The following criminal case were recently heard and sentences handed down by Judge David W. Nibert in Mason County Circuit Court, according to court records filed in the office of Circuit Clerk Bill Withers:
State v. Christopher J. Arrington, 34, Gallipolis Ferry, sentenced to the West Virginia Division of Corrections for one to five years and pay restitution. Arrigington entered a plea of guilty to manufacture a controlled substance. Arrington was given credit for 272 days already served. His conviction date was Feb. 25, his sentencing date May 31 and effective sentence date Sept. 2, 2012. As of press time on Friday evening, Arrington was still being housed in the Western Regional Jail.
State v. Timothy Blake, 39, Point Pleasant, sentenced to the West Virginia Division of Corrections for not less than one nor more than 10 years for felony entering without breaking and six months in the regional jail for misdemeanor destruction of property. Sentences to run consecutively.
Defendant’s sentencing date was May 31 and he was given zero credit for time served. Blake’s conviction date was on March 29 when he entered a plea of guilty to felony entering without breaking and misdemeanor destruction of property. Blake is currently housed in the Western Regional Jail. He was also ordered to pay restitution.
The following cases are scheduled to be heard by Judge David W. Nibert in Mason County Circuit Court on Monday, June 10, according to the official court docket filed in the office of Circuit Clerk Bill Withers: State v. Brenda L. Fuller, waiver of extradition. State v. Clinton David Weethee, sentencing. David Selby v. William Fox, warden, status to set hearing. State v. Gregory N. Richardson, forensic hearing. State v. Robert Martin, hearing on revocation of home confinement. State v. Brittany M. Black, sentencing. State v. Kelly Phoenix, hearing on motion to modify bond. Leslie v. Burgess, hearing on motion for additional time to serve out of state auto owner. Miller v. Slusser, et. al., hearing on motion for default judgment. State v. Anthony P. Chandler, hearing on revocation of home confinement. State v. J.T. Reynolds, hearing on probation revocation. City of Point Pleasant v. Duncan, Ross, Pratt, Stephens, Reynolds, McNeely, status hearings. State v. Alysha J. Harden, status hearing. State v. Amanda Saunders, hearing on probation revocation.