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District court news for Jan. 23, 2020

The following criminal cases were resolved in Jessamine District Court Jan. 16, 2020, with Judge Janet C. Booth presiding.

— Jonathan Tyler Adams, driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, fined, 30-day license suspension; rear license not illuminated, dismissed; possession of marijuana, dismissed.

— Christopher I. Houp, theft by unlawful taking, pleaded guilty, fined, 40 days, 30 days conditionally discharged, restitution.

— Roy Don Lowry, receiving stolen property, pleaded guilty, fined, 40 days, 30 days conditionally discharged.

— Jake Aaron Koon, fourth-degree assault, pleaded guilty, 60 days.

— Jovonte Alexander Johnson, driving on a DUI-suspended operator’s license, amended to driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, fined, 30-day license suspension.

The following criminal cases were resolved in Jessamine District Court Jan. 14, 2020, with Judge Janet C. Booth presiding.

— Michael W. Spickard, fourth-degree assault, pleaded guilty, 30 days.

— Michael W. Spickard, violation of an EPO/DVO, pleaded guilty, 30 days, concurrent with previous case.

— Michael W. Spickard, home incarceration violation, pleaded guilty, 45 days.

— Briana N. Stanfield, theft by unlawful taking, pleaded guilty, fined.

— Jeremy A. Kendrick, driving under the influence, dismissed.

— Mary Amanda Hale, theft by unlawful taking, pleaded guilty, fined, 90 days, 75 days conditionally discharged; second-degree wanton endangerment, pleaded guilty, 90 days consecutive, 75 days conditionally discharged.

— Carl Franklin Collins, violation of restraining order, pleaded guilty, fined, 45 days.

— James M. Huff, violation of EPO/DVO, pleaded guilty, 15 days conditionally discharged.

— Anthony Pemberton, first-degree criminal trespass, pleaded guilty, fined, 90 days, 83 days conditionally discharged.

— Debbie Jo Huff, driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, fined, 30-day license suspension; driving on a DUI-suspended operator’s license, amended to driving on a suspended operator’s license, pleaded guilty, fined, 30 days conditionally discharged.

— Jimmy Brimm, first-degree criminal trespass, pleaded guilty, fined, 30 days conditionally discharged; third-degree criminal mischief, dismissed.

— Ryan Gill, alcohol intoxication, amended to disorderly conduct, pleaded guilty, time served; first-degree indecent exposure, dismissed.

— Jeremy O. Corman, violation of an EPO/DVO, pleaded guilty, 10 days.

— Cody Dunn, violation of an EPO/DVO, pleaded guilty, 30 days.

The following criminal cases were resolved in Jessamine District Court Jan. 13, 2020, with Judge Janet Booth presiding.

— Jimmy Dalton Biddle, first-degree criminal mischief, amended to attempt, pleaded guilty, 12 months conditionally discharged.

— Jimmy Dalton Biddle, fourth-degree assault, pleaded guilty, 12 months conditionally discharged, concurrent with previous case.

— Dalton Biddle, first-degree criminal trespass, pleaded guilty, 12 months conditionally discharged, concurrent with previous cases.

— Jimmy Dalton Biddle, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, pleaded guilty, 12 months conditionally discharged.

— Ronnie E. Underwood, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, waived to grand jury.

— Robin Carlos Melton, first-degree possession of a controlled susbtance, first-degree promoting contraband, waived to grand jury.

— James Napier, tampering with physical evidence, waived to grand jury.

— William A. Kairn, first-degree wanton endangerment, possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, waived to grand jury.

— Jacob R. Tankersley, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, waived to grand jury.

— Samuel A. McKinley, first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, carrying a concealed deadly weapon by prior deadly weapon offender, preliminary hearing, probable cause found, sent to grand jury.

— Ivan Anaya, driving under the influence, pleaded guilty, fined, 30-day license suspension, four days; possession of open container of alcohol in motor vehicle, dismissed.

— Joe Angel, theft by unlawful taking, pleaded guilty, 15 days.