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The Verdict: Circuit Court rundown 6-22-14

 

Dispatch Staff Report

 

Judge Jim Kitchens: 

 

  • Seymoure Ball was charged with possession of cocaine. His post-release was revoked and he was sentenced to serve four years in MDOC. 

     

  • Angela Barksdale was charged with two counts of transfer of a forged prescription. She pleaded guilty and was sentenced to serve three years in MDOC; three years post-release supervision, $100 fine and pay $35 a month for 60 days after release. One count of transfer of a forged prescription was retired to the files based on her guilty plea. 

     

  • Phillip James Blair was charged with aggravated assault. His post-release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. He is required by the court to complete a long term drug and alcohol rehabilitation program. 

     

  • Willie Lee Blevins was charged with simple assault on a law officer. His post-release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve three years in MDOC. 

     

  • Kenneth Brown Jr. pleaded guilty to possession of a stolen firearm. He was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; a $250 fine; and $470 restitution. Four charges of burglary and larceny of a dwelling and possession of a weapon by a convicted felon were retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Khiry Bush was charged with grand larceny. He was sentenced to serve six months in county jail. 

     

  • Candi Daniels was charged with possession of oxycodone. The charge was not pursued. 

     

  • Anterrio J. Davis was charged with possession of marijuana. His probation was revoked and he was sentenced to serve 22 years with MDOC. 

     

  • Maria Dent pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine. She was sentenced to serve one year in MDOC and four years post-release supervision; and a $200 fine. 

     

  • Damion Fenton pleaded guilty to taking of a motor vehicle. He was sentenced to serve nine years in MDOC; five years suspended; four years to serve; then five years post-release supervision; and $10,500 restitution. A charge of grand larceny was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Charles Scott Fortenberry pleaded guilty to false pretense. He was sentenced to serve 10 years in MDOC; a $250 fine; $1,882 restitution. 

     

  • Joshua Galvan was charged with aggravated assault. The charge was retired to the files based on a guilty plea in an Oktibbeha County case. 

     

  • Daniel Ray Gilliam was charged with grand larceny. His post-release was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Sherman Lee Hall was charged with felony shoplifting. His post-release was revoked, and he was sentenced to serve four years in MDOC. 

     

  • Tierra Harris was charged with possession of stolen property. She was sentenced to complete a sentence in a restitution center. If she pays the fees before attending, she can be released on probation. 

     

  • Demarcus Harrison pleaded guilty of possession of cocaine; reduced from sale of cocaine. He was sentenced to serve four years at MDOC; pay $500 fine; and $50 a month for 60 days after release. 

     

  • Ricky Harrison was charged with possession of methamphetamine. The charge was retired to the files based on a guilty plea in an earlier case. 

     

  • Blakus Hendrix was pleaded guilty to cyberstalking. He was sentenced to serve one year in MDOC; one year post-release supervision; and a $500 fine. His sentence is to run consecutive with any other sentence. 

     

  • Kevin Hill was charged with possession of cocaine. His post-release was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Kevin Holliday pleaded guilty to DUI - third offense. He was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; and a $,2000 fine. A charge of burglary of a dwelling was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Patrick M. Holt was charged with false pretense. The charge was not pursued.  

     

  • Abbrevian Howell was charged with burglary and larceny of a dwelling. The charge was not pursued. 

     

  • Kendra Jenkins was charged with fraudulent use of identity. Her post-release was modified and she must attend and complete a sentence at a restitution center. If she pays restitution, she can be released. 

     

  • Michael Antwan Johnson was charged with burglary of a dwelling. His suspended sentence was revoked, and he was sentenced to serve 10 years in MDOC. 

     

  • Christopher Jones pleaded guilty to tampering with physical evidence. He was sentenced to serve two year in MDOC. A charge of perjury was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Ryan Christopher Jones was charged with possession of cocaine. His post-release was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Jonathan Keaton pleaded guilty to sexual battery. He was sentenced to 20 years in MDOC; five years suspended; 15 years to serve; five years post-release supervision; and a $500 fine. 

