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Drug, DUI dispositions

November 06, 2005

The following people appeared in Washington County District Court and Washington County Circuit Court in August on alcohol- and drug-related charges:

Aaron B. Twigg, 44, of 218 Frederick St., Hagerstown - possession of drug paraphernalia; $174.50 fine. (France)

Sean Lamont Mosley, 21, of 126 N. Locust St., Hagerstown - possession of illegal drugs; one year in jail. (France)

Janet Lorraine Hartshorne, 48, of 956 Linwood Road, Hagerstown - obtaining illegal drugs with altered prescription; one year probation, $245.50 fine, 50 hours of community service. (France)

William Jedidiah Boutcher, 20, of 274 S. Potomac St., Apt. 22FS, Hagerstown - possession of drug paraphernalia; $127.50 fine. (Long)

Jamarr Antoine Robinson, 22, of 60 Manor Drive, Apt. 2, Hagerstown - possession of marijuana; three years probation before judgment. (Boone)

James Wayne Stubbs, 30, Maryland Division of Correction - possession with intent to distribute cocaine; 11 years in prison, three years probation. (Boone)

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Carlton Bernard Walker Jr., 23, Hopewell Road, Williamsport - possession of drug paraphernalia; $120 fine. (Boone)

Ricky Allen Knox, 25, of 546B Salem Ave., Hagerstown - driving under the influence of alcohol; 90 days on home detention, three years probation. (Boone)

Kevin Douglas Churchey, 42, of 141 East Ave., Hagerstown - possession of cocaine (repeat offender); 90 days on home detention, three years probation. (Boone)

G.M. Gaddy, 25, Maryland Division of Correction - possession with intent to distribute cocaine; 18-month sentence, three years probation. (Boone)

James Kessler Smith, 28, Maryland Division of Correction - possession of cocaine; four years in prison. (Wright)

Emmanuel Taylor, 29, Maryland Division of Correction - distribution of cocaine; five years in prison, three years probation. (Boone)

Ronald Wayne Toms, 44, of 13628 Pennsylvania Ave., Apt. 22, Hagerstown - possession with intent to distribute cocaine; four years in prison. (Wright)

Thelma Irene Wells, 52, of 204 N. Potomac St., Apt. 2, Hagerstown - maintaining a common nuisance; four years in prison. (Wright)

Lavon Brumback, 57, of 9950 Downsville Pike, Hagerstown - driving under the influence of alcohol; six months in jail, three years probation, $165 fine. (Boone)

Rebecca Suzette Monninger, 57, of 1091/2 W. Franklin St., Apt. 5, Hagerstown - maintaining a common nuisance; eight years in prison. (McDowell)

Jessica Lynne Needy, 22, of 15650 Talhelm Road, State Line, Pa. - possession of drug paraphernalia; $100 fine. (Beachley)

William Jess Johnston Jr., 43, of 32 S. Cannon Ave., Hagerstown - conspiracy to distribute OxyContin; 15 months in jail. (Beachley)

Dustin Clay Prendable, 29, of 30 Wayside Ave., Hagerstown - possession of cocaine; 18 months in jail, three years probation. (Beachley)

Charlie Carlos Thompson, 28, Maryland Division of Correction - possession of heroin; three years in prison. (Beachley)

Todd Monroe Miller, 42, of 13616 Royal Road, Hagerstown - maintaining a common nuisance; three years in prison, 30 months probation. (Beachley)

Lateef R. Fisher, 27, Washington County Detention Center, 500 Western Maryland Parkway, Hagerstown - possession with intent to distribute cocaine and marijuana; 10 years in prison. (Wright)




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

Judges routinely order defendants to get addiction treatment and education.

Judges also may 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 then would have a conviction on his record.

The judges in Washington County include District Court judges Ralph France and M. Kenneth Long Jr., and 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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