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Fifteen sentenced in Boyd County

Sep. 14, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

CATLETTSBURG, Ky. -- Fifteen people have been sentenced to prison in Boyd County Circuit Court action Friday and last week, according to the office of Commonwealth's Attorney David Justice.

Justin Davis, 24, of Rush, was sentenced to eight years in prison for burglary.

Eric Maddix, 27, of Ashland, was sentenced to eight years in prison for burglary.

Justin Gilbert, 24, of Ashland, was sentenced to six years in prison for burglary.

Brian Bostic, 21, of Detroit, was sentenced to five years in prison for drug trafficking.

Michael Adkins-Jenkins, 26, of Flatwoods, Ky., was sentenced to five years in prison for burglary.

Brian Helms, 28, of Ashland, was sentenced to five years in prison for burglary.

Jennifer Craft, 25, of Greenup, Ky., was sentenced to four years in prison for possession of a forged instrument.

Jharel Kirkland, 24, of Columbus, was sentenced to three years in prison for drug trafficking.

Danny Halley II, 19, of Ashland, was sentenced to three years in prison for drug trafficking.

Christopher Shannon, 26, of Ashland, was sentenced to two years in prison for receiving stolen property.

Amanda Stockton, 34, of Ashland, was sentenced to two years in prison for possession of drugs.

Kenneth Taylor, 50, of Ashland, was sentenced to two years in prison for burglary.

Brent Deer, 43, of Ironton, was sentenced to two years in prison for drug possession.

Christopher Hale, 27, of Ashland was sentenced to a year in prison for receiving stolen property.

Joyce Puryear, 38, of Ashland, was sentenced to a year in prison for promoting contraband.

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