Area man sentenced for threats
ELKINS – A Mabie man, who pleaded guilty to one count of threats of terroristic acts in February, was one of five individuals sentenced in Randolph County Circuit Court.
Cody Trevor Harris, 28, of Mabie was sentenced to one to three years in a state penitentiary Friday after pleading guilty to the terroristic threats charge.
Harris told Randolph County Circuit Court Judge Jaymie Godwin Wilfong Friday the situation involved a police officer was telling him about the time he would face in prison for unrelated charges and he “got angry.”
Senior Trooper C.S. Johnston, the officer present at the time, wrote in the criminal complaint that Harris told him, “If I get out, I’ll just shoot at police, and I know y’all are just doing your job, but I know you all wear vests so I’ll shoot at your heads and if you have to shoot back, that’s fine too.”
“I’m sorry for what I said,” Harris told Wilfong Friday. “I never meant to do it.”
Harris’ attorney, James Hawkins, said the issue was one of “words not actions” and that Harris responded inappropriately but had no intention to act.
Also in Randolph County Circuit Court Friday:
Bryan Broseker, 43, was sentenced to one to five years in a state penitentiary. That sentence was suspended in favor of five years probation. Broseker pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance by an inmate, a felony, on Feb. 3.
Matthew Ray, 24, was sentenced to one to 10 years in a state penitentiary for pleading guilty to one count of breaking and entering, a felony, on Feb. 3. That sentence was suspended in favor of five years supervised probation.
Robert Friel, 24, of Huttonsville, was sentenced to 90 days in jail and is required to register as a sex offender for life. Friel pleaded guilty to third degree sexual abuse, a misdemeanor, on Feb. 3.
Dennis Henthorne, 52, of Mill Creek, was sentenced to one to three years in a state penitentiary after pleading guilty to third offense DUI, a felony, on Feb. 3.
Douglas Kniceley. 32, of Jane Lew, was sentenced to one year in jail, which was suspended in favor of two years supervised probation for pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy, a misdemeanor, on Feb. 3.
Davis Allan Arbogast, 34, of Valley Bend, pleaded no contest to one count of petit larceny, a misdemeanor. He could be facing up to one year in jail. His sentencing is set for July 17.
Gregg Scott Haymond, 40, of Rock Cave, pleaded guilty to one count of failure to register as a sex offender, a felony. His sentencing is set for June 16.
James E. Hoskinson, 48, of Dailey, pleaded guilty to third offense DUI, a felony, and is facing one to three years in a state penitentiary. His sentencing is set for June 16.
The trial of Larry Neil Carver, 41, and Tina Marie Carver, 38, was rescheduled for Sept. 10-12, with jury selection rescheduled for Sept. 2.
The Carvers are both facing one felony count of child abuse resulting in serious bodily injury. According to court documents, officials received a 911 call March 14, 2012 about “a child choking on a teaspoon of pepper.”
Parker moved to dismiss one count of petit larceny, a misdemeanor, for Jonathan Streets, 18, of Elkins. Parker said the state is focusing on a related felony case involving Streets.
Streets is facing charges for two separate incidents. The first was an alleged burglary that involved a report from a woman on Jan. 11 who told police a male, later identified as Streets, had been inside her Baron Avenue residence without permission, according to the criminal complaint. The woman reported the two allegedly had a verbal exchange on her front porch and, after Streets left on a bicycle, she went back inside and discovered that approximately $40 was missing from her house, the complaint states.
In the second incident, which resulted in a robbery charge, Streets allegedly harassed a woman while she was driving in the Glenmore area.
The trial of Daniel Clifford Moore, 26, of Elkins, was rescheduled for Aug. 14 with jury selection rescheduled for Aug. 13.
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