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Superior Court March 31

Superior Court
Abbreviation Key
CAAFóCourt-appointed attorney fee.
EHAóElectronic house arrest.
VDóDismissal without leave by district attorney.
Disposition of cases heard the week of March 31 in Rowan Superior Administrative Trial Calendar by Judge Chris Collier:
– Felony possession of controlled substance within 300 feet of school ó Edwina Necole Agnew (also known Edwina Shante Agnew), also felony possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine, 23-37 months, suspended, 24 months probation, serve one day in jail, credit time served, court cost, $300 SBI lab fee, warrantless searches, not use, possess or control any illegal drugs, body testing, provide DNA sample, contraband to be destroyed.
– Felony conspiracy to commit robbery with dangerous weapon ó William Demorris Jefferies, James Louis Johnson, 20-33 months, suspended, 36 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, warrantless searches for stolen property and firearms, not use any firearms, not go on or about premises of Food Lion No. 10, three months EHA, provide DNA sample, seized property to be destroyed; Wilmington Steele IV, 20-33 months, suspended, 36 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, CAAF, warrantless searches for stolen property and firearms, not use any firearms, not go on or about premises of Food Lion No. 10, three months EHA, provide DNA sample, seized property to be destroyed.
– Driving while impaired ó Anthony Ernest Long, 21 months, CAAF, DART program recommended, also driving while license revoked, VD.
– Felony assault inflicting serious bodily injury ó Gary Dionne Lowe, 17-21 months, jail credit, CAAF a condition of work release.
– Driving while license revoked ó Samuel Lee Archie McBride, two charges, also reckless driving/wanton disregard and fleeing/ eluding arrest with motor vehicle, 120 days, also five more charges driving while license revoked and two charges driver failure to wear seat belt, 120 days at expiration of first sentence, suspended, 18 months probation, court cost, CAAF, not operate motor vehicle until licensed to do so, also violation of court order, 120-day sentence invoked, also displaying another’s license as own, driving/allowing motor vehicle with no registration to be driven, giving fictitious information to officer, driving/allowing motor vehicle to be driven with registration plate not displayed, two charges operating vehicle with no insurance and two charges possessing/displaying fictitious, cancelled, revoked registration card/tag, VD in all eight cases.
– Felony possession of firearm by felon ó Diane Marie Scruggs, also felony possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, felony possession of Schedule II controlled substance and felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place to keep controlled substance, 12-15 months, suspended, 18 months probation, serve 14 days in jail, jail credit, $100 fine, court cost, $300 SBI lab fees, warrantless searches for controlled substance and firearms, not use, possess or control any illegal drugs, body testing, provide DNA sample.
– Felony breaking and/or entering ó Joshua Ross Wise, two charges, also two charges felony larceny after breaking/entering, 6-8 months, jail credit, also felony possession of firearm by felon, 12-15 months at expiration of first sentence, suspended, 30 months probation including six months intensive probation, court cost, restitution, CAAF, warrantless searches for controlled substances and stolen property, not use, possess or control any illegal drugs, body testing, no contact or communication directly or indirectly with victims or their families.
– Felony possession of controlled substance on prison/jail premises ó Dontee Jamar Wood, VD.
– Felony common law robbery ó Tyler Garrett Kirk, 15-18 months, suspended, 36 months probation, probation to transfer to Buncombe County, serve 60 days in jail, jail credit, court cost, restitution with co-defendants, not use, possess or control any illegal controlled substance, body testing, complete Safe Haven program and follow recommended treatment, no contact directly or indirectly with Janet Petrozelle, John Petrozelle or the Country Market, provide DNA sample.
– Felony failure to register as sex offender ó Joseph Allen Cahoon, 17-21 months, CAAF a condition of work release.
– Larceny from the person ó Jonathan Todd Trexler, 80-105 months, jail credit, restitution and CAAF a condition of work release.

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