Property crimes on CP docket
Various forms of theft brought several people to Lawrence County Common Pleas Court Wednesday.
Billy R. Monroe, 48, of 1406 S. Ninth St., Ironton, was arraigned on one count of breaking and entering. He pleaded not guilty through his attorney, Warren Morford.
Judge D. Scott Bowling allowed a bond posted in a lower court to continue and added a $20,000 own recognizance (OR) bond. Monroe must return to court Nov. 2 for a pretrial conference.
Reginald E. Kinstler, 32, of 602 Coal Bank Hollow, Ironton, pleaded guilty to three counts of criminal non-support involving three children. Assistant Lawrence County Prosecutor Brigham Anderson said Kinstler owes $9,791.
Kinstler’s fate will be decided Nov. 2 after a pre-sentence investigation.
Douglas Price Jr., 28, of 4300 County Road 15, South Point, pleaded guilty to one count each of passing bad checks and theft from the elderly. He will also be sentenced Nov. 2 following a pre-sentence investigation.
Kimberly D. McCoy, 42, of 1527 Valley Drive, Flatwoods, Ky., pleaded guilty to two counts of complicity to forgery.
Bowling sentenced her to four years community control sanctions under intensive supervised probation (CCS/ISP) and 30 days in jail with credit for time served.
Bowling also ordered her to pay restitution of $631.30 to Grandview Outlet and $147 to Food Fair, her two victims.