Henries Appears On Petition to Revoke
Cynthia Louise Henries, 44, of 28 Rose Street, Lot 63N, New Martinsville, appeared in Wetzel County Circuit Court on Monday, Sept. 28 on a petition submitted to revoke her supervised probation. Henries, represented by Attorney Brent Clyburn, previously pleaded guilty to conspiracy to possess with intent to deliver, cannabanoids. Henries was sentenced to serve 36 months of probation.
Clyburn said he received a notice last week regarding Henries’ alleged violation. Clyburn said he had not had an opportunity to yet discuss Henries’ situation with Prosecutor Timothy Haught and requested additional time to do such. Judge David W. Hummel set a return date for Friday, Oct. 2, 9:30 a.m.
A hearing was also held Monday in the case involving Jeremy Seth Derby, 34, of 812 North 7th Avenue, Paden City. Derby’s case will head to trial on Dec. 14.
Derby received an eight-count indictment from the January 2015 grand jury charging him with various offenses of a sexual nature.
Derby was handed down two charges of sexual assault in the second degree, four charges of sexual abuse by a custodian, and two charges of sexual abuse in the first degree. All of these alleged offenses took place between Aug. 1, 2010, and Aug. 31, 2011. The alleged victim in the cases was under the age of 16 at the time the offenses occurred. The indictment alleges that Derby had inappropriate contact with a child who would have been under his care, custody, or control.