(08/28/2019)
8/26/2019 - Judge Anita Harold Ashley held Circuit Court in Grantsville last week, according to prosecutor Shannon Johnson.

Sandy Diehl appeared for an extradition hearing, waiving extradition to the State of Pennsylvania.

Joshua May appeared for trial, entering a plea of guilty to failure to register as a sex offender, a felony. He will be sentenced on November 6th.

Johnny Ray Blosser entered a plea of guilty to driving on a suspended license, third offense, a misdemeanor. He will be sentenced on November 4th.

Christopher Mark Sampson appeared and the state moved to continue trial as it had not yet received the drug analysis results from the WV State Police Crime Lab. The Court set trial for November 5, 2019.

Tara Metz appeared and entered a plea of guilty to destruction of property, a misdemeanor, and trespassing, a misdemeanor. Judge Ashley will sentence Mrs. Metz on November 4th.

Keith Moore entered a plea of guilty to driving on a revoked driver’s license for DUI, third offense, a felony. He will be sentenced on November 4th.

Jonathan McIntyre appeared for trial. He entered a plea of guilty to failure to pay child support, a felony; joyriding, a misdemeanor; fleeing by foot, a misdemeanor; driving on a suspended license, first offense, a misdemeanor; and possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor. He will be sentenced on November 4th.

Shawn Parsons appeared for trial and entered a plea of guilty to petit larceny, a misdemeanor; possession of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor; and driving on a suspended license, a misdemeanor. He will be sentenced on November 6th.

Christian Cottrell and Darren Parsons were scheduled for jury trial, but were not transported to court by the Department of Corrections. They were set for hearing on August 21st.

The court heard one juvenile case.

Prosecutor Shannon Johnson said Judge Ashley returned to Calhoun on August 21.

Christian Cottrell appeared for trial and entered a plea of guilty to child abuse resulting in injury. The court will sentence Mr. Cottrell on October 10th.

Darren Parsons appeared and moved to continue trial. His case was set for a pre-trial hearing on September 17th and for jury trial on November 5th.

Judge Ashley also held Circuit Court on August 22 and heard nine juvenile cases and one civil case.


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