Woman pleads guilty to drug charges


Two more defendants plead guilty and await sentencing

By Angela Shepherd - [email protected]



Sidney Binegar, right, is pictured in Highland County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday with defense attorney Allyce Horne.


A Greenfield woman currently facing felonies in another county pled guilty in Highland County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday to multiple heroin charges, though she will not be sentenced until next month.

Sidney Binegar, 19, pled guilty to one count of fifth-degree felony trafficking in heroin, two counts of fifth-degree felony possession of heroin, and one count of fourth-degree felony trafficking in heroin in the vicinity of a school.

Binegar is scheduled to be sentenced in January following a presentence investigation and a treatment evaluation.

As she has no previous felony convictions, the state in the plea agreement said it would recommend community control.

According to Fayette County records, Bineger is being held at the jail on second-degree felony heroin charges. Court records show she was indicted in September.

In other hearings, Devin Campbell, 22, Greenfield, pled guilty to two counts of trafficking in heroin in the vicinity of a school, both fourth-degree felonies.

The state is recommending community control and treatment in the plea agreement. A presentence investigation and a treatment evaluation were ordered. Campbell is scheduled for sentencing in February.

Kyle Shane Durham, 24, Lynchburg, pled guilty to third-degree felony endangering children.

Durham is scheduled to be sentenced in February following a presentence investigation.

According to the plea agreement, the state and defense will argue sentencing.

Reach Angela Shepherd at 937-393-3456, ext. 1681, or on Twitter @wordyshepherd.

Sidney Binegar, right, is pictured in Highland County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday with defense attorney Allyce Horne.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_binegar.jpgSidney Binegar, right, is pictured in Highland County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday with defense attorney Allyce Horne.
Two more defendants plead guilty and await sentencing

By Angela Shepherd

[email protected]

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