Magistrate cases reported
Tyler County Magistrate Court processed and has released for publication the following recent cases:
Christopher L. Martie, who was charged with possession of marijuana, less than 15 grams, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 6 months probation, fined $165.80 costs and fees.
Benjamin Davis, charged with domestic battery on January 28, will appear in magistrate court April 6 and is currently out on $1,000 bond.
Lauren Patterson pleaded guilty to first offense DUI-A and was sentenced to 24 hours in regional jail, ordered to pay $309.60 costs and fines.
Christopher Haynes, Rt. 2, Sistersville, failed to appear on charges of driving on suspended/revoked license (non-DUI).
Bryan A. Gregg, 38 5th Ave., Sisterville, was charged with failure to attend school (compulsory) and is scheduled to appear in magistrate court April 12.
Angie Irvin, charged with disorderly conduct and battery on an officer, will appear in magistrate court on March 20 to answer charges stemming from an incident following a basketball game where she allegedly cursed and shoved an officer of the law. Irvin is free on a personal recognizance bond.
William J. Parr, 328 Old State Road, Middlebourne, will appear in magistrate court on April 12 to face charges of DUI second offense, no proof of insurance, speeding, and left of center. Parr is currently free on personal recognizance bond.
Becca Keller, 204 Broad St., Middlebourne, was charged with defective equipment and will appear in magistrate court March 20.
James Wentz, 5216 Veto Road, Vincent, Oh., was charged with battery on February 18.
Charles Lee Laugh, 134 Wetzel Street, Paden City, has been charged with DUI, speeding, and left of center. Laugh will appear in magistrate court April 5 to answer charges and is currently free on personal recognizance.
Barbara L. Gates was charged with permitting – no operator’s license, is is free on personal recognizance.
John M. Vancamp, 313 Main Street, Middlebourne, who was arrested February 18 on charges of unlawful purchase of substance/precursor to methamphetamine and operating a clandestine laboratory, is free on $5,000 cash bond.