     

  • Judith A. Kempf pleaded guilty to felony false pretense. She was sentenced to serve three years in MDOC; three years suspended; three years probation; and a $500 fine. 

     

  • Billy Livingston was charged with cyberstalking. His suspended sentence was revoked, and he was sentenced to serve two years in MDOC. 

     

  • Ethan Loftin was charged with grand larceny. He probation was modified and he was sentenced to serve one year in County Jail. 

     

  • Faye Malkawi was charged with uttering forgery; post-release was revoked; sentenced to serve five years in MDOC to run consecutive with any other sentence. 

     

  • Tracy Peeks pleaded guilty to possession of oxycodone. She was sentenced to serve eight years in MDOC; Eight years suspended, four years of probation; $250 restitution; and a $500 fine. She also pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine. She was sentenced to serve four year in MDOC; four years suspended; four years probation; $250 restitution; and a $250 fine. Sentences are to run concurrent. A charge of manufacture of methamphetamine was retired to the files based on a guilty plea on the other charges. 

     

  • Billy Ross Petty Sr.; was charged with misdemeanor home repair fraud and remanded to Justice Court. 

     

  • Rickey Roland pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana. He was sentenced to serve eight years in MDOC; and a $400 fine. 

     

  • Christopher Ross was charged with sale of cocaine. His post-release was modified, and he was sentenced to attend and complete sentence at a restitution center; after completion he may make bond on the new charges.  

     

  • Rondal Snider pleaded guilty to sale of hydrocodone and sale of marijuana. He was sentenced to serve seven years in MDOC; five years post-release supervision; and a $1,000 fine. Charges of sale of a controlled substance and child endangerment were retired to the files based on His guilty plea. 

     

  • Ronald D. Tate pleaded guilty to two counts of possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. He was sentenced to serve 10 years in MDOC; two years house arrest; eight years probation; and a $500 fine. 

     

  • Patrick Temple pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine. He was sentenced to serve eight years in MDOC. 

     

  • Hilda Weaver was charged with false pretense. Her post-release was revoked and she was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

     

     

    Judge Lee Coleman: 

     

  • Keena E. Adair pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine. She was sentenced to serve four years in MDOC and a $1,200 fine. 

     

  • Jonquil Ball pleaded guilty to sexual battery. He was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; five years suspended; five years probation; $1200 fine; $1400 restitution. He does not have to register as a sex offender. 

     

  • Andrew Barksdale pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine. He was sentenced to serve four years in MDOC; and a $1,200 fine. 

     

  • Kristina Arnell Baughn was charged with embezzlement and remanded to Justice Court. 

     

  • Michael Butler was charged with burglary and larceny of a business. The case was not pursued. 

     

  • Steven B. Carley was found guilty of grand larceny. He was sentenced to serve 10 years in MDOC; 10 years suspended; five years probation; and ordered to attend a long term program at the Pines, where upon completion he may be back on probation. 

     

  • Sydney Edmonds pleaded guilty to felony fleeing and sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; five years suspended; five years probation; and a $1,200 fine. 

     

  • Elency D. Erby pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and sentenced to serve seven years in MDOC; two years house arrest; five years post-release supervision; and a $1,200 fine. 

     

  • Sophia S. Erby was charged with possession of marijuana. The case was dropped without prejudice. 

     

  • Lisa Frierson was charged with possession of cocaine. Her suspended sentence was revoked; sentenced to serve eight years in MDOC. 

     

  • Douglas F. Gunter pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine. He was sentenced to serve eight years in MDOC; and a $1,200 fine. 

     

  • Shana Y. Hall pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and was sentenced to serve four years in MDOC; and a $1,200 fine. 

     

  • Erin Harbin Roberts pleaded guilty to shoplifting and was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; four years suspended; one year to serve; four years post-release supervision; and a $1200 fine. 

