Meth suspects enter pleas

Staff


 

Six defendants entered guilty pleas to methamphetamine related charges in Circuit Court Thursday earning sentences ranging from two years to twelve years.

Circuit Judge David Bragg took pleas from several defendants with a range of charges. Assistant District Attorney Trevor Lynch represented the state in each case.

William Terry Huneke, Sr., entered a guilty plea to the charge of initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine and received a sentence of 12 years to be served through Community Corrections. He was released from the Cannon County jail where he had been held since October. He was ordered to pay a $2,000 fine plus costs and forfeit any property seized. Karen Campbell represented Huneke.

David W. Jones entered a guilty plea to the charge of promotion of the process to manufacture methamphetamine and
received two years sentence. His sentence was suspended and he was placed on probation, a $2,000 fine and costs. Bud Sharp represented Jones.

Henry Clay Hollandsworth entered guilty pleas to charges of Aggravated Burglary and attempted initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine. He was placed on diversion for a period of five years on each charge to be served concurrently, ordered to pay a fine of $2,000 and costs. Jack Mitchell and Darwin Colston represented Hollandsworth.

Charles Grizzle entered guilty pleas to multiple charges including Theft over $1,000, Burglary, Theft over $500 and
Promotion of the process to manufacture methamphetamine. He was released based on time served and placed on probation for six years, ordered to pay a fine of $2,000 and costs. Josh Crain represented Grizzle. Tina Lyons entered a
guilty plea to Promotion of the process to manufacture methamphetamine. She was released based on time served, placed on probation for a period of four years, ordered to pay a fine of $2,000 and costs. Ken McKnight represented Lyons. Brittney Lott entered a guilty plea to Promotion of the process to manufacture methamphetamine and driving under the influence. She was released based on her time served and placed on probation for two years ordered to pay a
fine of $2,000 and costs. On the driving charge she was released based on her time served, placed on probation for the balance of her 11 month 29 day sentence, ordered to pay a $350 fine, lose her license for a period of 1 year, attend
and complete a driver safety school, and perform twenty-four hours of litter removal. Bud Sharp represented Lott.

Three defendants entered guilty pleas related to an alleged child abuse case. All three defendants had been held in jail since being arrested in October of last year Khadija Frazier entered a guilty plea to the reduced charge of attempted aggravated child abuse. She was released based on her time served and placed on probation for ten years, required to
comply with all requirements and recommendations of the Department of Children's Services and have no contact with any minor children other than her own. Thomas Parkinson represented Frazier.

Co-defendant's Christopher Frazier and Ausharell Frazier each pled guilty to aggravated assault, receiving six-year sentences. They were released based on their time served and placed on probation for six years with the same provision barring any contact with any minor children other than their own. Ken McKnight represented Christopher Frazier. Josh Crain represented Ausharell Frazier.

Samantha Davenport entered a guilty plea to theft over $1,000. She was sentenced to four years, suspended, placed on probation for a period of four years, pay the costs and ordered to pay restitution to the victim.

Karen Campbell represented Davenport. Wesley R. Campbell entered guilty pleas to two counts of aggravated burglary and two counts of theft. He received a sentence of six years to serve in the Department of Corrections and received credit for the time he has served since his arrest in December. Ken McKnight represented Campbell.

Campbell's codefendant Shelby Jordan entered a guilty plea to the offense of facilitation to theft receiving a sentence of eleven months and twenty-nine days. She was released based on her time served and placed on probation for the balance of her sentence of ten months and two days. Josh Crain represented Jordan.