Judge Jeffery D. Cramer Holds Wetzel County Court
Christopher Todd Newbrough, 42, of 56 Shale Street, Shinnston, W.Va., appeared in court on Tuesday alongside his attorney Brett Ferro for a plea hearing. He entered a guilty plea to a one count felony charge of Transferring stolen property in Wetzel County. He was sentenced by Judge Cramer to one year in jail with credit for 163 days time served and ordered to pay a fine of $1,000 plus the cost of his prosecution. He was remanded to serve his sentence and a judgment for restitution was awarded the victim in this case.
Zachary A. Coen, 30, of 574 Alley Addition St., Pine Grove, appeared in court on Tuesday, July 9, for a plea hearing. Coen entered a guilty plea to fleeing from a police officer in a vehicle and driving while license was revoked.
He was sentenced to not less than one nore more than 5 years in prison. The remaining counts of his indictment were dismissed w/predjudice. Judge Jeffrey Cramer also ordered Coen to be fined $1,000 and pay the cost of his prosecution. Coen may be eligible for a reduction of sentence after he has successfully served 6 months. He was remanded to the Division of Rehabilitation and Corrections.
Robert Earl Coen, 30, of 582 Alley Addition St., Pine Grove, appeared in court on Tuesday, with his attorney Brett Ferro for a plea hearing. He pleaded guilty to a one count felony offense of possession of a controlled substance marijuana with intent to deliver. He was sentenced to two years supervised probation and ordered to pay the cost of his prosecution.
Raymond Robert Lehman II, 36, appeared in court on Tuesday, July 9, for a Probation Revocation hearing. Lehman was given a 60 day sanction for violating the terms of his probation. He was given credit for time served.
Christian Patrick Dabbs, 30, of 7249 Energy Highway, Sistersville, appeared in court alongside his attorney for a plea agreement hearing. Dabbs entered a guilty plea to count one of a three count indictment charging him with failure to update sex offender resistry information. He was given a prison sentence which was suspended and he was placed on two years probation. The two remaining counts against him were dismissed with predjudice.