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Superior Court docket – July 7

Superior Court
Abbreviation Key
CAAFóCourt-appointed attorney fee
CSWóCommunity service work
EHAóElectronic house arrest
PJC/CóPrayer for judgment continued/court costs
SAAóSubstance abuse assessment
VDóDismissal without leave by district attorney
Disposition of cases heard the week of July 7 in Rowan Superior Administrative Court by Judge Susan Taylor:
– Allowing unlicensed to drive ó Mechelle Lucille Burton, also disorderly conduct, 30 days, suspended two years, court cost, 50 hours CSW.
– Felony obtaining property by false pretense ó John Mark Euart, two charges, 8-10 months, suspended, five years probation, restitution, 100 hours CSW, 12 months EHA, court cost, DNA sample, also two more charges felony obtaining property by false pretense, 8-10 months at expiration of first sentence, suspended, five years probation, same terms and conditions, also fifth charge felony obtaining property by false pretense and assault on a female, 8-10 months at expiration of second sentence, suspended, five years probation, same terms and conditions as first judgment.
– Felony possession of Schedule II controlled substance ó Steven Mark Farmer, three years probation, drug education program, $100 SBI lab fee, seized substances to be destroyed.
– Driving while impaired ó Patsy Charlene Garmon, order of remand.
– Felonious restraint ó Donald Ramon King, 16-20 months, suspended, three years probation to transfer to state of Maryland, DNA sample, obtain sex offender assessment and follow all recommended treatment, have no contact with anyone under age 18 unless accompanied by mother or father, no contact with Marilyn Miller, not possess any computer unless employed and then under supervision for work-related purposes only, not engage in any telephone chat rooms or have telephone conversations with anyone under age 18, not participate in any chat rooms or access any pornographic web sites, court cost, CAAF, six months intensive probation, DNA sample.
– Felony possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine ó Christopher Lee Erwin, two charges, also habitual felon, 70-93 months, jail credit, work release when eligible.
– Felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver Schedule VI controlled substance ó James Antonio Barnes, 6-8 months, suspended, three years probation, $1,000 fine, court cost, SAA and follow recommended treatment, $300 SBI lab fee, not possess any controlled substance, contraband, drug paraphernalia, warrantless searches, also two charges felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place for controlled substance, 6-8 months in one case to run concurrently with first sentence, suspended, three years probation, same terms and conditions, VD in second case.
– Felony attempt to traffic in amphetamine/methamphetamine ó Yuliana Soriano Salazar, two charges, also felony possession of controlled substance on prison/jail premises, felony possession of cocaine, felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver methamphetamine, felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place for controlled substance, 10-12 months, suspended, 30 months probation, $500 fine, court cost, warrantless searches, not possess any illegal controlled substance, body testing, six months intensive probation, SAA and abide by recommended treatment, not assault, threaten or harass Gonzalo Caleron Martinez, evidence to be retained, CAAF, also no operator’s license and giving fictitious information to officer, VD.
– Felony attempted robbery with dangerous weapon ó Albert Broce Shelton Jr., two charges, also habitual felon, 93-121 months, jail credit, also felony breaking and/or entering, VD.
– Felony possession with intent to sell and deliver Schedule IV controlled substance ó Jennifer Dawn Stamper, also felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place for controlled substance, 4-5 months, suspended, two years probation, SAA, follow recommended treatment, warrantless searches, not possess any controlled substance, drug paraphernalia, contraband, stolen property and weapons, body testing, court cost, CAAF, money seized to go to school system, contraband to be destroyed.
– Assault inflicting serious bodily injury ó James Marcus Williams, also felony breaking and entering, domestic criminal trespassing and assault on a female, 19-23 months, suspended, five years probation, restitution, six months intensive probation to transfer to Cabarrus County, DNA sample.
– Misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon ó Richard James Cooley, also injury to personal property, 150 days, suspended, two years probation, SAA and follow recommended treatment, not possess any controlled substance other than prescribed medication, not possess any contraband, stolen property, drug paraphernalia or weapons, warrantless searches, body testing, court cost, CAAF, also second charge misdemeanor assault with a deadly weapon, 150 days at expiration of first sentence, suspended, two years probation, same terms and conditions, also felony discharging weapon into occupied property, VD.
