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November 4, 2020

November 4, 2020 November 4, 2020

From the Crawford County Sheriff’s Deptartment

Arrests & Releases

Oct. 9 — Nicholas Bradshaw, 29, English, furloughed

Oct. 9 — Rebecca Pinter, 28, English, released; charges dropped

Oct. 9 — Coy Jones, 60, English, serving weekends; released Oct. 11

Oct. 9 — Ashley Denton, 37, English, auto theft, possession of methamphetamine, warrant: child support

Oct. 10 — Paige Troutman, 31, Leavenworth, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, possession of paraphernalia, possession of marijuana; released Oct. 11 on $5,000 (10%) cash bond

Oct. 10 — Donald Hagler, 44, New Albany, failure to return to lawful detention, nonsupport of a dependent child

Oct. 12 — Kaine Tipton, 22, Louisville, carrying a handgun without a license, dealing in marijuana, criminal recklessness while armed with a deadly weapon; released Oct. 14 on $7,500 (10%) cash bond

Oct. 15 — Randall Scroggan, 52, Marengo, failure to appear; released Oct. 15 on $30,000 full cash bond

From the Crawford Circuit Court

Judgments

Sept. 17 — Kenneth Dean Biddix, 42, Kings Mountain, N.C., unlawful possession or use of a legend drug, Level 6 felony, 60-day sentence, 60 days executed, zero days suspended, credit for 60 days, $186 in fines, fees and costs

Oct. 1 — Brandon Lee Ingram, 40, possession of marijuana, Class A misdemeanor, 50-day sentence suspended to non-reporting probation; also sentenced in prior probation violation, 180-day sentence suspended to non-reporting probation, $236 in fines, fees and costs

Oct. 1 — Scott Daniel Hess, 45, Salem, Mo., operating a vehicle while intoxicated, Level 6 felony, 730-day sentence, 60 days executed, 720 days suspended to probation, credit for 10 days, driver’s license suspended for one year, $186 in fines, fees and costs plus probation fees of $100 administrative and $50 per month

Oct. 13 — Ronda Goldman, 46, Sulphur, possession of paraphernalia, Class B misdemeanor and disorderly conduct – engages in fighting or tumultuous conduct, Class B misdemeanor, 164-day sentence, credit for 164 days, 365 days probation, $186 in fines, fees and costs plus probation fees of $50 administrative and $20 per month, defendant shall be evaluated by LifeSpring Health Systems for substance abuse and/or mental health issues and shall comply with all recommendations, must attend NA/AA four times per month and provide documentation to probation

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