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Charges against woman dismissed

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By The Staff

Charges against a Campbellsville woman accused of robbing a local business have been dismissed because she gave back the money stolen.

Tracy M. Hicks, 22, of 219 Vaughn St. appeared before Taylor Circuit Court Judge Allan Bertram on Tuesday, June 3.

Hicks had been charged with first-degree robbery. Court records state she was accused of entering D and S Smoke Shop on South Central Avenue in March 2007, pulling a knife and demanding money. Records state she allegedly left with $322.25.

The charge against Hicks was dismissed because she forfeited $322.50 and admitted there was cause for her arrest.

Also on Bertram's docket:

- Jay Nicholas Chappel, 25, of 114 Smith Chapel Road in Campbellsville was sentenced to five years' probation on a drug charge.

In April, Chappel pleaded guilty to second-degree selling codeine.

Chappel was ordered to pay $160 in restitution to the Campbellsville Police Department Drug Elimination Fund and follow treatment recommendations.

- Tonya Lavonne Henry, 39, of 805 Gidget Trail in Campbellsville was sentenced to serve six years in prison on drug charges.

In May, Henry pleaded guilty in three separate cases to first-degree possession of cocaine, her second offense, two counts of first-degree selling cocaine, second-degree fleeing or evading police and resisting arrest.

Henry was also ordered to report to drug court staff for assessment. She was given credit for 184 days she has already served.

Court records also list Henry's address as 51 Kimberly Way in Lebanon.

- Jeremy L. Read, 32, of 1668 Smith Ridge Road in Campbellsville completed the terms of his diversion and had wanton endangerment and other charges dismissed.

In December 2002, Read pleaded guilty to two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment and terroristic threatening.

At that time, Read was granted a five-year pretrial diversion and sentenced to two years' probation.

- Robert Douglas Young, 24, of 1550 Miller Road in Campbellsville was granted a five-year pretrial diversion on drug charges.

In April, Young pleaded guilty to obtaining a controlled substance by fraud and criminal possession of a forged prescription.

If he fails the terms of his diversion, Young will be sentenced to three years in prison. Final disposition of Young's case is set for June 4, 2013.

- Jeffrey Lynn Bailey, 31, of 107 Pine St. in Campbellsville pleaded guilty to flagrant nonsupport.

Bailey was sentenced to two years' probation and ordered to pay $382.08 in restitution and $6,729.92 to the victim.

- Brittany Leeanndra Cox, 51, of 710 High Pine, #14, in Campbellsville pleaded guilty in three separate cases to nine counts of theft by unlawful taking less than $300, two counts of second-degree criminal possession of forged checks, first-degree possession of cocaine, two counts of second-degree possession of a controlled substance, possession of less than 8 ounces of marijuana and possession of drug supplies. She originally faced nine additional counts of second-degree criminal possession of forged checks, which were amended to theft by unlawful taking.

The prosecutor has recommended that Cox be granted a five-year pretrial diversion and sentenced to two months' probation. If she fails the terms of the diversion, the prosecutor has recommended that Cox be sentenced to five years in prison. Formal sentencing is set for July 8.

Court records also list Cox's address as 133 Cherwood and 230 Eads St., both in Campbellsville.

- Toby Allen Robinson, 47, of 500 Clem Haskins Blvd. in Campbellsville had his diversion voided and pleaded guilty to a drug charge in two separate cases.

In one case, Robinson pleaded guilty to first-degree selling cocaine.

The prosecutor has recommended that Robinson be sentenced to serve a year in prison after he completes any other sentences he may receive.

In another case, Robinson's diversion was voided because he pleaded guilty to the drug charge in the previous case.

In November 2006, Robinson pleaded guilty to first-degree possession of cocaine and possession of drug supplies.

At that time, Robinson was sentenced to two years' probation and granted a three-year pretrial diversion. If he failed the terms of his diversion, Robinson was to be sentenced to three years in prison.

Formal sentencing in both of Robinson's cases is set for July 8.

- Richard Robert Scott, 33, of 111 Baptist St. in Campbellsville had his probation revoked and was sentenced to serve three years in prison.

In April 2007, Scott pleaded guilty to first-degree selling cocaine.

Two months later, he was sentenced to five years' probation, and charges of alcohol intoxication and resisting arrest were dismissed.

Scott's probation was revoked because he has since been convicted of other crimes and tested positive for drug use. He was given credit for six days he has already served.

- Staff Writer Calen McKinney can be reached at 465-8111 Ext. 235 or by e-mail at reporter@cknj.com. Comment on this story at www.cknj.com.