Corey Reid, was convicted on April 27, 2017 for possession with intent to distribute cocaine and marijuana, driving on a revoked license, resisting arrest, and possession of a firearm while in possession of a controlled substance.
Defense Attorney Teresa Bliss told the court that the defendant had been incarcerated for 11 months and had been very cooperative and was previously gainfully employed and that she believed his eyes had been opened with the 11 month incarceration. She also reported the defendant had been accepted for the C-CAP program. Commonwealths Attorney Spencer Morgan told the court that he believed this defendant would take the C-CAP program seriously and benefit from it.
Judge Lewis then told the defendant that he had turned 26 years old since he had been incarcerated and had clearly made some mistakes. Lewis then sentenced the defendant to 3 years for possession of a firearm suspending it all but 2 months, to 90 days for driving on a revoked license suspending it all but 30 days, to 90 days for resisting arrest suspending it all but 30 days, to 3 years suspending it all but one year for the marijuana charge, and for the cocaine charge to 7 years suspending all of that time, giving the defendant one year and 4 months of incarceration with credit for time served. Lewis told the defendant that his probation or time suspended was all on condition of completing the 200 hour program C-CAP. The defendant was remanded to the custody Sheriff to begin his sentence.