Courthouse Records: Monday, Aug. 20, 2012

Published 12:02am Monday, August 20, 2012

Adams County Justice Court Cases

Week of Aug. 10-16:

Barry J. Newcomb pleaded guilty to false identification. Newcomb also pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana.
Fabian Diaz charged with possession of crack. Case bound over to a grand jury.
Dakria King charged with disturbing the peace. Case remanded to files.
Keosha Bradley charged with cyberstalking. Case remanded to files.
David Key Johnson charged with sale of a controlled substance. Case bound over to a grand jury. Johnson also charged with felony child endangerment. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Adams County Circuit Court Cases

Thursday, Aug. 9:

Torrain Bruce pleaded guilty to sale of schedule I controlled substance marijuana, less than 30 grams, non-habitual, being count 1 and possession of schedule I controlled substance marijuana, more than 30 grams but less than 250 gram, non-habitual, being count 2 in Judge Lillie Blackmon Sanders’ court. Sentenced to three years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections on count 1 and three years in the MDOC on count 2 to run concurrently. It is further ordered that upon the recommendation of the District Attorney of the Sixth Judicial Circuit Court District for the State of Mississippi any outstanding pending charges are hereby and shall be dismissed. Credit for any time already served be given. Upon release from the MDOC the defendant shall pay all court costs and a prosecution fee of $200.00 in the office of the Adams County Circuit Clerk.

Thursday, July 26:

Dondi Dixon pleaded guilty to simple robbery in Judge Forrest “Al” Johnson’s court. Sentenced to 10 years in the MDOC. After serving five years, the remaining balance is suspended and the defendant is placed on formal reporting post-release supervision for five years with the MDOC. Defendant shall receive full credit for time served in the Adams County Jail. Must pay restitution of $180.65 as set out in the restitution form for plea, and all court costs and fees as well as a $200.00 prosecution fee.

Wednesday, July 25:

