Drug suspect returned to home confinement
PARKERSBURG – One of three people indicted in connection with an alleged methamphetamine laboratory in a Cypress Street residence appeared in Wood County Circuit Court Friday for a home confinement revocation sentencing.
Gregory Clinton Stanley, 31, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, admitted to the violations in the petition to revoke his home confinement. Judge Jeffrey Reed reinstated Stanley to home confinement with an additional condition of reporting to the day report center.
Stanley is scheduled to stand trial on the charges of exposure of children to methamphetamine manufacturing, possession of pseudoephedrine with intent to use in manufacture of methamphetamine, operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory and conspiracy to operate or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory. He was indicted with two co-defendants, Era Corder, 38, and Shelly Berry, 36, in a Nov. 7, 2013 session of the grand jury.
In other hearings Friday:
* Joshua Paul Whitlock, 36, 1304 14th St., Parkersburg, was sentenced after his guilty plea to a charge of petit larceny, a misdemeanor and lesser included offense to grand larceny as charged by the September 2013 grand jury. Reed sentenced Whitlock to one year in the regional jail with 27 days credit to be served on home confinement.
* Corey Lee Church, 22, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, appeared for sentencing on a petition to revoke his home confinement. He was remanded to custody by Reed pending resolution of new charges.