Three sentenced for felonies
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Three guilty pleas and one motion to revoke probation were heard April 5 and 8 in 115th District Court in Gilmer, with Judge Lauren Parish presiding.

Those entering guilty pleas, the charges against them, and their sentences included:

• John E. Bahr. 51, Longview, driving while intoxicated, subsequent offense, repeat offender, a second-degree felony. He received 10 years in prison. Upshur County District Attorney Billy Byrd was prosecutor, and Tim Cone was defense attorney.

• James Eugene Goen, 56, Ore City, burglary of a building, a state jail felony. He received six months in a state jail. Prosecutor was UpshurCounty Assistant District Attorney Natalie Miller, and defense attorney was Matthew Patton.

• Angela Kay Walls, 34, Gilmer, delivery of a controlled substance-Clonazepam, a state jail felony. She received two years in a state jail, probated for five years.

Terms of probation included a $1,500 fine and 400 hours of community service.

Byrd was prosecutor, and Scott Novy was defense attorney.

The motion to revoke probation dealt with a Class B misdemeanor for Criminal Trespass. A 20-year-old Ore City man was sentenced to 75 days in the Upshur County Jail. Ms. Miller prosecuted the case, and John Moore was defense attorney.

(The Mirror does not normally print the names of those charged with misdemeanors, unless there are extenuating circumstances. )
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