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Cases resolved in 3rd, final week of circuit court term

November 4, 2012

By NATHAN GREGORY
citybeat@starkvilledailynews.com

Oktibbeha County wrapped up the third and final week of its fall term Friday.

The following cases were resolved:

Kewon D. Doss was found guilty of manslaughter. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison, a $1,200 fine and $4,890 in restitution. He had been charged with killing 38-year-old Larry Davis, his uncle, in January.

George Johnson was found guilty of armed robbery and aggravated assault. He was sentenced to 20 years in prison on his armed robbery charge and 10 years for his aggravated assault count. Those sentences are to run concurrently. He was also ordered to pay a $1,200 fine.

D’Antoni Reed was found guilty of domestic violence and simple assault within five years. He was sentenced to five years in prison with three suspended and five years of post-release supervision. He was also ordered to pay a $400 fine and $1473.73 in restitution.

Tyrune Paty was found guilty of possession of cocaine in an amount greater than .1 gram but less than 2 grams as a previously convicted drug offender. He was sentenced to 16 years in prison with 12 to be served and four suspended. He was also sentenced to four years of post release supervision and a $2,400 fine.

Jacob O. Harriel was found guilty of grand larceny and two counts of burglary of an automobile. He will await his sentencing to be handed down Jan. 28, 2013.

Todd Cherry was found guilty of two counts of prescription forgery. He was ordered to serve two five-year suspended terms to run concurrently and to pay a $1,000 fine for each count.

Katrella Springer was found guilty of uttering forgery. She was sentenced to 10 years in prison and ordered to pay a $400 fine and $396.50 in restitution.

Abe Prater Jr. was found guilty of his third DUI. He was placed in the intensive supervision/house arrest program for five years and five years of probation on the condition he is able to complete the program. He was also ordered to pay a $2,400 fine.

Billy Joe Jefferson’s post-release supervision was revoked. He served three years in prison for possession of cocaine followed by five-years post release supervision. He was sentenced to five years in prison and to attend and complete a long-term drug and alcohol rehab.

Shasta Varner was found to have violated her probation on an identity theft conviction. She was serving a five-year suspended sentence. A warrant was issued for her arrest on charges of grand larceny and owing $220 in supervision fees as well as $535 in court fees.

Ladarius Jordan, classified as a habitual offender, was found guilty of tampering with evidence. He was sentenced to two years in prison and a $3,000 fine.

Michael Gregg’s post-release supervision was revoked. He was serving the supervision after serving two years in prison for a felony DUI charge. He was sentenced to three years in prison.

Johnathan Andrew Duncan was found guilty of felony DUI. He was sentenced to five years in prison and a $2,000 fine.

Calvin Smith was found guilty of sale of marijuana less than 30 grams. He was placed on three years probation and ordered to pay a $500 fine and $549.62 in restitution.

Orlando Elliot’s suspended sentence for a count of possession of more than 30 grams of marijuana was revoked. He was sentenced to three years in prison.

The court denied Melvin Gibson’s guilty plea to burglary of a shed, but he was placed on five years probation and ordered to pay $1,500 in restitution and a $400 fine.

Tiffany and John Lilley were jointly and severally ordered to pay RMR Investment Company $26,778.29 plus an attorney fee of $5,492.19, court costs of $120 and a $40 process expense fee for a total of $32,430.48.

Bertha and Wilbur Lucious were ordered to pay Statewide Federal Credit Union $11,144.15 plus a prejudgment of $755.51 and attorney fees of $3,714.72 for a total of $15,614.38.

Brittany Holt was ordered to pay Credit Acceptance Union $10,288.63 plus attorney fees of $1,550.43, a pre-judgment interest of $367 and $212.40 in court costs for a total of $12,418.46.

Christopher S. Smith was ordered to pay Credit Acceptance Corporation $6,654.48.

Kasandra Brooks was ordered to pay Renasant Bank $4,039.08 plus accrued interest of $661.47, attorney fees of $1,013.43 plus court costs of $285 for a total of $5,998.98.

Rosezella Pippins was ordered to pay $3,880.63 to Credit Acceptance Corporation plus attorney fees of $582.09, a $173.50 prejudgment and $225 in court costs for a total of $4,861.22.

Ashley D. Smith was ordered to pay Credit Acceptance Corporation $3,528.40 plus prejudgment of $106.73, $529.26 in attorney fees and $195 in court costs for a total of $4,359.39.

Tim Scott was ordered to pay Mississippi State University $2,429.14 plus $809.63 in attorney’s fees for a total of $3,238.77.

Kervai L. Banks was ordered to pay Trustmark National Bank $1,032.49 plus $344.16 in attorney’s fees for a total of $1,376.65.

Tarsus Outlaw was ordered to pay Mississippi State University $961.98 plus $320.63 for a total of $1,282.61.

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