Two Charged In Jail Escape Plead Guilty
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Two of the three people charged in connection with the July 6 escape from the Cannon County Jail pled guilty to their roles in the incident on Thursday, Aug. 4 in the Cannon County Circuit Court of Judge Don Ash.

Aubrey G. Sanders pled guilty to escape and also to initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine. On the methamphetamine charge he was given a 12 year partially suspended sentence, ordered to serve 6 months in jail, fined $2,000, ordered to pay court costs, and placed on state probation for 12 years. On the escape charge he was given a 4 year suspended sentence, to run consecutive to the methamphetamine sentence, and placed on probation for 4 years.

Lisa Marie Winslow, who provided Sanders with clothing during his escape, pled guilty to accessory after the fact to jail escape. She was given a partially suspended sentence of 4 years as a Standard Range 1, 30 percent offender. She was ordered to serve 90 days in jail. She will then be placed on probation for 4 years.

In addition, Robert Sanders, Aubrey Sanders' brother, pled guilty to promotion of methamphetamine manufacture. He was given a partially suspended sentence of 4 years, ordered to serve 4 months in jail, fined $2,000 and assessed court costs. He was also ordered to attend drug treatment for one year and to serve 4 years state supervised probation.

The Sanders brothers were arrested about a week before the escape on the manufacture of methamphetamine charges.

The other person involved in the escape, James W. Hill, has bound his cases over to the September 16 meeting of the Cannon County Grand Jury. He, along with his mother Mary and sister Charlotte, is also charged with attempted first degree murder, aggravated arson and especially aggravated arson.

The results of other cases heard by Judge Ash Thursday included:

• James A. Earls, Jr. pled guilty to initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine. He was sentenced to serve 12 years in the state penitentiary as a Standard Range I, 30 percent offender, placed on Community Corrections for 12 years, fined $2,000 and assessed court costs. Earls also pled guilty to violation of probation and was placed on Community Corrections for 7 years. His sentences are to run consecutive.

• Brandon Michael Brown pled guilty to the charges of possession of a prohibited weapon and reckless endangerment. On each charged he was given a 2 year sentence as a Standard Range I, 30 percent offense and placed on probation for two years. He was also ordered to pay court costs and forfeit the weapon. Brown also pled guilty to violation of probation and his probation period was extended for two years.

• Michael L. Atnip pled guilty to the charges of aggravated burglary and theft over $1,000. On each charge he was given a 3 year sentence as a Standard Range 1, 30 percent offender. The sentence are to run concurrent. He was also ordered to pay $2,420 in restitution to the victim.

• Ashley Nicole Pope pled guilty to promotion of methamphetamine manufacture. She was given a 4 year suspended sentence as a Standard Range 1, 30 percent offender, placed on probation for 4 years, fined $2,000 and assessed court costs. Pope also pled guilty to theft of property and was given a suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days and placed on probation for an equal amount of time. Her sentenced will run consecutive.

• Elijah Lee Murphy pled guilty to the charges of theft over $1,000 and theft under $500. On the first charge he was given a 4 year suspended sentence and placed on probation for 4 years. On the second charge he was given a 3-year suspended sentence and placed on probation for 3 years. He was also ordered to pay restitution in the amount of $550.

• David McPeak pled guilty to the charge of failure to appear. He was given a 3 year suspended sentence as a Standard Range 1, 30 percent offender and placed on probation for an equal amount of time.

• Barry Lee Spurlock pled guilty to reckless endangerment. He was sentenced to serve 11 months, 29 days, placed on probation for an equal amount of time, fined $525 and assessed court costs. Sentencing date was set for Oct. 7.

• Joseph Tyler Green pled guilty to violation of probation. He will undergo treatment at Pathfinders and then be released to Community Corrections for the remainder of this probation period.

• Jerry Rutledge’s petition for a suspended sentence was denied. He was ordered to serve 1 year in jail and upon release will be placed on probation for 2 years.

• John McPeak pled guilty to the charge of initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine. He was given a partially suspended sentence of 15 years in the state penitentiary. He was ordered to serve 6 months in jail, fined $2,000 and assessed court costs. He was also placed on Community Corrections (state probation) for 15 years.

• Christopher Nathan Davenport had a petition for a suspended sentence on a charge of violation of probation denied. He was ordered to serve his original sentence of 3 years.

• Antonette Frattallone pled guilty to initiating the process to manufacture methamphetamine. She was given a partially suspended sentence of 12 years, ordered to serve 6 months in jail, fined $2,000 and assessed court costs. She was also placed on Community Corrections for 12 years.

• Christina Kelley’s request for a suspended sentence was denied.
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August 04, 2011 at 5:59pm
Does anyone have consequences for breaking a law, escaping from prison and you get probation....That's ridiculous.

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