Wood County Circuit Court

PARKERSBURG — Wood County Circuit Court heard the following cases Aug. 27-29:

In Judge Robert Waters’ Court:

* Melissa Shroyer, 31, in custody, pleaded guilty to fraudulent use of an access device, count one of the information, and a second offense shoplifting, counts 2 and 3 of the information. She will be sentenced Oct. 29 at 1:15 p.m.

* Lacy Cain, 24, 82115 Quincy St., Parkersburg, pleaded guilty to a charge of conspiracy to commit delivery of a controlled substance and will be sentenced Oct. 31at 9 a.m.

* Joseph Joy, 32, 615 Lulu St., was not present for his change of plea hearing. A capias was issued and his bond has been revoked. Joy has been indicted on four counts of delivery of a controlled substance heroin and fentanyl and two counts of conspiracy to deliver a controlled substance.

* Kendall Rae, 32, 613 14th Ave., received two years probation for the charges of breaking and entering and fraudulent use of an access device after successful completion of drug court.

* Robert McCoy, 44, in custody, waived extradition to Clermont County, Ohio, for failure to appear on charges of possession of heroin.

* David Carpenter, 25, in custody, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering and his sentencing has been set for Oct. 30 at 1 p.m.

* Ryan Ewing, 30, in custody, was found guilty on a plea for breaking and entering and was sentenced to one to 10 years at the West Virginia Department of Corrections to be served concurrently to another charge that he is now serving.

In Judge Jason Wharton’s Court:

* Chad Albright, 35, in custody, was found guilty on a plea of burglary, count 1, and will be sentenced following completion of drug court.

* Joel Echard, 21, 1330 St. Marys Ave., Parkersburg, was found guilty on a plea of fleeing from officers in a vehicle with reckless indifference; he was sentenced to five years probation.

* Kevin Hess, 32, in custody, was found guilty on a plea of breaking and entering; he was sentenced to one to 10 years at the West Virginia Department of Corrections with credit for 209 days.

* Kenneth Moore, 41, in custody, was found guilty on a plea for breaking and entering; he was sentenced to one to 10 years at the West Virginia Department of Corrections.