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Superior Court

Superior Court
Abbreviation Key
CAAFóCourt-appointed attorney fee
CSWóCommunity service work
PJC/CóPrayer for judgment continued/court costs
Disposition of cases heard Aug. 4 in Rowan Superior Probation Violations and Notice of Indictment/ Arraignment Court by Judge Ripley Eagles Rand:
– Felony probation violation ó Kristy Starr Beck, two charges, PJC/C until April 2009, probation extended one year, weekly drug testing, to be arrested if positive, continue methadone, any recommended drug and prenatal treatment, CAAF; Kori Blake Camps, continue on probation, serve 30 days in jail, six months intensive probation upon release, 30 hours CSW a week if not employed or in school, bi-weekly drug testing, to be arrested if positive or if any meeting with probation officer is missed, CAAF; Khalif Omar Cousar, two charges, 8-to-10-month sentence invoked in one case, jail credit, CAAF, pay remaining money owed in civil suit, 8-to-10-month sentence invoked in second case to run concurrently with first sentence; Anthony Shane Daniels, two charges, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked in each case at defendant’s request with second at expiration of first, credit 35 days served in first case; Deryk Donel-Evans Davis, continue on probation, probation extended six months, complete recommended treatment, become current with money owed and keep appointments with probation officer; Bradley Patrick Earnhardt, 8-to-10-month sentence invoked, credit 28 days served, work release, CAAF; Jeffrey Wayne Galloway, two charges, continue on probation, restitution amount modified, to be arrested if drug test positive after Sept. 1, CAAF; Edward Antiona Morrow, 5-to-6-month sentence invoked, jail credit of 22 days; Travis William Scarborough, continue on probation, probation extended one year and transferred to Cabarrus County, become current with money owed by Feb. 28, 2009, to be arrested if one meeting with probation officer is missed or drug test is positive, CAAF; Marlon Javon Smith, 4-to-5-month sentence invoked, credit two days served, job or education program and substance abuse treatment recommended, CAAF; Christina Upright, continue on probation, DNA sample, become current with money owed by Oct. 31, to be arrested if one probation meeting missed or terminated from Tasc, serve five weekends in jail.
– Misdemeanor probation violation ó Glenda Miller Lugo, continue on probation, served four weekends in jail, complete CSW by Dec. 31, become current with money owed, to be arrested if one meeting with probation officer is missed, CAAF; Bethea Gregory, six charges, one-year sentence invoked at defendant’s request in one case, jail credit, 45-day sentence invoked in one case at defendant’s request to run concurrently with first sentence, four 30-day sentences invoked at defendant’s request to run concurrently.
– Felony identity theft ó Michael Wayne Coomer Jr., 19-23 months at expiration of any other sentence, credit 28 days served, CAAF, job or educational programs and substance abuse treatment recommended.

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