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Superior Court docket from Sept. 29, 2008

Superior Court
Abbreviation Key
CAAFóCourt-appointed attorney feeCSWóCommunity service work
DCóDismissed by the court
PFJCóPrayer for judgment continued
SAAóSubstance abuse assessment
Disposition of cases heard Sept. 29 in Rowan Superior Probation Violations Court by Judge Susan Taylor:
– Misdemeanor probation violation ó Anthony Lloyd Amos, Kiwanis Demarcus Glenn, probation terminated successfully; Jane Shoe Beaver, PfJC until Dec. 1; Larry Dean Bost, six months intensive probation, CAAF, comply with all terms and conditions of probation; Katrion Cowan, 150-day sentence invoked at defendant’s request, jail credit; Julie Marie Hancock, probation terminated, CAAF; Tylisha Monique Mattison, probation extended 18 months, serve four days in jail over two weekends, CAAF; Donnie Leon Nunn, probation extended one year, pay remaining $50; Yolanda Nunn, probation extended one year, CAAF; Raymond Stanley Propst, inpatient treatment starting Oct. 27, CAAF, to be arrested if test positive for drugs after treatment; Dianne Celestine Sanders, 45-day sentence invoked, jail credit, CAAF, substance abuse treatment recommended; Kathleen W. Skipper, continue on probation, probation extended six months, CAAF; Antonio Maurice Torrence, two charges, 120-day and 20-day sentences invoked at defendant’s request, CAAF; Eric Lamonte Fair, three charges, three 30-day sentences invoked at defendant’s request; Adrianna Danyell Crooks, 45-day sentence invoked at defendant’s request.
– Felony probation violation ó Tita L. Bouie, probation terminated unsuccessfully due to serious illness, remit money due, CAAF; Aaron Lee Brown, Lamar Jamal Butler, Thomas Jerome Hosch, Rodney Allen Shannon, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked at defendant’s request, CAAF; Quentin Dwight Carpenter, 9-to-11-month sentence invoked, jail credit, CAAF; Anthony Wayne Carter, PFJC until Oct. 10, if in inpatient treatment, PFJC until Dec. 1; Keith Scott Furr, 8-to-10-month sentence invoked at defendant’s request, also felony probation violation out-of-county, 8-to-10-month sentence invoked at defendant’s request; Ronald Jeffrey Ghent, probation terminated successfully; Jason Perry Hendrickson (also known as Jason Henrickson), probation terminated; Wayne Zachary Holshouser, three charges, 11-to-14-month sentence invoked in one case to run concurrently with sentence he’s presently serving, 8-to-10-month sentence invoked in second case at expiration of first sentence and to run concurrently with sentence he’s presently serving, 8-to-10-month sentence invoked in third case at expiration of second sentence and to run concurrently with sentence he’s presently serving; Quinton Andrew Jones, 7-to-9-month sentence invoked at defendant’s request, CAAF, also misdemeanor probation violation, 30-day sentence invoked at defendant’s request; Timothy James Kelly, DC; Michael D. McHenry, two charges, 29-to-44-month sentence invoked at expiration of earlier sentence in one case, 15-to-18-month sentence invoked in second case, CAAF; Justin Ray Merritt, continue on probation, one year intensive probation, 50 hours CSW, live with father and stepmother, SAA and follow recommended treatment, not possess controlled substance, contraband, alcohol, drug paraphernalia, stolen property weapon or child pornography, warrantless searches, body testing, CAAF, restitution; Jerry W. Misenheimer, two charges, PFJC until Nov. 3; Tony Mitchell, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked, DART program recommended, CAAF; Josephine Cowan Morgan, probation terminated, CAAF; Jack Allen Plott, PFJC until Nov. 3; Jessica Amber Reid, probation terminated successfully, CAAF; Wendy Helton Shaw, two charges, continue on probation, CAAF; Kendrick Lysander Stoner, Brian Scott Townsend, 11-to-14-month sentence invoked; Tiffany Odom, two charges, 5-to-6-month and 6-to-8-month sentences invoked, substance abuse treatment recommended, CAAF; James Walter Danielson Jr., 4-to-5-month sentence invoked; John Edward Mobley, 8-to-10-month sentence invoked at defendant’s request, jail credit; Johnny Lewis Wright Jr., probation terminated successfully; Garry Lynn Starnes, probation terminated; Michael T. Aistrop, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked at defendant’s request.
– Felony probation violation out-of-county ó Randy Eugene Davidson, probation extended 12 months, CAAF; Kevin Todd Morgan Jr., PFJC continued until Oct. 14; Billy Starnes, not in violation, remit money owed, CAAF; Rickey Warren Steele Jr., continue on probation, remit court cost and fine, CAAF; Jessie Don Woodhull, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked at defendant’s request at expiration of earlier sentence.
– Misdemeanor probation violation our-of-county ó Judy Hardin, PFJC until Oct. 10, 120-day sentence invoked, CAAF; Dustin Bradley Sullivan, two charges, 45-day and 120-day sentences invoked at defendant’s request.
– Motion pray judgment 90/96 ó Raleigh Joseph Watson, 45 days at expiration of earlier sentence, suspended, 30 months probation, 40 hours CSW, not possess any controlled substance, drug paraphernalia, contraband, weapon, stolen property and child pornography, warrantless searches, body testing, not use or possess any illegal controlled substance, SAA and participate in recommended treatment, be in school or full-time job, court cost.

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