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January 6, 2014

Man accused of hitting wife with cane appears in court, pleads guilty

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Somerset —

• Jamie Cordell, 31, of Somerset was imprisoned for three years  after her probation was revoked, according to Montgomery. Montgomery said Cordell was originally convicted of first-degree possession of a controlled substance.
• Michael A. Tarter, 54, of Somerset pleaded guilty to one count of flagrant non-support, according to Dalton. Dalton said that Tarter did not pay child support totaling $27,000 over a five-year period. 
Dalton stated he would recommend one year in prison. Burdette set final sentencing for January 16.
• Randolph A. Davis, 39, of Somerset pleaded guilty to one count of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance, according to Montgomery. Montgomery said that in August 2008 Davis sold oxycodone and heroin to an undercover officer. 
Montgomery stated he would recommend one year in prison. Tapp set final sentencing for January 17.
• James D. Rose, 38, of Somerset was imprisoned for five years after his probation was revoked, according to Montgomery. Montgomery said Rose was originally convicted of felony theft and theft of identity.
• Roger Miller, 43, of Somerset was imprisoned for 10 years after his probation was revoked, according to Montgomery. Montgomery said Miller was originally convicted of two counts of first-degree trafficking in a controlled substance.
• Johnathon R. Young, 38, of Waynesburg was imprisoned for five after his probation was revoked, according to Dalton. Dalton said Young was originally convicted of flagrant non-support.
• Darrell L. Hobbs, 61, of Nancy was imprisoned for three years following the revocation of his probation, according to Montgomery. Montgomery said Hobbs was originally convicted of convicted felon in possession of a firearm.
• Richard Z. Sewell, 30, of Somerset was imprisoned for four years after his probation was revoked, according to Montgomery. Montgomery said Sewell was originally convicted of first-degree possession of a controlled substance.
• Timothy Ray Goode, 35, of Lexington was sentenced to one year in prison for two counts of second-degree possession of a forged instrument, according to Montgomery. Montgomery said that in October 2013, investigators with the sheriff’s department determined that Goode passed forged checks on two occasions.

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