Three Fail Drug Test, Sent To County Jail
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 Judge Susan Melton presided over Cannon County General Sessions Criminal Court on Tuesday, Nov. 29. The results of some of the cases were:

• Regina Ann Smith, charged with Violation of Probation, failed a drug screen and was remanded to the custody of the Cannon County Jail. Her case was reset for Dec. 13.

• Bobby D. Sanders, charged with Violation of Probation, 3rd offense, failed a drug screen and was remanded to the custody of the Cannon County Jail. His case was reset for Dec. 13.

• Kristopher B. King, charged with Violation of Probation, failed a drug screen (tested positive for marijuana) and his probation was revoked. He was remanded to the custody of the Cannon County Jail and his caed was reset for Dec. 13.

• Samer W. Abdalla, Suspended License (sentencing), failed to appear. A Capias was issued for his arrest.

• Bryan D. Blair forfeited cash bond on a Worthless Check charge and the case was dismissed.

• Cody Blake Brown, charged with Criminal Trespass, was reset for Dec. 6. He is currently incarcerated in Rutherford County.

• Stephen Brown forfeited cash bond on a Worthless Check charge and the case was dismissed.

• Noe Israel Campos pled guilty to Driving on a Suspended License. He received a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days, equal time on probation, a $150 fine and was assessed court costs. Campos also pled guilty to Violation of Probation and his probation was extended for 6 months. The probation periods will run consecutively.

• Ray W. Chapman forfeited cash bond on a Worthless Check charge and the case was dismissed.

• Jeffrey W. Christy had a charge of Theft Over $10,000 bound over to the January 20 meeting of the Cannon County Grand Jury.

• Brandon James Croasmun forfeited cash bond on a Worthless Check charge and the case was dismissed.

• Erica Danielle Cunningham pled guilty to Violation of Probation and was ordered to serve her entire sentence of 11 months, 29 days.

• Larry Van Davis pled guilty to Reckless Burning. He received a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days, equal time on probation, and was ordered to pay court costs and restitution.

• Jennifer Lee Deese forfeited cash bond on a Worthless Check charge and the case was dismissed.

• Coty Brandon Ferrell pled guilty to Driving on a Revoked License 3rd offense and Simple Possession of Marijuana. Sentencing was set for Feb. 21.

• Rebecca Louise Glowacky pled guilty to Violation of Probation and her probation was extended for 6 months.

• Joseph M. Graham, charged with Public Intoxication, failed to appear. A Capias was issued for his arrest.

• Joseph Tyler Green pled guilty to Evading Arrest and was sentenced to 11 months, 29 days in the Cannon County Jail. The sentence will run concurrent with one he is currently serving for previous convictions.

• Michael Shane Greer entered a condition plea of guilty under Judicial Diversion to a charge of Domestic Violence. He was placed on probation for 11 months, 29 days and ordered to pay court costs. Greer also entered a conditional plea of guilty to a Worthless Check charge and received probation for 11 months, 29 days.  He was also ordered to pay court costs and restitution.

• Katie Jo Grider received a partially-suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days for DUI 2nd Offense, She was placed on probation for 11 months, 8 days, ordered to pay a $350 and court costs, perform 32 hours community service, and will lose her driver's license for one year.

• Dakota Trey Jones pled guilty to Violation of Probation and his probation was extended 11 months, 29 days. Because he had received probation after entering a conditional plea of guilty to Simple Possession of Schedule II drugs, he received a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days on that charge, equal time on probation, a $750 fine, and was assessed court costs.

• Charles G. Light pled guilty to Violation of Probation and was ordered to serve 47 days in the Cannon County Jail. Upon release he will be back on probation for 9 months.

• Christopher Lee McMahan pled guilty to Habitual Motor Vehicle Offender and Evading Arrest by a Motor Vehicle. Sentencing was set for Feb. 21.

