Lena Blevins, 52, was sentenced to 12 months in jail and fined on an amended charge of criminal facilitation to possession of a controlled substance. She was originally indicted on a second-degree trafficking a controlled substance charge.
Harlan Circuit Court Judge Ron Johnson probated the remainder of Blevins' sentence for 24 months.
Johnson told her to pay her fine within six months, stay out of trouble and stay away from felons, drugs and drunks. She will be subject to random drug testing and maintain a curfew from 10:30 p.m. to 5 a.m.
In other court action:
-- Denny Blevins, 58, of Closplint, pleaded guilty to two counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance and one count of trafficking marijuana.
The commonwealth attorney recommended two years each for the drug trafficking charges and 12 months in jail for the marijuana charge, to run consecutively for a total of four years in prison. He also took no position on probation.
Johnson told Blevins before he took the plea that he was not bound by the agreement.
Blevins is scheduled for sentencing April 20. Johnson told Blevins to continue attending Celebrate Recovery.
-- Freddie Simpson, 53, of Wallins, was scheduled for a jury trial on charges of first-degree trafficking a controlled substance and being a persistent felony offender. The case was continued by agreed order until April 13.
-- Daniel Lee Stines, 61, of Loyall, was scheduled for a competency hearing in the case for first-degree robbery, second-degree terroristic threatening and carrying a concealed deadly weapon.
The hearing was continued until March 23.
-- Herbert Middleton, 63, of Jones Creek, was scheduled for a jury trial on three indictments on three charges of first-degree trafficking a controlled substance.
The trial was continued to May 3.
-- David Farley, 36, was sentenced to 12 months in jail and fined $500 on an amended charge of second-degree possession of a controlled substance from the original charge of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance.
The sentence was probated for 24 months. He was ordered to attend Celebrate Recovery, enroll in AA/NA, be subject to random drug testing, maintain a curfew from 10:30 p.m. to 5 a.m.; work on getting his GED and pay $140 in restitution to the Harlan County Sheriff's Department.
The 24 months of probation will be supervised.