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Superior Court May 19

Superior Court
Abbreviation Key
CAAFóCourt-appointed attorney fee.
CSWóCommunity service work.
PJC/CóPrayer for judgment continued/court costs.
VDóDismissal without leave by district attorney.
Disposition of cases heard in Rowan Superior Administrative Trial Calendar the week of May 19 by Judge R. Stuart Albright:
– Felonious restraint ó Johnnie Mack Allman, also three charges attempted felonious restraint, 15-18 months, suspended, 24 months probation including six months intensive probation, 30 hours CSW, CAAF, no contact with co-defendant or victim, $350 fine, court cost, DNA sample.
– Driving while license revoked ó Keith Alan Anderson, two charges, PJC/C in both cases; Christopher Leonard Cline, also reckless driving to endanger, unsafe passing on yellow line, speeding and fleeing to elude arrest with motor vehicle, 120 days, suspended, 24 months probation, $250 fine, court cost, 30 hours CSW; Donald Dale Harper, 120 days, suspended, 18 months probation including six months intensive probation, 30 hours CSW, $250 fine, court cost, CAAF.
– Misdemeanor assault on government official ó Bruce Calvin Bates, 75 days, jail credit.
– Felony trafficking in opium or heroin ó Christopher Todd Brown, also felony trafficking in MDA/MDMA, felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver MDA/MDMA, felony possession with intent to sell, deliver Schedule III controlled substance, felony possession with intent to sell, deliver marijuana and felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place to keep controlled substance, 70-84 months, jail credit, substance abuse assessment, DART program and work release recommended, $300 SBI lab fee and CAAF a condition of work release, contraband and weapons to be destroyed, money confiscated to be forfeited to Rowan-Salisbury Schools.
– Felony uttering forged endorsement ó Codie Lea Cline, also felony financial card theft, misdemeanor shoplifting and two charges misdemeanor larceny, 4-5 months at expiration of earlier sentence, suspended, 30 months probation including six months intensive probation, substance abuse assessment, not use, possess or control any illegal substance, warrantless searches for illegal controlled substances, body testing, CAAF, court cost, DNA sample.
– Simple assault ó Randal Claude Fowler, PJC/C, restitution to Brian Vinson; Ashley Hyman, 45 days, suspended 12 months, $100 fine, court cost, not assault David Ritchie.
– Driving while impaired ó Ralph Anthony Fuscone, order of remand; Jennette Lovern Howie, 12 months, suspended, 24 months probation, 15 days in jail, $1,000 fine, court cost, CAAF; Freddie Burton Bell Jr., 12 months, jail credit, work release if available.
– Felony failure to register as sex offender ó Christopher Paul Godbey, two charges, 20-24 months in first case, jail credit, work release if available, 20-24 months in second case at expiration of first sentence, also habitual felon, VD.
– Failure to notify Department of Motor Vehicles of address change ó Lakisha Annette Houston, three charges, $50 fine, court cost, also expired registration card/tag, VD, also speeding, VD.
– Misdemeanor possession of stolen goods ó Charles Hasheen Luke, also assault with a deadly weapon, 45 days, suspended, 18 months probation, 30 hours CSW, $250 fine, court cost, also felony breaking and/or entering, VD.
– Felony manufacturing marijuana ó Arturo Pineda Martinez, 4-to-5-month sentence invoked at defendant’s request, jail credit.
– Felony breaking and/or entering ó Donna Jean Strickland, also felony larceny, felony forgery of instrument and felony habitual felon, 101-131 months, jail credit, DART program and work release recommended if available; Rache Jamal Fortson, 5-6 months, jail credit, work release recommended if available, also second charge felony breaking and entering, two charges carrying concealed weapon, possession of handgun by minor, three charges felony breaking or entering a motor vehicle, felony larceny, resisting public officer and three charges misdemeanor larceny, 5-6 months at expiration of first sentence, also felony larceny of firearm and felony breaking or entering a motor vehicle, 5-6 months at expiration of second sentence, also felony breaking and entering, VD.
– Felony first-degree rape of child ó James Edward Downey, guilty by jury, 240-297 months, jail credit, sex offender treatment recommended, also felony indecent liberties with child, guilty by jury, 16-20 months at expiration of first sentence, also felony first-degree sex offense with child, guilty by jury, 240-297 months at expiration of first sentence.
– Attempted trafficking in drugs by possession ó Jarrett Paul Gardner, 19-23 months, jail credit, work release recommended, any earnings to pay $300 SBI lab fee, also attempted trafficking in drugs by transportation, 19-23 months at expiration of first sentence, work release recommended, also felony possession with intent to sell, deliver Schedule III controlled substance and felony possession with intent to sell, deliver Schedule VI controlled substance, VD.

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