The Verdict for the May session of Circuit Court

June 24, 2013 6:42:44 AM

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Judge Jim Kitchens: 

 

  • Jason M. Adams pleaded guilty to felony false pretense and was sentenced to two years in MDOC; one year post release supervision; $100 fine; and $787.32 restitution.  

     

  • Jerome Marquez Abrams Jr. was charged with the sale of cocaine. He was already on post release supervision and was ordered to attend and complete a sentence in a restitution center. After completion, he will be returned to post release supervision. MDOC's restitution center program provides an alternative to incarceration for minimal risk offenders who are in need of a more structured environment. Residents serving time in a restitution center are referred to as residents. Residents who qualify for the restitution center program are required to work and pay full or partial payments to crime victims. Residents also have to pay room and board fees ($10 per day), court fees and establish a savings account. Residents are required to serve a minimum of 40 hours of free community service.  

     

  • Jeremy Billups, aka Pig, pleaded guilty to armed robbery and was sentenced to 25 years in MDOC; five years post release supervision; and pay a $500 fine. He also pleaded guilty to burglary of a dwelling and was sentenced to an additional 25 years in MDOC. Sentences to run consecutive. 

     

  • Leslie Bumgardner pleaded guilty to grand larceny and was sentenced to 10 years in MDOC; 10 years suspended; five years probation; $500 fine; and $105 restitution. One charge of burglary of a dwelling was retired to files based on her guilty plea for grand larceny. 

     

  • Marshall Burgin was charged with burglary of a dwelling. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Zeporah Carr was convicted of burglary of an auto. His probation was revoked and he was sentenced to five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Charlton Colom was charged with possession of a weapon by a convicted felon. The case was not prosecuted. 

     

  • April Davis was charged with false pretense and was sentenced to three years in MDOC; three years suspended; three years probation; $100 fine; $857.71 restitution; and ordered to get her GED. 

     

  • Quintin Erby pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact and was sentenced to five years in MDOC; one year house arrest; four years probation; and a $500 fine. Charges of armed robbery and aggravated assault were retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Alicia Gillian pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and was sentenced to three years in MDOC; one year house arrest; two years probation; and a $500 fine. 

     

  • Frank Hamler, Jr. pleaded guilty to felony taking of a motor vehicle and was sentenced to five years probation; $500 fine; and $600 restitution. 

     

  • Anthony Gaige Handley was charged with two counts of burglary of an auto. His probation was revoked and he was sentenced to seven years in MDOC. 

     

  • William Robert Hannah was charged with burglary. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to four years in MDOC. 

     

  • Calvin B. Harris was charged with possession of cocaine. The case was dismissed. 

     

  • Eltoro Harris pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and was sentenced to one year in MDOC; two years post release supervision; and a $250 fine. 

     

  • Jeremy Hernstrom pleaded guilty to grand larceny and was sentenced to 10 years in MDOC; 10 years suspended; five years probation; a $250 fine; and $1,500 restitution. 

     

  • Kenneth Lee Hollis pleaded guilty to grand larceny and was sentenced to five years probation; $500 fine; and $1,500 restitution. A charge of possession of Adderrall was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Patrick M. Holt was charged with possession of amphetamine. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to 3 years in MDOC. 

     

  • Craig Houser pleaded guilty to burglary of a dwelling and was sentenced to 15 years in MDOC; five years post release supervision; and a $500 fine. 

     

  • Roosevelt Jackson was charged with possession of marijuana. The case was not prosecuted. 

     

  • Joshua Pierre Jennings was charged with burglary of a building. His probation was revoked and he was sentenced to attend and complete a sentence in a restitution center. 

     

  • Willie Jennings was charged with burglary of a dwelling. His probation was modified and he was sentenced to serve one year in the Lowndes County Jail. 

     

  • Justin Thomas Kelly was charged with two counts of uttering forgery. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to three years in MDOC for each charge. 

     

  • Christopher Livingston pleaded guilty to attempted possession of methamphetamine precursors and was sentenced to 20 years in MDOC; 20 years suspended; five years probation; and a $5,000 fine. A charge of attempted sale of methamphetamine precursors was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Peggy McClesky, aka Peggy Wright, was charged with aggravated assault. The charge was reduced to simple assault and remanded to Justice Court. 

     

  • Kristopher Meisenholder was charged with domestic violence, aggravated assault and sexual battery. The charges were dismissed because the State was unable to meet the burden of proof. 

     

  • Ronnie Mixon Jr., pleaded guilty to robbery and was sentenced to 15 years in MDOC; 15 years suspended; five years probation; $100 fine; and $100 restitution. 