Derrick L. Coleman has his post-release supervision revoked in Judge Johnson’s court. The defendant was clearly in violation of the terms of his supervision by failing to abstain from the use of alcohol or illegal drugs. The defendant tested positive for marijuana and opiates on May 3, 2012. Furthermore, the defendant was arrested on May 2, 2012 for two counts of sale of schedule I controlled substance (marijuana) within 1,500 feet of a church, possession of a schedule II controlled substance (cocaine) with the intent to distribute within 1,500 feet of a church, possession of a schedule V controlled substance (promethazine) within 1,500 feet of a church, reckless driving, and felony eluding a law enforcement officer. Must serve the remaining balance of his sentence in the MDOC.
Matthew J. Baker pleaded guilty to sale of a schedule III controlled substance (hydrocodone) in an amount being less than 100 dosage units in Johnson’s court. Sentenced to six years in the MDOC. It is further ordered that the defendant receive full credit for time served and the remaining balance of the sentence be suspended. Defendant is to be placed on formal reporting post-release supervision for five years with the MDOC. Must pay a fine of $1,000, a prosecution fee of $200 as well as all court costs and fees. As a special condition, the defendant has 60 days within which to pay in full all courts ordered amounts.
Darryl Lee Smith pleaded guilty to possession of a schedule II controlled substance (cocaine) more than 0.1 grams but less than two grams in Johnson’s court. Sentenced to three years in the MDOC suspended and placed on probation for three years with the MDOC. Must pay a fine of $1,000, a prosecution fee of $200 and any and all court costs and fees.
Kelvin D. Jones has his post-release supervision revoked in Johnson’s court. The defendant was clearly in violation of the terms of his supervision by failing to abstain from the use of alcohol and illegal drugs. The defendant tested positive for marijuana in June, July and August 2011. Must serve the remaining balance of his sentence in the MDOC.
Carlos Owens pleaded guilty to possession of a schedule V controlled substance (codeine), more than 500 milliliters but less than 1,000 milliliters in Johnson’s court. Sentenced to six years in the MDOC. Defendant to receive full credit for time served and the remaining balance to be suspended and defendant is placed on post-release supervision for five years, formal reporting with the MDOC. Must pay a fine of $1,000.00 and all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee.
Kendrick D. Williams pleaded guilty to possession of a schedule II controlled substance (cocaine) in an amount greater than 10 grams, but less than 30 grams, without intent and without school zone enhancement in Johnson’s court. Sentenced to 15 years in the MDOC. After serving five years, sentenced is to be suspended and the defendant is placed on post-release supervision for 10 years. The first five years to be formal reporting post-release supervision with the remaining five years to be non-reporting post-release supervision with the MDOC. Must pay a fine of $5,000 and all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee.
Judith Lynn Roberts pleaded guilty to possession of two or more precursor chemicals with the intent to unlawfully manufacture methamphetamine (count II) in Johnson’s court. The State agrees to dismiss counts I (possession of scheduled II controlled substance — methamphetamine) and III (manufacture of schedule II controlled substance – methamphetamine). Sentenced to five years in the MDOC suspended and placed on probation for five years with the MDOC. Must pay a fine of $5,000 and a prosecution fee of $200 as well as all court costs and fees.
Corey J. Taylor pleaded guilty to possession of a schedule I controlled substance, marijuana, more than 30 grams but less than 250 grams without intent to distribute and without firearm enhancement in Johnson’s court. Sentenced to two years in the MDOC suspended and placed on one year formal reporting post-release supervision with the MDOC. Full credit given for time served in the Adams County Jail. Must pay a fine of $1,000 and all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee. In the event the defendant pays in full the fines and fees, the defendant may be placed on non-reporting post-release supervision.
Blarrington S. Ashley has his post-release supervision revoked in Johnson’s court. Defendant was clearly in violation of the terms of his supervision by failing to report in January and February 2012. Must serve the remaining balance of his sentence in the MDOC.
Alexandra L. Shell pleaded guilty to burglary of a dwelling in Johnson’s court. Sentenced to 11 years in the MDOC. Defendant will receive full credit for time served. The remaining 10 years is to be suspended and the defendant shall be placed on post-release supervision with the first five years to be formal reporting and the remaining five years to be non-reporting post-release supervision with the MDOC. Must pay restitution of $1,000 as set out in the restitution form for plea, a fine of $1,000, all court costs and fess as well as a $200 prosecution fee.
Lyndon Ivory pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact to robbery in Johnson’s court. The court withholds acceptance of the guilty plea pending the successful completion of the following conditions: (1) His future good behavior and that he violates no laws, for up to three years, or further order of the court; (2) Payment of restitution in the amount of $7,000 as agreed to on the Restitution Form for Plea; (3) His appearance before this Court on Monday, Nov. 5, 2012 at 9 a.m. to check payment status of said restitution; (4) All basic court costs, including any fees incurred.
John Williams pleaded guilty to burglary of an automobile (Count II) in Johnson’s court. Upon acceptance of the defendant’s guilty plea, the State agrees to dismiss counts I & III (burglary of an automobile) of the indictment. Sentenced to six years in the MDOC. After serving five years, sentenced is to be suspended and the defendant shall be placed on formal reporting post-release supervision for one year with the MDOC. Must pay restitution of $724.64 as set out in the restitution form for plea, and all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee. As a special condition of the defendant’s post-release supervision, he is to be held in custody for placement by the MDOC into a Restitution Center for payment of the Court ordered amounts.
Christina M. Delaughter pleaded guilty to uttering a forgery (Count V) in Johnson’s court. The State agrees to dismiss remaining counts I through IV and VI through XIV. Sentenced to five years in the MDOC suspended and placed on probation for five years with the MDOC. Must pay restitution of $3,485and a prosecution fee of $200 as well as all court costs and fees.
Crystal Rose pleaded guilty to burglary of an automobile (count I) in Johnson’s court. Upon acceptance of the defendant’s guilty plea, the State agrees to dismiss counts II and III (burglary of an automobile) of the indictment. Sentenced to six years in the MDOC. After serving five years, sentenced is to be suspended and the defendant is placed on formal reporting post-release supervision for one year with the MDOC. Must pay restitution of $724.64 as set out in the restitution form for plea and all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee. As a special condition of the defendant’s post-release supervision, the defendant is to be held in custody for placement by the MDOC into a Restitution Center for payment of the Court ordered amounts.
Travis L. Weems has his post-release supervision revoked in Johnson’s court. The defendant was clearly in violation of the terms of his supervision by failing to abstain from the use of alcohol and illegal drugs. The defendant tested positive for marijuana on May 15, 2012. Furthermore, the defendant has been charged with new crimes in Pike County, Mississippi to include: disturbance of family, resisting arrest, and malicious mischief. Lastly, the defendant has failed to pay the court ordered fines and supervision fees. Defendant must serve the remaining balance of his sentence in the MDOC.
Sonja I. Robertson has his post-release supervision revoked in Johnson’s court. The defendant was clearly in violation of the terms of his supervision by failing to abstain from the use of alcohol and illegal drugs. The defendant tested positive for marijuana, cocaine, opiates and benzodiazepines on July 10, 2012. Defendant must serve the remaining balance of his sentence in the MDOC and ordered to receive drug and alcohol treatment at the MDOC.

Thursday, July 19:

Paul M. Green pleaded guilty to manslaughter in Johnson’s court. Sentenced to 20 years in the MDOC. After receiving credit for time served, the remaining balance is to be suspended. The Court orders for good cause that the defendant be placed on non-reporting post-release supervision for a period not to exceed 10 years with the MDOC. Must pay all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee.
Lizzie A. Madison pleaded guilty to manslaughter in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to 20 years in the MDOC. After receiving full credit for time served, the remaining balance is to be suspended. The Court orders for good cause that the defendant be placed on non-reporting post-release supervision for a period not to exceed 10 years with the MDOC. Must pay all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee.

Tuesday, July 17:

Ashli White, also known as Ashley White, was charged with felony shoplifting on March 22, 2012. Case entered noole prosequi and dismissed in Judge Johnson’s court on July 16, 2012.

Tuesday, July 3:

Stephen Myles pleaded guilty to simple robbery in Judge Sanders’ court. Sentenced to 10 years in the MDOC. After serving five years, the remaining balance is suspended and the defendant is placed on five years post-release supervision with the MDOC. The defendant shall enroll and complete the Alcohol and Drug Treatment Program. Full credit for any time already served is granted.