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Cases resolved in 2nd, final week of circuit court term

February 9, 2013

By NATHAN GREGORY
citybeat@starkvilledailynews.com

Oktibbeha County Circuit Court wrapped up the second and final week of its January term Friday.

The following cases were resolved.

Curtis Anderson Jr. was found guilty of aggravated assault. He was sentenced to one year in prison, four years of post-release supervision and a $1,200 fine.

Johnathan E. Pratt was found guilty of DUI third. He was placed in the Intensive Supervision/House Arrest program for one year. If he completes the program, he will be placed on supervised probation for four years. Failure to complete the program will result in a five-year prison term. He was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine.

Natasha Lester’s 10-year suspended sentence on an embezzlement count was revoked. She was sentenced to 10 years in prison.

Malcolm J. Smith’s five-year suspended sentence for a count of simple assault on a police officer was revoked. He was sentenced to five years in prison.

William Pegues IV was found guilty of burglary. He was placed on five years probation and ordered to pay a $399 fine along with $195 in restitution.

Malcolm J. Smith was found guilty of possession of cocaine. He was sentenced to two years in prison and two years of post release supervision. He was also ordered to pay a $250 fine along with $250 in restitution.

Raul Portillo was found guilty of grand larceny. He was sentenced to five years of probation and a $1,000 fine.

Ralston Davis was found guilty of burglary of a commercial building and grand larceny. He was sentenced to seven years in prison for the burglary charge and a 10-year sentence for the grand larceny charge with eight of those years suspended. The two sentences are to run consecutively. He was also ordered to pay a $250 fine and $1,110 in restitution. He will be placed on five years of post-release supervision upon his release.

Kendrick Bishop was found guilty of burglary of an automobile and burglary of a dwelling. He was sentenced to five years in prison for the automobile burglary count and five years in prison on the dwelling burglary count. The sentences are to run consecutively. He was ordered to pay $40 in restitution and a $250 fine. He will be placed on five years of post-release supervision upon his release.

Odell W. Robinson was found guilty of sale of marijuana. He was placed on three years of probation and ordered to pay a $1,200 fine.

Dillon Gore was found guilty of aggravated domestic violence. He was sentenced to four years in prison and a $500 fine. He will be placed on five years post-release supervision upon his release.

Dennis Kilborn was found guilty of DUI third. He was placed in the Intensive Supervision/House Arrest program for five years. Failure to complete the program will result in a five-year prison term. He was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine.

Earl Jones was found guilty of DUI third. He was placed in the Intensive Supervision/House Arrest program for five years. If he completes the program, he will be placed on supervised probation for five years. If he fails to complete the program, the Mississippi Department of Corrections may return to Circuit Court for a suspended sentence revocation hearing. He was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine.

Brittany Spinks was found guilty of aggravated assault. She was given a 10-year prison sentence with five of those years suspended. She was ordered to pay a $1,000 fine and $15,000 in restitution. She will be placed on five years post-release supervision upon her release.

Sheri Kennedy was found guilty of possession of amphetamine. She was given an eight-year suspended sentence followed by five years of probation and ordered to pay a $1,000 fine.

Mason Hale was found guilty of grand larceny. He was given a 10-year suspended sentence and ordered to pay a $1,000 fine as well as $500 in restitution.

Anthony Douglas was found guilty of two counts of sale of marijuana.
Courtney Nash was found guilty of aggravated assault.
Willie B. Hampton was found guilty of DUI third. He was placed in the Intensive Supervision/House Arrest program for one year. If he completes the program, he will be placed on supervised probation for four years. Failure to complete the program will result in a five-year prison term. He was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine.

Lasheka Hardy was found guilty of sale of cocaine. She was sentenced to 12 years in prison with five of those years suspended. She will be placed on five years of post-release supervision.

The court declined to accept Lashunda R. Hagen’s guilty plea for felony shoplifting, third offense but was placed on five years probation and ordered to pay a $500 fine and 200 hours of community service.

Kiara Bush’s five-year post-release supervision on a count of taking of a motor vehicle was revoked. Bush was sentenced to five years in prison.

The court declined to accept Jessica Ellington’s guilty plea for possession of morphine in the amount of two dosage units but was placed on five years probation and ordered to pay a $1,000 fine.

Demetrio Poe’s 10-year suspended sentence for two counts of grand larceny. He was sentenced to 10 years in prison on each count to run concurrently. He is also ordered to pay $5,558.01 in fines. He was also found guilty of possession of stolen property and sentenced to four years in prison to run consecutively with his other terms. He was ordered to pay $3,500 in restitution for the count. He was also given five years of post-release supervision.

Douglas Neely Jr. was found guilty of possession of cocaine in an amount less than .1 gram. He was sentenced to one year in prison and ordered to pay a $250 fine along with $250 in restitution. He was given three years of post-release supervision.

The court declined to accept Ryan Brown’s guilty plea for burglary of a building but he was placed on probation for five years and ordered to pay a $500 fine.

The court declined to accept Logan Schott’s guilty plea for possession of marijuana in an amount greater than 30 grams but less than 250 grams but he was placed on three years probation and ordered to pay an $800 fine.

Jottie Dancer was found guilty of DUI third. He was placed in the Intensive Supervision/House Arrest program for one year. If he completes the program, he will be placed on supervised probation for four years. Failure to complete the program will result in a five-year prison term. He was also ordered to pay a $2,000 fine.

Editor’s note: This is a partial list of cases resolved during the term. The remainder of resolved cases will be published in Tuesday’s edition of SDN.

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