Several bound over to Circuit Court
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Judge Susan Melton presided over General Sessions Court on Tuesday, January 22.  Some of the results of the various cases that appeared on the docket included:

Cody Ryan Burnett's judicial diversion for reckless endangerment was terminated.  Burnett pled guilty to reckless endangerment and was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail.  That sentence was suspended upon equal time on probation, paying a $525.00 fine and the costs.  In another case Burnett's judicial diversion for violating an order of protection was terminated.  Burnett pled guilty to violating an order of protection and was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail.  That sentence was suspended upon equal time on probation and paying the costs.  In another case Burnett agreed to the violation of his probation.  His probation was extended 11 months 29 days.

Haskell Dwayne Carmack 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.

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

Devin Elizebeth Dial's charge of aggravated burglary was bound over to the May term of the Grand Jury.

Luther Carl Hale Jr. pled guilty to theft under $500.00.  He was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail.  That sentence was suspended upon equal time on probation, paying a $100.00 fine and the costs.

Kirk Leroy Kelch's charges of aggravated burglary and vandalism over $500.00 were bound over to the May term of the Grand Jury.

Kathy Kirshner's charge of theft was retired for 11 months 29 days.  She was ordered to pay $500.00 restitution.

Dale Ray Mayo agreed to the violation of his probation.  His probation was extended 11 months 27 days and he was ordered to pay the costs.

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

Kyle Joseph Ortkiese agreed to the violation of his probation.  He was ordered to serve 90 days and his probation was extended 17 months 28 days.  Ortkiese charges of aggravated burglary, evading arrest, and theft over $500.00 were bound over to the May term of the Grand Jury.

Frank Howell Turner agreed to the violation of his probation.  His probation was extended 11 months 29 days and he was ordered to pay the costs.
Melissa Paulette Scott's charge of possession of marijuana was bound over to the May term of the Grand Jury.

Jeffery Randall Shelton's charge of sex offender registry violation was bound over to the May term of the Grand Jury.

Sonny Gene Smith pled guilty to criminal impersonation.  He was sentenced to 6 months in jail.  That sentence was partially suspended upon serving 6 days, equal time on probation and paying the costs.  In another case Smith pled guilty to driving on a suspended license 3rd offense.  He was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail.  That sentence was partially suspended upon serving 6 days, equal time on probation, paying a $50.00 fine and the costs.

Linda Thorton's charge of dogs at large was retired for 11 months 29 days.  Thorton was ordered to pay $360.00 in restitution.

Phillip Adams agreed to the violation of his probation.  He was ordered to serve his original sentence of 11 months 29 days.  In other cases Adams pled guilty to two counts of domestic assault and was sentenced to 11 months 29 days in jail on each count.

Justin L. Roger agreed to the violation of his probation.  He was ordered to serve 5 days and his probation was extended 11 months 29 days.


 

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By: bellagrace on 1/29/13
Why does everyone's case get suspended or more probation..they break probation and they still get out again...then they still get out again...or tell on someone else..then that person get's out i think something is wrong with this picture?

By: dsherron26 on 2/1/13
Of course, the answer to this is to write more laws that they are going to break. Stricter punishment and putting a healthy fear of the consequences would stop a lot of repeat offenders.

By: ftenpenny on 2/2/13
Bring back the chain gang,other states do it an it works,Stop the cuddling.


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