Jail Time Ordered Following Second Meth Conviction
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ANTONETTE FRATTALLONE
Judge Don Ash presided over Cannon County Circuit Court on Friday, July 20, 2012. The results of some of the cases on the docket were:

• Antonette Frattallone agreed to revocation for violation of probation. She was ordered to serve her original 12 year sentence. Frattallone pled guilty to initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine on Aug. 4 of last year. Frattallone also pled guilty to initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine. She was charged for that offense on April 25 of this year. She received an 11 year jail sentence, to run concurrent to the VOP sentence, was fined $2,000 and assessed court costs.

• Christopher Lefever agreed to revocation for violation of probation. He failed a drug screen. His probation was revoked and he was ordered to serve his entire sentence for promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine and felony evading arrest. On Feb. 14 of this year, Lefever agreed to revocation on the charge of Violation Of Probation. He was released on time served and placed on state supervised probation for 6 years. He was also ordered to receive an alcohol and drug assessment. Lafever agreed to serve his entire sentence if he violated probation again.

• Thomas Wade Reed pled guilty to attempt to initiate the process to manufacture methamphetamine. He was sentenced to serve 5 years in jail, fined $2,000 and assessed court costs. Reed also pled guilty to domestic assault. He was ordered to serve 11 months, 29 days in jail. The sentences will run concurrent.

• Ronnie Ramsey pled guilty to initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine. He received a 12 year partially suspended sentenced, was ordered to serve 4 months in jail, fined $2,000, assessed court costs, and was placed on community corrections for 12 years. Ramsey also pled guilty to DUI. He received a partially suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days, 4 months in jail, a $350 fine and was assessed court costs. He must also perform 100 hours of community service and his license was revoked for one year.

• Brandon Croasmun pled guilty to 6 counts of forgery. He admitted to stealing checks from his mother and grandmother, making them out to various businesses and cashing them. He was sentenced to 2 years on each count. Counts 5, 7 and 8 will run consecutive to counts 1, 3 and 4. He will be on state supervision probation for 4 years. He was ordered to pays the court costs on each count and a total of  $1,345 to the victims.

• Christopher Davis pled guilty to assault. He was given a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days and placed on probation for an equal amount of time. He was ordered to pay court costs and to have no contact with the victim or victim's family.

• Jason Couch had a charge of simple possession of marijuana retired for 6 months subject to the payment of court costs.

• Anthony D. Lefever pled guilty to attempt to initiate the process to manufacture methamphetamine. He received a 6 year sentenced, suspended on time served. He was placed on state supervised probation for 6 years, fined $2,000 and assessed court costs.

• Robert L. Judkins pled guilty to disorderly conduct. He was originally charged with assaulting an officer and resisting arrest. He received a 30 days sentence and was assessed court costs.

• Rachel Srour pled guilty to aggravated assault. She received a 5 year sentenced which was suspended on time served. She was placed on state supervised probation for 5 years. Srour also pled guilty to two counts of auto burglary and received a 2 year sentence in each counts. All sentences will run concurrent. She was assessed court costs on all cases and ordered to stay away from the victims and the premises where the offenses occurred.

• Dennis Curtis was found guilty following a bench trial of violation of the implied consent law. His license was revoked for 1 year.

• Stephanie Mooneyham had her agreed order of retirement extended for 11 months, 29 days for violation of probation.

• Timmy Mount agreed to revocation for violation of probation and his probation period was reinstated to 11 months, 29 days.

• Ashley Pope agreed to revocation for violation of probation. She was ordered to serve 60 days and her state supervised probation was extended for 4 years, 11 months and 29 days.

• Joseph Faulk agreed to revocation for violation of probation. His probation was extended for 10 months, 29 days.

• Richard W. Erquhart pled guilty to DUI. He was given a partially suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days, placed on probation for 11 months, 29 days, fined $350, assessed court costs, ordered to perform 24 hours community service, his license was revoked for 1 year, and he was released on time served.
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