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1st APPEARANCE – August 4, 2017

  • Written by  Staff
  • Joshua Barwick: hold for Washington County, theft is $300 or more but less than-2 counts - $5,000 x 2; theft grand of firearm-2 counts - $5,000 x 2; theft petit 1st degree property 100 to Un-2 counts - $2,500 x 2; $25,000 bond
  • Adam Elking: trafficking in methamphetamine (over 400 grams) - $100,000; possession of drug paraphernalia - $2,500; $102,500 bond, hold for 7 days for federal probating to file violation
  • Kristina Hollinsworth: violation of state probation - $7,500 bond
  • Shaun Atkinson: trafficking in methamphetamine (over 400 grams) - $75,000; possession of drug paraphernalia - $2,500; $77,500 bond
  • Christopher Langston: making false report of commission of crime - $5,000; public order crimes misuse of wireless 911 system - $5,000; $10,000 bond
  • Rhonda Truett: making false report of commission of crime - $5,000; public order crimes misuse of wireless 911 system - $5,000; - $10,000 bond; hold for Washington County (violation of state probation) – no bond on Washington County violation of state probation
  • June Brincefield: violation of parole – no bond
  • Nicholas Hollis: passed drug test, defendant to turn himself in by 5 p.m.
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