     

  • Monta Harris pleaded guilty to manufacture of marijuana and was sentenced to three years probation; and a $1,200 fine. 

     

  • Demacus Hayden was charged with aggravated assault. His probation was revoked and he was sentenced to serve 10 years in MDOC. An additional charge of burglary of a dwelling was dropped. 

     

  • Joshua Haynes was charged with burglary of a dwelling. The case was dismissed without prejudice. 

     

  • Christina Henry pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana greater than five kilograms. She was sentenced to serve 10 years in MDOC, nine years suspended; one year to serve in county jail; five years post-release supervision; and a $5,000 fine. 

     

  • Quinton Hill pleaded guilty to burglary of a building. He was sentenced to serve seven years in MDOC; one year house arrest; five years post-release supervision; $1,200 fine; and $600 restitution. A charge of possession of amphetamine was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Mark Jenkins pleaded guilty to DUI - third offense. He was sentenced to serve two years in MDOC; three years post-release supervision; and a $2,000 fine. 

     

  • Kelly Johnson was charged with child endangerment. The case has been dropped. 

     

  • Alicia Jones pleaded guilty to grand larceny. She was sentenced to five years probation; $1,200 fine; and $240 restitution. 

     

  • Brian Jones pleaded guilty to burglary of a shed and burglary of an automobile. On each count he was sentenced to serve seven years in MDOC; seven years suspended; five years probation. Sentences will run concurrent. He is also sentenced to pay a total of $1,200; $3,245 restitution. An additional charge of burglary of an automobile was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Keenan Keil pleaded guilty to simple assault and was sentenced to serve six months in county jail; six months suspended; $,1000 fine; $6,172.99 restitution. 

     

  • Michael Randle pleaded guilty to grand larceny. He was sentenced to five years probation; $1,200 fine; $718 restitution. 

     

  • Tracey Rice pleaded guilty to felony shoplifting and was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; five years suspended; five years probation; $1,200 fine; $829 restitution. 

     

  • Rosean Roberts was charged with food stamp fraud. The case was dropped without prejudice. 

     

  • Marcus Ross pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana with intent to sell. He was sentenced to serve 14 years in MDOC; five years suspended; nine years to serve; five year post-release supervision; and a $5.000 fine. 

     

  • Romeo Sanders was charged with malicious mischief. The case was dropped without prejudice. 

     

  • Anthony Skinner pleaded guilty to felony fleeing. He was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; five years suspended; five years probation; and a $1.200 fine. 

     

  • Gregory M. Stripling pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine precursors. He was sentenced to serve six years in MDOC; five years post-release supervision; and a $5.000 fine. 

     

  • Devan Vail was charged with grand larceny. The case was dropped without prejudice. 

     

  • Brittany Waddell was charged with three counts of sale of a controlled substance and child abuse. The charges were retired to the files based on her guilty plea in another case. 

     

     

     

    Judge Lee Howard: 

     

  • Marquitta Brooks pleaded guilty to felony false pretense and sentenced to serve three years in MDOC; three years suspended; three years probation; $500 fine; and $2,510 restitution. 

     

  • Diane Butler was charged with possession of cocaine. Her post-release was revoked and she was sentenced to serve three years in MDOC. 

     

  • Brandon Carter pleaded guilty to felony DUI. He was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; one year house arrest; four years post-release supervision; and $2.000 fine. 

     

  • Kimberly Chain was charged with grand larceny. The case was dismissed due to a duplicate indictment. 

     

  • Lawrence Coley was charged with two counts of uttering forgery and sentenced to five years probation for each count. He will be re-sentenced upon completion of a drug and alcohol program. Sentences are to run concurrent. 

     

  • Michelle Dora was charged with misdemeanor possession of marijuana and was remanded to Justice Court. 

     

  • William Gray Evans was charged with fondling. His post-release was partially revoked and he was sentenced to serve three years in MDOC. 

