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2nd week of fall circuit court term ends, 3rd begins

October 28, 2012

The Oktibbeha County Circuit Court finished its second week of the fall term Friday and begins the third and final week today.

The following cases were resolved last week:
April Bumgardner’s post-release supervision was revoked on a count of possession of methamphetamine precursors. Bumgardner was sentenced to five years in prison.

Audreanna Higgins was found guilty of cyberstalking. She was sentenced to five years of probation, a $1,200 fine and $50 in restitution.

Courtney Armstead was found guilty of possession of cocaine. She was given an eight-year suspended sentence, ordered to complete court-sponsored programs and ordered to pay a $500 fine.

Orion Schertzer was found guilty of obtaining a controlled substance by fraud and burglary of a dwelling. For the fraud count he was sentenced to three years in prison. For the burglary count he was sentenced to seven years in prison plus eight years suspended. Those sentences are to run concurrently. He was also given five years of post release supervision and ordered to pay a $2,400 fine and $1,320 in restitution.

Johnathan Velez was found guilty of exploitation of a child. He was sentenced to 15 years in prison with 10 to be served and five suspended.
He was also sentenced to five years of post-release supervision and fined $50,000. He must also pay $1,621.38 in restitution costs.

Jeffery Perry was found guilty of tampering with evidence. He was sentenced to two years in prison, a $3,000 fine and $553 in restitution.

Terry O’Briant was found guilty of uttering forgery. He was placed on five years probation and ordered to pay a $500 fine and $2,728.92 in restitution costs.

Michael Rice’s post-release supervision was revoked on a possession of marijuana with intent to distribute count. He was sentenced to five years in prison.

Douglas Davis’ post-release supervision was revoked. He had previously served two years in prison to be followed by five years of post-release supervision after being found guilty of uttering forgery. He was sentenced to a five-year prison term.

Christopher Harris’ post-release supervision was revoked. He had previously served one year in prison for prescription forgery and found to have violated his post-release supervision terms. He is sentenced to a four-year prison term.

Russell Hobson was found guilty of accessory after the fact to burglary. He was sentenced to five years in prison and his previously ordered costs, fine and restitution are to be paid upon his release.

Clinton Jacob Cook’s suspended sentence was partially revoked. He was sentenced to a 10-year suspended sentence and placed on probation for five years. He was found to have violated his probation and sentenced to serve five years in prison.

Kennie Keys’ suspended sentence was revoked. He was sentenced to serve five years in prison with five years suspended and five years of probation after being found guilty of felony taking of a motor vehicle. He is now sentenced to attend the Regimented Inmate Discipline Program.

Develle Henderson, classified as a habitual offender, was found guilty of tampering with evidence. He was sentenced to two years in prison and ordered to pay a $250 fine. He also was found guilty of robbery. He was sentenced to two years consecutive to other charge and ordered to pay a $250 fine and a restitution of $288.40. He was also placed on five years post release supervision following his release.

Judge Jim Kitchens declined to revoke Joanna Burchfield’s suspended sentence. She was ordered to serve a five-year suspended sentence and five years of probation after she was found guilty of malicious mischief. She has been ordered to complete the Restitution Center Program. If she is able to pay $450 in restitution and a $125 fines, she will be allowed to resume her probation. She is also required to attend weekly community counseling.

Kenyato Johnson was ordered to pay Mississippi State University $2,344.23.

Lee Belk was ordered to pay Autovest LLC $3,418.74.

Kenny Hart was ordered to pay Credit Acceptance Union $4,742.51.

Omega Credit vs. David B. Langford was dismissed.

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