– Felony financial card theft ó Daniel Lynn Jordan, five charges, 6-8 months at expiration of any current sentence, suspended, five years probation, six months intensive probation, curfew, CSW, live on family property, not possess any controlled substance other than prescribed by licensed physician, not give any controlled substance to another person, not possess any contraband, drug paraphernalia, alcohol, stolen property, weapons and pornography, warrantless searches, body testing, complete Alfa Acres program, DNA sample, no contact with co-defendant or any drug users, seller or possessors other than those he is in drug treatment with, restitution, court cost, CAAF, also felony possession of firearm by felon and felony larceny of a firearm, 16-20 months at expiration of first sentence, suspended, five years probation, same terms and conditions, also felony second-degree burglary and felony financial card fraud, 16-20 months at expiration of second sentence, suspended, five years probation, same terms and conditions as first judgment, also two charges felony larceny, 10-12 months in one case at expiration of expiration of third sentence, suspended, five years probation, same terms and conditions as first judgment, VD in second case.
– Felony breaking and/or entering ó Elizabeth Anne Merwin, also felony larceny, 8-10 months, suspended, five years probation, serve 2a months in jail, jail credit, six months intensive probation, not possess any alcohol, controlled substance, drug paraphernalia, contraband, weapons, stolen property and pornography, warrantless searches, body testing, court cost, continue to attend Narcotics Anonymous, no contact with co-defendant or victims, restitution, CAAF, also second charges felony breaking and/or entering and felony larceny, 8-10 months at expiration of first sentence, suspended, five years probation, same terms and conditions.
– Felony possession of weapon of mass destruction ó Brian Alexander Melendez, 16-20 months, suspended, five years probation, no contact with John Handy or Jakeith Terry, be employed or in school, not possess any weapon, controlled substance, drug paraphernalia, contraband, alcohol, stolen property or pornography, warrantless searches, body testing, $500 fine, court cost, CAAF, six months intensive probation.
– Felony attempted common law robbery ó Robin Raynard Bost, 13-16 months, jail credit, CAAF, also felony second-degree kidnapping, 42-60 months, jail credit, CAAF.
– Accessory after the fact of assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury ó Kevin Neal Arnette, also accessory after the fact of discharging weapon into occupied property, 13-16 months, suspended, five years probation, six months intensive probation, 100 hours CSW, DNA sample, anger management assessment and classes, not possess any controlled substance, alcohol, drug paraphernalia, contraband, weapon, stolen property and pornography, warrantless searches, body testing, restitution with co-defendants, CAAF.
– Felony possession of stolen goods/property ó Chad Steven Brown, also felony obtaining property by false pretense, 6-8 months, jail credit, also felony breaking and/or entering, felony larceny after breaking/entering and felony obtaining property by false pretense, 8-10 months at expiration of first sentence, suspended, 60 months probation, 12 months intensive probation, court cost, restitution, also felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver cocaine, felony breaking and/or entering and felony larceny after breaking/entering, 8-10 months at expiration of second sentence, suspended, 60 months probation, 12 months intensive probation to run concurrently with second judgment, same terms and conditions as second judgment, also felony breaking and/or entering, VD, also felony larceny, VD.
– Felony assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury ó Sylvia McCleve Murdock, 23-37 months, suspended, 30 months probation, mental health and SAA, participate in recommended treatment, restitution, not possess alcohol, controlled substance, weapon, contraband, stolen property and drug paraphernalia, warrantless searches, body testing, not assault any person, 25 hours CSW, court cost, CAAF.
– Felony first-degree trespassing ó Anthony Fudge, 60 days, suspended, 24 months probation, not go on or about premises of Livingstone College, six months EHA, court cost, CAAF.
– Felony embezzlement ó Pamela B. Beaver, PJC/C, 20 hours CSW, CAAF.
– Misdemeanor larceny ó Joshua Jacobs Smith, two charges, order or remand in both cases.
– Second-degree trespassing ó Bryant Keith Graves, order or remand.

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