     

  • Anna Forrester pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine. She was sentenced to serve 16 years in MDOC; eight years suspended; eight years to serve; five years post-release supervision; and attend long term alcohol and drug rehabilitation program; and pay $10,000. 

     

  • Michael Fortune was charged with burglary of an occupied dwelling and pleaded guilty to possession of stolen property. His post-release was revoked and he was sentenced to serve three years in MDOC on the charge of burglary; serve seven years in MDOC for the charge of possession; two years suspended; five years to serve; five years post-release supervision; pay $750 fine; and pay $8,333 restitution. An addition charge of burglary and larceny of a dwelling was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Keith Gardner was charged with sale of cocaine. His post-release was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Jacob Aaron Gordey was charged with sale of cocaine. His post-release was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; and must complete a long term alcohol and drug rehabilitation program. 

     

  • Nyeasha Grissom was charged with possession of marijuana. The case was remanded to Municipal Court. 

     

  • Justin Hill was charged with aggravated assault on a law officer. His post-release was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Wesley Hudson pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine. He was sentenced to serve two years in MDOC; one year and 51 weeks suspended; one week to serve; one year and 51 weeks post-release supervision; and a $500 fine. 

     

  • Jordan Jennings was charged with possession of cocaine. Charges were not pursued. 

     

  • James Jordan was found guilty of receiving stolen property. He was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Joe Jordan III pleaded guilty to fraudulent use of ID. He was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; five years suspended; $500 fine; and $198.86 restitution. 

     

  • Kelvin Jordan was charged with taking of a motor vehicle. His post-release was revoked and he was sentenced to serve three years in MDOC. A charge of fraudulent use of ID was dropped without prejudice. 

     

  • Stephen Knight pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine. He was sentenced to serve four years in MDOC; and a $2,000 fine. 

     

  • Angela J. Larkin pleaded guilty to felony false pretense. She was sentenced to serve three years in MDOC; three years suspended; three years probation; and $5,446.65 restitution. 

     

  • Johnny Leech was charged with four counts of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud. The case was dismissed. 

     

  • Joel Lowe pleaded guilty to possession of MDMA. He was sentenced to serve four years in MDOC; and a $2.000 fine. A charge of possession of cocaine and possession of benzylpiperazine were retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Tommy Lowery was charged with grand larceny. His probation was revoked and he was sentenced to serve 10 years in MDOC. 

     

  • Carl Malone was charged with identity theft and sentenced to serve 15 years in MDOC. 

     

  • Nakisha McPherson was charged with possession of MDMA. Her probation was revoked and she was sentenced to serve 20 years in MDOC. 

     

  • Laforrest Moore pleaded guilty to failure to register as a sex offender. He was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; three years suspended; two years to serve; three years post-release supervision; and a $500 fine. 

     

  • Anthony Nelson was charged with failure to register as a sex offender. The charge was retired based on revocation. 

     

  • Tracy Peeks pleaded guilty to possession of oxycodone and was sentenced to serve eight years in MDOC; eight years suspended; four years probation; $250 restitution; and a $500 fine. 

     

  • Roy Rice was charged with simple assault on a police officer. The case was dismissed without prejudice. 

     

  • Ronald Salpino was charged with statutory rape. The case was dropped. 

     

  • Morgan Templet pleaded guilty to transfer of forged prescription and was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; five years suspended; five years probation; and a $750 fine. 

     

  • Brandon Tipton was charged with possession of methamphetamine precursors. His post-release was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Jeremy Vasser was charged with two counts of sale of oxycodone. On each count he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Freddie Webber Jr. was charged sale of cocaine. He was sentenced to serve 30 years in MDOC. 

     

  • Josa Young pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine precursors with intent. He was sentenced to serve eight years in MDOC; five years suspended; three years to serve; five years post-release supervision; and a $5,000 fine.

     

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