MADISON — A Madison man is headed to prison following his sentencing last month.
Joey David Green, 36, was sentenced in Boone County Circuit Court to 10 years in prison for First Degree Robbery and 1 to 10 years for Daytime Burglary.
In July 2011, Deputy M. D. Foster responded to a report of a burglary in the Quinland area of Boone County. Upon arrival, Deputy Foster found that several items had been removed from the home and that the suspect entered through a rear window. A further investigation into the matter led Foster to Green. After questioning, Green led Foster to the stolen items and confessed to the burglary.
In August 2011, Deputy D. J. Cottrell responded to the Quinland area of Boone County for a home invasion. Upon his arrival, Deputy Cottrell spoke with a man who told Cottrell that another man had broken into his residence and began beating him while a second man stood on the porch. The men ultimately stole medication from the home. Later, Deputy Cottrell was able to identify Green as the second man on the porch of the home. Green was later arrested for his role in the robbery.
At sentencing in Circuit Court, Green was ordered to prison for up to 10 years.
IN OTHER COURT NEWS:
• A Lincoln County man pled guilty in Boone County Circuit Court to possessing marijuana with the intent to deliver. Paul Ramsey II, 40, of Alum Creek, admitted that he possessed approximately 250 grams of marijuana outside of Sterno’s Bar in Ashford in September 2010. Following his guilty plea, Ramsey was sentenced to 1 to 5 years in prison. His prison sentence was later suspended and Ramsey was placed on 36 months of probation.
• Clifton Earl Aldridge, 22, of Jeffrey, pled guilty to Delivery of Hydrocodone in Boone County Circuit Court. Aldridge was stopped by Sgt. A. S. Perdue of the Danville State Police in January 2011 along Route 17 in the Jeffrey area. Following the stop, Sgt. Perdue found Aldridge in possession of 96 Hydrocodone pills. Aldridge admitted that he was in the process of selling the hydrocodone. After admitting his guilt in court, Aldridge was placed on 36 months of probation. If he violates, he faces up to 5 years in prison.
• Mark Aaron Vincent, 38, of Lake, pled guilty to Delivery of Opana in Boone County Circuit Court. Vincent was under investigation by the U.S. 119 Drug & Violent Crimes Task Force in 2011 when he sold Opana to a cooperating individual near Dog Fork in Boone County. Following his guilty plea, Vincent was placed on probation for 36 months. He faces 5 years in prison if he violates probation.
• Patrick Shane Bowling, 38, of Madison, was sentenced to prison for violating the terms and conditions of his probation. Bowling appeared in Court last month after the prosecutors sought to revoke his previously ordered probation because he admitted to using “bath salts” in September. Bowling had received probation following his involvement in a methamphetamine lab in 2007. Following his revocation, Bowling was sentenced to prison for 2 to 10 years.