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Circuit Court Action for Dec. 6

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It is the policy of the Central Kentucky News-Journal to publish public records as they are reported by various agencies. Names appearing in "Circuit Court Action" are published without exception, to preserve the fairness and impartiality of the CKNJ and as a news service to our readers.

 

Taylor Circuit Court Judge Dan Kelly's Nov. 16 docket:

  • Marsha Gail Curry, 31, of 14 Greenbriar Drive in Campbellsville, pleaded guilty to public intoxication and third-degree possession of a controlled substance, sentenced to two years' probation; pleaded guilty to tampering with physical evidence, prosecutor recommends three-year pretrial diversion, to be sentenced to two years in prison if fails terms, and an order to complete the Taylor County Drug Court program, formal sentencing set for Jan 4.
  • William Houston Gaddie, 25, of 26 Anna Court in Campbellsville, pleaded guilty to first-degree wanton endangerment, amended from possession of a handgun by a convicted felon, prosecutor recommends five years' probation and an order to complete the Taylor County Drug Court program; pleaded guilty to public intoxication, resisting arrest, carrying a concealed deadly weapon and second-degree disorderly conduct, prosecutor recommends a year's probation, formal sentencing is Dec. 21.
  • Julian S. Sampson, 45, of 2319 Greensburg Road, Lot #19, in Campbellsville, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree assault, amended down from second-degree assault, and third-degree terroristic threatening, sentenced to two years' probation and ordered to pay a fine; charges of intimidating a witness in the legal process and alcohol intoxication dismissed.
  • Christopher Thompson, 35, of 314 Clem Haskins Blvd. in Campbellsville, sentenced to five years' probation, pleaded guilty in October in two separate cases to two counts of flagrant non-support.
  • Brandon K. Gribbins, 22, of 192 Natures Way in Campbellsville, pleaded guilty to theft by unlawful taking more than $500, prosecutor recommends five-year pretrial diversion, to be sentenced to serve five years in prison if fails terms, formal sentencing set for Dec. 21.