Lebanon man pleads guilty to wanton endangerment

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Maple Street woman gets diversion for drug trafficking

Jackie Dakota Moore, 21, 1364 St. Matthews Cemetery Road in Lebanon pled guilty to two counts of first-degree wanton endangerment. His sentencing has been scheduled for Sept. 6.
He was ordered to have no contact with the victim, to use no alcohol and to report twice a week for random drug testing.
Moore’s charges were amended from his original indictment. He was originally indicted for first-degree rape and first-degree sex abuse.

In other court news:
- Lois A. Duncan, 66, of 69 Maple Street in Lebanon received three years of pretrial diversion on two counts of second-degree trafficking in a controlled substance first offense. She was ordered to pay $880 restitution to the Lebanon Police Department and $150 court costs.
- Julie E. Langford, 34, 615 Mays Chapel Road in Lebanon had her probation revoked on charges of fraudulent use of a credit card and second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument (two counts). She was ordered to serve the remainder of her original five-year sentence.
Her probation was revoked for continued drug and alcohol use, failure to report and failure to complete treatment.
- Thomas David Jacobs, 40, of 150 Lebanon Hill in Springfield received three years of probation for three counts of second-degree criminal possession of a forged instrument. He was ordered to serve 30 days in jail, but received credit for time already served.
He was ordered to pay $175 court costs and restitution to be determined.
A charge of second-degree persistent felony offender was dismissed.

- A charge of theft by deception over $500 and under $10,000 was dismissed against James William Hodges, 49, of 1180 Old Nazareth Road in Bardstown. The charge was dismissed because the restitution was paid in full.
- A charge of theft by failure to make required disposition of property $10,000 or more was dismissed against Robin L. Cox, 40, of 110 Jonathon Drive in Campbellsville because the warrant was not served.
Editor’s note: The items above are from Circuit Judge Allen Bertram and Circuit Judge Dan Kelly’s July 12 dockets.