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Public record for 5/14/14 edition

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Editor’s Note: This information is taken from open court records and is a matter of public record. The listings are complete. The newspaper, as a matter of fairness, will not honor requests to omit any listing.  
For information on this column or questions, call 236-5178, ext. 213.

Land Transfers

These land transfers were recorded Jan. 8-27 in the office of Carolyn H. Honeycutt, clerk of the Carroll County Circuit Court, Hillsville:
Bobby Olen Crotts and Martha Elm Crotts to Donald C. Ayers. 1.250 acres in the Fancy Gap District. Gift.
Zeth Stockner to Edgar H. Dehart Sr. and Carolyn D. Dehart. .32 acre in the Sulphur Springs District. $87,500.
The National Bank of Blacksburg to Jurgen Epple. 30.21 acres in the Pipers Gap District. $145,200.
Justin D. Hill and other to Danielle A. Smith, trustee of the Danielle A. Smith Revocable Trust. 35.99 acres in the Pipers Gap District. $114,000.
Andrew H. Symmes Jr. and Jeanne W. Symmes to Andrew H. Symmes Jr. and Jeanne W. Symmes. Eight acres in the Pine Creek District. Gift.
Raymond T. Mabe and Wanda F. Mabe to Daryl Taylor Mabe. .7618 acre in the Fancy Gap District. Gift.
Walter P. Stull and Sandra J. Roberts to George E. Neece. 1.437 acres in the Laurel Fork District. $130,000.
DJR Holdings LLC to Joanne Robrahn. A lot in the Fancy Gap District. $2,660.42.
Mary Katherine Burnett Quesenberry to Dianna Burnett Phillips. 7.55 acres in the Pine Creek District. Gift.
Dennis Allen Akers and Kathy Akers to Doris Burnette and Loretta Burnette. Two acres in the Sulphur Springs District. $16,500.
James Cecil Branscome and Sandra Branscome to Gary H. Stone. Two tracts in the Laurel Fork District. $210,000.
Mary R. Martin to Stephen Craig Ferqueron and Jerome Ferqueron. .3458 acre in the Pine Creek District. $35,000.
Samuel Joseph Dickson and Misty Dawn Dickson to Donny C. Martin and Caryn A. Martin. 2.083 acres in the Pipers Gap District. $151,740.86.
Eddie H. Hill and others to David T. Boatman. .7055 acre in the Sulphur Springs District. $6,000.
Hestel D. Simpkins to Gloria Jean Simpkins. Two tracts in the Pine Creek District. $40,000.
The Secretary of Housing and Urban Development of Washington, D.C., to AU Properties LLC. One acre in the Pipers Gap District. $38,068.
Louise W. Bowman to James R. Light and Sandra T. Light. 16.13 acres in the Laurel Fork District. $48,390.
Habitat for Humanity Virginia Inc., to A. Jerome Ferqueron and Stephen C. Ferqueron. 1.26 acres in the Pine Creek District. $34,000.
Edward Todd Spencer to David R. Rainer and Mary S. Rainer. 7.604 acres in the Laurel Fork District. $44,000.
Gerald L. Stace and Patricia A. Stace to McNarry Acres Inc. Two tracts in the Laurel Fork District. $209,000.
Jeffrey W. Carroll and Joanna P. Carroll to J. Dennis Choate and Margaret L. Choate. A lot in the Fancy Gap District. $3,800.
Sharon L. Moher to Catherine H. Payne. Three tracts in Carroll County. $12,900.
Carl R. Chapman to Beverly Ann Hall. 1.01 acres in the Sulphur Springs District. $38,600.
Edward Todd Spencer and others to David R. Rainer and Mary S. Rainer. 34.398 acres in the Laurel Fork District. $149,000.
William Rice and Melba Marie Rice to Randal D. Eanes and Shelia P. Eanes. A lot in the Laurel Fork District. $72,500.
James Otis Null Jr. to Richard A. Bellis and Carol C. Bellis. 2.499 acres in the Pipers Gap District. $130,000.
Linda W. Martin to Rebecca A. Sutphin and Kathy M. Simpson. One acre in the Pine Creek District. Gift.
Robert Lagrow and Anne Lagrow to Edward G. Barker and Phyllis F. Barker. Two lots in the City of Galax. $90,000.
James E. Kilbourne Jr. and Betty P. Kilbourne to Harold N. Bledsoe and Brenda Bledsoe. .744 acre in the Laurel Fork District. $108,000.
Robert Ben Martin and Benjamin Curtis Martin to Otis Beasley Jr. and Brenda Holt Beasley. A lot in the Pipers Gap District. $28,500.
Walter W. Evans and Rilda J. Evans to Willis Jeffery Evans. Two tracts in the Pipers Gap District. Gift.
Randy A. Watson and Linda B. Watson to James Walter Dolinger. 3.741 acres in the Sulphur Springs District. $55,000.
MG Olde Mill Condominium LLC to Richard L. Taylor. A tract in the Laurel Fork District. $220,423.
Ruth Ann Amburn Newman and Roger L. Amburn to Ronald L. Newman and Douglas W. Newman and others. 37.18 acres in the Pipers Gap District. Gift.
Ruth Ann Newman to Ronald L. Newman and Douglas W. Newman. Three parcels in the Pipers Gap District. Gift.
Harriet Bolen and Joseph N. Bolen Jr. to Goad Lumber Co., Inc. 38.954 acres in the Pipers Gap District. $95,000.
James R. Martin and Ann H. Roberts to James R. Martin. .27 acre in the Pipers Gap District. Gift.
William G. Haines II and Brenda Lee Haines to Dale L. Waller. Two tracts in the Pine Creek District. $149,900.
Harvey Flanagan and Martha B. Flanagan to Justin Jones and Tracy Jones. Two tracts in the Sulphur Springs District. $12,500.
Roger D. Bond and Carol S. Bond to Justin Jones and Tracy Jones. Three tracts in the Sulphur Springs District. $12,500.
Kenneth B. Wilson Sr. to Glenn E. Jackson and Avenelle M. Jackson. A lot in the Laurel Fork District. $3,000.

