Authorities on the lookout for escapee
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Authorities are on the lookout for Alexander Kirk Webb after he escaped from Tuesday, Oct. 30 General Sessions Court.


Webb appeared before Judge Susan Melton on a violation of probation charge, however, he failed a court ordered drug screen and was ordered remanded into custody.  However Webb ran before he could be taken custody and is still missing.

Judge Ben McFarlin presided over General Sessions Court on Monday, Oct. 29. Some of the results of the various cases that appeared on the docket included:

Lisa Gaye Croasmun pled guilty to solicitation to initiate the manufacture of methamphetamine.  She was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail.  That sentence was suspended upon equal time on probation, forfeiting seized property paying a $150.00 fine and the costs.  In another case Croasmun pled guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia.  She was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail.  That sentence was suspended upon equal time on probation, paying a $150.00 fine and the costs.

Greg H. Mayfield pled guilty to reckless endangerment.  He was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail.  That sentence was partially suspended upon serving 5 days in jail, paying a $525.00 fine and the costs.

Pete Montana Simmons pled guilty to underage consumption.  He was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail.  That sentence was suspended upon equal time on probation, attending DUI School, and paying the costs.  In another case Simmons pled guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia.  He was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail.  That sentence was suspended upon equal time on probation, forfeiting seized property, paying a $150.00 fine and the costs.

Brandon James Croasmun's charges of initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine, maintaining a dwelling for manufacturing methamphetamine, and possession of drug paraphernalia were bound over to the January Term of the Grand Jury.

Joshua Nathaniel Nichols' charges of initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia were bound over to the January term of the Grand Jury.


General Sessions Court
Judge Susan Melton presided over General Sessions Court on Tuesday, Oct. 30.  Some of the results of the various cases that appeared on the docket included:

Dana Binkley's charge of assault was retired for 11 months 29 days.  Brinkley was ordered to pay the costs.

Cody Blake Brown agreed to the violation of probation.  He was ordered to serve 30 days in jail.

Linda C. Hughes agreed to the violation of probation.  She was ordered to serve 7 days and her probation was extended 23 months 2 days.

Kristie Nicole Jones pled guilty to perjury.  She was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail.  That sentence was partially suspended upon serving 22 days, 11 months 7 days on probation and paying the costs.

Joyce Ann Leggett agreed to the violation of probation.  Her probation was extended 11 months 29 days and she was ordered to pay the costs.  In another case Leggett pled guilty to perjury.  She was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail.  That sentence was suspended upon equal time on probation and paying the costs.

Johnny Nathaniel Mitchell agreed to the violation of probation.  He was ordered to serve 30 days in jail and his probation was extended 8 months 29 days.

Mark Wayne Peterson pled guilty to driving without a license.  He was sentenced to 30 days in jail.  That sentence was suspended upon equal time on probation, paying a $2.00 fine and the costs.

Will Parker pled guilty to driving without a license.  He was sentenced to 30 days in jail.  That sentence was suspended upon equal time on probation, paying a $2.00 fine and the costs.

Daniel Ray Rainey agreed to the violation of probation.  His probation was extended 11 months 15 days.

Golden Arnold Roberson agreed to the violation of probation.  His probation was extended 10 months.

Cody Lee Rumsey pled guilty to driving while license revoked.  He was sentenced to 6 months in jail. That sentence was suspended upon equal time on probation, paying a $100.00 fine and the costs.

Kenneth Ray Schultz pled guilty to DUI.  He was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail.  That sentence was partially suspended upon serving 16 days, equal time on probation, losing his license for 1 year, 24 hours of litter removal, paying a $350.00 fine and the costs.

Summer Faye Williams agreed to the violation of probation.  Williams was ordered to serve the original sentence of 11 months 29 days.

Victoria Hope Winchester agreed to the violation of probation.  She was ordered to serve 30 days and her probation was extended 10 months 11 days.

John Wallace agreed to the violation of probation.  He was ordered to serve 30 days and his probation was extended 10 months 29 days.

Adam McClure agreed to the violation of probation.  He was ordered to serve 30 days and his probation was extended 10 months 29 days.

Capiases were issued for Tara C. Boling and Christy N. Shelton for failure to appear.


Cannon County Sheriff's Department

Justin Taggart was arrested on vandalism charges in connection with an incident on Parker Hill Road. Damages were estimated at $1,000.

Jennifer Lynn Wise was charged with theft of more than $1,000 for allegedly stealing a white Dodge Dakota pickup truck. The vehicle was recovered in Madison County, TN. Wise told Deputy Brandon Gullet she had taken the truck to go to her mother's house in Tallahassee, Fla. "I then advised her that she had went the wrong way and she stated that she didn't know how to get to Tallahassee," Gullet reported. A hearing was set for Nov. 27 in General Sessions Court.

Rickey Dean was charged with DUI second offense, driving on a revoked license, violating the open container law and speeding following a traffic stop on John Bragg Highway.