• James Christopher Shamlin, III, pled guilty to Driving on a Suspended License 2nd offense. He received a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days, equal probation time, a $100, was assessed court costs and his license was revoked. He also pled guilty to Violation of Probation and was placed back on probation for 6 months. The probation sentences will run consecutively.

• Catherine Marie Sherrell pled guilty to Violation of Probation. She was placed back on probation for 11 months, 29 days. Because she had been granted judicial diversion on the original charge, Sherrell was found guilty of Simple Posession of a Schedule VI drug and received a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days, equal time on probation, a $250 fine and was assessed court costs.

• Jamie Kay Slatton forfeited cash bond on a Worthless Check charge and the case was dismissed.

• Joseph Matthew Starnes pled guilty to two counts of Driving on a Suspended License. He received two 6-month suspended sentences, two $50 fines and was ordered to pay court cosrs on both cases. The sentences will run consecutively.

• Charie A. Urban, in court for sentencing on a Suspended License conviction, received 6 months probation, a $50 fine and was assessed court costs.

• Jessica Walls pled guilty to Violation of Probation and was placed back on probation for 11 months, 29 days.

• Kimberly Dawn Warren, charged with Simple Possession of Schedule II, was reset for Dec. 6.

• William Elton Eisenmann, charged with Simple Possession of Scheduled II drug, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Illegal Possession or Fraudulent Use of a Credit or Debit Card and Violation of Probation, was reset for Dec. 20.

• Corey Wayne Ferrell, charged with Violation of Probation. was appointed an attorney, assessed a $20 administrative fee, and reset for Dec. 13.

• Louise Catherine Donahue, charged with Worthless Check, was continued. She is reportedly incarcerated in West Palm Beach, FL.

• Shawn Trimis, in court for Suspended License sentencing, was reset for Jan. 3.

• Trevor Lanphere, charged with Violation of Probation, was reset for Jan. 31.

• Timothy Daniel Meeks, charged with Evading Arrest and Violation of Probation (six counts), was reset for Feb. 21.

• Tammy D. Miller, charged with Violation of Probation, was reset for Dec. 13.

• Timothy Ryan Mix, charged with Driving on a Revoked License and Violation of Probation (two counts), was appointed an attorney, assessed an administration fee of $20. and reset for Jan. 31.

• Benjamin Casey Roberts, charged with DUI 1st offense and Driving on a Suspended License, was appointed an attorney, assessed an administrative fee of $20, and reset for Dec. 20.

• Richard McLaughlin, charged with DUI 2nd offense, Driving on a Revoked License, Implied Consent Law violation, Harassment, Seatbelt and Open Container law violations and Violation of Probation, was reset for Jan. 31.

• Barry Wayne Bynum, charged with Violation of Probation, 1st offense, two counts, was reset for Dec. 6.
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November 30, 2011 at 4:29pm
Yeah I see one or two of them driving on a suspended license 2nd offense so now license is revoked?? Well, they will pay those small fines and be driving tomorrow!! You can count on that!
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November 30, 2011 at 4:36pm
The amount of the fines are set by state law, and while they may be small, the court costs amount to hundreds of dollars. With jail space already at a premium, it would be foolish to use it for someone convicted of a misdemeanor offense. I certainly don't want to pay the money to house and feed someone who committed such a minor crime.
November 30, 2011 at 5:22pm
It's the state law that needs to change. Like, whatever vehicle they are caught driving, no matter who it belongs to, shall be confiscated and sold at public auction, along with paying the fines and court cost. That would put a big slow down on these "minor" offenses.
December 03, 2011 at 7:44pm
So what's the point though?? If they can come up with 100 dollar fine and a couple hundred for court costs, and go to probation every week, they can just get right back in that automobile and drive??? Yes I can see it's maybe not appropriate to stick someone in jail on that minor offense, but when they are repeatedly disobeying the laws of the state, they should do some time in jail. I bet they laugh all they way out of the courthouse!

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