Lefevers sentenced to 7 years in drug case
by Anthony Cloud Staff Writer
Jonathan Lee Lefevers received his final sentencing in Bell Circuit Court on Friday.
Judge Robert V. Costanzo sentenced Lefevers to seven years and six months in the penitentiary.
Lefevers, 33, of Arjay, received five years for first-degree trafficking a controlled substance, but the sentence was enhanced due to a persistent felony offender charge.
Also sentenced on Friday was Tammy Saylor, 39, of Coldiron. She was sentenced to five years in the penitentiary for theft by unlawful taking. If the sentence is probated, she will be placed on five years supervised probation.
Saylor was also ordered to stay away from Belks during her probation period.
Three others were scheduled to receive final sentencing, but failed to show for court.
Patrick Sullivan, 36, of Harrogate, was set to be sentenced for a second-degree robbery charge.
According to attorney Linda West, Sullivan didn’t show because he was arrested in Tennessee.
Lonnie Dewayne Merida and Steven L. Merida were also due in court but failed to appear.
Reach Anthony Cloud at 606-248-1010, ext. 208, firstname.lastname@example.org
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