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District Court Oct. 29, I

District Court
Abbreviation Key
CAAFóCourt-appointed attorney fee
CSWóCommunity service work
DDóDismissal without leave after deferred prosecution
PCóProbable cause found
SAAóSubstance abuse assessment
VDóDismissal without leave by district attorney
WPCóWaived probable cause
Disposition of cases heard Oct. 29 in Rowan District Probable Cause Court by Judge Kevin Eddinger:
– Felony breaking and/or entering ó Tina LaRay Austin, two charges, also three charges felony larceny after breaking/entering, 17 charges felony breaking or entering a motor vehicle, three charges felony larceny and two charges felony possession of stolen goods/property, WPC in all 27 cases, also unauthorized use of motor vehicle, possession of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor possession of stolen goods/property and 13 charges misdemeanor larceny, VD in all 16 cases; Dustin Hartsell, two charges, three charges felony larceny after breaking/entering, 17 charges felony breaking and entering a vehicle, four charges felony larceny, two charges felony possession of stolen goods/property, felony obtaining property by false pretense and felony attempt to obtain property by false pretense, WPC in all 30 cases, also misdemeanor breaking or entering, misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, misdemeanor possession of stolen goods/property and 13 charges misdemeanor larceny, VD in all 16 cases.
– Attempt to alter title ó Justin Glenn Beck, three charges, DD, six months probation, court cost, 24 hours CSW, also three charges felony obtaining property by false pretense, VD in all three cases.
– Felony possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine ó Christopher Blakeney, also felony possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana, 10-12 months, also felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver marijuana, 7-9 months at expiration of first sentence, also resisting a public officer, VD, also felony possession of Schedule II controlled substance, VD.
– Felony first-degree burglary ó Jonathan D. Bostick, Michael D. Sanders, also felony larceny after breaking/entering and four charges felony breaking or entering a motor vehicle, WPC in all six cases.
– Possession of Schedule VI controlled substance ó Charles Edward Burris, also possession of drug paraphernalia, 120 days, suspended, 18 months probation, $250 fine, court cost, CAAF, restitution, lab fee, SAA; Sherry Rene Burris, 12 months probation, remain in state, $250 fine, court cost, CAAF, $300 lab fee, 24 hours CSW, drug education course, SAA, evidence to be destroyed, also possession of drug paraphernalia, VD.
– Felony possession of cocaine ó Olajuwon R. Carithers, WPC.
– Felony possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine ó Antonio Shamar Davis, also felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place for controlled substance, WPC, also possession of drug paraphernalia, VD.
– Felony larceny of a firearm ó Logan William Elliott, also felony larceny of motor vehicle and felony breaking and/or entering, 6-8 months, suspended, 18 months probation, transfer probation to Ohio, $1,000 fine, court cost, restitution, CAAF, 24 hours CSW, DNA sample, no contact with victims in North Carolina, also felony larceny after breaking/entering, VD.
– Accessory after the fact ó Stephanie Louise Eudy, 45 days, suspended, 12 months probation, court cost, CAAF, 24 hours CSW, restitution, no contact with co-defendant, victim or his family.
– Possession of marijuana ó Connie Elizabeth Furr, also possession of drug paraphernalia, 45 days, suspended, 12 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, Live Skills course, evidence to be destroyed, also felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver Schedule IV controlled substance, felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place for controlled substance, simple possession of Schedule III controlled substance and second charge possession of drug paraphernalia, VD in all four cases.
– Felony possession of Schedule II controlled substance ó Phillip R. Hoffner, 5-6 months, suspended, 24 months probation, $500 fine, court cost, CAAF, DNA sample, SAA, evidence to be destroyed, also driving while license revoked and possession of drug paraphernalia, 120 days at expiration of first sentence, suspended, 24 months probation, same conditions.
– Felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill ó Michael A. Hopkins, also felony second-degree kidnapping, WPC, also resisting public officer, VD.
– Possession of up to a ounce of marijuana ó Dashon Kyle Johnson, also driving while license revoked, VD.
– Felony breaking and entering ó Derryck Laine Kesler, also felony larceny, 11-14 months, suspended, 24 months probation, six months intensive probation, special probation of 90 days in jail, $500 fine, court cost, restitution, CAAF, DNA sample, 50 hours CSW, no contact with family victims, also felony larceny of a firearm and misdemeanor larceny, 11-14 months.
– Felony possession of Schedule IV controlled substance ó Charles David Knear, 12 months probation, $100 fine, court cost, $300 lab fee, remain in North Carolina, drug education course, 24 hours CSW, SAA, also felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver marijuana, felony maintaining vehicle, dwelling, place for controlled substance, simple possession of Schedule III controlled substance, simple possession of Schedule IV controlled substance and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, VD in all five cases.
– Misdemeanor larceny ó Christopher T. Peeler, 30 days, suspended, 18 months probation, court cost, CAAF, restitution, remain away from victim, SAA.
– Misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia ó Jonathan John Rivera, also simple possession of Schedule VI controlled substance, 45 days, credit 44 days served.
– Felony obtaining property by false pretense ó Emily McGee Sain, PC.
– Felony assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill and inflict serious injury ó Donna Annette Thornes, PC, also felony possession of controlled substance on prison/jail premises, PC.

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