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July Circuit term concludes, many cases continued

August 3, 2012

By SHEENA BAKER
dtlnews@bellsouth.net

The July 2012 term of Oktibbeha County Circuit Court concluded Thursday with several criminal offenders pleading guilty to their charge and many cases rescheduled to be heard during the next term of court in October. The following is a recap of cases that became before the court during the July term:
- Tony Davis, charged with rape, continued
- John Bell, charged with armed robbery, no order entered as of Wednesday
- Antonio Lucious, charged with fondling, no order entered as of Wednesday
- Norman Jefferson, charged with DUI-3rd, continued
- James P. Chaney, charged with transfer of hydrocodone, pled guilty Oct. 28, 2008 but no action as of Wednesday during the July term
- Brandon Jones, charged with sale of hydrocodone, continued
- Katrella Springer, chaged with uttering forgery, bench warrant issued for not signing in during court term
- Develle Henderson, charged with forgery, no order entered as of Wednesday
- Kenyear J. Curtis, charged with false pretense, pled guilty Oct. 17, 2010 but still awaiting sentencing
- Clyde Mills, charged with burglary of a dwelling, but the charge was reduced to a misdemeanor. Mills was found guilty of trespassing, ordered to serve six months in the Oktibbeha County Jail and ordered to pay a fine of $500. Mills was found not guilty of burglary.
- Anthony Douglass, charged with sale or transfer of marijuana, continued
- Arthur Brantley, charged with larceny of timber, pled guilty in April of 2010 to the charge, and a bench warrant was issued July 30 for his arrest.
- Johnathan St. Vigne, charged with four counts of auto burglary, pled guilty to two counts, ordered to serve three years at MDOC with five years of post-release supervision and to pay a fine of $750.
- Jamareo Bush, charged with incest, had his suspended sentence revoked and was ordered to serve five years with the Mississippi Department of Corrections.
- Billie Joe Jefferson, charged with possession of a controlled substance, no order entered as of Wednesday
- Johnny Alexander Bailey, charged with identity theft, no order entered as of Wednesday
- Aaron Purnell, charged with malicious mischief, 15 years suspended sentence for burglary of a dwelling revoked and ordered to serve five years with MDOC and to pay a fine of $500.
- Justin Thompson, charged with statutory rape, continued
- Jonathan C. Velez, charged with exploitation of a child, continued
- Aakash Patel, charged with possession of the controlled substance amphetamine, pled guilty and sentenced to five years non-adjudicated probation. Patel was also ordered to pay a $1,000 fine. In count three of his indictment, possession of cocaine, Patel was ordered to five years non-adjudicated probation and ordered to pay a $1,000 fine.
- Dennis Kilborn, charged with DUI-3rd/fleeing a law enforcement officer, continued
- Benjamin Murray, charged with burglary of a dwelling, continued
- Willie E. Scott, charged with shoplifting-3rd offense, sentenced to five years with MDOC with five years suspended and was placed on five years probation, ordered to pay a $300 fine and restitution of $440.90.
- William P. Sneed, charged with possession of cocaine, no order entered as of Wednesday
- Kendrick Bishop, charged with burglary, no order entered as of Wednesday
- Joseph Murray, charged with burglary of a dwelling, made motion July 25 for a speedy trial but no order entered as of Wednesday
- Trymone Derell Bell, charged with burglary of a commercial building, two-year post release supervision sentence revoked
- Terry O’Briant, charged with uttering forgery, continued
- Clayton Sprolley, charged with sale or transfer of cocaine/possession, continued
- Rodrigue Gandy, charged with armed robbery x3. In count one, Gandy was sentenced to 15 years with MDOC followed by five years post release supervision. In count two, Gandy was sentenced to 10 years in prison to run consecutively with count one.
- Alexis Hill, charged with embezzlement, continued
- Damaris Rosenthal, charged with grand larceny, pled guilty and was sentenced to five years non-adjudicated probation and ordered to pay a $500 fine
- Charese Dodd, charged with DUI-3rd, filed petition to enter guilty plea but no final order entered as of Wednesday
- Melvin Gibson, charged with burglary and larceny of a shed, continued
- Charles Hogan, charged with DUI-3rd, pled guilty and was sentenced to five years and ordered to pay a $2,000 fine
- D’Antonio Reed, charged with domestic violence -3rd offense, continued
- D’Shante Nix, charged with auto burglary and armed robbery, continued
- Garry Johnson, charged with aggravated assault, pled guilty and was awaiting sentencing as of Wednesday
- Elroy Graham pled guilty to the charge of sexual battery, was sentenced to eight years followed by five years of post release supervision. Graham was also ordered to pay a fine of $500 and restitution of $373.
- Devin Peairs, pled guilty to the charge of sale or transfer of the controlled substance lesdexa, continued
- LaPrecious Wells, charged with manufacture of a controlled substance, remanded to Justice Court
- Ashley Bock, charged with sale of a controlled substance x3, continued
- Kendelgrius Bouldin, charged with sale or transfer of marijuana x2, continued
- Blake Thorton, sale or transfer of amphetamine x3, continued
- Rachel Norman, charged with uttering forgery, pled guilty, fined $250 and ordered to pay restitution of $1,601
- Daryl Sanders, charged with false pretense, continued
- James Wade Thomas, charged with auto burglary, pled guilty and is awaiting sentencing in October
- Ray Brownlee, charged with embezzlement, continued
- Michael Dennis, charged with burglary of an auto x2. In count one, Dennis was sentenced to five years non-adjudicated probation, fined $500 and ordered to pay $275 in restitution. Count two of his indictment was retired to files.

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