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Two persons had the cases against them bound over to the May term of the Cannon County Grand Jury, and three failed drug screens, as Judge Susan Melton presided over Cannon County General Sessions Court on Tuesday, Feb. 21. The results of some of the cases on the docket were:

• Jimmy Douglas Davis, Jr. had bound over to the May term of the Cannon County Grand Jury charges of Theft Over $10,000, Possession Of Stolen Property Over $1,000, Manufacture Of Methamphetamine, Maintaining A Dwelling, Simple Possession Of Marijuana, Possession Of Schedule II Drugs, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia.

• Jesse Joe Wilburn had bound over to the May term of the grand jury charges of Simple Possession Of Schedule II and Driving On Suspended License 2nd Offense.

• Ronica Renee Arnold pled guilty to Driving Without A License. She was given a 30-day suspended sentence, equal time on probation, was fined $2 and assessed court costs.

• Amanda Charlene Barrett pled guilty to Driving Without A License. She was given a 30-day suspended sentence, equal time on probation, was fined $2 and assessed court costs.

• Robert Dale Brown, Jr. agreed to revocation on the charge of Violation Of Probation. He was placed back on probation for 5 months, 10 days and ordered to pay costs, fines and restitution as directed by the probation service.

• Reginald R. Bryant pled guilty to Driving Without A License. He was given a 30-day suspended sentence, equal time on probation, was fined $2 and assessed court costs.

• Donna J. Campbell pled guilty to Driving Without A License. She was given a 30-day suspended sentence, equal time on probation, was fined $2 and assessed court costs.

• Daniel Jacob Carpenter pled guilty to Reckless Endangerment. Sentencing was set for May 22. He will serve 5 days at the Swaim Center and attend DUI school before then. Charges of Open Container and Seatbelt law violations were dismissed.

• Terry Eugene Dyer forfeited cash bond on a Worthless Check charge and the case was dismissed.

• Gregory Wayne Elliott, II admitted to guilt on the charges of Disorderly Conduct and Underage Consumption and entered into an agreed order of retirement for 11 months, 29 days on both charges. He was assessed court costs and ordered to receive an alcohol and drug assessment. A charge of Assault was dismissed by the State.

• Jimmy L. Estes, charged with Violation Of Probation (two counts), failed a drug screen by testing positive for marijuana usage and his bond was revoked. He was remanded to the custody of the Cannon County Jail, appointed the public defender, and his case was reset for March 20.

• Samuel Cruz Gallegos pled guilty to Simple Possession Of Marijuana. He was given a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days, equal time on probation, fined $250, assessed court costs and he was ordered to receive an alcohol and drug assessment.

• Scotty Glenn Grizzle pled guilty to Driving On Suspended License. He was given a 6-month suspended sentence, equal probation time, a $50 fine and assessed court costs. He will also lose his driver’s license for a period determined by the Tennessee Department of Transportation. Charges of Speeding (72/55), Seatbelt, Registration and Financial Responsibility were dismissed.

• Gregory Wayne Hale agreed to revocation on a charge of Violation Of Probation. He was ordered to serve his entire sentence of 11 months, 29 days.

• Chasity L. Hatfield pled guilty to Public Intoxication. She was given a 30-day suspended sentence, equal probation time, fined $50 and assessed court costs.

• Elizabeth Nell Hodge agreed to revocation on the charge of Violation Of Probation. She was ordered to serve 45 days and upon release will be placed back on probation for 10 months, 14 days. Her sentence will run concurrent with one she is currently serving in Wilson County. If she is released from Wilson County before the 45 days is up she will serve the remainder in Cannon County. She agreed to serve her entire sentence for any future violations.

• Jason Lee Hodge, charged with Violation Of Probation 2nd Offense (two counts), failed a drug screen. His bond was revoked and he was remanded to the custody of the Cannon County Jail. He was appointed the public defender and his case was reset for March 20.

• Hugh Anderson Holliman, Theft Of Conveyed Rental Property (Show Cause), failed to appear.

• William David Labbe entered a conditional plea of guilty to Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia. He was placed on judicial diversion for 11 months, 29 days, fined $150 and assessed court costs.

• Kenneth Albert Marx, Jr. agreed to revocation on a charge of Violation Of Probation. He was ordered to serve 21 days in the county jail and upon release will be placed back on probation for 11 months, 8 days.

• Christopher Lee McMahan pled guilty to Driving While Licensed Revoked 2nd Offence. He was given a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days, equal probation time, fined $50, assessed court costs and his license was revoked for one year. McMahan also pled guilty to Evading Arrest By Motor Vehicle. He was given a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days, equal probation time, fined $50 and assessed court costs. His sentences will run consecutively.

