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District Court docket – Sept. 10

District Court
Abbreviation Key
CAAFóCourt-appointed attorney fee
CSWóCommunity service work
NGóNot guilty
NPCóNo probable cause found
PCóProbable cause found
SAAóSubstance abuse assessment
VDóDismissal without leave by district attorney
WPCóWaived probable cause
Disposition of cases heard Sept 10 in Rowan District Probable Cause Court by Judge Marshall Bickett:
– Felony taking indecent liberties with child ó William Barnette, WPC.
– Felony obtaining property by false pretense ó Latoya Blakeney, WPC.
– Felony possession of a Schedule II controlled substance ó Steven Lamonte Frost, two charges, 12 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, $600 lab fee, evidence to be destroyed, SAA, drug education course, 24 hours CSW, also misdemeanor fleeing/eluding arrest with motor vehicle and carrying concealed gun, 45 days, suspended, 24 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, also two charges felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place for controlled substance, failure to heel light or siren and failure to stop for stop sign/flashing red light, VD in all four cases; Jermond Q. Hawkins, WPC; Jerry Wayne Kirk, 6-8 months, suspended 24 months, court cost, comply with recommended treatment.
– Misdemeanor larceny ó Chelsea B. Graham, 45 days, suspended 18 months, $50 fine, court cost, 24 hours CSW, restitution.
– Extradition/fugitive other state ó Robert Chad Grant, VD, extradited.
– Felony breaking and/or entering ó Brian Michael Hager, two charges, 10-12 months in one case, suspended, 36 months probation, special probation of 32 days in jail, credit time served, $200 fine, court cost, DNA sample, restitution, CAAF, not possess loose copper, 10-12 months in second case at expiration of first sentence, same conditions, also two charges felony larceny, VD in both cases; Jackie Scott Sanders, four charges, also three charges felony larceny, WPC.
– Felony obtaining controlled substance by fraud/forgery ó Colton Chase Hall, three charges, also felony conspiring to traffic in opium/heroin and three charges felony trafficking in opium or heroin, WPC in all seven cases.
– Felony possession of stolen goods/property ó Damario Jamell Harper, two charges, 8-10 months, suspended, 24 months probation, $50 fine, court cost, CAAF, restitution, remain away from Quinten Jones, DNA sample, also felony breaking and/or entering and two charges felony larceny after breaking/entering, VD in all three cases.
– Felony fleeing/eluding arrest with motor vehicle ó Jeffery Wayne Johnson, 8-10 months, suspended, 24 months probation to transfer to Cabarrus County, $100 fine, court cost, CAAF, DNA sample, also operating vehicle with no insurance and resisting public officer, VD.
– Simple assault ó Steven Drew Laterno, NG, also common law robbery, NPC.
– Felony robbery with dangerous weapon ó Antonio Rashawn Lee, PC.
– Felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver Schedule II controlled substance ó Christopher McCauley, 11-14 months, evidence to be destroyed, CAAF a condition of early/work release, also felony conspiring to sell/deliver Schedule II controlled substance, VD.
– Felony selling Schedule IV controlled substance ó Teresa Fay McNeal, 11-14 months, suspended, 24 months probation to transfer to Moore County, $100 fine, court cost, CAAF, DNA sample, evidence to be destroyed, also felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver Schedule IV controlled substance, VD.
– Felony larceny ó Shawn Joseph McRorie, also possession of stolen goods/property and felony possession of heroin, 11-14 months, suspended, 24 months probation to transfer to Cabarrus County, CAAF, restitution, DNA sample, evidence to be destroyed, no contact with co-defendant, also misdemeanor larceny, VD, also possession of drug paraphernalia, VD; Sandra Jo Moffitt, NPC.
– Common law robbery ó Christopher T. Morris, NPC, also simple assault, NG.
– Possession of drug paraphernalia ó Justin Allan Parker, 45 days, suspended, 18 months probation to transfer to Cabarrus County, court cost, CAAF, $300 lab fee, evidence to be destroyed, also felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver marijuana, VD.
– Attempted felony larceny ó Bobby Lamar Price, 10-12 months, suspended, 24 months probation to transfer to Cabarrus County, $100 fine, court cost, CAAF, DNA sample, no contact with co-defendant.
– Felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill and inflict serious injury ó June Jerome Renegar, NPC.
– Felony accessory after the fact ó Cindy Sanders, two charges, WPC.
– Felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place for controlled substance ó Glenn Gilbert Sanders, WPC.
– Misdemeanor larceny ó Jeremy Shuping, also tampering with vehicle parts,m 45 days, suspended, 18 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, restitution, also injury to personal property, VD, also felony possession of stolen goods/property, VD.
– Financial card fraud ó Randall Dean Smith, five charges, 45 days in three cases, suspended, 24 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, restitution, CAAF, 45 days in other two cases at expiration of first sentence, suspended, 24 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, same conditions, also five charges felony identity theft, VD in all cases.
– Misdemeanor worthless check ó Walter Earl Trexler, 45 days, suspended 18 months, $100 fine, court cost, restitution.
– Felony trafficking in opium or heroin ó Julie Tutwiler, also felony conspiring to traffic in opium/heroin, WPC.
– Felony first-degree sex offense with child ó Christopher S. Walls, also felony taking indecent liberties with child, WPC.
– Felony possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana ó Timothy K. Williams, also felony possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine, felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver Schedule IV controlled substance and felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place for controlled substance, WPC in all four cases, also simple possession of Schedule II controlled substance, VD, also possession of drug paraphernalia, VD.
– Felony robbery with dangerous weapon ó Raylin L. Woodruff, PC.

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