Court case conclusions: Tuesday, July 7, 2020

Published 6:15 pm Monday, July 6, 2020

Adams County Justice Court Cases — End Results

Week of June 26-July 2:

Stephen Thomas charged with aggravated assault. Case bound over to a grand jury.

 

Adams County Circuit Court Cases — End Results

Week of June 26-July 2:

None.

 

Natchez Municipal Court Cases — End Results

Wednesday, July 1:

James Earl Banks Jr., 29, pleaded guilty to false information or identification to law enforcement officer. Fine set at $523.75.

James Earl Banks Jr., 29, pleaded guilty to illegal possession of a controlled substance. Fine set at $748.75.

Daisy Marie Brown, 56, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct – disturbing the peace. Fine set at $648.75.

Shanta Maria Butler, 40, pleaded not guilty to disorderly conduct – disturbing the peace.

Rebecca Diann McCullar, 39, pleaded guilty to shoplifting; merchandise value less than $1,000; 1st offense. Sentenced to 30 days suspended pending one year for good behavior. Fine set at $748.75.

Ricardo Dewon Page, 26, pleaded guilty to simple assault – domestic violence. Sentenced to 30 days suspended. Fine set at $748.75.

Hashin Olajuwon Bostic, 27, found guilty after trail in absence of controlled substance violations. Defendant failed to appear — after coming, then leaving. Fine set at $648.75.

Lawrence Louis Swazy, 64, charged with simple assault. Case dismissed.

 

Tuesday, June 30:

Travis Razelle Cade, 28, charged with possession of a stolen firearm. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Travis Razelle Cade, 28, charged with felon carrying a concealed weapon. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Kenneth Daniel Case, 30, charged with four counts of false pretenses. Case bound over to a grand jury on each count.

Jamerial Bruinte Davis, 23, charged with aggravated assault – domestic violence. Waived preliminary hearing. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Austin Randall Miller, 24, charged with rape. Case bound over to a grand jury.

Austin Randall Miller, 24, charged with photographing/filming another without permission where there is an expectation of privacy. Case bound over to a grand jury.