Philip Charles McAnulty, Jr., 24, of Laurel Hill Avenue, Berkeley Springs, was sentenced to six months in jail and ordered to pay $336 fine & court costs for driving while his license was suspended, 3rd offense.
A 33-year-old Great Cacapon woman pled to making a fraudulent insurance claim and was placed on probation by Circuit Judge David Sanders on Thursday, February 22. Though a Morgan County case, the proceeding was held in Berkeley County where Judge Sanders was presiding.
Devon N. Savasten of Gokey Lane, Great Cacapon, pled to a felony fraud scheme of claiming her 2000 Nissan was stolen last February. Judge Sanders placed Savasten on two years probation. If Savasten is successful on probation, the charge will be reduced on her record to a misdemeanor offense.
Most of the 28 people indicted by the Morgan County Grand Jury on January 2 have now been arraigned before Circuit Judge Gina Groh. At their arraignments, they entered pleas and had trial dates and bond amounts set.
A Berkeley Springs man was sentenced on February 5 to six months in the Eastern Regional Jail after pleading to DUI charges that arose from an incident last year.
Steven Flanary was sentenced by Circuit Judge Gina Groh to six months in jail for a second offense of driving under the influence of alcoholic beverages as well as six months for driving while his license was revoked for DUI.