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Four offive new guilty pleas entered involved methamphetamine use

Five people were sentenced in Letcher Circuit Court after they entered guilty pleas to the charges against them. Four of those sentenced pleaded guilty tofirst-degree possession of methamphetamine.

• Eric Holbrook, 34, of 789 Breedings Creek, Redfox, was sentenced to three years in prison after entering a guilty plea on possession of methamphetamine. Two charges, public intoxication (excluding alcohol) and use/ possession of drug paraphernalia, were dismissed. Holbrook also pleaded guilty to a charge of first-degree bail jumping that was in a second indictment and was sentenced to one year in prison.The two sentences will run consecutively.

• Jennifer Lynn Day, 46, of 12624 KY HWY 160, Whitesburg, pleaded guilty to first-degree possession of methamphetamine, use/possession of drug paraphernalia. She also pleaded guilty to a number of traffic offenses, including failure to have her rear license plate illuminated. She was sentenced to three years in prison on the meth charge, to be probated for five years. Day was charged in three other indictments with first-degree bail jumping and was sentenced to one year probated for five years for each of the three guilty pleas. The sentences for each of the four indictments are to be served consecutively.

•Thelma Lois Mullins, 45, of 1020 KY HWY. 3400, Jenkins, pleaded guilty to charges of first-degree possession of methamphetamine, use/possession of drug paraphernalia, and first-degree driving under the influence of alcohol/ drugs. Charges of reckless driving and being a first-degree persistent felony offender were dismissed. Mullins was sentenced to five years in prison to run consecutively with two one-year sentences she received after pleading guilty to two separate charges of first-degree bail jumping.

• Edgina Mullins, 41, of 8740 Bean Gap Road, Pound, Va., entered a guilty plea to charges of first-degree possession of methamphetamine, buying or possessing drug paraphernalia, and third-degree possession of a controlled substance. Mullins was sentenced to one-year imprisonment to run consecutively with three one-year sentences she received after pleading guilty to three charges of first-degree bail jumping.

In a separate indictment, Mullins pleaded guilty to flagrant non-support and was sentenced to two years imprisonment.

The charges against Mullins were contained in five separate indictments.

• Johnny Ray Sexton, 42, of 220 Sierra Drive, Whitesburg, pleaded guilty to first-degree bail jumping and was sentenced to one year in prison to run consecutively with any sentence he is currently serving.

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