A Baxter man was sentenced to 13 years in prison Thursday in Harlan Circuit Court.
David Simpson, 25, stood in front of Judge Robert McGinnis to be sentenced on charges of second-degree assault, second-degree robbery, first-degree persistent felony offender and first-degree wanton endangerment.
Simpson was sentenced to a total of 13 years in prison, receiving seven years on the second-degree assault charge, seven years on the charge of second-degree robbery. Both counts were ordered to run concurrently and enhanced to 10 years in prison.
In addition to the 10 years, Simpson was additionally sentenced to three years in prison on the first-degree wanton endangerment charge. The three years was ordered to run consecutively with the 10-year sentence for a total of 13 years in prison.
In other court action:
■ Clark Cusick, 41, of Baxter, was sentenced to five years for first-degree trafficking a controlled substance. The sentence was probated for a period of five years with the first year being supervised;
■ Joseph Davidson, 26, of Cumberland, was sentenced to one year in prison on charged of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument and theft by deception under $500;
■ Chris Gross, 33, of Wallins, was sentenced to five years probation, unsupervised, for two counts of trafficking a controlled substance;
■ Larissa Jones, 25, of Dayhoit, was granted three years probation, first year supervised, on three counts of second-degree trafficking a controlled substance and one count of first-degree promoting contraband;
■ Tommy Ingersol, 46, of Baxter, was sentenced on charges of fourth-offense operating a motor vehicle under the influence, operating a motor vehicle on a suspended or revoked license to a total of one year in prison. Ingersol was ordered to serve 120 days with the remainder being probated. Ingersol’s license was revoked for 60 days and he must pay a fine of $1,000, a service fee of $200;
■ Charles Freddie Napier, 23, of Smith, was sentenced on two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment and one count of intimidating a participant in the legal process to a total of eight years in prison. Napier was granted supervised probation for a period of five years.
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