A Henry man facing drug charges stemming from a February car crash was among those who entered guilty pleas during Wednesday’s appearance day in Henry County Circuit Court.

Donnie Hutcherson, 34, 245 Railroad Ave. in Henry pleaded guilty to possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver, DUI, and leaving the scene of an accident.

The charges stem from an incident in February where he crashed his car into a house and telephone pole on Curtis St. in Paris.

Hutcherson tried to drive away from the scene even though what appeared to be smoke was coming from his damaged vehicle, according to a police report at the time of the crash.

Police searched Hutcherson’s car and found a baggie of cocaine inside.

Hutcherson pleaded guilty to the drug charge and was sentenced to serve 10 years in the Department of Correction. He was fined $2,000.

Hutcherson additionally pleaded guilty to DUI. He was sentenced to serve 11 months and 29 days in the Henry County jail and was fined $350 on that charge.

The sentences will be served concurrently and split with one year in continuous confinement and the balance in the community corrections program.

The charge of leaving the scene of an accident was dismissed.

Other defendants pleading guilty to drug charges against them — listed with age, last known address, charges and sentences — include:

• Nicholas Patrick Blaylock, 37, 5461 E. Antioch Road, Springville — possession of methamphetamine with the intent to deliver.

Blaylock was sentenced to serve 10 years in the DOC and was fined $2,000. His sentence will be served split with one year in continuous confinement and the balance on supervised probation.

He was given credit for 145 days he has already served in jail.

• Kevin Andre Jackson, 39, 828 Lois St., Paris — selling meth and possession of meth with the intent to deliver.

Jackson pleaded guilty to the possession charge. He was sentenced to serve eight years in the DOC and was fined $2,000. He was given jail credit for 279 days. The selling charge was dismissed.

• Christopher Alan Warren, 50, Gibson — possession of meth with the intent to deliver.  

Warren was sentenced to serve eight years in the DOC and was fined $2,000.

His sentence will be served split with one year in the DOC and the remainder on supervised probation.

After serving 180 days in jail, Warren will be allowed to attend an inpatient drug and alcohol program.

• Dawson Matthew Charles, 20, 6040 Shady Grove Road, Puryear — possession of meth with the intent to deliver.

Charles was sentenced to serve eight years in the DOC and was fined $2,000. His sentence will be served split with one year in continuous confinement and the balance on supervised probation.

He will be given jail credit if he successfully completes a term in a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center the last six months of his confinement. He has 141 days of jail credit.

• Emily Broomfleet, 38, 506 Brown Road, Paris — sale of a Schedule II drug.

Broomfleet was sentenced to serve eight years in the DOC and was fined $2,000.

Broomfleet’s sentence will be served split with one year in continuous confinement and the balance in state probation.

She will be allowed to attend an inpatient drug and alcohol program after 90 days of confinement.

• Tommie Orlando Blackman, 44, 3710 Hwy. 77, Lot 3, east of Paris — possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver.

Blackman was sentenced to serve eight years in the DOC and was fined $2,000.

The sentence will be served split with one year in continuous confinement and the balance in state probation. He was given credit for 110 days he has served in jail.

• Pamela Youngblood, 57, 140 Jack Younger Lane, Paris — sale of a Schedule II drug.

Youngblood was sentenced to serve five years in the DOC and was fined $2,000.

His sentence will be served split with 180 days in continuous confinement and the balance on supervised probation. He was given credit for 62 days he has already served in jail.

• Shane Youngblood, 40, 140 Jack Younger Lane, Paris — sale of a Schedule II drug.

Youngblood was sentenced to serve four years in the DOC and was fined $2,000.

His sentence will be served split with 180 days in continuous confinement and the balance on supervised probation.

• Nazih Nored, 41, 620 Cooper St., Paris — introduction of drugs into a penal institution where prisoners are quartered.

Nored was sentenced to serve three years in the DOC. His sentence will be served split with 120 days in continuous confinement and the balance on supervised probation.

• Reginald Donnail Wiseman, 47, 701 Depot St., Paris — selling meth.

Wiseman was sentenced to serve three years in the DOC and was fined $2,000.

His sentence will be served split with 270 days in continuous confinement and the balance on supervised probation. Wiseman was given credit for 146 days he has already served in jail.

• James Lee Dumas Jr., 29, 706 Caledonia St., Paris — possession of a controlled substance with the intent to deliver.

Dumas was sentenced to one year in the DOC and was fined $2,000. His sentence will be served in its entirety in the community corrections program.

• Joshua Hunt, 35, 5655 Rabbit Creek Road, Buchanan — speeding, two counts of DUI and violation of the open container law.

Hunt pleaded guilty to one charge of DUI and was sentenced to serve 11 months and 29 days in the county jail. He was fined $600.

Hunt will serve 25 days in continuous confinement and an additional 20 days in a counseling program. The remainder of the sentence will be served on probation.

Hunt’s driving privileges will be revoked for two years.

The other charges against Hunt were dismissed.

• Jamie Lynn LeBlanc, 41, 130 Cole Fairway, Paris — two counts of DUI, violation of the registration law and failure to report a change of address.

LeBlanc pleaded guilty to a change of DUI and was sentenced to serve 11 months and 29 days in the county jail. She was additionally fined $350. The remainder of the charges against LeBlanc were dismissed.

• Nascene Maria Rusher, 45, 440 Gum Springs Road, Paris — DUI and violation of the implied consent law.

Rusher was sentenced to serve 11 months and 29 days in the county jail on the DUI charge.

Her sentence will be served split with 48 hours in continuous confinement and the balance on supervised probation. She will lose her driving privileges for one year.

Rusher was given credit for one day she has served in jail. The implied consent violation was dismissed.  

• Dewana Jean Moore, 41, 1017 Depot St., Paris — Moore had charges listed on three different indictments.

On the first indictment, she was charged with selling a controlled substance. Moore pleaded guilty to an amended charge of simple possession and was given a sentence of 11 months and 29 days in the county jail. She was fined $750.

On the second indictment, Moore was charged with selling a controlled substance. Moore also pleaded guilty to an amended charge of simple possession and was given a sentence of 11 months and 29 days in the county jail. She was fined an additional $750.

A third indictment charged Moore with the facilitation to commit a felony, selling a controlled substance. This charge was dismissed. Moore’s sentences will be served consecutively.

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