Last defendant sentenced in Lantana Lane drug raid

PARKERSBURG – After her co-defendants pleaded guilty, the fourth person arrested in a drug raid on Lantana Lane made her plea in Wood County Circuit Court Thursday.

Crystal Ann Campbell, 33, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, agreed to plead guilty to a bill of information charging her with possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine. She waived a presentencing investigation and the court moved to sentencing. Judge Robert Waters sentenced her to six months in the regional jail with credit for six months served and was released.

Charges of operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory and conspiracy to operate or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory were dismissed.

In December David Kenneth Riel, 43, was sentenced to one to five years in prison after his guilty plea to conspiracy to operate or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory.

On Wednesday John Alan Estep, 28, and Amber Brooke Husk, 29, were sentenced. Estep pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to operate or attempting to operate a clandestine drug laboratory and was sentenced to one to five years in prison with credit for 223 days served. Husk’s charge and sentence were the same as Campbell’s. She pleaded guilty to a bill of information charging her with possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine, and was sentenced to six months in the regional jail with credit for six months served and was released.

In other hearings:

* Christopher Lee Lutz, 30, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, was sentenced after he withdrew from the West Central Drug Court. Judge Jeffrey Reed imposed the original sentence of one to 10 years with credit for 416 days served for grand larceny as charged by the January 2012 grand jury. He pleaded guilty to the charge on July 17, 2012.

* Mark Aaron McIntyre, 32, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, pleaded guilty to a bill of information charging him with receiving stolen property. He waived a presentencing investigation and he was sentenced by Reed to one year in the regional jail with credit for 232 days served.

* Louis Delford Haddad, 53, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, was sentenced after his home confinement was revoked. He was sentenced to one to three years in prison with credit for 399 days served on home confinement and 49 days for confinement to jail. He was placed on home confinement Dec. 3, 2012 after he pleaded guilty to a charge of third-offense DUI as charged by the September 2011 grand jury. He admitted to the violation in the petition to revoke his home confinement on Feb. 10, 2014.