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Court case conclusions: Nov. 1-7

 

Adams County Justice Court Cases

Nov. 1-7:

Roderick Jenkins pleaded guilty to contributing to a minor.

Tyler Taylor charged with malicious mischief. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Kimberly Watkins pleaded guilty to malicious mischief.

Devin Carter charged with malicious mischief. Case bound over to the grand jury.

Jeremy Williams pleaded to possession of a controlled substance.

Marcus Mearday charged with sale of a controlled substance. Case bound over to the grand jury.

Adams County Circuit Court Cases

Wednesday, Nov. 6:

Adrian Odell Thomas pleaded guilty to felony DUI in Judge Forest “Al” Johnson’s court. Sentenced to three years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections (MDOC) suspended and placed on one year intensive supervision (house arrest) with the MDOC. Upon successful completion of intensive supervision, the defendant shall be placed on post-release supervision for two years with the MDOC. Must pay a fine of $2,000, a prosecution fee of $200 and any and all court costs and fees within one year of the date.

Eric Kewayne Holmes pleaded guilty to grand larceny in Judge Johnson’s court. The court withheld the guilty plea pending the successful completion of the following conditions: (1) His future good behavior and that he violates no laws for a period of time up to five years, or further order of the court; (2) Payment of all basic court costs, including any fees assessed by Adams County. The defendant failed to successfully meet the above listed conditions and the court will now accept the defendant’s guilty plea. Sentenced to five years in the MDOC to run consecutive to the sentence given in cause number 13-KR-0010-J. Must pay all court costs and fees, to include a $200 prosecution fee. Holmes also pleaded guilty to armed robbery in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to 15 years in the MDOC to run consecutive to the sentence given in cause number 10-KR-0221-J. Full credit given for time served in the Adams County Jail. Must pay all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee.

Tuesday, Nov. 5:

Joseph Smith pleaded guilty to the lesser included offense of simple robbery in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to 10 years in the MDOC. Full credit given for time served in the Adams County Jail. Further ordered that the defendant receive drug and alcohol treatment with the MDOC. Must pay all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee.

Friday, Nov. 1:

Devanta Givens pleaded guilty to aggravated assault in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to five years in the MDOC. Defendant is further ordered to pay any medical expenses not paid by the victim’s compensation fund and all court costs and fees, to include a $200 prosecution fee.

Kerry Hutson pleaded guilty to burglary of a storehouse in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to five years in the MDOC. The defendant will receive full credit for time served as allowed by law. Must pay restitution of $115 and all court costs and fees, to include a $200 prosecution fee. Further ordered that the defendant receive drug and alcohol treatment through the MDOC.

Kelvin L. Abraham Jr. pleaded guilty to burglary of a dwelling (Counts III and IV) in Judge Johnson’s court. Sentenced to five years on count III and five years on count IV to run consecutive in the MDOC. Full credit received for time served as allowed by law. Must pay restitution in the following amounts: $1,750 to the victim in count I; $480 to the victim in counts III and IV; $1,000 to the victim in count V; and $175 to the victim in count VI. Must pay all court costs and fees as well as a $200 prosecution fee. counts I, II, V, and VI (burglary of a dwelling) are dismissed.

Thursday, Oct. 31:

Javon K. Singleton has his probation revoked in Judge Lillie Blackmon Sanders’ court for violating the terms and conditions of his probation: rule No. 10 — not violate any laws of the United States or any state thereof; condition No. 3 — regularly report to his probation officer as directed to him by the court; condition No. 4 — not possess or use illegal drugs; condition No. 10 — not violate any laws of the United States; condition No. 14 — permit his probation officer to visit him at home or elsewhere at any time. Must serve the remaining balance of his five-year sentence in the MDOC. Credit given for any time already served.

Justin Michael Gray pleaded guilty to the lesser included offense of burglary of a building other than a dwelling in Judge Sanders’ court. Sentenced to five years in the MDOC After serving one day, the remaining balance of the sentence is suspended and the defendant is placed on four years, 364 days formal post-release supervision, which shall be supervised under the supervision of the MDOC. Full credit given for any time already served in the Adams County Jail. Must pay all court costs and a prosecution fee of $200 within 30 days from this day in the office of the Adams County Circuit Clerk.

Natchez Municipal Court Cases

Friday, Nov. 1:

Charles McKnight, 54, charged with simple assault — domestic violence. Case dismissed.

Keyjuan J. Thompson, 19, charged with violating the city’s noise ordinance, but it was changed to a warning.

Eddie R. Flowers, 23, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor possession of marijuana. Sentenced to serve five days in jail. Driver’s license suspended for six months. Fine set at $493.

Anna L. Martin, 33, pleaded guilty to shoplifting — second offense. Sentenced to 60 days with 49 days suspended for two years pending good behavior. To serve 11 days in jail. Fine set at $673.

Ieisha Washington 21, 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. Fine set at $573.

Monday, Nov. 4:

Kimberly R. Davis, 24, 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. Fine set at $573. Davis also pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace. Sentenced to 30 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Fine set at $373.

Wednesday, Nov. 6:

Emelda R. Coach Gibson, 41, pleaded guilty to amended charge of disturbing the peace. Sentenced to 30 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Fine set at $523.

Tomerka Scott, pleaded guilty to amended charge of disturbing the peace. Sentenced to 30 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Fine set at $523.

Rebecca A. Butler, 34, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor false pretense. Total fine set at $452.37.

Timothy L. Hollins Jr., 21, pleaded guilty to shoplifting — first 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.