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Drug convictions

April 20, 1999

The following people appeared in Washington County District Court and Washington County Circuit Court during March 1999, on drug-related charges:

Chevonne S. Marshall, 34, of 11246 Remisderfer Road, Greencastle, Pa., possession of fake drugs, 60 days in jail. (Spence)

Willie James Williams, 43, of 65 Murph Ave., probation before judgment (possession of illegal drugs), one year probation. (Spence)

Jerry Anderson, 31, of 128 1/2 N. Locust St., possession of fake drugs, 10 months in jail. (France)

Shawn C. Ashby, 27, of 603 Oak Hill Ave., conspiracy to distribute cocaine, 18 months in jail. (Boone)

Robert A. Bell, 20, of 425 E. 102nd St., Manhattan, N.Y., possession with intent to distribute cocaine, five years in prison, three years probation. (Boone)

Gary J. Goodridge, 36, of 16309 McGregor Drive, possession of fake drugs, three-month suspended sentence, three years probation. (Beachley)

Bradley J. Melzer, 33, of Air View Motel, Apt. 12, possession of fake drugs, one-year suspended sentence, 18 months probation, $315 fine. (Boone)

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Cecil L. Robinson, 35, of 140 N. Locust St., Apt. C, possession of fake drugs, 90 days in jail. (Boone)

Jerry E. Earnest, 42, of Box 186, Paw Paw, W.Va., possession of fake drugs, one-year suspended sentence, three years probation. (Boone)

Damion L. Gibson, 23, 444 Rhode Island Ave., possession of cocaine, one year and one day in jail. (Boone)

Teresa M. Daniels, 37, Washington County Detention Center, conspiracy to distribute fake drugs, 18 months in jail, three years probation. (Boone)

Jeffrey D. Jacobs, 20, 939 Main Ave., possession of marijuana, 15-day suspended sentence, one year probation. (Beachley)

George A. Hernandez, 19, of 645 Ocean Ave., Brooklyn, N.Y., distribution of cocaine, three years in prison, three years probation. (Boone)

Larry L. Carter, 39, Washington County Detention Center, conspiracy to distribute cocaine, five years in prison. (Wright)

Henry J. Physioc, 37, of 20509 Beaver Creek Road, probation before judgment (possession of marijuana), two years probation, $125 fine. (Beachley)

Jason C. Clarke, 20, of 2240 Walton Ave., the Bronx, N.Y., conspiracy to distribute cocaine, three years in prison. (Beachley)

Carlton Hudson, 22, of 424 Park Place, possession with intent to distribute cocaine, 12 years in prison. (Wright)

Nicole D. Barrett, 23, of 219 N. Church St., Martinsburg, W.Va., possession of cocaine, sentenced to time served (two months), three years probation. (Beachley)

Richard J. Walla Jr., 43, of 754 Morningside Drive, possession of cocaine, two days in jail, 18 months probation, $175 fine. (McDowell)

Brad L. Dixon, 19, of 17516 General Jackson Circle, Sharpsburg, possession of marijuana, one-year suspended sentence. (Beachley)

Shawn Williams, 19, of 2753 Bronx Park East, the Bronx, N.Y., distribution of cocaine, four years in prison, three years probation. (Boone)

Karen D. Lichliter, 44, of 517 Hammon St., possession of marijuana, one-year suspended sentence, three years probation. (Boone)

Antuane A. Suggs, 19, of 1145 Sumner Road SE, Washington, D.C., possession of marijuana, one year in jail. (Boone)

Chay F. Jackson, 24, of 113 Broadway, distribution of fake drugs, one year and one day in jail, three years probation. (Boone)

James A. Forberger, 50, of 739 Maryland Ave., possession of marijuana, one-year suspended sentence. (Boone)

When a judge suspends a jail term or fine, he can reimpose the penalty if probation is violated.

Judges routinely order defendants to get addiction treatment and education.

Judges may also grant probation before judgment which keeps the person from having a conviction on his record. But if violated, the probation may be ended and the person would then have a conviction on his record.

The judges in Washington County include District Court judges R. Noel Spence and Ralph France; Washington County Circuit Court judges Fred C. Wright III, John H. McDowell, W. Kennedy Boone and Donald Beachley.

Information on these court proceedings is taken from the official records of the Washington County Circuit and District courts. In some cases, addresses may have changed from the time of the initial arrest.

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