By Debra Minor Wilson
Times West Virginian
Two Marion County men were among 18 individuals who had supervised released revoked for violating terms and conditions imposed by the United States District Court.
Frank Jackson, 50, of Fairmont, was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment for the unlawful use and possession of cocaine on three separate occasions.
He was originally sentenced in 2009 to 51 months imprisonment and three years of supervised release for the distribution of cocaine base. That release was revoked in 2012 after he tested positive for the use of cocaine and was sentenced to 6 months imprisonment and 30 months of supervised release.
Timothy Paul Roach, 46, of Rivesville, was sentenced to 30 days imprisonment for testing positive for the use of marijuana and a charge of disorderly conduct by the Fairmont Police Department.
He was originally sentenced on June 28, 2005, to 51 months imprisonment and 3 years of supervised release for being a convicted felon in possession of a firearm.
Charles Willis, 37, of Clarksburg, was sentenced to 14 months imprisonment for use and possession of drugs, traveling outside the district without permission of his probation officer and fleeing the scene of an accident.
He was originally sentenced on May 5, 2008, to 51 months imprisonment and three years of supervised release for distribution of cocaine hydrochloride. On Feb. 22, 2012, his supervised release was revoked and he was sentenced to 10 months imprisonment and 26 months of supervised release.