Wood County Circuit Court

PARKERSBURG — Wood County Circuit Court heard the following cases July 2 and 3:

July 2 in Judge J.D. Beane’s Court:

* Herbert Myles, 29, of 3771 Ashton Road, Columbus, was arraigned on charges of two counts each of delivery of a controlled substance and possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver. He pleaded not guilty and trial will begin on Sept. 4.

* Joshua Thorn, 31, in custody, was found guilty per plea to count one, fleeing from an officer in a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, and count five, grand larceny. He was sentenced to three to 10 years at the West Virginia Department of Corrections with credit for 161 days for count one and one to 10 years at the West Virginia Department of Corrections for count five, to run consecutively.

July 2 in Judge Robert Waters’s Court:

* Racheal Burner, 42, in custody, waived extradition back to Medina County, Ohio, on a charge of failure to appear for arraignment.

* Jamie Barton, 42, in custody, waived extradition back to Washington County for failure to appear.

* Shannon Ewing, 31, in custody, waived extradition back to Washington County on charges of aggravated drug possession and aggravated drug trafficking.

* Savannah Henry, 25, in custody, waived extradition back to Washington County on a charge of probation violation.

* Zohn Kelly, 28, in custody, waived extradition back to Washington County on failure to appear.

July 2 in Judge Jason Wharton’s Court:

* Paul Larson, 56, in custody, pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver, heroin, count one, and sentencing is set for Aug. 19 at 9:30 a.m.

July 3 in Wharton’s Court:

* Paul Boling, 42, 1724 St. Marys Ave., Parkersburg, was found guilty per plea to grand larceny, count one, and was sentenced to three years of probation with 120 days at the North Central Regional Jail at discretion of probation officer.

* Brandon Stover, 35, in custody, was found guilty per plea to fleeing from an officer in a vehicle with reckless indifference and was committed to the West Virginia Department of Corrections for one to five years with credit for 281 days.