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Polk County General Sessions Court

12/04/2012 to 12/05/2012


Ducktown


Jeffery S. Beavers: Possession Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia Uses & Activities, guilty as charged, probation term of 11 months, 29 days, $714.78 cost, $150 fine. Driving While License Suspended, nolle, by agreement with State.

Brandon P. Trantham: Person Under 21 Having Beer in Possession and Transporting Beer, dismissed.

Michelle L. Duggan: Obtain Drugs by Fraud, nolle, by agreement with State.

Jason D. Gray: Probation Violation, guilty as charged, defendant paid $614.78 cash bond.

Thomas L. Prince: Probation Violation, guilty as charged, sentenced to Polk County Jail (PCJ) for 120 days, credit for time served, shall flatten sentence. Possession Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia Uses & Activities, nolle, by agreement with State. Burglary—Other Than Habitation, nolle, by agreement with State. Theft (Up to $500), bound over. Burglary—Other Than Habitation, bound over. Theft of Property ($1,000 to $10,000), nolle, by agreement with State.

Aaron S. Nicholson: Probation Violation, guilty as charged, sentenced to PCJ for 120 days, credit for time served, shall flatten sentence. Burglary—Other Than Habitation, bound over. Theft of Merchandise ($1,000 to $10,000),  bound over.

Fred L. Kelly: Public Intoxication, nolle.

Stephen D. Arp: Probation Violation, guilty as charged. Disorderly Conduct, nolle, by agreement with State.

Tyler Miller: Domestic Assault, nolle, by agreement with State.

Jarett L. Stiles: Burglary—Other Than Habitation, bound over.

Tammy B. Conn: Theft (Up to $500), guilty as charged, pay cost/restitution, misd probation.

Travis W. Trentham: Aggravated Assault—Attempt, nolle, by agreement with State. Vandalism $500 to $1,000—Attempt, guilty as charged, cost/restitution, misd probation.

Ronnie J. Fair, Jr.: Theft of Property ($1,000 to $10,000), bound over.

Lisa R. Potts: Possession Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia Uses & Activities, nolle, by agreement with State.

Jessie Cantrell: Simple Possession/Casual Exchange, guilty plea—lesser charge, probation term of 11 months, 29 days, $734.78 cost, $750 fine, $50 attorney fee. Possession Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia Uses & Activities, nolle, by agreement with State. Carry Weapon—Intent to Employ in Offense, nolle, by agreement with State upon forfeiture of the weapon. Reckless Driving, nolle, by agreement with State.

Andrew Wilbanks: Schedule II Drugs: MFG, DEL, SELL, POSS, nolle, by agreement with State. Carry Weapon—Intent to Employ in Offense, nolle, by agreement with State.

Ralph S. David: Possession Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia Uses & Activities, nolle, by agreement with State. Simple Possession/Casual Exchange, guilty as charged, probation term of 11 months, 29 days, $734.78 cost, $750 fine. Simple Possession/Casual Exchange, nolle, by agreement with State.

Billy Wright: Burglary—Other Than Habitation, bound over. Burglary—Auto, bound over. Burglary—Other Than Habitation, bound over. Theft of Property ($1,000 to $10,000), bound over. Possession of Burglary Tools, bound over.


Benton


Anthony L. Cross: DUI: Third Offense, guilty as charged, sentenced to PCJ for 120 days, credit for time served, probation term of 11 months, 29 days, $743.56 cost, $1,100 fine. Driving While License Revoked—2nd or Subsequent, nolle, by agreement with State.

Taylor A. Brooks: Domestic Assault, nolle, by agreement with State.

Brian Henry Louden: Criminal Trespass, nolle, by agreement with State, restrained from going on victim’s property.

Shannon Fowler: Criminal Trespass, nolle, by agreement with State, restrained from going to the Kangaroo Market.

Christopher A. Green: Failure to Appear Felony, nolle, by agreement with State.

Robin Welch: Schedule II Drugs: MFG, DEL, SELL, POSS, bound over. Schedule II Drugs: Meth, bound over. Unlawful Possession of Weapon, bound over.

Sarah C. McElhannon: Schedule II Drugs: Meth <1/2 Gram: School Zone, bound over. Schedule II Drugs: MFG, DEL, SELL, POSS, bound over.

Asa Dwayne Flowers: Assault—Attempt, nolle, by agreement with State. Possession Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia Uses & Activities, nolle, by agreement with State.

Joshua T. Grady: Simple Possession/Casual Exchange, guilty as charged, probation term of 11 months, 29 days, $734.78 cost, $250 fine.



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