PARKERSBURG - A Wood County man charged with assault was convicted Wednesday in Wood County Circuit Court.
Toney Tibbs, 41, 3015 Camden Ave., Parkersburg, was convicted on a charge of unlawful assault after a two-day trial. A motion for alternative sentencing was taken under advisement.
A motion was made for a judgment of acquittal. Judge Jeffrey Reed set the filing deadline for the defense on Aug. 16 and the state's response by Sept. 17. Tibbs' sentencing was set for 2:30 p.m. Sept. 27 before Reed. Tibbs is free on bond to await sentencing.
Other cases heard Wednesday:
* Justin Isaiah Lemon, 21, 602 Jameson St., Parkersburg, was sentenced after his April plea of guilty to charges of forgery and uttering. He was sentenced to one to 10 years in prison with credit for one day served for the forgery charge and one to 10 years for uttering with one day served. Judge J.D. Beane set the sentences to run concurrently. A motion for alternative sentencing was denied
* Brian Keith Grabans, 38, 900 Quick St., Parkersburg, was sentenced after his May plea of guilty to a charge of breaking and entering in count five of a January 2010 indictment. His sentencing was set for 9 a.m. Sept. 20 before Judge Robert Waters. A charge of conspiracy to commit breaking and entering against Grabans was dismissed.
* John Eduard Fredeluces, 39, in custody at the North Central Regional Jail, entered a plea agreement with the state to plead guilty to charges of unlawful assault and battery in counts four and six of a May 2010 indictment. His sentencing was set for 3:30 p.m. Sept. 22 before Beane. All other charges were dismissed.
* Shawn Jason Bailey, 32, 31 Helen St., Parkersburg, was granted a continuance of his trial to the September court term and a new trial date was set for Sept. 21, case No. 2, before Waters. He was indicted by the January 2010 grand jury on charges of three counts of first-degree sexual abuse and one count each of sexual abuse by a custodian, burglary and wanton endangerment involving a firearm.
* Henry Sasyn, 45, 1307 Greenmont Hills Drive, Vienna, was granted a continuance of his trial to Aug. 11, case No. 4 before Waters. He was indicted on a charge of malicious assault by a special session of the grand jury on Nov. 3, 2009.