Barren Circuit Court Records
Howard Jason Hodges of Munfordville pled guilty to possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, possession of a defaced firearm and carrying a concealed deadly weapon. He was sentenced at the time of his plea to 12 months.
Mercedes D. Wilson of Glasgow pled guilty to 13 counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument and 8 counts of theft by deception. Sentencing is June 11.
Marnie Heather Coates Young of Knob Lick pled guilty to 12 counts of criminal possession of a forged instrument and theft by deception. She was sentenced at the time to 12 months and then granted probation.
Melissa Ann Fraley of Indiana was sentenced on her gulity plea to facilitation to manufacturing meth, possession of meth and drug paraphernalia. Following a plea agreement, she was sentenced to 3 years and granted probation.
Marci F. Hubbard of Glasgow was sentenced to 1 year and granted probation for 2 counts of welfare fraud. Part of her probation condition is to make restitution in full.
Jessie D. Shipley of Glasgow was sentenced on a guilty plea to burglary and theft by unlawful taking. Following a plea agreement the court placed Shipley on a period of pre-trial diversion on hte condition he make restitution in full.
William Jessie Waddell of Glasgow was sentenced on his guilty plea to DUI and careless driving, receiving a 2 year sentence per plea agreement.
Metcalfe Circuit Court Records
Casey C. Bryant of Edmonton pled guilty to possession of meth and receiving stolen property.
Ruby Jenene Ennis of Knob Lick pled guilty to possession of meth.
Jane F. Marrs of Edmonton pled guilty by Alford Plea to unlawful distribution of meth precursor
Cassandra Scott of Edmonton pled guilty to facilitation to manufacturing meth and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Joshua Allen Walace of Edmonton pled guilty to manufacturing meth and possesion of drug paraphernalia. Wallace was sentenced at the time of his plea to 20 years incarceration.
Glasgow High School To Have Academy of Engineering
Glasgow High is slated to be the first in Kentucky to open an Academy of Engineering sanctioned by the National Academy Foundation.
Civil Engineering, Architecture, biotech, aerospace and electronics are on the agenda to provide students with knowledge and information.