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Hancock County Magistrate 2-21

February 21, 2014
The Review

Feb. 5

Lisa E. Still, of New Cumberland: Charges of driving under the influence (third or subsequent offense) and fleeing while DUI transferred to Hancock County Circuit Court. Defendant waived preliminary hearing. Charge of driving under suspension (DUI, second offense) dismissed at prosecutor's request.

Feb. 7

Brandon Beagle, of Weirton: Pleaded guilty to obstructing an officer. Fined $200 and assessed court costs. Charge of attempted breaking and entering dismissed at prosecutor's request.

David Feleky, of Weirton: Pleaded guilty to failure to register as a sex offender. Sentence of six months in jail suspended. Placed on one year unsupervised probation and ordered to complete 40 hours of community service at the New Cumberland detachment of the West Virginia State Police. Fined $250 and assessed court costs.

Tony Liberty Varlas, of Weirton: Charge of malicious wounding dismissed at prosecutor's request.

Thomas Glen Reed, of New Cumberland: Charge of defrauding a West Virginia table game transferred to Hancock County Circuit Court. Defendant waived preliminary hearing.

Feb. 11

Chaz Cooper-Hanlon, of Aliquippa, Pa.: Pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance. Fined $100 and assessed court costs. Charge of driving under suspension (non-DUI) dismissed at prosecutor's request.

Brenda Green, of Weirton: Charge of domestic battery dismissed without prejudice at prosecutor's request.

Dennis Holden, of Chester: Charge of possession of controlled substance dismissed with prejudice at prosecutor's request.

Randy Gamble, of Weirton: Charge of domestic battery dismissed without prejudice at prosecutor's request.

Feb. 12

Sabrina Jones, of Weirton: Charge of no proof of insurance dismissed when defendant provided valid proof of insurance.

Joaquin Martinez, of Houston, Texas: Pleaded no contest to driving under the influence. Sentence of six months in jail suspended. Placed on six months' unsupervised probation. Fined $500 and assessed court costs.

 
 

 

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