Court case conclusions: Monday, July 15, 2013

Published 12:01am Monday, July 15, 2013

Adams County Justice Court Cases

Week of July 3-11

Revonte Fletcher charged with possession of a controlled substance. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Lamark Sullivan charged with possession of a controlled substance. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Willis Ivory pleaded guilty to simple assault.

Cartrell Harris pleaded guilty to malicious mischief.

Justin Kelp pleaded guilty to simple assault.

Michael Kirkland charged with aggravated assault. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Lorenzo Tenner charged with possession of a Schedule V controlled substance. Case bound over to a grand jury.Tenner was also charged with possession of a controlled substance. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Marquette Thomas charged with burglary of a commercial building. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Kimberly N. Thomas pleaded guilty to two counts of telephone harassment.

Adams County Circuit Court Cases

Tuesday, July 2

Jearmie Lamar O’Neal pleaded guilty to possession of a stolen firearm in Judge Forrest “Al” Johnson’s court. Sentenced to five years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections suspended, and placed on post-release supervision for five years with the MDOC. Must pay all court costs and fees as well as a $200.00 prosecution fee within 10 days from this date.

Tuesday, June 25

Willie Lee Page Jr. pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge of petit larceny in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to six months in the county jail, suspended. Placed on one year unsupervised probation. Must immediately pay the balance of restitution, if any, to the victim. Must immediately pay court costs of $247.75.

Thursday, June 20

Billy Joe Malcom pleaded guilty to uttering a forgery (Count 2) in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to six years with MDOC. After receiving full credit for time already served, the sentence is suspended and the defendant shall be placed on post-supervision release with the MDOC for five years. Must pay restitution of $2,262.56 to the victim as set forth in the Restitution Form for Plea. Must pay all court costs and fees to include a $200.00 prosecution fee. Counts 1, 3, 4, 5 and 6 (uttering a forgery) and Count 7 (conspiracy to commit a crime) are dismissed.

Chynna Alece Nunnally pleaded guilty to uttering a forgery (Count 1) in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to six years in the MDOC. After receiving full credit for time already served, the sentence is suspended and the defendant shall be placed on post-supervision release with the MDOC for five years. Must pay restitution of $1,260.39 to the victim as set forth in the Restitution Form for Plea. Must pay all court costs and fees to include a $200.00 prosecution fee. The defendant has six months to pay in full the court-ordered fees and restitution. Counts 2 and 3 (uttering a forgery) are dismissed).

Wednesday, June 19

Darrell D. Ross pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor offense of petit larceny in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to six months in the county jail; the Defendant is given credit for time served and the remainder of the sentenced is suspended upon good behavior and strict adherence to the terms of this order. Must pay court costs of $247.75 immediately. Must pay restitution to the victim in the amount of $350.00 immediately. Placed on non-reporting probation for one year.

May 10

Hugh Hedrick, who was charged with possession of a Schedule II controlled substance – methamphetamine, has his case entered nolle prosequi in Judge Lillie Blackmon Sanders’ court for the reason that the co-defendant in this case has exonerated this defendant.

Wednesday, May 8

Jerome Harris, who was charged with burglary of a dwelling, has his case dismissed with prejudice in Sanders’ court for lack of a speedy trial.

Tuesday, May 7

George Byrd, who was charged with possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, has his case retired to the inactive files in Sanders’ court for the reason that after diligent search and inquiry, essential witnesses cannot be found and are, therefore, unavailable.

Wednesday, May 1

Christopher McGehee pleaded guilty to misdemeanor possession of a Schedule III controlled substance in Sanders’ court. Sentenced as follows: (1) serve a period of one year in the county jail; the Defendant is given credit for time served and the remainder of the sentence is suspended upon good behavior and strict adherence to the terms of this order; (2) pay court costs in the amount of $246.00 within 30 days of this Order; (3) pay a fine of $1,000 within 90 days of this Order; (4) be placed on non-reporting probation for one year.

Anthony Steven Holmes, who was indicted with possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance, has his case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Sanders’ court for insufficient evidence to obtain a conviction.

Amanda Nichole Newman, who was indicted on charges of sale and possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance, has her case entered nolle prosequi and dismissed in Sanders’ court for insufficient evidence to obtain a conviction.

Natchez Municipal Court Cases

Wednesday, July 3

Brandon Jamal McKnight, 19, pleaded guilty to shoplifting – 1st offense. Sentenced to 30 days with 19 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. To serve 11 days in jail. Banned from Walmart. Fine set at $573.

Monday, July 8

Brian P. Johnson, 30, pleaded guilty to shoplifting – 1st offense. Sentenced to 30 days with 15 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. To serve 15 days in jail. Fine set at $573. Johnson also pleaded guilty to bond jumping. Fine set at $473.

Debra D. Evans, 52, pleaded guilty to four counts of misdemeanor false pretense. Total fine set at $1,504.50.

Wednesday, July 10

Lucille A. Perry, 20, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor false information. Sentenced to 30 days, suspended for one year pending good behavior. Fine set at $423.

Monday, July 1

Makita Antoinette Smith, 33, pleaded guilty to shoplifting – second offense. Sentenced to 30 days with 26 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. To serve four days in jail. Fine set at $573.

Hope Turner, 26, pleaded guilty to shoplifting – first offense. Sentenced to 30 days with 29 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. To serve 24 hours in jail. Fine set at $573.

Dewayne Dunmore, 31, pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace – domestic violence. Sentenced to 30 days with four days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Twenty-six days served. No fine assessed.

Jerry Lyne Lee, 54, pleaded guilty to felony false pretense. Fine set at $743. Lee also pleaded guilty to five counts of misdemeanor false pretense. Total fine set at $2,008.32.

Tareka O’Quinn, 33, pleaded guilty to shoplifting – first offense. Sentenced to 30 days with 29 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. To serve 24 hours in jail. Banned from Walmart. Fine set at $573.

Gaber Elle Parker, 20, pleaded guilty to shoplifting – first offense. Sentenced to 30 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Banned from Walmart. Fine set at $573.

Voncita Hurts, 20, pleaded guilty to shoplifting – first offense. Sentenced to 30 days with 25 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. To serve five days in jail. Banned from Belk. Fine set at $573.

Friday, June 28

Percy Ellis, 25, pleaded guilty to littering. Sentenced to 10 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Fine set at $249.

Natasha MacKey, 35, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor false pretense. Sentenced to 30 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Total fine set at $436.17.

Sonya Bacon, 31, pleaded guilty to willful trespassing. Sentenced to 10 days with three days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Credit given for seven days served. Banned from Zippy’s. No fine assessed.

Tyonna R. Davis pleaded guilty to shoplifting – second offense. Sentenced to 60 days with 52 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. To serve eight days in jail. Fine set at $673.