Sentencings in Common Pleas Court this week


By Ashley Bunton - [email protected]



Sentencings in the Fayette County Court of Common Pleas Monday:

– George A. Shadley, 23, of Washington C.H., plead guilty to possession of heroin and was sentenced to two years of community control with the Fayette County Adult Probation Department. He was ordered to be evaluated for a drug/alcohol program at Fayette Recovery, and ordered to have a six-month driver’s license suspension and pay the costs for prosecution. Shadley is eligible to work off those costs through community service. If he violates the terms of the sentencing agreement, Shadley faces a 12-month prison sentence. Shadley was arrested after five packages of heroin were located in his belly button by authorities.

– Brian Collins, 32, of Washington C.H., plead guilty to one count of non-support of dependents and sentenced to two years of community control with the Fayette County Adult Probation Department. He was ordered to be assessed for an appropriate drug/alcohol program and ordered to pay the costs for prosecution. If Collins breaks the terms of that agreement he will face a 12-month prison sentence. Collins was indicted Dec. 18, 2015 on one count of non-support of dependents after he failed to pay court-ordered child support for an accumulated amount of approximately $5,000.

– Carrie Hilderbrand, 37, of Washington C.H., plead guilty to two counts of non-support of dependents and was sentenced to two years of community control with the Fayette County Adult Probation Department and ordered to pay the costs for prosecution. The prison term for violating the sentencing agreement is 12 months. Hilderbrand was indicted June 25, 2012 for failing to pay an approximate $5,000 in child support.

– Lee R. Ealy, 55, of Washington C.H., plead guilty to operating a vehicle under the influence and was sentenced to one year and 10 months in prison, four months of which are mandatory. Ealy received 78 days of jail-time credit while in the Fayette County Jail.

– George Baker, Jr., 46, of Greenfield, plead guilty to one count of robbery and was sentenced to a prison term of 12 months and is subject to three years of supervision. Baker was ordered to pay the costs for prosecution. He earned 96 days of jail-time credit in the Fayette County Jail. Baker went into Kroger on Clinton Avenue and pushed a cart full of steaks out of the store without paying. He was loading $702 worth of meat into his vehicle when he was confronted by a witness. The witness reported that Baker rammed him in the leg with his vehicle as he fled. The Greenfield Police Department stopped Baker, locating 15 steaks, a sack of potatoes, and a ham in his vehicle.

By Ashley Bunton

[email protected]

Reach Ashley at the Record-Herald (740) 313-0355 or on Twitter @ashbunton

Reach Ashley at the Record-Herald (740) 313-0355 or on Twitter @ashbunton

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