Here is a compilation of some of the activity in Carroll...

Court docket

April 26, 1992

Here is a compilation of some of the activity in Carroll County Courts:

Circuit Court

Ellen Bell: Sentenced by Circuit Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. to suspended term of one year in the Department of Corrections and five years of probation supervised by the Drinking Drivers Monitoring Programon April 21 for driving while intoxicated.

Evelyne Chance: Sentenced by Beck to suspended term of one year in the Carroll County Detention Center, one year of supervised probation and 100 hours of volunteer community service on April 22 for forgery.

Albert Kirkendale Sr.: Sentenced by Beck to a suspended term of one year in the Department of Corrections and one year of supervised probation on April 21 for convictions of theft and driving with a revoked license.

ColleenLawlor: Sentenced by Beck to probation before judgment and one year of unsupervised probation on April 21 for a failure to stop at a stopsign.

Michael Marchand: Sentenced by Beck to probation before judgment and one year probation supervised by the Drinking Drivers Monitoring Program on April 21 for driving while intoxicated.

James Markle Sr.: Sentenced by Beck to one year in the Department of Corrections, with all but time served suspended, and three years' supervised probation on April 22 for possession of controlled dangerous substance.

Ronald Maseroni: Sentenced by Beck to probation before judgment and one year unsupervised probation on April 21 for breaking and entering with intent to steal.

Samuel Mathews: Sentenced by Beck to probation before judgment and one year probation supervised by the Drinking Drivers Monitoring Program on April 21 for driving while intoxicated.

Philip Poore: Sentenced by Beck to probation before judgmentand one year probation supervised by the Drinking Drivers MonitoringProgram on April 21 for driving while intoxicated.

Frank Reed: Sentenced by Beck to probation before judgment, $50 in court costs and one year unsupervised probation on April 22 for possession of a controlled dangerous substance.

Rickey Williams: Sentenced by Beck to one year in the Department of Corrections, beginning Oct. 4, 1991, on April 22 for a fourth-degree sex offense.

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