged with first-degree bail jumping. Back was sentenced to imprisonment for one year to run consecutively with a sentence of two years on one bail jumping charge and a sentence of one year on the other bail jumping charge.

• Robert “Bobby” W. Heiston III, 24, of 3568 Hwy. 1148, Whitesburg, who was charged in one indictment with first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine, first offense), first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance (methamphetamine, first offense), and first-degree wanton endangerment. In a second indictment, Heiston was charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine, first offense) and use/possession of drug paraphernalia, and in a third indictment, he was charged with third-degree complicity to burglary. Heiston was sentenced to three years imprisonment on the possession and wanton endangerment charges to run consecutively with sentences of imprisonment for one year on each of the other two indictments.

• Jace Stewart, 23, of 281 Ben Hollow, Mayking, was charged with third-degree terroristic threatening and harassing communications. Stewart was sentenced to imprisonment for 365 days in the county jail, probated for 12 months.

• Elizabeth Ladonna Kincer, 40, of 225 George Kincer Dr., Mayking, who was charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine, second or greater offense), operator’s license not in possession, and use/ possession of drug paraphernalia. Kincer was sentenced to imprisonment for three years, probated for five years.

• Lona Griffie, 40, of 11173 Hwy. 160, Whitesburg, who was charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine, first offense) and use/ possession of drug paraphernalia. Griffie was sentenced to imprisonment for one year.

• Miranda Frazier, 39, of 126 Sizemore Dr., Premium, who was charged with operating a motor vehicle on suspended/revoked operator’s license, buy/possession of drug paraphernalia, tampering with physical evidence, and first-degree wanton endangerment. Frazier was sentenced to imprisonment for six years.

• Michael W. Honeycutt, 44, of Thornton, who was charged with complicity to the cultivation of marijuana (five or more plants). Honeycutt was sentenced to imprisonment for one year, probated for one year.

• Samantha Callihan, 32, of 21 Curtis Rd., Blackey, who was charged with first-degree possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine, first offense). Callihan was sentenced to imprisonment for three years.

• Timothy McClain, 49, of 2571 Hwy. 3406, Jenkins, who was charged with first-degree bail jumping. McClain was sentenced to five years’ imprisonment, probated for five years.

• Richard Cody Stamper, 24, of 7774 Hwy. 931 N, Whitesburg, who was charged with second-degree bail jumping. Stamper was sentenced to imprisonment for 365 days in the county jail.

• Ashley Belcher, 36, of 257 Henry Hutton Rd., Neon, who was charged with flagrant nonsupport. Belcher was sentenced to imprisonment for five years.

• Harold Webb, 48, of 246 Sergent Loop, Mayking, who was charged with flagrant nonsupport. Webb was sentenced to imprisonment for five years, probated for five years.

• Coman Gibson, 33, who was charged with nonsupport. Gibson was sentenced to imprisonment for 365 days in the county jail, probated for two years.

• Eulis A. Adams II, 79 Payne Gap, Jenkins, who was charged with nonsupport. Adams was sentenced to imprisonment for 365 days in the county jail, probated for two years.

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