• Timothy Daniel Meeks, Violation Of Probation (four counts), failed to appear. A Capias was issued for his arrest.

• Ashley H. Morgan applied for judicial diversion on charges of Simple Possession Of Marijuana and Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia and the case was reset for April 17.

• Amber Rhea Norris was given a 6-month suspended sentence on a guilty plea entered on Feb. 7 to the charge of Driving On Suspended License 1st Offense. She was placed on probation for an equal amount of time, fined $25, assessed court costs and will lose her driver’s license for a period to be determine by the Tennessee Department of Safety.

• Michael A. Parker pled guilty to Driving Without A License. He was given a 30-day suspended sentence, equal time on probation, was fined $2 and assessed court costs.

• Kermit James Peebles, III, charged with Violation Of Probation, failed a drug screen by testing positive for meth, cocaine and marijuana. His bond was revoked, he was appointed the public defender, he was remanded to the custody of the Cannon County Jail, and his case was reset for March 20.

• Jessica Ramey entered into an agreed order of retirement for 11 months, 29 days on charges of Introduction Of Contraband Into Penal Institution and Delivery Of Schedule II Controlled Substance, subject to good and lawful conduct. She was also assessed court costs.

• Benjamin Casey Roberts pled guilty to DUI 1st Offense. He was given a partially suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days, placed on probation for an equal amount of time, ordered to serve 48 hours in the county jail, ordered to perform 48 hours of litter removal, fined $350 and assessed court costs. His driver’s license was revoked for one year and he was ordered to attend DUI school.

• Jeremy Dean Sissom pled guilty to Violation Order Of Protection. He was ordered to serve 11 months, 29 days in the county jail. The sentence will run concurrent with one he is currently serving.

• Sherry Lynn Turner had a charge of Simple Possession Of Controlled Substance dismissed by the State after she provided proof she had a valid prescription.

• Todd Alan Whitmore, Driving On Suspended License 2nd Offense, Seatbelt Law, Financial Responsibility Law, was reset for April 24.

• Johnny E. Whittemore’s petition to reduce fees on his Violation Of Probation convictions was granted by Judge Melton.

• Steven R. Ratliff agreed to revocation on a charge of Violation Of Probation. He was ordered to serve 45 days in the county jail. Upon release he will be placed back on probation for 10 months, 14 days. He was ordered to pay costs, fines and restitution as directed by the probation service. He agreed to serve his entire sentence if he violates probation again.

• Michael Lynn Adcock, Violation Of Probation (two counts), was reset for March 20.

• William Keith Wilson was appointed an attorney, assessed a fee of $20, and had reset for April 24 charges of Simple Possession Of Schedule III and Driving On Suspended License.

• Jason Brockman had five Aggravated Sexual Exploitation Of A Minor charges scheduled for a preliminary hearing on April 25.

• Cynthia D. Taylor, Petition For Contact, was reset for March 6.

• Coty Brandon Ferrell, Sentencing for Driving On A Revoked License and Simple Possession Schedule IV, was reset for March 13.

• Roy Michael Foust, charged with Violation Of Probation (two counts), was appointed an attorney and his case was reset for March 20.

• Kory Lyndell Smith, charged with Violation Of Probation, was reset for April 24.

• Lori Ann Sullins, DUI 1st Offense, was reset for April 24.

• Courtne Grayson Elrod, Disorderly Conduct, Violation Of Probation, was reset for May 22.

• Dallas Jay Rogers, charged with Domestic Assault and Violation Of Probation (two counts), was reset for April 24.

• Billy Joe Griffith, charged with Violation Of Probation, was appointed the public defender and his case was reset for April 24.

• Jerry Ray Gunter, Driving On Suspended License, Registration and Financial Responsibility violations, was reset for March 20.

• Amanda Rhea Hollis, Failure To Appear, was reset for March 16. She is currently incarcerated in Shelby County.

• Patricia House, charged with DUI, was reset for June 19.

• Angel C. Howse, Theft Of Property, was appointed the public defender, assessed an administrative fee of $20, and reset for April 24.

• Floyd David Kirby, Violation Of Probation, was appointed the public defender and the case was reset for July 17. He is currently incarcerated in Warren County.

• Justin Patrick Richardson, charged with Simple Possession Schedule IV, Simple Possession Schedule VI, Simple Possession Legend Drug, Simple Possession Drug Paraphernalia, Inhaling Or Processing Gas For Unlawful Purposes, was reset for May 22.

• Candice Dawn Laxton, Violation Of Probation (two counts), was reset for April 24.

• Larry Dean Leftwich, Violation Of Probation, was appointed the public defender and reset for March 30.

• Kevin Gene Ohler was appointed the public defender on a charge of Violation Of Probation and the case was reset for April 24.
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