Justin Richardson was charged with public intoxication after he was spotted by Deputy Steve McMillen and Reserve Deputy Jimmy Hayes staggering down the yellow line in the middle of Bradyville Road at Highway 99.

Shiny Topaz Gibbs reported a burglary at her home on Gassaway Road. Among the items taken were a 44-magnum pistol and 12 dollars in change. The serial number for the pistol was turned into NCIC.

Extra patrol was ordered near the intersection of Burt Burgeon and Hollow Springss Roads after several mailboxes, a stop sign and real estate signs were vandalized.

Robin Cook was arrested after Sgt. Randy Neal discovered him slumped over in a black pickup truck at the intersection of Dickens Hill and Hollow Springs Road.  "The black Ford truck was still running was also in drive and the subject had his left hand on the steering wheel and his right foot on the brake," Neal reported.  "I asked the subject if he knew were he was and he stated that he was in the hollow at home and that he had been there all night." Cook was charged with DUI.

CIRCUIT COURT
Judge David Bragg presided over Circuit Court on Thursday, Nov. 1.  Some of the results of the various cases that appeared on the docket included:

Sam Gallegos pled guilty to initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine.  He was sentenced to 12 years in prison.  That sentence was partially suspended upon serving 99 days in jail, 12 years on community corrections probation, 200 hours of public service work, paying a $2,000 fine and the costs.

Brock Young pled guilty under judicial diversion to facilitation to initiate the process to manufacture methamphetamine.  He was placed on state probation for 5 years and ordered to pay a $2,000.00 fine and the costs.

 

Kayla Besner pled guilty to attempted tampering with evidence.  She was sentenced to 3 years in prison.  That sentence was partially suspended upon serving 79 days, 3 years on state probation and paying the costs.

Terri Manlove pled guilty to initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine.  She was sentenced to 12 years in prison.  That sentence was partially suspended upon serving 79 days 12 years on community corrections probation, 200 hours of public service work, paying a $2,000.00 fine and the costs.

Nathan Barnett pled guilty to initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine.  He was sentenced to 12 years in prison.  That sentence was partially suspended upon serving 79 days, 12 years on community corrections probation, 200 hours of public service work, paying a $2,000.00 fine and the costs.

Robert A. Farris pled guilty under judicial diversion to sexual battery.  He was placed on state probation for 4 years and ordered to pay the costs.

Timothy Mears pled guilty to facilitation to initiate the process to manufacture methamphetamine.  He was sentenced to 5 years in prison.  That sentence was partially suspended upon serving 24 days, 5 years on state probation, paying a $2,000.00 fine and the costs.

Robert Watley pled guilty to the charges of theft over $1,000, evading arrest, burglary, aggravated burglary, and passing a worthless check.  In each charge Watley was sentenced to 8 years in prison.  Those sentences were partially suspended upon serving 99 days, 8 years on state probation, and paying the costs.
 
Dustin Rogers pled guilty to two counts of aggravated burglary.  He was sentenced to 6 years in prison on each count.  Those sentences were partially suspended upon serving 99 days, 6 years on state probation and paying the costs.  In another case Rogers pled guilty to theft over $1,000.  He was sentenced to 4 years on prison.  That sentence was partially suspended upon serving 99 days, 6 years on state probation, paying $400.00 restitution and the costs.  In another case Rogers pled guilty to violating an order of protection.   He was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail.  That sentence was partially suspended upon serving 99 days, 8 months 22 days on probation and paying the costs.

Dallas Rogers pled guilty to three counts of aggravated burglary.  He was sentenced to 6 years in prison on each count.  Those sentenced were partially suspended upon serving 98 days, 6 years on state probation, and paying the costs.  In another case Rogers pled guilty to burglary.  He was sentenced to 4 years in prison.  That sentence was suspended upon serving 98 days, 6 years on state probation and paying the costs.

Brandon Croasmun pled guilty to initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine.  He was sentenced to 10 years on prison.  That sentence was partially suspended upon serving 14 days, 10 years on community corrections probation, 200 hours of public service work, paying a $2,000 fine and the costs.  Croasmun also agreed to a violation of probation.  He was ordered to serve 65 days and his probation was reinstated for 4 years.

Bobby W. Pinegar agreed to the violation of probation.  Pinegar was ordered to serve the original sentence of 11 months 29 days.

Audria Estes agreed to the violation of probation.  Estes was ordered to serve the original sentence of 2 years.

Jeffery Thomas agreed to the violation of probation.  Thomas was ordered to serve the original sentence of 2 years.

Johnny Mitchell agreed to the violation of probation.  Mitchell was ordered to serve 30 days and his probation was extended 10 months 15 days.

Darris D. Cooke agreed to the violation of probation.  Cooke was ordered to serve 19 days and his probation was extended 11 months 18 days.

Jimmy D. Davis agreed to the violation of probation.   Davis was ordered to inpatient treatment.

Doyle Mooneyham agreed to the violation of probation.  Mooneyham was ordered to inpatient treatment.

 

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