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Seven from Martinsburg Division have releases revoked in U.S. District Court

April 02, 2013

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — U.S. Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld II said in a recent news release that 18 people had their supervised release revoked for violating terms and conditions imposed by the U.S. District Court, including seven in the Martinsburg Division before Judge Gina M. Groh.

Those who had their release revoked following hearings in the Martinsburg court were:

• Antonio Dwayne Hendricks, 33, of Martinsburg, W.Va., was sentenced to 14 months in prison to be followed by 38 months of supervised release for failure to report for drug testing, associating with a person engaged in criminal activity; positive drug test for the use of cocaine and marijuana, frequenting places where illegal substances were being used, failure to be truthful with the probation officer, failure to comply with treatment schedule as directed, possession of marijuana and cocaine, excessive use of alcohol and submitting an untruthful monthly report form to the probation office, according to the news release.

Hendricks was originally sentenced on Sept. 23, 2005, to 10 years in prison and five years of supervised release. On Sept. 25, 2007, Hendricks’ sentence was reduced to four years and two months in prison and five years of supervised release. On July 12, 2011, Hendricks’ supervised release was revoked and he was sentenced to eight months in prison and  four years and four months of supervised release.

• Harold Jackson-Jones, a/k/a Terrell Smith, 38, of Winchester, Va., was sentenced to one year in prison to be followed by two years of supervised release for simple assault, assault on law  enforcement officer and resisting arrest, according to the release.

Jackson-Jones was originally sentenced on June 16, 2006, to five years and four months in prison and three years of supervised release on a charge of possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

• Gene Fuhrman, 36, of Clear Spring, Md., was sentenced to 12 months  in prison to be followed by two years of supervised release for failure to make monthly restitution payments; failure to report to the probation office; failure to report police contact; failure to notify probation office of an address  change; brandishing a deadly weapon; and retaliation against  a witness, according to the release.

Fuhrman was originally sentenced on April 7, 2009, to 12 years and nine months in prison and three years of supervised release on a charge of manufacturing methamphetamine.

• Gabriel Christopher McGuire, a/k/a Ziggy, 26, of Martinsburg, was sentenced to 12 months in prison to be followed by two years of supervised release for failure to notify probation office of change of address, being in a residence where suspected heroin was being used, testing positive for the use of drugs and being untruthful with probation office on monthly reports, according to the release.

McGuire was sentenced on Dec. 10, 2009, to five years and eight months in prison and three years of supervised release on a charge of distribution of heroin.

On Nov. 1, 2011, McGuire’s sentence was reduced to three years and one month in prison and three years of supervised release pursuant to the crack re-sentencing guidelines.

• Devonnie Joseph Cooper, 24, of Charles Town, W.Va., was sentenced to five months in prison to be followed by four years of supervised release for use of marijuana and cocaine and attempts to alter/fake urine samples, according to the release.

Cooper was originally sentenced on Jan. 29, 2008, to 60 months  imprisonment and 48 months of supervised release on a charge of possession with intent to distribute cocaine base.

• Judy Rae Smith, 49, of Martinsburg, was sentenced to four months in prison to be followed by 18 months of supervised release for testing positive for the use of marijuana and oxycodone, according to the release.

Smith was originally sentenced on July 15, 2009, to three years and six months imprisonment and three years of supervised release for the distribution of cocaine base.

• William Travis Tolson, 31, of Martinsburg, was sentenced to three months in prison to be followed by 33 months of supervised release for failure to report to the probation office as directed and failure to follow instructions of the probation office, according to the release.

Tolson was originally sentenced to 20 months in prison and three years of supervised release for retaliation against a witness.

The United States Probation Office carries out probation and pretrial services functions throughout the Northern District of West Virginia.

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