Coal Grove man sentenced to prison | Ohio News
IRONTON – A man from Coal Grove was sentenced this week in Lawrence County Plea Court to more than five and a half years in prison for violating community control sanctions.
Robert W. Stevens, 34, admitted to violating community control sanctions and was sentenced by Judge Andy Ballard to more than 67 months in prison.
In an unrelated case, Tyron Markel, 45, of County Road 45, Ironton, pleaded guilty to a felony case and was sentenced to community control penalties for four years and ordered to complete a 135-day program at STAR Community Justice Center. in Franklin Furnace, Ohio.
- Charles McKenzie, 57, of the 300 block of Ridgeway Street, Coal Grove, admitted to violating community control sanctions and was ordered to complete the program at STAR.
- Timothy Adkins, 37, of Township Road 194E, Proctorville, admitted violating community control sanctions and was ordered to complete the program at STAR. He was also ordered to do 186 hours of community service.
- Zachary Holbrook, 31, of Township Road 228, Proctorville, admitted violating community control sanctions and was ordered to complete the program at STAR. He was also ordered to do 200 hours of community service.
- Brandy Bump, 34, of 2800 block of South 4th Street, Ironton, has pleaded not guilty to criminal assault, possession of heroin and attenuation of evidence. Bond was set at $ 20,000.
- Stanley H. Carter, 43, of the 600 block of South 8th Street, Ironton, has pleaded not guilty to possession of cocaine and disobeying a police order or signal. Bond was set at $ 15,000.
- Edward S. Holsinger, 51, of Neils Street, Ironton, pleaded not guilty to three counts of aggravated trafficking of 35.5 grams of meth, aggravated possession of meth and possession of controlled substances. Bond was set at $ 10,000.
Richard L. Robinson, 51, of the Washington, South Point court, pleaded not guilty to unlawfully transporting prohibited items into detention facility grounds and aggravated possession of methamphetamine. He was released on an undertaking of $ 25,000 while the case is pending.