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Circuit Court The following defendant pleaded guilty March 22 in Hopkins County Circuit Court: • Curtis Brasher, two counts of assault. Sentencing will take place at a later date. Guilty pleas were entered by the following and a period of incarceration was imposed March 20 in Hopkins County District Court: • Adrian Powell, 25, five years for possession of marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia and trafficking in Lortab, with 49 days credit for time served. • Jonathan Brown, 36, 20 years for five counts of incest and five counts of use of a minor under 16 in a sexual performance, with 397 days credit for time served. • Amelia Rosales, 49, three years for trafficking in hydrocodone, with one day credit for time served. trafficking in cocaine. Pretrial diversion for Richard Armstrong was voided because he failed to make child support payments and absconded supervision of Probation and Parole. • Pretrial diversion for Shaina Stanley was set aside because she used controlled substances and failed to complete substance abuse treatment. • Probation for Frank Maerz was revoked because he failed to complete the Drug Court Program. District Courts The following people pleaded guilty March 19 in Hopkins County District Court: • Darren Duncans, to disorderly conduct. Duncans was sentenced to 90 days in jail, discharged for two years on condition he commit no violation of law, have no harassing or abusive contact with the victim and pay $309 court costs. • Tarryl D. Booker, to possession of marijuana Probation was granted to and buying/possessing the following March 19-20 in drug paraphernalia. Hopkins County Circuit Court: Booker was sentenced to • Phillip Nichols, 34, 12 135 days in jail, discharged months for impersonating for two years on condition a public servant probated he commit no violation of for two years on condition law and pay $154 court he serve 90 days and meet costs. other requirements set forth • Cody W. Allen, to by the court. alcohol intoxication in a • Brenda Sharp, 41, 12 public place. Allen was months for theft probated sentenced to pay a $25 fine for two years on condition and $209 court costs. she pay restitution and meet • Amanda S. Scott, to other requirements set forth assault/domestic violence. by the court. Sentencing was deferred • Elmer Ford, 68, three to a later date on condition years for two counts of she commit no violation of trafficking in oxycontin law, have no harassing or probated for five years abusive contact with the on condition he meet victim and pay $209 court requirements set forth by costs. If she complies, the the court. plea will be withdrawn and the charge dismissed. In other recent court • Sebastian R. Jimenez Jr., to assault/domestic proceedings: violence. Sentencing was • Shock probation for deferred to a later date Adrian Powell was revoked on condition he commit because he pled guilty to no violation of law, have a new felony offense of no harassing or abusive DEATHS Ms. Lisa Diane Honeycutt Ms. Lisa Diane Honeycutt, 44, of Henderson passed away Thursday, March 29, 2012, at Methodist Hospital in Henderson. She was born Nov. 30, 1967, in Madisonville to Arjay Honeycutt and Alene Fuson Honeycutt. She also was preceded in death by her grandparents, Floyd and Grace Fuson and Olin and Daisy Honeycutt; and one son, Aaron Lee Johnson. Ms. Honeycutt worked at Tyson Foods. She is survived by her fiancé, Johnny Baize; one son, Austin Arnold of Henderson; two daughters, Skyler Suttle of Earlington and Tabitha Stokes of Henderson; three grandchildren, Elijah Johnson, Aaliyah Johnson and Aliviah Johnson; one sister, Tammy (Troy) Moore of Hopkinsville; two brothers, Barry (Donna) Honeycutt of Eddyville and Floyd “Rusty” (Donna) Honeycutt of Madisonville; four nephews, Dustin Honeycutt, Jerade Honeycutt, Jason Smith and Shane Honeycutt; and four great-nephews. Funeral services are at 2 p.m. today at BarnettStrother Funeral Home with Brother Ruby Rickard officiating. Burial will follow in Oakley Home Cemetery in Manitou. Visitation is after 11 a.m. at the funeral home. Pallbearers are Dustin Honeycutt, Jarade Honeycutt, Jason Smith, Barry Honeycutt, Rusty Honeycutt and Michael Baize. Condolences may be made to the family at www. barnettstrother.com. contact with the victim and pay $209 court costs. If he complies, the plea will be withdrawn and the charge dismissed. • Theresa R. Childers, to no/expired registration plates and no/expired Kentucky registration receipt. Childers was sentenced to pay a $50 fine, suspended on condition she commit no violation of law for two years and pay $143 court costs. • Alex R. Larkins, to speeding and reckless driving. Larkins was sentenced to pay an $85 fine and $143 court costs. Ashley D. Legate, to no/ expired registration plates. Legate was sentenced to pay a $25 fine and $143 court costs. • Kelvin K. Bell, to driving on a suspended/ revoked operator’s license. Bell was sentenced to 90 days in jail, discharged for two years on condition he commit no violation of law and pay $178 court costs. • Lori M. Martin, to disorderly conduct. Martin was sentenced to 90 days in jail, discharged for two years on condition she commit no violation of law, have no harassing or abusive contact with the victim and pay $154 court costs. • Canasa K. Lambert, to two counts of theft by deception. Lambert