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Superior Probation Court Feb. 14

Superior Probation Court Feb. 14
Disposition of cases heard the week of Feb. 14, 2011, in Rowan Superior Probation Court by Judge William Z. Wood Jr.:
Abbreviation Key:
CAAF ń Court-appointed attorney fee
CSW ń Community service work
Felony probation violation ń Maria Holshouser Biggers, 4 charges, all charges dismissed by the court; John Preston Harrity in willful violation, 7-to-9-month sentence invoked, jail credit, DART program and work release recommended, pay $300 CAAF; Issac Hilton Johnson, 10-to-12-month sentence invoked at defendantís request; Timothy McCain, 5-to-6-month sentence invoked at defendantís request, jail credit; Michelle Lea McDaniels, 2 charges, in willful violation in first case, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked, pay $300 CAAF, judgment amended from 4-to-6 months to 4-to-5 months and invoked at defendantís request, court also modifies sentences to run concurrently; Michael Dean Moore, in willful violation, continue on probation, supervised probation extended 18 months, may transfer to unsupervised probation if all money is paid; Clinton Bruce Rhoney, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked at defendantís request, jail credit; Cody Odell Walser, in willful violation, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked, DART program recommended.
Misdemeanor probation violation out-of-county ń William Foshay, also misdemeanor probation violation, in willful violation in both cases, 45-day sentence invoked in each case, report to Rowan County Jail at 4:30 p.m. Feb. 21, 2011, to begin serving sentences; Brandon Christopher Holmes, in willful violation, continue on probation, supervised probation extended 6 months, to be arrested and held without bond until brought before a Superior Court judge if he has any positive drug screens; Ryan Hurlocker, 120-day sentence invoked at defendantís request; Jeffery Kevin Robeson, in willful violation, 150-day sentence invoked, jail credit.
Misdemeanor probation violation ó Danny Ray Gulledge Jr., 2 charges, in willful violation, continue on probation, supervised probation extended 12 months, complete 72 hours CSW and pay fee, serve 48 hours in jail at direction of probation officer; Rebecca Johnson, order of remand; Rodriquez Dwayne Mashore, 2 charges, in willful violation in both cases, 120-day sentence invoked in each case with second to be served at expiration of first; Ray Alexander Peters, 2 charges, probation terminated successfully; Katherine Reynolds, 45-day sentence invoked at defendantís request; Destin Lamar Sloan, 45-day sentence invoked at defendantís request, jail credit, pay $225 CAAF; Shameika Toomer, probation terminated unsuccessfully, pay $300 CAAF.
Felony probation violation out-of-county ń Rose Lynn Hager, court does not find willful violation, supervised probation extended 6 months; William Jack D. Upright, 5-to-6-month sentence invoked at defendantís request.

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