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WSAZ -- A Wayne County woman involved early this year in a home invasion and high-speed chase with police was sentenced Tuesday morning. Emily Adkins, 32 of East Lynn, was sentenced to five to 18 years in prison after pleading guilty to second-degree robbery. That's when Chapman started firing shots at troopers. Although Adkins says she has changed and her attorney said her main flaw was poor judgment in men, Judge Paul Farrell says this was too serious of a crime. Adkins had already been sentenced to one to 10 years for after pleading guilty to entering without breaking in the same case.
Tuesday's sentence will run concurrent with what she is already serving. WSAZ -- A woman involved in several robberies in Cabell County accepted a plea deal Friday morning, pleading guilty to one count of second-degree robbery. You might remember Adkins was also involved a home invasion and a police chase in March The chase ended in Lesage, that's when investigators say Chapman started firing shots.
Adkins and Becket were caught close by.
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Adkins told Judge Paul Ferrell that although she didn't have a weapon she made others believe she did. And did you personally threaten somebody? Umm, yes. And did you know hat was a crime? Yes," said Adkins. WSAZ -- The sentence has been handed down to the third and final suspect in connection to a home invasion that led to a chase through Mason and Cabell counties. In connection with that case, Emily Adkins pleaded guilty to entering without breaking and has been sentenced to years in prison. Chad Beckett pleaded guilty to burglary and was sentenced to years in prison. Frankie Chapman, II pleaded guilty to two counts of burglary and just last week, was sentenced to years.
Following the home invasion, troopers caught up with the group on Route 2. Beckett, who was driving, took off, leading them on chase.
The group was eventually stopped in Lesage, and that's when investigators say Chapman started firing shots. Chapman is accused of stealing another vehicle, and was caught in Guyandotte.
In Cabell County, Beckett pleaded guilty to attempting to commit a felony, burglary, escaping and fleeing. He was sentenced to 13 years for those charges. His sentences in Cabell and Mason will be served consecutively. Adkins was recently re-indicted in the case.
She is charged with three counts of wanton endangerment and attempted first degree murder, two counts of second degree robbery, first degree robbery, fleeing in a vehicle with reckless indifference and obstruction.
Adkins was also wanted for a of robberies at businesses in Cabell County. Chapman is facing a of charges in connection with the chase. He is expected to be in court this week for a status conference. If convicted, his sentences in Huntington chapman dating and Mason counties will be served consecutively.
WSAZ -- A man charged with being involved in a home invasion, high speed police chase and shootout with troopers was in court Wednesday. Frankie Chapman, II, is charged with 2nd degree robbery, fleeing in a vehicle with reckless indifference, 1st degree robbery, three counts of attempted first degree murder, three counts of wanton endangerment, and obstructing a police officer.
Chapman, Chad Beckett, and Emily Adkins were arrested after a series of crimes. Investigators say the group was involved in a home invasion in Mason County. When troopers caught up with them on Route 2, Beckett, who was driving a stolen vehicle, took off, leading them on a chase. They were eventually stopped in Lesage, and that's when investigators say Chapman started firing shots. Adkins and Beckett were caught nearby. Chapman is accused of stealing another vehicle and was caught in Guyandotte.
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In court Wednesday, a status hearing was scheduled for Chapman for September. He is currently serving a year sentence in Mason County in connection with the case. He will have to be Huntington chapman dating to Cabell County. Beckett has already pleaded guilty to the charges in Cabell County and was sentenced to 13 years. Along with the charges from this crime spree, Adkins is also facing charges for a of robberies in Cabell County. WSAZ -- One of the three people that law enforcement says were involved in a home invasion that lead to a high speed chase and shootout with state police has agreed to a plea deal.
Chad Beckett, 23, of Barboursville, entered the plea to charges he faced in Cabell County during a hearing in Huntington Monday afternoon. Becket pleaded guilty to attempting to commit a felony, burglary, escaping and fleeing. Judge Paul Farrell sentenced Beckett to maximum penalty of 13 years to run concurrent. Beckett will be in court in September for reconsideration of the sentence.
This all took place back in March. Becket was shot in the arm by a W. State Trooper as he tried to flee on foot following the pursuit.
Chapman and Adkins also face multiple charges in both Cabell and Mason Counties. In Mason County, the charges include burglary, grand larceny, attempted robbery and conspiracy. The Cabell charges include attempted murder on a Huntington chapman dating officer, armed robbery, and wanton endangerment involving a firearm.
WSAZ — The three suspects in a home invasion that led to a high speed police chase and shootout have been indicted on multiple charges by a grand jury in Mason County. The home invasion happened at a home in the block of Tribble Road in Mason County. After fleeing the scene, the three were involved in a police chase down Route 2 into Huntington. Beckett was shot in the arm by a West Virginia State Trooper during the chase. This week, a Mason County grand jury indicted each suspect on two counts of burglary, one count of grand larceny one count of attempted robbery and two counts of conspiracy.
They are scheduled to be arraigned on the charges Thursday.
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The trio also face charges in Cabell County that include attempted murder on a police officer, armed robbery, and wanton endangerment involving a firearm. WSAZ — Two of the three suspects in a home invasion that led to a high speed police chase and shootout waived their cases to a grand jury Friday. Chapman and Adkins each waived directly to the grand jury without testimony from investigators. The home invasion happened at a home in the block of Tribble Road in Leon earlier this month. The pursuit ended at two different locations near Huntington along Route 2.
Beckett was in the hospital after being shot in the arm by a West Virginia State Trooper during the chase. The three face a of charges in both Mason and Cabell counties.
Charges include attempted murder on a police officer, armed robbery, and wanton endangerment involving a firearm. WSAZ — The third suspect in a home invasion that led to a high speed police chase and shootout has been released from the hospital.
He was later arraigned in Cabell County Magistrate Court. Beckett was in the hospital after being shot in the arm by a W. Va State Trooper during the chase. The home invasion happened at a home in the block of Tribble Road in Leon Tuesday morning.
We've also learned the home invasion isn't believed to be a random case. The details are still coming out about the home invasion robbery in Mason County and subsequent high-speed car chase leading into Cabell County. People saw the chase in action and said it happened so fast, Huntington chapman dating wasn't time to get scared or think. Now, we've learned more about the home invasion that happened Tuesday along Tribble Ridge Road.
Investigators said just a day before the home invasion, the same home was burglarized and three guns stolen. A criminal complaint shows state police responded to the home of Frankie Chapman Sr. Police said they believe Chapman Jr. A magistrate judge told us the homeowner was the father of Chapman Jr. Troopers also said the very gun used to shoot at a state police cruiser during the high-speed chase was the same gun stolen from Chapman's father's home. State police said several shots were fired between the two men, which is why the back window was busted out of the first getaway car, a silver Mazda SUV.
Troopers said the missing window made it easier to identify the Mazda as the suspects drove from Mason County to Cabell County.