     

  • Gregory Moore was found guilty of burglary of a building and was sentenced to seven years in MDOC; seven years suspended; four years probation; and one year to serve in the Lowndes County Jail. 

     

  • Johnny W. Moore pleaded guilty to failure to register as a sex offender and was sentenced to serve 10 days; 4.5 years post release supervision; and a $250 fine. 

     

  • Amanda O'Callaghan was charged with burglary of a dwelling and grand larceny. The cases were not prosecuted. 

     

  • Ricky Palmer pleaded guilty to failure to register as a sex offender and was sentenced to serve three days; four years and 11 months post release supervision; granted credit for time served; and a $1,000 fine. 

     

  • Jarod W. Pitts was charged with false pretense. The case was remanded to County Court. 

     

  • Robert Proffitt Jr., pleaded guilty to malicious mischief and was sentenced to five years probation; and a $500 fine. Charges of aggravated assault/shooting into a dwelling and felony breach of peace were retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Reginald Robertson was charged with identity theft. His probation was modified and he was sentenced to serve one year in the Lowndes County Jail. 

     

  • Corlando O. Smith pleaded guilty to felony fleeing from a law enforcement officer and robbery. He was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC on each charge to run consecutive; five years post release supervision; and $3,051.87 restitution. A charge of kidnapping was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Antwan Sterling was charged with burglary of a dwelling. His post release supervision was modified and he was sentenced to serve one year in the Lowndes County Jail. 

     

  • Izell Turner was charged with possession of marijuana. His probation was modified and he was sentenced to serve one year in the Lowndes County Jail. 

     

  • Howard N. Walden was charge with false pretense. The charges were dismissed because the State was unable to meet the burden of proof. 

     

  • Arsenio J. Wells was charged with aggravated assault. The case was not prosecuted. 

     

  • Donald L. Wiggins pleaded guilty to one count of prescription forgery and was sentenced to five years in MDOC; five years suspended; five years probation; $250 fine; and $1,538 restitution. Two counts of prescription forgery were retired to the file based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Bobby Gene Williams was charged with possession of cocaine. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Darryl L. Williams pleaded guilty to two counts of possession of marijuana and was sentenced to six years in MDOC; three years suspended; three years probation; $500 fine; ordered to attend Drug and Alcohol rehab; and ordered to get his GED. 

     

  • Juvante D. Williams was charged with two counts of aggravated DUI. The charges were dismissed without prejudice. 

     

  • Deldrick Withers was charged with uttering forgery. The charge was dismissed without prejudice. 

     

     

     

    Judge Lee Howard: 

     

  • Daniel R. Allen pleaded guilty to two counts of possession of a weapon by a convicted felon and was sentenced to serve 10 years in MDOC on one count and seven years on the other, to run concurrent; and a $250 fine. A charge of possession of stolen property was retired to the files based on his guilty pleas.  

     

  • Mark Atkinson pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine and was sentenced as a habitual offender to eight years in MDOC; and a $50,000 fine. Charges of possession of hydrocodone and possession of methamphetamine precursors were retired to the files based on his guilty pleas. 

     

  • Christopher Baswell was charged with possession of cocaine. His probation was modified and he was sentenced to serve one year in the Lowndes County Jail. 

     

  • Quinton Beasley pleaded guilty to failure to register as a sex offender and was sentenced to five years in MDOC; four years suspended; one year to serve; 4 years post release supervision; and a $500 fine. 

     

  • Larrie Bell was charged with armed robbery. The charge was dismissed without prejudice. 

     

  • Larry Billups Jr. was charged with the sale of cocaine. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Michael Scott Blair was charged with grand larceny. The charge was dismissed without prejudice. 

     

  • Thomas Bonner Jr. pleaded guilty to possession of a weapon by a convicted felon and was sentenced to 10 years in MDOC; and a $5,000 fine. 

     

  • Charron Boyd was charged with burglary of a dwelling. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to five years in MDOC. 

     

  • James L. Brown pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and was sentenced as a habitual offender to eight years in MDOC; and a $50,000 fine. 

     

  • Frederick Brownlee pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and was sentenced to eight years in MDOC; one year house arrest; five years probation; and a $1,000 fine. 

     

  • James Echford Brownlee was charge with DUI third offense. The charge was retired to the files based on a guilty plea in Oktibbeha County Court. 

     

  • Anthony J. Burnett pleaded guilty to felony false pretense and was sentenced to three years in MDOC; one year and 364 days suspended; one year and one day to serve; one year and 364 days of post release supervision; $500 fine; and a $2,774.72 restitution. 

     

  • Carl Lee Bushey was charged with aggravated DUI. That charge was reduced to DUI first offense and remanded to Justice Court for disposition. 

