Four Cases Bound Over To Grand Jury
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Judge Susan Melton presided over Cannon County General Sessions Court on Tuesday. Some of the results from the various cases which appeared on the docket included:

Terry Scott Austin was bound over to the May, 2011 term of the Cannon County Grand Jury. He is charged with domestic assault.

Johnny Brian Hollis was bound over to the May, 2011 term of the Cannon County Grand Jury. He is charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, aggravated kidnapping, aggravated rape, resisting arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Jennie Rawls was bound over to the May, 2011 term of the Cannon County Grand Jury. She is charged with driving on a revoked license and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Ila Kay Smith was bound over to the May, 2011 term of the Cannon County Grand Jury. She is charged with driving under the influence 3rd offense and driving while revoked. In another case, Smith pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation. Her probation was revoked and she was ordered to serve her entire sentence.

The May term of the Grand Jury meets on the 20th of this month. In other cases Tuesday:

Phillip Mark Adams pled guilty to the charge of domestic assault. He was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in the county jail. That sentence was partially suspended upon an equal amount of time on probation, serving 49 days in jail and paying the court costs. In another case, Adams pled guilty to the charge of vandalism under $500.00.  He was sentenced to 6 months in jail. That sentence was suspended upon an equal amount of time on probation and paying the court costs.

Justin Deaton pled guilty to driving without a license. He was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail. That sentence was suspended upon an equal amount of time on probation, paying a $2.00 fine and paying the court costs.

Corey Ferrell pled guilty to driving under the influence. He was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in the county jail. That sentence was partially suspended upon an equal amount of time on probation, serving 48 hours in jail, paying a $350.00 fine and paying the court costs. His license was also revoked for 1 year.

Kimberly Ann Besner pled guilty to the charge of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. She was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in jail. That sentence was suspended upon an equal amount of time on probation and paying the court costs.

Roy Michael Foust pled guilty to the charge of two counts of contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He was sentenced to 23 months, 28 days in the county jail. That sentence was suspended upon an equal amount of time on probation, paying a $50.00 fine and paying the court costs.

Antonnette Frattallone’s motion for bond reduction was granted. Her bond was reduced to $130,900.00 from $158,000.00.

Caden Jones pled guilty to the charge of theft under $500.00. He was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in jail. That sentence was partially suspended upon an equal amount of time on probation, serving 25 days in jail and paying the court costs.

Lewis Kronnick pled guilty to two counts of driving without a license. He was sentenced to 60 days in jail. That sentence was suspended upon an equal amount of time on probation, paying the court costs and paying a $2.00 fine.

Angela Mathis entered a conditional plea of guilty to the charge of filing a false report. She was placed on probation for 11 months, 29 days and ordered to pay the court costs.

Doyle Mooneyham’s motion for a bond reduction was granted. His bond was reduced from $402,000.00 to $302,000.00.

Maranda Murphy pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation. Her probation was extended and she was ordered to pay the court costs.

Allison W. Parton pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation. Her probation was revoked and she was ordered to serve her entire sentence. In another case, Parton pled guilty to the charge of criminal attempt to commit the offense of failure to appear. She was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in the county jail and ordered to serve her entire sentence. Parton also pled guilty to the charge of theft under $500.00.  She received an 11 month, 29 day sentence and was ordered to serve that sentence.

Golden Robertson pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation. His probation was extended and he was ordered to serve 40 days in jail.

Kayla Sanders pled guilty to the charge of reckless endangerment. She was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in the county jail. That sentence was partially suspended upon an equal amount of time on probation, serving 3 days in jail, paying a $500.00 fine and paying the court costs.

Magnolia Stephens pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation. Her probation was revoked and she was ordered to serve her entire sentence. In another case, Stephens pled guilty to the charge of driving on suspended. She was sentenced to 6 months in jail and ordered to serve her entire sentence. She also pled guilty to the charge of simple possession of methamphetamine. She was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in jail and ordered to serve her entire sentence.

Joseph M. Taylor pled guilty to the charge of simple possession of marijuana.  He was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in the county jail.  That sentence was suspended upon an equal amount of time on probation, paying a $250.00 fine and paying the court costs.
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May 11, 2011 at 2:21am
The judges WERE NOT reducing the meth charges 8 years I don't think they need to reduce them now 8 years ago they WOULD NOT give em' a break why is the system doing it now.All people that is offilated with METH needs to do the max time or they will never learn.Put them in jail for a couple years & throw away the key & extense probation maybe they will learn there lesson.
May 12, 2011 at 4:10pm
Agreed ^
May 13, 2011 at 6:30am
heck, put the cookers, not the victoms on death role..... then they will be no cookers..... now u can help the victoms to recover. does that make sence?
May 13, 2011 at 6:43pm
All drug related offences should be given a long sentence and actually do the whole time. I know people given 4 years in prison and they only end up doing 8 months or less in the county jail. Now how's that for justice? Yes i do believe in rehabilitation and it can happen, but not too likely for most, especially meth related cases.

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