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Court case conclusions: Published Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2018

Adams County Justice Court Cases

Week of Sept. 21-27

Edward L. Davis pleaded guilty to misdemeanor stalking.

Jerry Jamal Bates pleaded guilty to reduced charge of petit larceny.

Javonte Butler pleaded guilty to reduced charge of petit larceny.

Adams County Circuit Court Cases

Week of Sept. 21-27

None. (none available)

Natchez Municipal Court Cases

Tuesday, Sept. 25

Christopher B. Gales, 42, charged with burglary: all but dwelling. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Michael Carter, 31, pleaded guilty to illegal possession of a controlled substance. Sentenced to 90 days with 87 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Credit given for three days served. Fine set at $1,273.75.

Michael Carter, 31, pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana (1-30 grams) while operating a motor vehicle. Fine set at $1,273.75.

Jamie Johnetta Hargrave, 40, pleaded guilty to simple assault — domestic violence. Sentenced to 60 days with 59 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Credit given for one day served. Fine set at $1,248.75.

Andrew Morgan, 51, charged with burglary of a dwelling whether armed or not, whether occupied or not. Waived preliminary hearing. In jail.

Miranda Latasha Pinder, 38, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor false pretense. Sentenced to 90 days with 89 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Credit given for one day served. Fine set at $1,485.31.

Miranda Latasha Pinder, 38, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor false pretense. Sentenced to 90 days with 89 days suspended for one year pending good behavior. Credit given for one day served. Fine set at $1,529.05.

Wednesday, Sept. 19:

Tara L. Minor, 41, pleaded guilty to motor vehicle: improper/expired driver’s license. Fine set at $232.50.

Tara L. Minor, 41, charged with motor vehicle: expired tag. Case dismissed — tag renewed.

Kenricka Williams, 33, pleaded guilty to motor vehicle: allowing an unlicensed driver. Fine set at $402.50.

Shakeria Williams, 19, pleaded guilty to simple assault. No fine or jail time assessed.

Justin Albert Davis, 30, found guilty in absence of simple assault — domestic violence. Failed to appear. No fine or jail time assessed.

Justin Albert Davis, 30, charged with controlled substance violations. Fine set at $523.75.

Justin Albert Davis, 30, charged with simple assault — domestic violence. No fine or jail time assessed.

Richard Lee Dennis, 25, charged with controlled substance violations. Case dismissed. $100 cash bond refunded.

Richard Lee Dennis, 25, charged with trespassing after notice of non-permission. Case dismissed. $100 cash bond refunded.

Travon Shonell Lyles, 39, charged with simple assault — domestic violence. Failed to appear. Bench warrant for his arrest.

Travis Jamal Webb, 22, charged with controlled substance violations. Case dismissed. $200 cash bond refunded.

William Lane Whitehead, 54, charged with simple assault — domestic violence. Case dismissed.

Bennie Alexander, 52, pleaded guilty to motor vehicle; failure to show proof/maintain liability insurance card. Fine set at $386.

Dennis James Finister, 22, pleaded guilty to illegal possession of controlled substance. $100 fine paid.

Devonta Perry, 26, charged with public drunkenness/vile or profane language in public. Case dismissed.

Devonta Perry, 26, charged with two counts of disorderly conduct — disturbing the peace (public or peace of others). Case dismissed on each count.

Devonta Perry, 26, charged with disorderly conduct — failure to comply. Case dismissed.

Devonta Perry, 26, charged with resisting or obstructing arrest. Case dismissed.

Carlos Antoine Smith, 29, charged with simple assault — domestic violence. Case dismissed.

Monday, Sept. 17:

David Lee Martin, 53, charged with violation of municipal criminal ordinances. Case remanded to file for one year.

Jordyn Allen, 23, charged with motor vehicle: expired tag. Case dismissed.

Kelly Beckman, 42, pleaded guilty to motor vehicle: improper or expired driver’s license. Fine set at $652.50.

Susan Jeanette Bryan, 57, charged with motor vehicle: expired tag. Fine of $252.50 paid.

Flora M. Burns, 53, charged with motor vehicle: speed limits near schools and in other designated special zones. Fine of $262.50 paid.

Ronnie Burt, 42, charged with motor vehicle: failure to show proof of insurance card. Case dismissed.

Johnathan Butler, 39, pleaded guilty to motor vehicle: improper or expired driver’s license. Fine set at $652.50.

Theodore Davis, 31, pleaded guilty to motor vehicle: no seat belt. Fine set at $25.00.

Joel E. Dupre, 49, pleaded guilty to motor vehicle: expired tag. Fine of $252.50 paid.

Stanford Powell, 48, charged with motor vehicle: improper equipment. Case remanded to files.

Hunter Rachal, 20, charged with motor vehicle: improper or expired driver’s license. Failed to appear — bench warrant for his arrest. Fine set at $677.50. Sentenced to five days in jail.

Thomas Jordan Reshard, 20, charged with motor vehicle: improper or expired driver’s license. Failed to appear — bench warrant for his arrest. Fine set at $677.50. Sentenced to five days in jail.

Johnny Rice, 32, pleaded guilty to motor vehicle: improper or expired driver’s license. Fine set at $652.50.

Kenneth Rice, 54, pleaded guilty to violation of municipal criminal ordinances: noise ordinance. Fine set at $353.50.

Sixteen-year-old charged with speeding on local highways. Failed to appear — bench warrant for his arrest. Fine set at $287.50.

Kristie Sewell, 25, charged with motor vehicle: improper equipment. Case remanded to files.

Terrick Treamine Smith, Age N/A, charged with motor vehicle: window tint violation. Case dismissed.

Sharron Thomas, Age N/A, charged with motor vehicle: handicapped, illegal parking in designated zone unlawful to park. Case dismissed — had handicapped placard.

Lynda Williams, Age N/A, charged with motor vehicle: handicapped, illegal parking in designated zone unlawful to park. Fine of $100 paid.

Alisha Wilson, 33, charged with motor vehicle: failure to show proof of insurance card. Failed to appear — bench warrant for his arrest. Fine set at $452.50.

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