     

  • James Butler was charged with possession of stolen property. The charge was dismissed without prejudice. 

     

  • Jonathan Cameron pleaded guilty to burglary of a business and was sentenced to seven years in MDOC; seven years suspended; five years probation; and a $500 fine. A charge of burglary to a building was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Jonathan Clardy was charged with burglary of a dwelling. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve 12 years in MDOC. 

     

  • Lawrence Coley was charged with uttering forgery. His probation was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; and he was ordered to complete long term drug and alcohol rehabilitation. 

     

  • Sharon Conn was charged with domestic violence-aggravated assault. The charge was reduced to simple assault and was remanded to Justice Court. 

     

  • Marcus Dawson Jr. pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and was sentenced to eight years in MDOC; four years suspended; four years to serve; four years post release supervision; and a $1,000 fine. 

     

  • Marque Dawson pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and was sentenced to three years probation; and a $750 fine. 

     

  • Aaron Dumas was charged with possession of a weapon by a felon. The charge was dismissed. 

     

  • Jonathan Ellis pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and was sentenced to three years in MDOC; three years suspended; three years probation; and a $1,000 fine. 

     

  • John Glover was charged with two counts of burglary of a dwelling. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years for each charge in MDOC; sentences to run consecutive. 

     

  • Jequanta Harris pleaded guilty to possession of more than a kilo of marijuana and was sentenced to 12 years in MDOC; six suspended; six to serve; five years post release supervision; and a $2,500 fine. 

     

  • John Herron was charged with photographing without permission. The charge was not prosecuted. 

     

  • Brian Keith Hines was charged with aggravated assault. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to five years in MDOC. 

     

  • William Kimmons was charged with false pretense. The State was unable to meet the burden of proof. 

     

  • Rodney Dewayne Lockhart was charged with possession of cocaine. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Eric Lyons was charged with the sale of marijuana. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Antonio Marcus Martin was charged with possession of cocaine. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Marcus McLeod pleaded guilty to possession of a weapon by a felon and was sentenced to 10 years in MDOC; five years suspended; five years to serve; five years post release supervision; and a $1,000 fine. 

     

  • Tyler Miller pleaded guilty to grand larceny and was sentenced to 10 years in MDOC; five years suspended; five years to serve; five years post release supervision;$1,000 fine; and $3,000 restitution. A second charge of grand larceny was retired to the files based oh his guilty plea. 

     

  • Tommy C. Moore was charged with possession of cocaine. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Billy Morgan pleaded guilty to burglary of a dwelling and was sentenced to seven years in MDOC; five years suspended; two years to serve; five years post release supervision; and a $500 fine. A second charge of burglary of a dwelling was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Anthony Nelson was charged with failure to register as a sex offender. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to four years in MDOC. 

     

  • Toby Nickoles was charged with possession of a controlled substance while in jail and DUI-third offense. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to two years on each count in MDOC; sentences to run concurrent. 

     

  • Michael Allen Nonamaker was charged with embezzlement. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Bobby Reeves Jr. was charged with possession of amphetamine. His probation was revoked and he was sentenced to serve eight years in MDOC. 

     

  • Daniel Shelton pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and was sentenced to serve eight years in MDOC; five years suspended; three years to serve; five years post release supervision;and a $750 fine. He also pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and was sentenced to serve three years in MDOC to run consecutive; and a $750 fine. Two more charges of possession of marijuana were retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Dustin Snider pleaded guilty to possession of oxycodone and was sentenced to five years in MDOC; five years suspended; five years probation; and a $750 fine. He also pleaded guilty to conspiracy and was sentenced to five years in MDOC; five years suspended; five years probation; one year to serve in the Lowndes County Jail; and a $750 fine. A second charge of possession of oxycodone and a charge of prescription forgery were retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Tyree S. Sparks was charged with burglary of a shed. The charge was dismissed. 

     

  • Noel Sumrall pleaded guilty to exploitation of a child and was sentenced to 15 years in MDOC; 10 years suspended; five years to serve; five years post releases supervision; and a $2,500 fine. 

     

  • Ricky O'Neal Taylor was charged with possession of stolen property and felony fleeing from a law officer. His probation was revoked and he was sentenced to serve one year in the Lowndes County Jail on each charge. 

     

  • Morgan Templet was charged with the transfer of a forged prescription. The charges were not pursued. 

     

  • Andrew Thompson pleaded guilty to felony DUI-third offense and was sentenced to five years in MDOC; three years suspended; two years to serve; two years post release supervision; and a $3,000 fine. 

     

  • Jeffrey Reed Tucker pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine precursors and was sentenced to 10 years in MDOC; nine years and 11 months suspended; one month to serve; five years post release supervision; and a $5,000 fine. 

