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District Court April 16

District Court
Abbreviation Key
CAAFóCourt-appointed attorney fee.
CSWóCommunity service work.
NPCóNo probable cause found.
PCóProbable cause found.
VDóDismissal without leave by district attorney.
WPCóWaived probable cause.
Disposition of cases heard April 16 in Rowan District Probable Cause Court by Judge Marshall Bickett:
– Felony larceny of firearm ó Adrian Scott Alcala, also felony breaking or entering a motor vehicle and felony larceny of motor vehicle, 8-10 months, work release, CAAF, gun to be returned to owner or destroyed if not claimed in 30 days, also felony larceny after breaking/entering, VD.
– Felony possession of stolen goods/property ó Lucas Ray Anderson, VD.
– Felony possession of firearm by felon ó Xavier A. Blackwood, four charges, also felony possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine, WPC in all five cases.
– Felony possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine ó Michael Angelo Bost, PC.
– Misdemeanor breaking and entering ó Kevin Ray Brown, two charges, 45 days, suspended, 18 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, CAAF, restitution, no contact with victims.
– Felony common law robbery ó Eric Goodrich Burton, WPC; Phillip Westmoreland, PC, also injury to personal property, VD; Mandrail J. Woodberry, PC, also simple assault and injury to personal property, VD.
– Felony larceny of dog ó Dean Campbell, NPC.
– Felony second-degree kidnapping ó William L. Childers, NPC, also felony aiding and abetting, NPC.
– Felony possession of cocaine ó Dennis Devon Cook, also carrying concealed gun, 6-8 months, suspended, 24 months probation, $150 fine, court cost, CAAF, evidence to be destroyed, also possession of drug paraphernalia, VD; Emily Lambert, WPC, also possession of drug paraphernalia, VD; Clarence Eugene Ryne, 9-11 months, suspended, 24 months probation, $250 fine, court cost, CAAF, evidence to be destroyed,DNA sample, also possession of drug paraphernalia, VD.
– Felony possession of stolen firearm ó Roy Avon Davis, also three charges felony possession of firearm by felon, WPC in all four cases.
– Possession of up to a ounce of marijuana ó John P. Frye, 10 days, suspended 12 months, court cost, evidence to be destroyed.
– Felony breaking and/or entering ó Adam Gibson, 6-8 months, suspended, 36 months probation, court cost, CAAF, restitution, remain away from victims, also felony larceny, 6-8 months, suspended, 36 months probation, court cost, restitution, also felony larceny after breaking/entering, VD, also injury to real property, VD; Dale Kim Little, also seven charges felony larceny of a firearm, WPC in all eight charges; Jason A. Long, two charges, also two charges felony larceny, NPC in all four cases.
– Felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver Schedule II controlled substance ó Charles R. Graham, two charges, also two charges felony trafficking in opium or heroin, felony possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine and felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place for controlled substance, WPC in all six cases, also misdemeanor possession of up to a ounce of marijuana, VD.
– Misdemeanor financial card transaction fraud ó Rebecca M. Hartsell, 30 days, suspended 12 months, court cost, restitution, Life Skills program, also felony conspiring to obtain property by false pretense, VD.
– Felony taking indecent liberties with child ó Joel Barthew Hiatt, WPC.
– Possession of drug paraphernalia ó Sharon R. Hollifield, 45 days, suspended, 24 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, CAAF, evidence to be destroyed, also felony possession of Schedule II controlled substance, VD.
– Felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver marijuana ó Nicholas A. Houston, WPC, also carrying concealed gun, VD.
– Felony assault by strangulation ó Omar Huertas, NPC.
– Misdemeanor financial card fraud ó Rashaan Elijah Jones, 45 days, suspended, 24 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, restitution, remain away from victim and her daughter, also felony obtaining property by false pretense, VD.
– Simple possession of Schedule II controlled substance ó Clint Dale Mills, two charges, 120 days in one case, suspended, 24 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, CAAF, evidence to be destroyed, 120 days in second case, suspended, 24 months probation, same conditions, also felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver Schedule IV controlled substance, VD.
– Misdemeanor possession of stolen goods/property ó Eugene B. Norris, 45 days, suspended, 18 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, no contact with co-defendants.
– Assault on a female ó Jamin Josiah Pearman, 150 days, suspended, 24 months probation, $50 fine, court cost, not assault/abuse spouse, complete domestic violence abuser treatment program.
– Felony possession of Schedule II controlled substance ó Edward Matthew Powers, also possession of up to a ounce of marijuana, 12 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, $300 SBI lab fee, evidence to be destroyed, drug education course, 24 hours CSW.
– Driving while license revoked ó Chad Michael Propst, 120 days, suspended, 24 months probation, $200 fine, court cost, also misdemeanor fleeing/eluding arrest with motor vehicle, 120 days, suspended, 24 months probation at expiration of first sentence, same conditions, also speeding, expired/no inspection sticker and possessing/displaying fictitious, cancelled, revoked registration card/tag, VD in all three cases.
– Misdemeanor larceny ó Porshia Rena Rice, 45 days, suspended, 18 months probation, court cost, CAAF, not go to Kmart.
– Felony arson ó Levi Smith, WPC, also misdemeanor breaking and entering, VD.
– Felony second-degree burglary ó Jonathan Grant Vernon, WPC, also resisting public officer, VD.

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