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District Court Aug. 6

District Court
Abbreviation Key
CAAFóCourt-appointed attorney fee
CSWóCommunity service work
NAóNotice of appeal
NPCóNo probable cause found
PCóProbable cause found
PJC/CóPrayer for judgment continued/court costs
SAAóSubstance abuse assessment
SIóSuperceding indictment
VDóDismissal without leave by district attorney
WPCóWaived probable cause
Disposition of cases heard Aug. 6 in Rowan District Criminal Probable Cause Court by Judge William C. Kluttz:
– Misdemeanor possession of Schedule II controlled substance ó Teresa Gentry Adams, also simple possession of Schedule III controlled substance, 12 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, 24 hours CSW, SAA, drug education course, evidence to be destroyed, also contributing to delinquency of juvenile, 45 days, suspended, 12 months probation, court cost, abide by judgment in first sentence.
– Felony breaking and/or entering ó John Forest Bellinger, two charges, also possession of weapon on educational property, 8-10 months at expiration of any other cases, suspended, 18 months probation, special probation of 15 days in jail, credit time served, court cost, restitution, SAA, complete Wilderness treatment program, evidence to be destroyed, DNA sample, no contact with co-defendant or victim, also two charges possession of up to a ounce of marijuana, two charges possession of drug paraphernalia, two charges felony larceny after breaking/entering and one charge felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver marijuana, VD in all seven cases; Jacob Pierce Berrier, five charges, also two charges felony attempt to break or enter a building, 8-10 months, suspended, 18 months probation, special probation of 27 days in jail, credit time served, transfer probation to Davidson County, court cost, SAA, restitution, evidence to be destroyed, also two charges felony possession of burglary tools, four charges felony larceny after breaking/ entering, misdemeanor breaking into coin/currency machine and possession of drug paraphernalia, VD in all eight cases; Dustin Duran Ellis, also felony larceny after breaking/ entering and felony larceny of a firearm, WPC in all three cases; Kenneth Douglas Looney, 8-10 months, suspended, 18 months probation, special probation of 14 days in jail, credit time served, court cost, CAAF, DNA sample, SAA, also felony larceny and felony possession of stolen goods/property, VD; Joshua Gray McDaniel, two charges, 6-8 months, suspended, 12 months probation, court cost, CAAF, SAA, DNA sample, restitution, 50 hours CSW, no contact with victim, also two charges felony larceny after breaking/entering, VD in both cases; Christopher Schaeffer, also felony larceny after breaking/entering, 16-20 months, also two more charges each felony breaking and/or entering and felony larceny after breaking/ entering and three charges injury to real property, VD in all seven cases.
– Felony uttering forged instrument ó Alan Lynn Bradford, two charges, PC.
– Felony possession of cocaine ó Gregory Mark Brown, 6-8 months, suspended, 18 months probation including six months intensive probation, special probation of 13 days in jail, credit time served, court cost, CAAF, SAA, evidence to be destroyed, DNA sample, also resisting public officer, VD.
– Felony possession with intent to sell and deliver counterfeit controlled substance ó Henry Lee Burch III, NPC.
– Felony financial card theft ó Dustin James Conner, also felony breaking and/or entering, 8-10 months, suspended, 18 months probation including six months intensive probation, court cost, CAAF, restitution, 50 hours CSW, DNA sample, remain employed, remain away from Hill’s Minnow Farm and Liberty Feed and Seed, also two more charges felony breaking and or entering, 8-10 months at expiration of first sentence, same conditions, also misdemeanor larceny, felony safecracking and two charges felony larceny, VD in all four cases.
– Misdemeanor breaking and entering ó Haley Gray Cunningham, 45 days, suspended 18 months, SAA, CAAF, complete Path of Hope Program, not associate with victim, also misdemeanor larceny, 45 days at expiration of first sentence, suspended, 18 months probation, also felony possession of stolen goods/property, VD.
– Felony indecent liberties with child ó Greg Robert Gallimore, Howard Thomas Medlin, SI.
