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Clay County Circuit Court 10-23-09

 

Dispatch Staff Report

 

Clay County Circuit Court convened Oct. 5 with Judge Lee Howard presiding. Action taken by the court included: 

 

     

     

  • Fredrick Doss'' suspended sentence on a conviction for sale of marijuana was revoked. Doss was sentenced to three years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections. 

     

  • Edward Lane''s suspended sentence on a conviction for sale of cocaine was revoked. Lane was sentenced to five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Pedro Wells pleaded guilty to four counts of statutory rape. Wells was sentenced to five years in MDOC, all suspended, and five years probation. 

     

  • Maceo Collins pleaded guilty to sale of cocaine. Collins was sentenced to eight years in MDOC, five years post-release supervision and fined $5,000. 

     

  • Kevin Jones pleaded guilty to sale of cocaine. Jones was sentenced to 15 years in MDOC, five years post-release supervision and fined $5,000. 

     

  • Earnest James Doss'' post-release supervision following a conviction for two counts sale of cocaine was revoked. Doss was sentenced to 10 years in MDOC. 

     

  • Demetria Mark Edwards'' post-release supervision following a conviction for possession of cocaine was revoked. Edwards was sentenced to five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Marcus Lamont Jones'' suspended sentence following a conviction for aggravated assault was revoked and Jones pleaded guilty to possession of benzylpiperazine and possession of an electronic device (cell phone). Jones was sentenced to 10 years in MDOC and fined $2,000. 

     

 

 

Judge James Kitchens presiding: 

 

  • Ray Lee Robinson''s suspended sentence following a conviction for sale of cocaine was revoked. Robinson was sentenced to five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Cody Hollingsworth''s suspended sentence following a conviction for aggravated assault was revoked. Hollingsworth was sentenced to five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Jason Doss pleaded guilty to grand larceny. Doss was sentenced to 10 years in MDOC, all suspended, and five years probation. 

     

  • Rashell Hogan pleaded guilty to food stamp fraud. Hogan was sentenced to three years probation and ordered to pay $4,499 in fines and restitution. 

     

  • Shaketha Berry pleaded guilty to embezzlement. Berry was sentenced to 10 years in MDOC, all suspended, five years probation and ordered to pay $1,850 in fines and restitution. 

     

  • Jimmy Roby''s post-release supervision following a conviction for sale of cocaine was revoked. Roby was sentenced to five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Carol Eaton pleaded guilty to two counts of uttering forgery. Eaton was sentenced to 10 years in MDOC, all suspended, five years probation and ordered to pay $4,134 in fines and restitution. 

     

    n Herman Gene McGee pleaded guilty to escape. McGee was sentenced to four years in MDOC and one year post-release supervision. 

     

  • Timothy Ray Johnson pleaded guilty to non-support of a child. Johnson was sentenced to five years probation and ordered to pay $20,000 in fines and restitution. 

     

  • Tyree Cox pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine. Cox was sentenced to eight years in MDOC, all suspended, and five years probation. 

     

  • Merrice Dewayne Griffin pleaded guilty to aggravated assault. Griffin was sentenced to 10 years in MDOC, all suspended, five years probation and ordered to pay $2,557 in fines and restitution. 

     

  • Javon Brown pleaded guilty to burglary of a building, burglary of an auto and grand larceny. Brown was sentenced to four years in MDOC, five years probation and ordered to pay $1,500 in fines and restitution. 

     

  • Courtney Blair''s post-release supervision for possession of cocaine was revoked and Blair pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine between 2-10 grams. Blair was sentenced to nine years in MDOC and five years post-release supervision. 

     

  • Kenneth Cousins pleaded guilty to burglary of a dwelling. Cousins was sentenced to five years in MDOC and five years probation. 

     

  • Tabitha Hernandez pleaded guilty to transfer of a forged prescription. Hernandez was sentenced to five years in MDOC, all suspended, and five years probation. 

     

  • Gena Stafford pleaded guilty to felony shoplifting. Stafford was sentenced to two years in MDOC and three years post-release supervision. 

     

  • Quincy Hughes violated his probation following a conviction for two counts burglary of a business. Hughes was sentenced to 14 years in MDOC. 

     

  • Angel Neely pleaded guilty to burglary of a dwelling. Neely was sentenced to three years in MDOC and five years post-release supervision. 

     

  • Deontha White pleaded guilty to possession of a weapon by a felon. White was sentenced to one year in MDOC and four years post-release supervision. 

     

  • Christopher Lee Smith pleaded guilty to DUI-third offense. Smith was sentenced to two years in MDOC, three years post-release supervision and fined $2,000. 

     

  • Sylvia Smith pleaded guilty to identity theft. Smith was sentenced to two years in MDOC, five years post-release supervision and ordered to pay $3,22 in fines and restitution. 

     

    n Terry Walker''s post-release supervision following a conviction for burglary of a business was revoked. Walker was sentenced to five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Jerrelle Webber pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine between 10-30 grams. Webber was sentenced to 12 years in MDOC and five years post-release supervision. 

     

  • James Morton Jr. pleaded guilty to two counts of DUI-third offense. Morton was sentenced to 13 years in MDOC. 

     

  • Vickie Gibbs pleaded guilty to embezzlement. Gibbs was sentenced to three years house arrest and five years probation. 

     

  • Artay Collins pleaded guilty to sale of cocaine. Collins was sentenced to 12 years in MDOC, five years post-release supervision and fined $1,000. 

     

  • William Clemmons pleaded guilty to aggravated assault. Clemmons was sentenced to 16 years in MDOC and five years post-release supervision. 

     

     

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