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1st APPEARANCE – March 29, 2018

  • Written by  Staff
  • Kaitlyn Corbin: violation of conditional release (petit theft) – withhold adjudication of guilt, 4 months county jail, $230, recommend public works, county time served 8 days
  • Lacy Adams: violation of county probation (driving while license suspended or revoked) – 9 months county jail, $300, no public works, inpatient drug treatment, can serve in treatment, revoke probation, county time served 1 day
  • Derek Benefield: false report to law enforcement officer, driving while license suspended or revoked – bring back 4-3-18 @8:30
  • Amber Stewart: battery – bring back 4-3-18 @ 8:30
  • Kimberly Knox: violation of conditional release (request refund with false rec.) – withhold adjudication of guilt, 60 days county jail, $360, recommend public works, county time served 9 days
  • Charles Brown Jr.: failure to appear driving while license suspended or revoked – 6 month probation, $400, obtain valid driver’s lic3ense, do not operate without
  • Norris Adkins: violation of conditional release – already plead no action on conditional release
  • Aaron Walker: possession of methamphetamine - $5,000; possession of drug paraphernalia - $2,500; $7,500 bond
  • Tiffany Starling: violation of conditional release (battery, domestic violence) – 6 month county jail, $178, recommend public works, county time served 2 days
  • Alain Adan: burglary of unoccupied dwelling - $20,000 bond no contact with victim or residence
  • Bhaviniben Patel: grand theft over $300 - $500 cash only bond
  • Monica Willis: possession of methamphetamine - $10,000; possession of drug paraphernalia - $5,000; providing false name to law enforcement - $5,000; resisting an officer without violence - $5,000; habitual traffic offender - $10,000; violation of state probation – no bond; possession of marijuana less than 20 grams - $5,000; $40,000 bond, no bond on violation of state probation
  • Katrina Sides: hold for Washington County - $20,000 bond
  • Frankie Davis: burglary of unoccupied dwelling – no contact with victim or residence - $10,000 bond on new charge; violation of county probation (driving while license suspended or revoked) – revoke probation, withhold adjudication of guilt – 6 month county jail, $230, recommend public works, county time served 2 days
  • Louis Litke: violation of conditional release (battery domestic violence); child support – leave purge the same – 4 months county jail, $340, county time served 2 days, recommend public works
  • Joshua Clenney: hold for Calhoun County – no bond
  • William C. Huff: driving while license suspended or revoked – 30 days county jail or $400 within 60 days, failure to appear, arraignment letter returned, rescind warrant, D6 in error
  • Eddie James Green: issuing worthless checks, capias issued, $195.50 through state attorney office then case to be dismissed – in house pre-trial intervention, rescind warrant
  • Kimberly Rushin: petit theft, violation of county probation – modify revocation to time served, fine already worked off, amended order of revocation
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