Three Individuals Plead Guilty in Separate Court Cases in McCracken County

Three defendants entered guilty pleas Monday in their individual McCracken County cases. The circuit court clerk said James Bowen of Tennessee pleaded guilty to obstructing a highway, menacing, disorderly conduct, fleeing or evading police, wanton endangerment of a police officer, third-degree assault of an officer, and resisting arrest. His sentencing is set for September 30.  He was arrested March 11 after deputies found him walking his dog in the middle of Kentucky Dam Road. He was reportedly jumping in front of vehicles as they passed, and threatened deputies with a large tent spike when they approached him. Racheal Land pleaded guilty to three counts each of attempted tampering with evidence, theft by deception, and receiving stolen property valued under $10,000. She also pleaded guilty to two counts of possession of meth and drug paraphernalia, along with speeding and resisting arrest. These charges stem from at least two incidents in February and June of 2020. She was involved in the theft of cell phones from stores and was arrested after a traffic stop when drugs were found. Land’s sentencing is scheduled for November 3. Decole Ingram pleaded guilty to trafficking in marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia related to his arrest on March 9. Deputies investigating drug activity on South Gum Springs Road found Ingram, drugs, money and a two-year-old child at the home. His sentencing will be on November 3.

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