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Sentenced in Mason County Circuit Court


Ryan S. Donohue, 19, Point Pleasant and Timothy Donohue, 20, Point Pleasant, recently appeared before Judge Thomas C. Evans, III for sentencing. Both men pleaded guilty to the felony offense of conspiracy and a misdemeanor offense of conspiracy. The pair received joint indictments by the September 2013 term of the grand jury for burglary, breaking and entering two counts, grand larceny, conspiracy. The charges stemmed from an incident which allegedly took place in July 2013 at a home on Charleston Rd., Point Pleasant.


Both men were sentenced to one year of probation with Ryan Donohue being ordered to participate in a 90-day treatment program. The state was represented by Prosecuting Attorney R. Craig Tatterson. Timothy Donohue was represented by Attorney R. Michael Shaw, Jr. and Ryan Donohue was represented by Attorney Damon Morgan, Jr.


Amanda M. Denais, 29, Gallipolis Ferry, also recently appeared before Judge Evans after she pleaded guilty to the felony offense of grand larceny. Denais was ordered to pay $2,200 in restitution and 60 days in the Lakin Correctional Facililty. Denais is then to be relased on bond after the 60 days and reappear before Judge Evans on June 27. Denais was indicted by the September 2013 term of the grand jury for burglary, grand larceny, conspiracy. The state was represented by Prosecuting Attorney R. Craig Tatterson. Denais was represented by Attorney R. Michael Shaw, Jr.


Kelly A. Phoenix, 37, Henderson, recently appeared before Judge Evans after she pleaded guilty to the felony offense of grand larceny. Phoenix was ordered to pay $2,200 in restitution and 60 days in the Lakin Correctional Facility. Phoenix is then to be released on bond after the 60 days and reappear before Judge Evans on June 27. Phoenix was indicted by the September 2013 term of the grand jury for burglary, grand larceny, conspiracy. The state was represented by Prosecuting Attorney R. Craig Tatterson. Phoenix was represented by Attorney Damon Morgan, Jr.


Ashley M. Barr, age and address unreported, recently appeared before Judge Evans for sentencing after she entered a plea of guilty to misdemeanor petit larceny, a lesser included offense of grand larceny as charged in the indictment handed down against her by the May 2013 term of the grand jury. Barr was ordered to pay restitution and to two years probation in regards to an alleged burglary which took place in May 2012 at a Gallipolis Ferry residence. The state was represented by Special Prosecuting Attorney Chris Chiles and Barr was represented by Attorney R. Michael Shaw, Jr.


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