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Superior Administrative Court week of Feb. 7

SuperiorAdministrative Court Feb. 7
Disposition of cases heard the week of Feb. 7, 2011, in Rowan Superior Administrative Court by Judge Anna Mills Wagoner:
Abbreviation key:
CAAF ń Court-appointed attorney fee
CSW ń Community service work
PFJC ń Prayer for judgment continued
VD ń Dismissal without leave by district attorney
Driving while license revoked ń Sindy Lina Abbitt, PFJC upon payment of court cost; William Christopher Almond, 30 days, execution of sentence is stayed until March 7, 2011, defendant to report at 9 a.m. that day; Darrell Lee Bolick, order of remand; Jamie Michelle Camara, 30 days, jail credit.
Felony failure to register as sex offender ń Joseph Worley Alexander Jr., 26-32 months, jail credit, work release recommended, pay $525 CAAF.
Felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver Schedule VI controlled substance ó Allen Ray Amos, also felony maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place to keep a controlled substance, 7-9 months, jail credit, work release and substance abuse treatment recommended, pay $600 SBI lab fee and $562.50 CAAF, weapons and drugs to be destroyed, also felony possession of firearm by felon, 22-27 months at expiration of first sentence, work release and substance abuse treatment recommended.
Felony assault on law enforcement officer/policeofficer/other with firearm ń Alicia Waddell Bean, retrial release modified, defendant consents to living with mother.
Misdemeanor second-degree trespassing ń Stuart Laron Butler-Brown, 14 days, jail credit.
Misdemeanor child abuse ń Jamie Leigh Butler, also misdemeanor contributing to delinquency of juvenile and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, 150 days, suspended, 24 months probation, 6 months intensive probation, pay $100 fine and court cost, credit for substance abuse assessment on Nov. 10, 2010, continue treatment, participate in inpatient treatment if recommended, not use or possess any illegal controlled substance, body testing, 50 hours CSW, live at residence approved by probation officer and be of good general behavior, also second charge misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, failure to notify Department of Motor Vehicles of address change and second charge misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, 120 days at expiration of first sentence, suspended, 24 months probation, 6 months intensive probation at expiration of intensive probation in first case, also giving fictitious information to officer and resisting public officer, VD in both cases.
Misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia ń Dywan Jamal Cunningham, PFJC until March 7, 2011, pay court cost, $1,000 fine, $600 CAAF, obtain substance abuse assessment and abide by recommended treatment.
Felony possession of controlled substance on prison/jail premises ń Barbara Ann Dukes, also misdemeanor possession of up to 1/2 ounce of marijuana, 90-96 judgment: 18 months supervised probation, pay court cost, $500 fine and $300 SBI lab fee, perform 50 hours CSW and pay fee, obtain substance abuse assessment and abide by recommended treatment, submit to warrantless searches, not use or possess any illegal controlled substance, submit to body testing, positive test will be a violation of judgment.
Misdemeanor probation violation ń Randy Houze, 2 charges, continue on probation for 90 days to pay money, may transfer to unsupervised probation once in compliance.
Felony possession of firearm by felon ń Gregory Lamont Jones, 15-18 months, suspended, 24 months probation, 6 months intensive probation, perform 50 hours CSW and pay fee, pay court cost, $400 fine and $450 CAAF, not use or possess any firearm or ammunition, obtain substance abuse assessment and abide by recommended treatment, provide DNA sample, rifle to be destroyed; Travis Shane Martin, 13-16 months, suspended, 24 months probation, 6 months intensive probation, perform 50 hours CSW and pay fee, curfew, pay court cost and $100 fine, maintain gainful employment, submit to warrantless searches, not possess any firearm or ammunition, not use or possess any illegal controlled substance unless prescribed, not violate any laws, obtain substance abuse assessment and abide by treatment recommended, pay $525 CAAF, provide DNA sample, rifle to be destroyed, machete to be returned to defendant, also felony carrying concealed gun, VD.
Felony common law robbery ń Carl William Myers, 13-16 months, jail credit, substance abuse assessment; Derrick Dashawn Brown, 13-16 months, suspended, 24 months probation, 6 months intensive probation, perform 50 hours CSW and pay fee, curfew, not to be outside curfew hours unless pre-approved for school or work purposes, enroll at alternative school if possible within 30 days, to become gainfully employed within 45 days if not eligible for alternative school or GED program, not assault, harass or threaten victim, turn stolen phone over to probation officer in 30 days if it is recovered in working condition or make restitution to victim, pay court cost, $450 CAAF, provide DNA sample, perform 50 hours CSW and pay fee along with probation supervision fees.
Felony assault with a deadly weapon ń Charles Denis Turner III, also felony maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place to keep controlled substance, felony possession with intent to sell/deliver marijuana, felony altering/removing gun serial number, felony possession of stolen good/property and felony possession of burglary tools, 50-69 months, jail credit, work release and DART treatment program recommended, restitution a condition of work release, burglary tools, binoculars, drugs and drug paraphernalia to be destroyed. Gun and holster to be returned to rightful owner, rifle to be returned to rightful owner if located in 90 days or destroyed if not, money seized to be forfeited to school system, also felony possession of firearm by felon, felony possession of stolen firearm, felony breaking and entering and felony larceny, 25-39 months at expiration of first sentence, work release and DART treatment program recommended.
Misdemeanor injury to personal property ń Lisa Carpenter Williams, 2 charges, 30 days in first case, suspended, 12 months unsupervised probation, pay court cost and attorney fees, restitution to victim a civil judgment, not assault, harass or threaten victim, not violate any laws, VD in second case.
Speeding ń Rene Deshone Wilson, also driving while license revoked and giving fictitious information to officer, order of remand in all cases.
Felony common law robbery ń Jarmarphio Shantez Moose, also 3 charges felony larceny and 6 charges felony breaking and entering, 15-18 months at expiration of any sentence presently being served, work release recommended, restitution a condition of work release.
Felony possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver marijuana ń Oscar Lemus, VD.

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