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Court case conclusions, Monday, July 8, 2013

Adams County Justice Court Cases

Week of June 28-July 3

Kelvin Harris pleaded guilty to trespassing.

Jeremy Ealey pleaded guilty to simple assault.

Llewellyn Letcher charged with three counts of arson. Case bound over to a grand jury. Letcher was also charged with possession of a stolen item. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Heather Kelly-Lacrosse pleaded guilty to trespassing less than larceny.

Rovontae Jenkins pleaded guilty to trespassing less than larceny.

Adams County Circuit Court Cases

Thursday, June 6

Khadijah Mosby, who was charged with possession of a weapon by a convicted felon and has admitted to violation of his probation in cause numbered 11-KR-0138-S, had his case entered nolle prosequi in Judge Lillie Blackmon Sanders’ court.

Wednesday, May 29

Carlton Johntrell Hoggatt has his case entered nolle prosequi in Sanders’ court for the reason that the defendant’s probation in cause number 09-KR-0048(A)-S has been revoked and the defendant has been ordered to serve the entirety of his sentenced for armed robbery.

Terry Lamont Williams, who was indicted for sale of cocaine and possession of weapons by convicted felon, has his case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Sanders’ court.

Friday, May 17

Tiffany Davis pleaded guilty to misdemeanor malicious mischief in Sanders’ court. Sentenced to six months in the County Jail, suspended. Sentenced to six months unsupervised probation. Must immediately pay all court costs incurred by the county in the amount of $247.75. May pay a fine of $500.00 to be paid within six months. Must pay restitution to the Natchez Police Department in the amount of $52.00 within six months.

Tangelia Marita Franklin pleaded guilty to grand larceny in Sanders’ court. The Court withheld acceptance of the defendant’s plea and entered an order of non-adjudication of guilt, provided successful completion of the conditions imposed in this order. Must pay all court costs, a $200 prosecution fee and restitution in the amount of $4,291 within one year from this day in the office of the Adams County Circuit Clerk. The defendant is placed on formal probation under the supervision of the Mississippi Department of Corrections for one year.

Monday, May 13

Emily Vaughan Holland pleaded guilty to uttering a forgery (Count 1) in Sanders’ court. The Court withheld acceptance of the defendant’s plea and entered an order of non-adjudication, provided successful completion of the conditions imposed in this order. Must pay all court costs, a $200 prosecution fee and restitution in the amount of $276.59 within 90 days from this day in the office of the Adams County Circuit Clerk. Counts 2-4 (uttering a forgery) are dismissed.

Friday, May 10

William McGraw, who was charged with accessory after the fact, had his case entered nolle prosequi in Sanders’ court for the reason that the state made an agreement with counsel for McGraw to grant him immunity in exchange for his testimony against the co-defendant.

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