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Woman gets two years on drug, other charges

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By Calen McKinney

A Campbellsville woman has been sentenced to two years in prison for violating the terms of her diversion.

Robin Lynn Raynor, 52, of 133 Cherwood Drive appeared before Taylor Circuit Court Judge Allan Bertram on Tuesday, June 17.

In November 2007, Raynor pleaded guilty to possession of drug supplies, her second offense, and menacing. A charge of being a second-degree persistent felony offender was dismissed.

At that time, Raynor was sentenced to serve 45 days in jail and sentenced to four years' probation.

In January, Raynor appeared before Bertram for failing to report to the probation and parole office. At that time, Bertram passed on revoking Raynor's probation.

Three months later, Bertram referred Raynor to the Taylor County drug court program.

Raynor's probation was revoked because of her continued drug and alcohol use, failure to report to the probation and parole office and because she has since been arrested and charged with other crimes. She was given credit for 180 days she has already served.

Also on Bertram's recent dockets:

- Gary D. Phillips, 54, of 936 Friendship Road in Campbellsville was granted a two-year pretrial diversion on drug charges.

In April, Phillips pleaded guilty to first-degree wanton endangerment and possession of drug supplies. He originally faced a charge of first-degree possession of cocaine, which was amended to the wanton endangerment charge.

Phillips was also sentenced to two years' probation. If he fails the terms of his diversion, Phillips is to be sentenced to two years in prison. Final disposition of Phillips' case is set for June 8, 2010.

- Thomas Wayne Baker, 40, of 1034 Legion Park Road, Lot 1, in Greensburg was granted a five-year pretrial diversion on DUI and other charges.

In May, Baker pleaded guilty to first-degree wanton endangerment and DUI. Charges of reckless driving, speeding and failure to wear seat belts were dismissed.

Baker was also sentenced to serve 10 days in jail, for which he was given credit for time he has already served, and ordered to attend a 90-day alcohol and drug education program and have his license revoked for 30 days.

If Baker fails the terms of his diversion, he is to be sentenced to a year in prison. Final disposition of his case is set for June 18, 2013.

- Teddy Alan Hord, 37, of 604 Fern Drive in Campbellsville was granted a five-year pretrial diversion on a theft charge.

In May, Hord pleaded guilty to theft by deception more than $300. He was ordered to pay $883.26 in restitution to White Oil and Newcomb Oil.

If he fails the terms of his diversion, Hord is to be sentenced to five years in prison. Final disposition of his case is set for June 18, 2013.

- Wendell Neil Reynolds Jr., 25, of Airview Gardens, Apt. 10, in Campbellsville completed the terms of his diversion and had a marijuana charge against him dismissed.

In June 2002, Reynolds pleaded guilty to selling less than 8 ounces of marijuana within 1,000 yards of a school. At that time, he was granted a five-year pretrial diversion and ordered to pay $250 in restitution to the Campbellsville Police Department Drug Elimination Fund.

A motion to revoke Reynolds' motion was made in November 2002 alleging that he had not abided by the terms set by the probation and parole office. Bertram passed on revoking Reynolds' diversion, however, and extended it in December 2002.

Motions to revoke his diversion were also made in February 2003 and October 2005. Bertram passed on doing so each time because Reynolds had paid restitution and stated that he planned to enter treatment. In December 2005, Bertram extended Reynolds' diversion for an additional year.

- 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.