Wood County Circuit Court
PARKERSBURG — Wood County Circuit Court heard the following cases on May 16:
In Judge J.D. Beane’s Court:
* Paul Bibby II, 53, 1618 Beaver St., Apartment 3, Parkersburg, did not appear for sentencing on failure to register and a capias was issued.
* Gregory Stanley, 36, in custody, pleaded guilty to an information charge of delivery of a controlled substance, heroin, and will be sentenced upon completion of drug treatment.
* Randall Shepard, 54, in custody, pleaded guilty to an information charge of soliciting to a minor via computer and he will be sentenced on July 19 at 1 p.m. Shepard had been using the app Grindr to communicate with whom he believed to be a young high school boy, who was actually an undercover police officer, to persuade the boy to engage in sexual activities with him, officials said.
* Roy Tranter, 42, in custody, pleaded not guilty to driving while revoked for DUI, a third offense, and his trial is set for June 11.
In Judge Jason Wharton’s Court:
* Robert Lemon, 45, 1743 Seventh St., Parkersburg, was found guilty of failure to register, counts one, two and three. For each count two and three, he was sentenced to one to five years at the West Virginia Department of Corrections to run concurrently, and for count one he was sentenced to four years at the West Virginia Department of Corrections to run consecutively to counts two and three.
* Carl Naylor, 26, pleaded guilty to fleeing from an officer with reckless indifference and driving while impaired. His sentencing will be set after completion of drug treatment.
* Lisa Duley, 47, 1002 23rd St., Apartment 14, Vienna, was found guilty of fraudulent use of an access device and was sentenced to three years of probation with 120 days to be spent at the regional jail; at least 10 of the days will be on weekends or days off work.