Two enter guilty pleas in Common Pleas Court
Published 12:00 am Monday, December 9, 2002
A woman accused in connection with a summertime shooting incident in Mason Township and a man accused in connection with a break-in at a Proctorville residence pleaded guilty in Lawrence County Common Pleas Court yesterday.
Shelly Turner, age and address unknown, pleaded guilty to complicity to felonious assault and complicity to aggravated burglary in connection with the July break-in at a residence on Trace Creek-Marion Ridge. She will be sentenced Jan. 8.
Deputies went to the home after receiving a call that suspects had entered a home and that the homeowners had fired shots.
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Turner was one of four people indicted by a Lawrence County grand jury in regards to that incident. Larry D. Salmons, 31, and James D. Stanley, 35, both of South Point, are each charged with second degree felonious assault and first degree aggravated burglary. James H. Nance, Jr., 27, of South Point, is charged with complicity to commit felonious assault and complicity to commit aggravated burglary.
Also, Brandon Inscoe, 19, of 237 Sunset Blvd., Proctorville, pleaded guilty yesterday to two counts of burglary in connection with the Aug. 10 break in of a residence in Proctorville.
Lawrence County Common Pleas Judge Frank McCown sentenced
Inscoe to four years on each count, to be served concurrently. Inscoe is to report to the Lawrence County Jail Jan. 6, 2003, and will be taken to prison from there.