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McCracken District Court

Staff report

Dec. 3

Andrew J. Gewe, 38, 4750 Mayfield-Metropolis Road, Paducah, hindering prosecution or apprehension: 7 days, pay $285 by 3-11-14.

Thomas J. Downs, 1407 West Jefferson, Louisville, fleeing or evading the police: 7 days, pay $285 by 2-4-14.

Matthew L. McKinney, 28, 1469 U.S. 68 East, Benton, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol, first offense: 7 days, two-year conditional discharge, no further offenses, alcohol driving education, no refusals, 30 days license suspension, pay $1,034 by 6-13-14.

Shelly L. Noble, 40, 110 Grogan Circle, Lot 1, Paducah, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol, second offense: 60 days, serve 10, two-year conditional discharge, no further offenses, alcohol driving education, no refusals, 12 months license suspension, pay $1,184 by 6-3-14.

Robert L. Taylor, 62, 185 Long Acre Lane, Benton, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol, first offense, aggravating circumstances: 30 days, serve four, two-year conditional discharge, no further offenses, alcohol driving education, no refusals, 120 days license suspension, pay $1,119 by 3-11-14.

Sean McIntosh, 21, 1206 Markham Ave., Paducah, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of drugs or alcohol, first offense, aggravating circumstances: 30 days, serve four, two-year conditional discharge, no further offenses, alcohol driving education, no refusals, 30 days license suspension, paid $784.

Broc R. Martin, 20, 3236 Minnich Ave., Paducah, possession of marijuana: 10 days concurrent, two-year conditional discharge, no further offenses, forfeit items seized; drug paraphernalia buy/possess: 10 days concurrent, two-year conditional discharge, no further offenses, forfeit items seized, court costs waived.

Jessica M. Graham, 23, 2040 Happy Hollow, Paducah, first-degree official misconduct: 21 days concurrent, no further offenses; theft by unlawful taking, all others, under $500, 21 days concurrent.

Fiera Copeland, 19, 1135 Lincoln Ave., Paducah, theft by unlawful taking-shoplifting, under $500: 14 days, two-year conditional discharge, no further offenses, attend theft prevention classes, stay out of Walmart, pay $310 by 5-6-14.

Carlos de la Paz, 22, 3236 Spring St., Paducah, possession of marijuana: 10 days, two-year conditional discharge, no further offenses, pay $285 by 3-4-14.

Joshua H. Foreman, 23, 2922 Goodman St., Paducah, assault fourth degree domestic violence, minor injury: 90 days, serve 88, two-year conditional discharge, no further offenses, domestic violence assessment, comply with family court orders, no violent contact with victim.

Chelsea R. Potter, 18, 6300 Connie Sue Drive, Paducah, theft by unlawful taking-shoplifting, under $500: 14 days, two-year conditional discharge, no further offenses,  attend theft prevention classes, stay out of Walmart, court costs waived.

Shannon N. Pearson, 26, 1121 Tennessee St., Paducah, possession of marijuana: two days concurrent, forfeit items seized; drug paraphernalia buy/possess: two days concurrent, forfeit items seized.

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