The following cases were handled Monday in Wood County Circuit Court:
* For Regina Starr Smith, 31, 1131 Lynn St., Apt. C, Parkersburg, a change of plea hearing has been scheduled for 3 p..m. Dec. 17. Smith had been indicted on four counts of child neglect with risk of injury and operating a clandestine drug lab.
* Kendra Nichole Dennis, 33, 1712 Latrobe St., Parkersburg, entered a guilty plea to a charge of delivery of a controlled substance, sentenced to 1-15 years, from Dec. 19, 2013; pay court costs; and a motion for probation was denied.
PARKERSBURG – Two hearings took place in Wood County Circuit Court Friday.
* Jacqueline Marie White, 26, 4308 18th Ave., Parkersburg, admitted to the allegations in the petition to revoke her home confinement. However, the state withdrew the petition and Judge Robert Waters returned her to home confinement. She was placed on home confinement after her guilty plea to forgery, conspiracy to commit fraudulent use of an access device and fraudulent use of an access device. She was sentenced to one to 10 years for forgery, one to five years for the conspiracy charge and five years for the fraudulent use charge. Waters ruled she was to serve 60 days in jail and then placed on home confinement.
* Thomas D. Deegan, 38, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, was denied a motion by Judge Jeffrey Reed to reinstate his bond. He posted a $10,000 bond after he was indicted on charges of manufacture of a controlled substance and conspiracy to commit manufacture of a controlled substance by the May 2011 grand jury. He was set for trial in February 2012 and did not appear. He has been in custody since Aug. 8 and is set for trial in January.
PARKERSBURG – Two sentencings took place in Wood County Circuit Court Friday.
* Brian Eugene McMurray, 23, 3509 Camden Ave., Parkersburg, was sentenced on a worthless check charge after he successfully completed the drug court program. Judge Robert Waters sentenced him to one to 10 years with credit for 522 days served suspended for two years probation.
* Brian Scot Hornbeck, 22, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, was sentenced by Judge J.D. Beane after he pleaded guilty to a bill of information charging him with grand larceny and destruction of property. Beane sentenced him to one to 10 years for grand larceny and one to 10 years for destruction of property to be served concurrently.