Olive Hill man gets 10 years in drug case
CATLETTSBURG, Ky. -- Ten people were sentenced to prison Friday in Boyd County Circuit Court, according to the office of Commonwealth's Attorney David Justice.
Jason A. Lewis, 30, of Olive Hill, Ky., was sentenced to 10 years in prison for manufacturing meth.
Dee Anthony Mauk, 48, of Ashland, was sentenced to seven years in prison for drug trafficking.
James Pumphrey, 35, of Belleview, Fla., was sentenced to six years in prison for criminal attempt to manufacture drugs.
Sammy Scott, 28, of Ashland, was sentenced to five years in prison for burglary.
Paul Lawson, 39, of Russell, Ky., was sentenced to four years in prison for receiving stolen property.
Anthony Williams, 22, of Detroit, was sentenced to three years in prison for drug trafficking.
Brandon A. Young, 30, of Catlettsburg, was sentenced to three years in prison for theft.
Stacey Parsons, 24, of Ashland, was sentenced to two years in prison for receiving stolen property.
Roger Farley, 67, of Catlettsburg, was sentenced to two years in prison for drug trafficking.
Michael Montalvo, 45, no address listed, was sentenced to a year in prison for bigamy.
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