– Felony possession of gun on educational property ó Todd Steven Greene, six months probation, court cost, 24 hours CSW, gun to be destroyed, not possess firearm.
– Misdemeanor larceny ó Ashley S. Haithcock, 45 days, suspended 12 months, court cost, restitution, Life Skills course, remain away from JC Penney.
– Felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place to keep controlled substance ó Alvin Lee Holland, also felony fleeing/eluding arrest with motor vehicle, felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver Schedule VI controlled substance and felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver Schedule II controlled substance, SI, also driving while license revoked, VD, also resisting public officer, VD.
– Felony attempt to obtain property by false pretense ó Kevin Leonard Hudley, 10-12 months at expiration of all other sentences, suspended, 18 months probation, special probation of eight days in jail, credit time served, court cost, CAAF, SAA, DNA sample, also driving while license revoked, possession of stolen goods/property and two charges resisting public officer, VD in all four cases.
– Felony abduction of children ó Adam J. Jarosiewicz, NPC.
– Felony possession of firearm by felon ó James Isaac Morton, WPC.
– Felony larceny ó Lonnie Ray Parham, 8-10 months, suspended, 18 months probation including six months intensive probation, court cost, CAAF, restitution, SAA, 50 hours CSW, remain away from Concord Builders, no contact with Jackie Riley.
– Felony possession of marijuana ó Randy Harold Parks, also felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place to keep controlled substance, 6-8 months, suspended, 12 months probation, court cost, SAA, evidence to be destroyed, also felony manufacture of Schedule VI controlled substance, VD, also possession of drug paraphernalia, VD.
– Felony financial card fraud ó Tonia Evette Parks, two charges, 30 days in one case, suspended, 18 months probation, court cost, restitution, CAAF, no contact with victim, 30 days in second case at expiration of first sentence, also two charges felony unlawfully obtaining credit card, VD in both cases.
– Malicious conduct by prisoner ó Sean Michael Peyton, WPC, also resisting public officer, VD.
– Possession of drug paraphernalia ó Cynthia Fields Reeves, 12 months probation, court cost, 24 hours CSW, drug education course.
– Threatening phone calls ó Donna Roberts, PJC/C, no contact with victim.
– Felony statutory rape/sex offense when defendant is 4-6 years older than victim ó Eric John Roth, SI.
– Felony possession of stolen motor vehicle ó Brian Eugene Sifford, NPC, also felony kidnapping, NPC, also felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill/ inflict serious injury and three charges felony robbery with dangerous weapon, WPC in all four cases, also possession of up to a ounce of marijuana, driving while license revoked and giving fictitious information to officer, VD in all three cases.
– Felony dog fighting ó Brad Terrence Simpson, two charges, SI.
– Felony robbery with dangerous weapon ó Anthony Brian Smyre, also felony conspiracy for robbery with dangerous weapon, SI.
– Felony larceny by employee ó Charles Dean St. John, PC.
– Misdemeanor possession of stolen goods ó Christopher Streater, 83 days, credit 69 days served.
– Felony breaking or entering a motor vehicle ó Charles C. Strickland, six charges, 6-8 months, suspended, 18 months probation, special probation of 20 days in jail, credit 20 days served, court cost, CAAF, restitution, SAA, DNA sample, no contact with co-defendant, also possession of drug paraphernalia, simple possession of Schedule VI controlled substance and five charges misdemeanor larceny, VD in all seven cases.
– Misdemeanor possession of marijuana ó Terry Lee Thomas, 12 months probation, court cost, restitution, 24 hours CSW, SAA, drug education course, weapons to be returned, also felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place to keep controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and possessing/selling non-taxpaid alcoholic beverage, VD in all three cases.
– Felony second-degree sexual offense ó Brian Scott Townsend, also felony second-degree rape, SI.
– Assault with a deadly weapon ó Ray Daniel Upright Jr., 120 days, NA, also felony assault on handicapped person, WPC.

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