Miller Pike man receives probaton for fourth DUI

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Derrick J. Johnson, 40, of 650 Miller Pike in Lebanon received three years of probation for DUI, his fourth offense (aggravator). He received credit for 116 days served.
Charges of driving on a DUI suspended license third or subsequent offense, careless driving, failure of non-owner to maintain required insurance and first-degree persistent felony offender were dismissed.
Two counts of first-degree persistent felony offender were dismissed.

In other circuit court news:
- Emmitt Lee Cowherd, 47, of 555 Maple Street Apartments No. 44 in Lebanon received three years of probation for first-degree fleeing/evading. He was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine and received credit for 61 days served.
Charges of first-degree possession of a controlled substance second offense, second-degree fleeing/evading, possession of drug paraphernalia, second-degree wanton endangerment, DUI second or subsequent offense, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, resisting arrest, failure to produce insurance card and reckless driving were dismissed.
- Demetrice A. Logan, 41, of 1018 Melavin Circle in Springfield received five years of probation for four counts of flagrant non-support. He was ordered to work faithfully at suitable employment, to support his dependents and to meet other family responsibilities.
- April Kay Allen, 30, of 71 Donansburg in Greensburg was referred to drug court on a charge of possession of a controlled substance (cocaine).

- Anthony Ray Goff, 32, of 3314 E. Elkhorn Road in Campbellsville had charges of first-degree burglary, complicity to first-degree burglary (two counts), second-degree burglary (seven counts), complicity to second-degree burglary (nine counts), theft by unlawful taking (firearm), complicity to theft by unlawful taking (firearm, two counts) and theft by unlawful taking over $300 (11 counts) dismissed.
The case was dismissed on a motion by the Commonwealth’s Attorney due to a plea in a Washington County case. Goff’s restitution will be supervised out of the Washington County case.
Editor’s note: The cases above are from Judge Dan Kelly’s April 14 docket.