Land Transfers

These sentences were recorded in November of 2013 in the office of Susan M. Herrington, clerk of the Grayson County Circuit Court, Independence:
Jennie Woodel Parks, guilty of abuse or neglect of incapacitated adult; sentenced to one year in jail, suspended; be on good behavior one year; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for one year; pay $100 costs; given credit for time served.
Crystal Gail Blevins, guilty of possession of schedule II – meth and possession of firearm while possessing schedule II – meth; sentenced to six years in jail, suspended; be on good behavior six years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for two years; pay $2,885 costs; operator’s license suspended six months; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in investigation; forfeiture of firearm; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Todd Alexander Melesco, guilty of money laundering and PWID marijuana of more than .5 ounce and less than 5 pounds; sentenced to five years in jail, suspended; be on good behavior two years; submit to substance abuse screening; supervised probation for two years; pay $815 costs; operator’s license suspended six months; submit DNA sample; destruction of contraband held in investigation; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Stuart James Bagwell, guilty of money laundering and grand larceny; sentenced to 14 years and 3 days in jail and a fine of $5,000; 14 years and $5,000 fine are suspended; be on good behavior 14 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for five years; pay $815 costs; pay restitution; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.
Michael Daniel Rainey, guilty of grand larceny and attempting to sell stolen property; sentenced to 8 years in jail, 7 years and 320 days suspended; be on good behavior 8 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for 2 years; pay $1,949.75 costs; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing a firearm; given credit for time served.

Circuit Court

These sentences were recorded in January in the office of Susan M. Herrington, clerk of the Grayson County Circuit Court, Independence. Sentences may be appealed:
Joseph William Shaffer, guilty of grand larceny and entering to interfere with owner’s rights; sentenced to 10 years and 12 months in jail, 10 years and 9 months suspended; be on good behavior 10 years; submit to substance abuse screening; waive Fourth Amendment right; supervised probation for three years; pay $1,797 costs; pay restitution; submit DNA sample; prohibited from possessing firearms; given credit for time served.