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General Sessions Report

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The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on September 15 and 16. Cases bound over to Carroll County Circuit Court were:

Robert Gearin, E. Main Street, Sharon, bound over for possession of Schedule I Drugs with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver, possession of Meth with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver, possession of Schedule VI Drugs with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver, felony possession of a firearm with intent to go armed, possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia, driving while license suspended, registration expired, and violation of financial responsibility law.

Ricky J. Lott, Jr., Magnolia Avenue, McKenzie, bound over for aggravated assault, false imprisonment, interference with emergency calls, violation of protective order, domestic assault, theft up to $1,000, driving while license suspended, violation of financial responsibility law, simple possession/casual exchange, and possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia; dismissed: charge of violation of protection order.

The following cases resulted in guilty verdicts or guilty pleas:

Ashley Cannon, 3rd Avenue, Huntingdon, guilty of public intoxication, $50 fine.

Jamie L. Garrison, Hwy 104, Cedar Grove, guilty of two charges of theft up to $1,000, full restitution to victims, supervised probation for 11/19, and 20 days in jail; dismissed: charges of possession of schedule IV drugs and failure to appear.

Latoyia Gordon, Bridgeman Street, Huntingdon, guilty of possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia; dismissed; charges of casual exchange-adult/minor/schedule II and simple possession/casual exchange.

Brian Thomas Jackson, Coon Creek Road, Dickson, guilty of theft up to $1,000, cost and taxes, restitution to business, no contact with the business, and supervised probation 10/14; dismissed; charge of forgery up to $1,000.

Kathie Baker Mann, Green Valley Road, Huntingdon, guilty of failure to appear, cost and taxes; dismissed charges of failure to appear, contempt of court, and public intoxication.

Terry Rice Jr., Kenosha Road, Memphis, guilty of driving while license suspended, $250 fine, cost and taxes; dismissed; charge of violation of light law.

Kelsey Schenk, High Street, Huntingdon, guilty of simple possession/casual exchange and failure to appear, $750 fine, cost and taxes, unsupervised probation for 9/29, and serve 60 days in jail concurrent to Gibson County sentence; dismissed; charges of failure to appear and possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia.

Christopher Taylor, Harris Street, Camden, guilty of failure to appear, $50 fine and serve two days; dismissed; charge of driving while license suspended.

Kristopher Durance Willis, Peggy Lane, Hollow Rock, guilty of domestic assault, cost and taxes, no contact with victim, 120 days to serve in jail or rehab-will get credit for time served in warrior center.

Richard Wyrick, Bridgeman Street, Huntingdon, guilty of possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia, $250 fine, cost and taxes and supervised probation.

The following cases were granted pre-trial diversions:

Andres Echeverri, SW 20th Street, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, pre-trial diversion for simple possession/casual exchange and possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia. Cost and taxes, attend driving school in Florida.

Brian Hayden Hicks, Thompson School Road, Camden, pre-trial diversion for underage driving while impaired, $250 fine and A&D assessment; dismissed; charge of seat belt violation.

Timothy Scott Horn, Hwy 424, Cedar Grove, pre-trial diversion for retailer sale of alcohol to minors, cost and taxes, no further ABC violation and 20 hours community service.

Guy Steven Roberts, Gift Lane, Huntingdon, pre-trial diversion for extortion and harassment, cost and taxes, supervised probation for 11/29 x2, A&D assessment and recommending counseling, no contact with victims.

Christopher Thomas, Oak Manor Road, McKenzie, pre-trial diversion for reckless endangerment-deadly weapon involved-attempt, cost and taxes, no contact with the victim, surrender firearm for period of one year.

The following cases were dismissed:

Eric Lynn Davis, Hwy 79, Atwood, dismissed charge of harassment.

Artavious Marquis Ellison, Rochelle Road, Jackson, dismissed charge of assault-physical contact.

Lucinda Ann Fendley, Newsome Street, McKenzie, dismissed charges of driving while license suspended, speeding, and violation of financial responsibility law.

Mark Russell, Elm Street, McKenzie, dismissed charge of theft of property-$2,500 to $10,000.

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