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Superior Court July 7

Superior Court
Abbreviation Key
CAAFóCourt-appointed attorney fee.
CSWóCommunity service work.
PJCóPrayer for judgment continued.
Disposition of cases heard the week of July 7 in Rowan Superior Probation Violations Court by Judge Susan Taylor:
– Felony probation violation ó Michael T. Aistrop, continue on probation under prior terms and conditions, CAAF, to be arrested if he misses one curfew or violates probation; Erica Philece Alexander, three charges, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked in one case, 7-to-9-month sentence invoked in second case, 7-to-9-month sentence invoked in third case at expiration of second sentence; Jeremiah Andrew Atkinson, two charges, 8-to-10-month sentence invoked in first case at defendant’s request, DART program and work release recommended when appropriate, CAAF, civil judgment to be entered, 8-to-10-month sentence invoked in second case at expiration of first sentence at defendant’s request, DART program and work release recommended when appropriate; Tommy J. Christy, Erskine Lewis Kelly Jr., 8-to-10-month sentence invoked at defendant’s request, jail credit; Quinton Andrew Jones, PJC until Sept. 29, 100 hours CSW, complete Life Skills course and be gainfully employed; Dustin Reid Lackey, continue on probation under former orders; Howard Thomas Lowe, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked, jail credit; Jerome Christopher Miller, two charges, 5-to-6-month sentence invoked in one case at defendant’s request, jail credit, 8-to-10-month sentence invoked in second case to run concurrently with first sentence; Bobby Joe Mullens, Lorenzo Lewis Rankin, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked at defendant’s request; Timothy Myers, continue on probation, comply with Daymark recommendations, CAAF, civil judgment to be entered for attorney fees; Katrena Nicole Oxendine, 10-to-12-month sentence invoked, Mary Francis treatment program recommended; Chad Allen Shive, continue on probation, transfer to Henderson County, abide by all terms and conditions, CAAF, civil judgment to be entered; Delwyn Jamar Smith, 5-to-6-month sentence invoked, also misdemeanor probation violation, 45-day sentence invoked; Brian Blair Starnes, probation terminated successfully; Joshua Eran Tarlton, continue on probation, $1,200 to be applied toward restitution, comply with Daymark recommendations in Union County, provide proof of treatment; Christopher Dale Upright, three charges, probation terminated, CAAF; Eddie Gene Williams, continue on probation, probation extended one year including six months intensive probation, obtain substance abuse assessment, follow recommended treatment, warrantless searches, not use or possess any controlled substance, contraband, drug paraphernalia, stolen property, weapons or pornography, body testing; Welborn Lee Williams Jr., two charges, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked in both cases; Jessie Don Woodhull, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked at defendant’s request, jail credit.
– Misdemeanor probation violation ó Tammy Lynn Bare, 45-day sentence invoked; Larry Shannon Barnard, continue on probation under former orders, all money paid to be applied to restitution first; Shana Charlton, continue on probation, 10 hours CSW, CAAF, civil judgment to be entered; Joshua Bradley Craig, 90-day sentence invoked at defendant’s request, jail credit; Joe Lee Eudy, continue on probation including six months intensive probation, obtain substance abuse assessment; Daniel Lynn Jordan, PFC until Sept. 8; Latoya Denise Rankin, continue on probation, probation extended two years, pay $300 court date; Jeremy Lane Sechler, 45-day sentence invoked at defendant’s request, jail credit; Joshua Lee Thomason, 120-day sentence invoked; Tommy Wayne Weatherford Jr., two charges, 120-day sentence invoked in first case, jail credit, CAAF, 120-day sentence invoked in second case at expiration of first sentence.
– Possession of drug paraphernalia ó Brian Thomas Bradshaw, order of remand.
– Misdemeanor probation violation our-of-county ó David Michael Brown, 120-day sentence invoked at defendant’s request, CAAF; Shannon Sanchez Cowan, 60-day sentence invoked at defendant’s request; Tony Lavant Knox Jr., Barbara Moose, probation terminated successfully.
– Felony probation violation our-of-county ó Mitchell Mayfield, probation terminated; Larry Dean Teague, PJC until Sept. 29, proof of McCloud Center attendance; Tamatha S. Tucker (also known as Tammy Tucker), 8-to-10-month sentence invoked at defendant’s request, jail credit.

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