Father, Son Receive Circuit Court Sentences
Sunday, January 8, 2012 6:44 am
A father and son were among those sentenced following their appearances on separate charges in Cannon County Circuit Court on Friday, Jan. 6.
• Adam L. McClure entered conditional pleas of guilty under judicial diversion to Aggravated Burglary, Theft of Property Over $500 and Tampering with Evidence. McClure was involved in a home invasion in July 2011 during which an X-Box, video games and a ring were stolen. Some of the items were later discovered in a creek behind McClure's home.
McClure was placed on state supervised probation for 4 years, 6 months and was ordered to pay $200 in restitution. Judge Ash asked McClure's mother if there were any other conditions she wanted, and then ordered him to obtain his GED and get a job. He then told the 18-year-old, "If I were you I wouldn't be here (courtroom) again."
• Adam W. McClure agreed to revocation on a charge of Violation of Probation. He was ordered to serve his entire 1-year sentence and was given credit for time served. He is the father of Adam L. McClure.
• James Lee McPeak pled guilty to Manufacture of Methamphetamine. He received a 12-year suspended sentence, was placed on Community Corrections for 12 years, fined $2,000 and assessed court costs. McPeak also pled guilty to Theft Over $10,000. He was placed on Community Corrections for 6 years and ordered to pay restitution. In another case McPeak pled guilty to $Theft Over $1,000 and was placed on Community Correction for 4 years.
McPeak also pled guilty to another charge of Theft Over $1,000 and was placed on Community Corrections for 3 years, which will run consecutive to the prior sentences. He will spend a total of 15 years on Community Corrections. He also must perform 200 hours of community service work and receive a minimum of 1 year alcohol and drug treatment.
• Mary Carmack pled guilty to Filing a False Report. She received a 3-year jail sentence. That sentence was suspended on time (5 days) served. She was placed on probation for an equal amount of time, ordered to restitution to the victims and to stay away from the victims, the victim's family and the victim's residence.
• Jennie N. Rawls pled guilty to Simple Possession of a Schedule III drug. She received a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days and was placed on probation for an equal amount of time. She was also fined $750 and assessed court costs. In another case, Rawls pled guilty to Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. She received a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days and equal time on probation. She was also fined $150 and assessed court costs. Her probation periods will run concurrent.
• Aubrey G. Sanders had a revocation hearing on a Violation of Probation charge continued until March 9. Sanders testified that he has been on drugs since he was 15 and thinks he needs help. However, he failed to report to his probation officer on Oct. 15 following his release from jail and did not report to the Pathfinders Treatment Center as directed on Oct. 24. When he did report to Pathfinders on Nov. 4 he was turned away because of a previous conviction. He will remain in jail until his next court date.
• Misty Rutledge agreed to revocation on a charge of Violation of Probation. She was sentenced to 60 days in the Cannon County Jail and given credit for time served. Upon release she will be placed back on state supervised probation for 2 years, 6 months. She was also ordered to receive and alcohol and drug assessment. She agreed to serve her entire sentence if she violates probation again.
• Jennifer Woodlee pled guilty to Attempt to TennCare Fraud. She received a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days and was placed on probation for an equal amount of time. She was fined $250, assessed court costs, and was ordered to pay $90 restitution to TennCare.
• Corey L. Crawford-Young was found in Contempt of Court and was sentenced to serve 10 days in the Cannon County Jail after failing a drug test. Crawford-Young was in court on a Show Cause after allegedly violating the terms of Retirement by testing positive for marijuana usage. His case was reset for March 9.
• Glenn Climer II had a Revocation hearing reset for Feb. 10 Climer is currently incarcerated in the Rutherford County Jail. He was indicted by the Rutherford County Grand Jury last week on charges of attempted second-degree murder and attempted aggravated child abuse. He has also been charged with child abuse, resisting arrest and assault on a police officer. He is on probation in Cannon County after pleading guilty to attempted aggravated assault.
• Lea Ann Farless had a Revocation hearing reset for Feb. 10.
• Christopher Paul Lefever had a Revocation hearing reset for Feb. 10.