Lisa K. Smith, 38, was sentenced on charges set forth in four indictments.
She was charged with three counts of trafficking a controlled substance in the first degree, class C felonies, on the first indictment; one charge of trafficking a controlled substance in the first degree on the second indictment; one charge of trafficking a controlled substance in the first degree on the third indictment; and one count of trafficking a controlled substance in the first degree on the fourth indictment.
Pursuant to the agreement, the court pronounced sentence for Smith. On count one of the first indictment Smith was sentenced to five years in prison, on count two, she was sentenced to five years imprisonment to run consecutively with count one. On the third count of that indictment, she was sentenced to five years imprisonment to run concurrently with charges one and two.
On the second indictment, she was sentenced to five years to be served concurrently with the sentence in the first indictment. On the third indictment, she was also sentenced to five years, to be served concurrently with the sentence in the previous indictments.
Another five-year sentence, to be served concurrently with the prior sentences, was pronounced on the fourth indictment.
Smith was also ordered by the court to pay court costs, make restitution to the Harlan County Sheriff's Department and pay recoupment following her release.
Circuit Judge Ron Johnson said he wants Smith to be imprisoned in a facility where she can receive proper care and treatment for her emotional and mental conditions.
Jonathan Collet, 30, in accordance with a plea agreement, was sentenced to five years on the charge of conspiracy to commit robbery in the first degree.
Charles Jones, 50, was sentenced to one year in prison on the charge of trafficking marijuana within 1,000 yards of a school, a class D felony. Jones was also sentenced to one year on the charge of possession of a controlled substance in the first degree, one year on the charge of tampering with physical evidence and 12 months on the charge of resisting arrest, a class A misdemeanor, which by law must be served concurrently with the sentences in the first three charges.
Tonyal Dean Reid, 24, Detroit, under a plea agreement, was sentenced to five years in prison on the charge of trafficking a controlled substance. Johnson said given the facts that Reid does not have a lengthy record, he has obtained a GED and has been gainfully employed, Johnson will consider shock probation after Reid serves 60 days of his sentence.
Jason Sullivan, 19, was sentenced to 12 months in jail on the charge of criminal trespass. Sullivan had originally entered a guilty plea to the charge of third degree burglary, which is a felony charge, but Johnson amended the charge to the misdemeanor due to the fact that Sullivan's clean record. Both the charges carry the same sentence. Johnson urged Sullivan to take this opportunity to make positive changes in his life.