Three Defendants Have 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:

Ravi Goin was bound over to the September, 2010 term of the Cannon County Grand Jury.  He is charged with theft under $500.00, filing a false report, habitual motor vehicle offender 2nd offense, driving on a revoked license 2nd offense, possession of schedule IV drugs and violation of the financial responsibility law.

William Gary Jaco was bound over to the September, 2010 term of the Cannon County Grand Jury.  He is charged with attempted aggravated burglary, domestic assault, failure to register as a sex offender, manufacture of methamphetamine, felony possession of methamphetamine and initiation of the process to manufacture methamphetamine.  In another case, Jaco pled guilty to violation of probation.  His probation was revoked and he was ordered to serve his entire sentence.

Robyn Wilmoth was bound over to the September, 2010 term of the Cannon County Grand Jury.  She is charged with aggravated burglary and theft over $1,000.00.  In another case, Wilmoth pled guilty to the charge of assault.  She was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in the county jail.  That sentence was suspended upon an equal amount of time on probation and paying the court costs.

Michael Montel Leath pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation.  His probation was extended and he was ordered to serve 30 days in jail.

Justin Todd pled guilty to the charge of reckless endangerment.  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 30 days in jail and the court costs.

Melissa Joy Brown pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation.  Her probation was extended and she was ordered to serve 60 days in jail.

Larry Leftwich pled guilty to the charge of vandalism under $500.00.  He was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in the county.  That sentence was partially suspended upon an equal amount of time on probation, serving 4 days in jail and paying the court costs.

Brandon Lee Thomas pled guilty to the charge of simple possession of marijuana.  He was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in the county jail and ordered to serve his entire sentence.

Patsy Ann Whitacre pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation her probation was extended and she was ordered to serve 40 days in jail.

Napoleon Wainwright pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation.  His probation was extended and he was ordered to serve 39 days in jail.

Darrell West pled guilty to the charge of possession of drug paraphernalia.  He was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in the county jail and ordered to serve his entire sentence.

Jennifer Stone pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation.  Her probation was extended and she was ordered to serve 45 days in jail.

Brittany Lynn Ross pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation.  Her probation was extended and she was ordered to serve 60 days in jail.  In another case, Ross pled guilty to the charge of driving on a suspended license.  She was sentenced to 6 months 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.

Amanda Workman pled guilty to the charge of theft under $500.00.  She was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in the county jail.  That sentence was suspended upon an equal amount of time on probation, paying restitution and paying the court costs.

Randall Smotherman pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation.  His probation was extended and he was ordered to serve 60 days in jail.

Jerry Franklin Stacks pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation.  His probation was extended and he was ordered to serve 30 days in jail.

Christopher Paul LaFever pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation.  His probation was revoked and he was ordered to serve his entire sentence.

Jesse Lance Scott pled guilty to the charge of violation of probation.  His probation was revoked and he was ordered to serve his entire sentence.

Richard McLaughlin pled guilty to the charge of 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.  In addition, he lost his license for 1 year.
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September 01, 2010 at 5:36pm
If anyone just wants a short VACATION, then maybe you should just shot someone in the back not once but twice, heck all your gonna get is 12 months in jail, and then get out on paper, Counting your good time and two for one you will be out in what 6 maybe 7 months.
If you get a violation of probation, 99% chance says you will do the entire sentence.
Someone caught dealing, selling or having drugs of any kind gets 4, 5, or 6 years sometimes even more. In the cases that was bound over to the September term of the grand jury there was more people having to serve their entire sentence for crimes that needed to be less Someone gets caught with a simple possession of marijuana charge, they have to do their entire sentence. WHAT IS THIS TOWN REALLY COMING TOO? IS IT ALL IN WHO YOU ARE OR IS IT THAT MONEY HAS SOMETHING TO DO WITH IT? Maybe our new sheriff will be able to help figure this out.
September 01, 2010 at 10:11pm
i dont think the sheriff has any control on how long the sentence should be. the judge has total control over that. please correct me if i'm wrong.
September 02, 2010 at 5:33am
i think one hand washes the other...... but 65stang, ur right. there is no justice in this town.... what happened to the strike 3 law...and prision time... and state time or federal time....above all, i think if the new sheriff will fight for justice, he will earn the trust of the people, like it use to be and not just $ or snitches..... go to the head of the stream put them where they need to go.... and if they turn them out..run them outta town... then they will see the real part, they cannot control our children or the people of cannon county cause another county will dangsure know what to do with the minices to socity
respectfully

victom
September 04, 2010 at 7:43pm
the sheriff has nothing to do with the sentencing. the DA also known as the prosecutor is the one who does the sentencing. he comes up with the sentence and the defendant can accept the bargain or he can take it to trial.
September 10, 2010 at 7:31am
Since God Wilder took all the files to the DA, we should give him a call.... But...WAIT is that why we have Lori Wilder at the S.D. now??

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