     

  • Terry Walker pleaded guilty to armed robbery and was sentenced to 20 years in MDOC; five years suspended; 15 years to serve; five years post release supervision; and a $1,000 fine. 

     

  • Henry Washington was charged with taking of a motor vehicle. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve four years in MDOC. 

     

  • Reginald Troy Watson II was charged with burglary of a dwelling. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Colossians Williams was charged with uttering forgery. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC. 

     

  • Dorothy Williams pleaded guilty to identity theft and was sentenced to 15 years in MDOC; 13 years suspended; two years to serve; five years post release supervision; $1,000 fine; and $1,200 restitution. A second charge of identity theft was retired to the files based on her guilty plea. 

     

  • Padriac Landon Williams pleaded guilty to burglary of a dwelling and was sentenced to 11 years in MDOC; five years suspended; six years to serve; five years post release supervision; and a $750 fine. A charge of burglary was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Steven Randolph Wittke pleaded guilty to possession of a weapon by a felon and was sentenced to five years in MDOC; four years and 11 months suspended; 30 days to serve in the Lowndes County Jail; five years post release supervision; and a $1,000 fine. A second charge of possession of a weapon by a convicted felon was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

     

     

    Judge Lee Coleman: 

     

  • Aziz Alowdie was charged with possession of a stolen firearm. The charge was not pursued. 

     

  • Quinton Lance Belk pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine, reduced from possession with intent to distribute, and was sentenced as a habitual offender to serve eight years in MDOC; and a $1,500 fine. A charge of possession of a stolen firearm was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • William Brent Bowen pleaded guilty to burglary of an auto and was sentenced to serve four years in MDOC; three years post release supervision; $1,200 fine; and $435 restitution. A charge of burglary of a building was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Lee Michael Cisler pleaded guilty to possession of amphetamine and was sentenced to five years probation; and a $2,200 fine. 

     

  • Damian Kerry Easter pleaded guilty to robbery and was sentenced to serve eight years in MDOC; five years post release supervision; $1,200 fine; and $97.50 restitution. 

     

  • Joshua Erby pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana and was sentenced to three years in MDOC; three years suspended; three years probation; and a $1,200 fine. 

     

  • David Kyle Fife was charged with false pretense. The case was remanded to County Court. 

     

  • Tommie Frazier Jr. pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and was sentenced to serve 10 years in MDOC; five years house arrest; five years post release supervision; and a $1,200 fine. 

     

  • Brittany Harris pleaded guilty to uttering forgery and was sentenced to five years probation; and a $1,200 fine. 

     

  • Jeffery Holloway was charged with aggravated assault. The charge was not pursued. 

     

  • Rhonda Holloway was charged with aggravated assault. The charge was not pursued. 

     

  • Alvie Jordan pleaded guilty to grand larceny and was sentenced to serve eight years in MDOC; five years post release supervision; $1,200 fine; and $2165 restitution. 

     

  • Larry R. Lenz pleaded guilty to grand larceny and was sentenced to serve two years in MDOC; five years post release supervision; $1,200 fine; and $1,500 restitution. 

     

  • Jarod Alexander Looman was charged with burglary which was reduced to trespassing. The case was remanded to Justice Court. 

     

  • Michael J. Peeks pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine and was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; three years post release supervision; and a $1,200 fine. A charge of child endangerment was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Robert Lee Perrigin pleaded guilty to possession of methamphetamine and was sentenced as a habitual offender to serve four years in MDOC; and a $1,200 fine. He also pleaded guilty to possession of alprazolam was sentenced as a habitual offender to serve eight years in MDOC; and a $1,200 fine. The sentences are to run consecutive. Charges of possession of hydrocodone, possession of methamphetamine, the sale of methamphetamine, the sale of alprazolam and the sale of amphetamine were retired to the files based on his guilty pleas. 

     

  • Devin O. Petty pleaded guilty to burglary of a dwelling and was sentenced to serve four years in MDOC; five years post release supervision; $1,200 fine; and $775 restitution. A second charge of burglary of a dwelling was retired to the files based on his guilty plea. 

     

  • Henry Leo Spencer was charged with failure to register as a sex offender. His post release supervision was revoked and he was sentenced to serve three years in MDOC. 

     

  • Malcolm Stevens pleaded guilty to uttering forgery and was sentenced to serve five years in MDOC; five years post release supervision; $500 fine; and $1,781.66 restitution. 

     

  • Cordarius Rashad Stewart pleaded guilty to aggravated DUI and was sentenced to serve eight years in MDOC; five years post release supervision; and a $3,600 fine.