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Man from Columbus sentenced in drug case

Oct. 31, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

IRONTON -- A Columbus man was sentenced to six years in prison Wednesday in Lawrence County Common Pleas Court in a drug case, according to the office of Prosecuting Attorney Brigham Anderson.

Charles Parks, 25, of Columbus, pleaded guilty to seven counts of trafficking in crack cocaine, tampering with evidence and possession of crack. He was sentenced by Judge D. Scott Bowling.

In an unrelated case, Cory Brewer, 23, of Township road 109, South Point, was sentenced to three years in prison for felonious assault and child endangerment.

In other cases:

Angela Cooper, 30, of the 600 block of 10th Street, Huntington, was sentenced to two years in prison by Judge Charles "Chuck" Cooper for violating community control sanctions.

Bobby Dement, 37, of Township Road 88, Proctorville, was sentenced to six months in prison for breaking and entering.

David Malanowski, 32, of Ona, was sentenced to six months in prison for violation of community control sanctions.

Natasha D. Strunk, 26, of County Road 45, Ironton, was sentenced to 144 days in prison for violating community control sanctions.

Evelyn M. Robinson, 44, of Detroit, pleaded not guilty to possession of heroin and trafficking in heroin. She is charged with having 300 grams of heroin in her possession during an arrest Oct. 19 in Lawrence County. Bond was set at $250,000, and a pretrial was set for Nov. 13.

Anthony D. Fletcher, 24, of the 300 block of Susan Court, Ironton, pleaded not guilty to aggravated robbery. Bond was set at $50,000, and a pretrial was set for Nov. 13.

Kendrick D. Jones, 33, of Tyler, Texas, pleaded not guilty to a charge of grand theft. Bond was set at $10,000, and a pretrial was set for Nov. 13.

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