was sentenced to 20 days in jail, discharged for two years on condition she commit no violation of law and pay restitution, $219 court costs and fees. • Tracy A. Trover, to two counts of theft by deception. Trover was sentenced to 20 days in jail, discharged for two years on condition she commit no violation of law and pay restitution, $184 court costs and fees. • Crystal Duncan, to possession of marijuana and buying/possessing drug paraphernalia. Duncan was sentenced to 90 days in jail, discharged for two years on condition she commit no violation of law, forfeit all drugs and paraphernalia and pay a $50 fine and $154 court costs. • Nicola Denise Clary, to nine counts of theft by deception. Clary was sentenced to 360 days in jail, with 330 days discharged for two years on condition she commit no violation of law and pay restitution, $209 court costs and fees. Scott A. Harris, to failure to use child restraint device in vehicle. Harris was sentenced to pay a $50 fine. • Dustin T. Trader, to failure to use seatbelts. Trader was sentenced to pay a $25 fine. • Wayne K. Cole III, to careless driving. Cole was sentenced to pay a $25 fine, suspended, and $154 court costs. • Joshua C. Honeycutt, to no insurance. Honeycutt was sentenced to pay a $500 fine and to 90 days in jail, with $250 of the fine suspended and jail time discharged for two years on condition he commit no violation of law and pay remaining fine and $143 court costs. • Sheila D. Spivey, to failure to use seatbelts. Spivey was sentenced to pay a $25 fine. • Traevon A. Tucker, to speeding and display of illegal/altered registration plate. Tucker was sentenced to pay an $88 fine and $143 court costs. • Christopher B. Hagood, to failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security. Hagood was sentenced to pay a $500 fine and to 90 days in jail, with $250 of the fine suspended and jail time discharged for two years on condition he commit no violation of law and pay remaining fine and $143 court costs. • Ryan L. Lantrip, to driving on a DUI-suspended license. Lantrip was sentenced to 90 days in jail, with 83 days discharged for two years on condition he commit no violation of law and pay $178 court costs. • Candice W. Miller, to operating a motor . CRIME STOPPERS TOP 5 MOST WANTED James R. Morgan White male, 59, 5’10”, 230 pounds, brown hair and blue eyes. Last known address: 25 Teaque Bean Road, St. Charles and 306 E. Walnut, Dawson Springs Wanted for traficking in a controlled substance. Michael S. Kingery White male, 33, 6’2”, 180 pounds, sandy hair and blue eyes. Last known address: 290 Summer St., Madisonville Wanted for possession of a controlled substance (methamphetamine) Kerri Danielle Hodge Black female, 29, 5’6”, 180 pounds, black hair and brown eyes. Last known address: 3806 Powell Ave., Louisville, 1032 Holly Ave., Owensboro, 2624 Bittel Road, Owensboro Wanted for felony theft Marcus Anthony Johnson Black male, 33, 5’11”, Black hair and brown eyes. Last known address: 167 N. Kentucky Ave., Madisonville, 444 Branch St., Madisonville, 517 Hall St., Owensboro MEETINGS MONDAY 4 p.m. — James Madison Middle School Site-Based Council in the school library. 4:30 p.m. — Madisonville City Council at City Hall. 5 p.m. — Sebree City Council at City Hall. 5 p.m. — Providence Municipal Housing Authority Board of Commissioners at the Administration Building. 6 p.m. — Nebo City Commission at Community Center. 6 p.m. — Nortonville City Council will hold a special meeting at City Hall. TUESDAY 10 a.m. — Hopkins County Fiscal Court at Government Center. 6 p.m. — Slaughters City Commission at City Hall. 6:30 p.m. — Earlington Fire Protection District board of directors at Earlington Fire Department. WEDNESDAY 4:15 p.m. — Browning Springs Middle School Site-Based Council at school library. will be held at Parkway Plaza Mall (beside Godfather’s Pizza) Saturday, March 31st from 10:00 AM until 4:00 PM Sunday, April 1st from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM Age Groups Will Be: T-Ball Age 4-5-6 9:30 am Bible Study 10:45 am Worship Easter Egg Extravaganza Saturday, April 7 2:00 pm Adam Joel Gray White male, 34, 5’10”, blond hair, brown eyes Last known address: 3921 Niles Road, Dawson Springs, 1758 Fiddlebow Road, Dawson Springs, 1365 Sixth Vein Road, Dawson Springs Wanted for first-degree burglary 7 p.m. — Mortons Gap City Council at City Hall. HANSON HUNTER FIELD 2012 SIGN-UPS Girls 7-8 Machine Pitch 9-10 Machine Pitch 11-12 Fast Pitch 13-17 Fast Pitch vehicle under the influence of alcohol/drugs and possession of a controlled substance. Miller was sentenced to attend an alcohol treatment program and to 180 days in jail, with 175 days discharged for two years on condition she commit no violation of law and pay a $200 fine and $544 court costs. Her license was suspended for 30 days. Wanted for first-degree burglary Boys 7-8 Machine Pitch 9-10 Live Arm 11-12 Live Arm Crime Stoppers $100 Reward Contact Crime Stoppers 24/7 Call: 1-270-825-1111 or online at http://www.hopkinscountycrimestoppers.com HEARING SOLUTIONS 614 E. Arch St. Madisonville, KY. 42431 Teresa Hatler BC-HIS-ACA Daniel Ipock, HIS , (270) 824-8288 Economy Got You Down? Hear Better Today Give Us A Call At 270-824-8288 We have the “Best Prices!” (Better than buyer clubs, mail order or internet.) PLUS: We Service What We Sell! 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