Alleged Probation Violators Dominate Court Docket

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The overwhelming majority of the defendants on the Cannon County General Sessions Criminal Court docket for Tuesday, Aug. 30 face one or more charge of violation of probation.

Those persons scheduled to appear before Judge Susan Melton are as follows:

Andrew Scott Asbury, violation of probation.

Ronald Glenn Bedwell, Jr., violation of probation.

Ronnie Bedwell, violation of probation.

James Matthew Beecham, violation of probation.

Winford Nile Belcher, domestic assault.

Becky Lee Bess, violation of probation.

Walter Larry Bess, violation of probation.

Jackie Lynn Bogle, violation of probation.

Harry W. Brandon, simple possession of Schedule drugs, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of Schedule II drugs, reckless endangerment.

Erik Dillion Buckmeyer, registration violation.

Noe Israel Campos, driving on a suspended license 3rd offense, registration law violation, financial responsibility law violation, violation of probation.

Jimmy Wayne Chapman, petition for contact (assault conviction).

Calvin Maurice Conley, violation of probation.

Travis Joe Davenport, underage consumption, show cause.

Jeffrey Lynn Davis, Jr., violation of probation.

Justin Ross Deaton, violation of probation.

Jeremy Wayne Duke, suspended license.

Regina Lynn Farless, worthless check, violation of probation.

Tanya Gaithewr, workless check.

Nichole Lee Gilley, violation of probation.

Katie Jo Grider, DUI 2nd offense, violation of the seatbelt law.

Gretchen Lee Hall, violation of the financial responsibility and open container laws.

Randy Lynn Hall, violation of probation.

James Cody Harris, violation of probation.

Elizabeth Nell Hodge, violation of probation.

Elisha James Jenkins, reckless driving, felony evading arrest, misuse of registration, littering, speeding, violation of the seatbelt, traffic device, insurance and registration laws.

Charles D. Johnson, Jr., financial responsibility, seatbelt 3rd offense.

Jeremy Lee Johnson, driving on a revoked license, financial responsibility, speeding (69/55).

Melissa Fern Jordan, violation of probation.

Trevor Lanphere, violation of probation.

Michael Paul Lowery, financial responsibility, child restraint and seatbelt law violations.

James Bradley Lynch, violation of probation.

Wayne D. Manier, violation of probation.

Angela Jennifer Markum, driving on a revoked license, violation of probation.

Richard McLaughlin, harassment.

Cassi Nicole Morton, violation of probation.

Nichole D. Muncey, violation of probation.

Paul Warren Neilson, violation of probation.

Kristina L. Pitts, phone harassment.

Marlin Christopher Prater,  conspiracy to introduce contraband, possession of a Legend drug, violation of probation.

Michelle Lynn Pyron (Alexander), violation of probation.

Daniel Ray Rainey, domestic assault.

James Lee Rayburn, driving on a revoked license, opener container and insurance law violations, failure to yield.

Golden Arnold Roberson, violation of probation.

Eliazar Sanchez, aggravated domestic assault (two counts), vandalism.

Nancy M. Stafford, worthless check (two counts).

Jeremy Lynn Tenpenny, reckless endangerment, felony evading arrest, suspended license (two counts), failure to appear, violation of probation.

Marcus Edward Tenpenny, reckless endangerment, felony evading arrest, no driver’s license (two counts), driver’s license violation, registration violation, financial responsibility violation.

Mary Ann Thomason, dogs at large.

Christopher A. Turley, violation of probation.

Tina Louise Weaver, financial responsibility law violation.

Jonathan B. Womack, violation of probation.

Jonathan Raymond Womack, worthless check.

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Members Opinions:
August 29, 2011 at 4:35pm
Take these probation violators out and MAKE them do some community service jobs and some hard work. If they actually had to do something besides live off those who do honest work, there might be a reduction in all these probation violators. " Working" might just scare them to death.
August 31, 2011 at 7:06am
I agree with prev comment
September 09, 2011 at 8:04pm
Let them clean the dump up! Now, that would be work!
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