Estill County Circuit Court was in session Friday with Judge Tom Jones presiding. Several people were sent to jail for violating the terms of their probations, shock probations were denied and trial dates set .
Timothy Roy Lewis, 45, was sentenced to two years after he stipulated to failure to report to the probation/parole office as ordered.
Bruce Rogers, 30, was sentenced to two years after his diversion was revoked for violating the terms by which he received it.
A diversion violation hearing was set for Sept. 24 for Dewayne Andrews, 29. He was remanded to custody with no bond.
Deanna Boyd, 26, was also remanded without bond and a diversion violation hearing was set for her for Sept. 24.
A probation violation hearing was set for Oct. 8 for Millard E. Dixon, 43, who will remain in custody without bond.
Timothy George Puckett, 23, will remain in custody without bond until his probation violation hearing on Sept. 24.
Theresa Henry, 20, sentenced to two years after her diversion was revoked.
Charles D. Durham II will be sentenced on Sept. 24 after his diversion was voided.
A motion for shock probation was denied for Brenda Spencer Davenport, 35, who is serving a three year sentence.
A probation revocation hearing is set for Sept. 10 for Frank G. Helton, 24.
Judge Jones rejected a plea agreement from Charles Hammons, 49 who is charged with theft by unlawful taking, auto. He was scheduled to be sentenced and tested positive for marijuana at his sentencing. The case will now go to trial with a pretrial scheduled for Sept. 24.
Motions for shock probation were denied for David Lynn Satterfield, Jeremiah Scott Hix and Kimberly Ann Coomer.
Logan Reed was given pre-trial diversion on charges of criminal mischief and theft by unlawful taking.
Lauren Ashley Paige Estes was sentenced to 30 days after her diversion was partially revoked. She stipulated to testing positive for marijuana.
Russell H. Riddell III, 34, was sentenced to five years for trafficking in a controlled substance, first degree; fleeing or evading police; criminal trespass, first degree; and being a persistent felony offender, second degree.
Charges of trafficking in a controlled substance against Andrew Kelly were dismissed due to there not being a tape of an alleged drug buy. The commonwealth made the motion for the dismissal.
Jared Lyle Ross, 28, will be sentenced to seven years for second degree burglary and theft by unlawful taking upon the recommendation of the commonwealth.
Shawna Angel was sentenced to pre-trial diversion after she pleaded guilty to criminal possession of a forged instrument and theft by unlawful taking.
Pretrial hearings were set for October for the following defendants:
•Justin Richardson , charged with second degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking and being a persistent felony offender;
•Brian Keith Samples, charged with fraudulent use of a credit card, theft of identity of another without consent;
•Millard E. Dixon, charged with theft by unlawful taking and being a persistent felony offender, first degree;
•Michael Lopez, charged with second degree assault, second degree attempted robbery and endangering the welfare of a minor;
•Tisha Hix, charged with second degree burglary, theft by unlawful taking and being a persistent felony offender;
•Clifton Earl Hunt, charged with second degree assault;
•Justin Richardson, charged with two counts of second degree burglary, two counts of first degree criminal mischief, and being a persistent felony offender;
•Bruce Witt, charged with first degree assault;
•Timiria L. Jones, charged with two counts of first degree possession of controlled substance and one count of first degree possession of a controlled substance, opiate;
•Shannon Ray Hardy, charged with complicity to criminal possession of a forged instrument, theft by unlawful taking and being persistent felony offender.