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District Court Sept. 25

District Court
Abbreviation Key
CAAFóCourt-appointed attorney fee
CSWóCommunity service work
EHAóElectronic house arrest
NAóNotice of appeal
PJC/CóPrayer for judgment continued/court costs
SAAóSubstance abuse assessment
VDóDismissal without leave by district attorney
Disposition of cases heard Sept. 25 in Rowan District Criminal Court by Judge Kevin Eddinger:
– Driving while license revoked ó Thomas Nathaniel Abel, PJC/C, CAAF; Cynthia Fortune Gwinn, VD; Ronald Edward Norris, 120 days, suspended, two years probation, six months intensive probation, $500 fine, court cost, Life Skills program; Andre Palmer, 90 days, suspended, 18 months probation in Davidson County, $350 fine, court cost, 24 hours CSW; Robin Dale Quick, PJC/C, also possessing/displaying fictitious, cancelled, revoked registration card/tag, VD; Sharon Diane Summers, 45 days, credit 45 days served; Thomas Christopher Wilson, Vonda Delaine Woods, 120 days, suspended, two years probation, six months intensive probation with 50 hours CSW, $500 fine, court cost; Cassie Jeanette Winburn, 45 days, suspended, one year probation, $250 fine, court cost, CAAF, Life Skills program, also expired/no inspection sticker, possessing/displaying fictitious, cancelled, revoked registration card/tag and mirror violation, VD in all three cases.
– Reckless driving to endanger ó Julie Marie Abernethy, $50 fine, court cost, also speeding, VD.
– Unsafe movement ó Steven Lamont Bailey, $25 fine, court cost, also expires/no inspection sticker, VD; Margaret L. Garrison, VD.
– Speeding in school zone ó Brandon Lee Barker, also expired/no inspection sticker, $50 fine, court cost, also expired registration card/tag, VD; Rodney Lynn Moore Jr., $50 fine, court cost; Martin Villanueva, $50 fine, court cost, also license not in possession, VD.
– Speeding ó Donald P. Bradshaw, William Lee Hylton, Mae Ellen Johnson, Jaimie Hill Mullen, Homer Eugene Rewis Jr., Lake Chambers Speed, PJC/C; Christy M. Carpenter, $15 fine, court cost; Staci Nicole Johnson, Tekisha Renae Johnson, $10 fine, court cost.
– Second-degree trespassing ó Michael A. Caldwell, 20 days, credit 20 days served, remain away from Food Lion in Spencer; Drew T. Charleston, 10 days, suspended 18 months, court cost, CAAF, remain away from Rowan County Housing Authority property on Weant Street, Life Skills program.
– Driver failure to wear seat belt ó Adrienne M. Covington, $25 fine, court cost, also child not in rear seat, VD.
– Domestic criminal trespassing ó Hank Williams Craig, also intoxicated and disruptive, 120 days, suspended, two years probation, court cost, SAA, no contact with Virginia Plummer and remain away from 807 Alma Ave., Kannapolis.
– Possession of up to a ounce of marijuana ó Paxton R. Feaster, 15 days, suspended, one year probation, court cost, evidence to be destroyed.
– Possessing open container/ consuming alcohol in passenger area ó Alex Gray Finley, $25 fine, court cost.
– Failure to notify Department of Motor Vehicles of address change ó Terry Wayne Glenn, $50 fine, court cost, also failure to stop for steady red light, PJC/C; Gennie Lou West, $50 fine, court cost, also operating vehicle with no insurance, VD, also possessing/ displaying fictitious, cancelled, revoked registration card/tag, VD; Robert Simonton, also failure to notify Department of Motor Vehicle of address change, $100 fine, court cost, also speeding, PJC/C.
– Failure to stop for stop sign/ flashing red light ó Roger Darren Goodman, PJC/C, also expired/no inspection sticker, VD; Merlo Peralta Osian, PJC/C.
– Operating vehicle with no insurance ó Bonnie Maureen Hughes, VD, also possessing/displaying fictitious, cancelled, revoked registration card/tag, VD.
– Possession of drug paraphernalia ó Curtis Wayne Ingram, 30 days, suspended, one year probation, $100 fine, court cost, SAA, evidence to be destroyed; Mathew W. Robertson, two charges, 120 days in one case, suspended, three years probation, six months intensive probation, 90 days EHA, $300 fine, court cost, 50 hours CSW, SAA, 120 days in second case at expiration of first, same conditions, evidence to be destroyed; Charrisse Shavers, also possession of up to a ounce of marijuana, 120 days, suspended, 24 months probation, six months intensive probation, special probation of 20 days in jail, credit time served, court cost, CAAF, SAA, evidence to be destroyed.
– Noise ordinance violation ó Robert Marion Keisler, PJC/C.
– No operator’s license ó Sabrina Darleen McBryde, VD; Olga Guerrero Nava, $50 fine, court cost; Raybel Molina Ortiz, also carrying concealed weapon, 24 days, credit 24 days served.
– Resisting public officer ó Jamie Lynn O’Neal, 45 days, suspended, 18 months probation, special probation of 10 days in jail, credit five days served, $750 fine, court cost, 24 hours CSW, also failure to comply with license restrictions, VD.
– Improper equipment ó Bobby Dale Pless, $50 fine, court cost; Joshua Mayne Reddick (also known as Joshua Mayne Riddick), also expired/no inspection sticker, $65 fine, court cost.
– Reckless driving/wanton disregard ó Robert Leon Safrit, $50 fine, court cost.
– Driving while impaired ó Larry Thomas Stilwell, 12 months, suspended, three years probation, special probation of 10 days in jail, credit time in inpatient treatment, $1,000 fine, court cost, restitution, SAA, also improper backing, VD.
– Assault on a female ó James Githens, 15 days, suspended one year, court cost, not assault Crystal Hatter, NA; Desmond Dewayne Toomer, DC, also interfering with emergency communication, DC.
– Misdemeanor larceny ó David Franklin Toon, 45 days, credit 26 days served.
– Assault on government official/ employee ó Eric Solomon Dearmore, two charges, also resisting public officer and disorderly conduct, 75 days, credit 75 days served.

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