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Polk County Sessions Court

Criminal Court Docket

From: 09/10/2012 and 09/12/2012


Ducktown

Billy J. Maxwell: Probation Violation, guilty plea, 30 days to restore original sentence with CFTS.

Shannon Bryant: Probation Violation, guilty plea, sentenced to 4 years Tennessee Department of Corrections (TDOC) with CFTS.

Charlie Womble: Theft of Property ($1,000-$10,000), dismissal. Tampering w/ Evidence, guilty plea, 3 years probation with CFTS, pay costs.

Thomas Miller: Probation Violation, guilty plea, sentenced to 2 years TDOC with CFTS.

Todd Reagan: Probation Violation, guilty plea, sentenced to 2 years TDOC with CFTS.

Brian M. Hodge: Probation Violation, guilty plea, sentenced to 2 years TDOC with CFTS.

Franklin E. Blackwell: Probation Violation, guilty plea, sentenced to 8 years TDOC with CFTS.

Charles Vest: Aggravated Assault, dismissal.

Scotty Jones: Statutory Rape, guilty plea, sentenced to 4 years TDOC/CFTS/pay costs. Incest, dismissal.

Eric Cordell: 2 counts Schedule II Drugs: MFG,DEL,SELL,POSS, 1st count guilty plea, 3 years probation, $2,000 fine and cost; 2nd count dismissed. Drugs: MFG,DEL,SELL,POSS—Facilitation, dismissal. Simple Possession Casual Exchange, guilty plea, 11 months, 29 days probation, $750 fine and cost. Possession Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia Uses & Activities, dismissal.

Anthony Killian: Theft of Property ($500-$1,000), guilty plea, 1 year probation, $4,300 restitution and court cost. Aggravated Burglary, guilty plea, 3 years probation/pay court costs.

Jason A. Laughlin: Possession Firearm Intent to Go Armed—Dangerous Felony, dismissal. 2 counts Drugs: MFG, DEL, SELL, POSS—Conspiracy, 1st count guilty plea, 2 years probation, $2,000 fine, $250 restitution/consecutive to count 2. Possession Unlawful Drug Uses & Activities, dismissal.

Douglas Cosper: Aggravated Assault, guilty plea, 4 years probation, $200 transportation fee.

Travis M. Brewer: Burglary—Auto, guilty plea, 2 years probation/CFTS/$500 restitution and costs.

Manuel D. Gomez: DUI: 2nd Offense, guilty plea, 11 months, 29 days probation, sentenced to Polk County Jail for 45 days, $600 fine and cost.

Benjamin Wooten: Burning Personal Property/Land, dismissal. Vandalism ($10,000-$60,000), guilty plea, sentenced to 3 years TDOC/CFTS, $10,500 restitution.

Matthew Forrister: Possession Weapon—Convicted Felon, guilty plea, 2 years probation, pay court costs. Schedule IV Drugs: MFG, DEL,SELL,POSS, dismissal. Initiate Manufacture of Meth, guilty plea, 8 years probation, sentenced to 8 months in jail, $2,000 fine and cost.

Truman Kelly: DUI: 1st Offense, guilty, 11 months, 29 days probation, $350 fine and cost, sentenced to jail for 48 hours.

Ricky Wright: Simple Possession/Casual Exchange, dismissal. Possession Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia Uses & Activities, guilty plea, 2 years probation, $1,500 fine and cost.

Charles Allison: Statutory Rape, guilty plea, 2 years probation, pay cost.

Albert C. Peters, Jr.: DUI: 3rd Offense, guilty plea, 11 months, 29 days probation, sentenced to jail for 120 days, $1,100 fine and cost, license revoked for 6 years.

Christopher W. Birchfield: Schedule II Drugs: MFG, DEL,SELL, POSS, guilty plea, sentenced to TDOC for 8 years w/CFTS, $2,000 fine and cost.


Benton

Melinda Buress, Probation Violation, guilty sentenced to Polk County Jail for 60 days.

Danny Burgess: Schedule II Drugs: MFG, DEL, SELL,POSS—Attempt, nolle by Agreement with State, defendant paid $1,480.78.

Herman Self: Simple Possession/Casual Exchange, guilty.

Shannon Bryant: Probation Violation, guilty, sentenced to Polk County Jail for 4 months.

Andrew D. Forgey: Probation Violation, guilty, sentenced to Polk County Jail for 120 days.

Joshua s. Renfroe: Probation Violation, guilty, sentenced to Polk County Jail for 120 days.

Travis Dalton: Disorderly Conduct, nolle by Agreement with State, defendant completed Anger Management Class.

William F. Luke, Jr.: Aggravated Burglary, Bound Over.  Theft Up to 4500, nolle by Agreement with State.

Franklin Blackwell: Possession Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia Uses & Activities, nolle, by Agreement with State, defendant pled in Criminal Court.

Tyler B. Davis: Disorderly Conduct, guilty, probation term of 30 days, $289.78 cost, $50 fine. Public Intoxication, nolle by Agreement with State.

Scotty Poole: Joyriding—Unauthorized Use of Auto/Other Vehicles, guilty.

Joshua J. Myers: Simple Possession/Casual Exchange, nolle by Agreement with State. Possession Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia Uses & Activities, nolle by Agreement with State. Contributing to the Delinquency of a Child, nolle by Agreement with State.

Eddie D. Powell: Simple Possession/Casual Exchange, (Marijuana <1/2 oz) guilty, probation term of 11 months 29 days, $734.78 cost, $350 fine. Possession Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia Uses & Activities, nolle by Agreement with State.



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