A Gallatin couple who pleaded guilty to multiple charges in Division One of Circuit Court in April has been sentenced.
Online court information shows Johnny Leonard Rainey was sentenced in Daviess County Circuit Court to the Missouri Department of Corrections for four years on felony counts of stealing–$750 or more and possession of a controlled substance and four years on felony attempted trafficking in stolen identities.
The sentences on the stealing and possession of controlled substance charges are to run concurrent to each other and consecutive to the attempted trafficking in stolen identities charge, for a total of eight years in the department of corrections.
Online court information also shows Amanda Marie Rainey, who had two cases with a change of venue to Livingston County, was sentenced in Daviess County Circuit Court to the department of corrections for seven years on a count of felony stealing–$750 or more, which is to run concurrent with an eight-year sentence on a count of felony attempted trafficking in stolen identities.
The sentencing is also to run concurrent to seven years on felony counts of financial exploitation of an elder or disabled person, stealing–$750 or more, and stealing—all other property, for a total of eight years in the department of corrections.
Johnny and Amanda Rainey were also each charged with the misdemeanors of possession of marijuana/synthetic cannabinoid and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.
They were both fined $1 for each count and ordered to pay all court costs, and civil judgment was entered against them for the Crime Victims Compensation Fund.
A probable cause statement accuses Amanda Rainey of obtaining access to others’ bank accounts and withdrawing currency using stolen credit devices.
Another probable cause statement says stolen property was seized from the Raineys residence, totaling more than $1,000, and a large amount of mail and personal documents was found from numerous persons in Daviess County.