Circuit court hears sentencings

PARKERSBURG – Six sentencings were heard Thursday in Wood County Circuit Court.

* Mark Kelly Comuzie, 54, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, admitted to the allegation in the petition to revoke his home confinement. Judge J.D. Beane denied a motion to allow him to go back to home confinement. He was remanded to custody to serve the remainder of his one- to 10-year sentence with credit for 52 days served. He was sentenced to the term on June 7, 2012, after he pleaded guilty to a charge of fraudulent schemes.

* Matthew Duke Saunders, 23, 906 Lynn St., Parkersburg, was sentenced after his guilty plea to a charge of malicious assault. His motion to defer sentencing for diagnostic testing and placement at the Anthony Center was denied. Judge Robert Waters sentenced him to two to 10 years in prison with credit for 258 days served.

* Christine May Logston, 37, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, admitted to the allegation in the petition to revoke her home confinement. Waters remanded her to custody to serve the remainder of her sentence.

* Rebekah Baker, 27, 823 Stillwell Road, Walker, was sentenced after her guilty plea to possession of an unauthorized access device. Judge Jeffrey Reed sentenced her to six months in the North Central Regional Jail for six months with 13 days credit suspended for three years probation.

* Joshua Emery Greene, 23, 809 Edgelawn St., Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor bill of information charging him with false pretenses. Reed sentenced him to one year in the North Central Regional Jail with credit for 182 days served. A motion for probation or alternative sentencing was denied.

* Robert Lee McElfresh, 19, 1131 Lynn St., Apt. A, Parkersburg, pleaded guilty by way of a plea agreement to robbery, a lesser included offense to the charge of first-degree robbery as charged by the January 2012 grand jury and to a bill of information charging him with escape. Reed deferred his sentencing for placement in the Anthony Center.