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Superior Probation-Motions Court June 14

Rowan SuperiorProbation/Motions Court June 14
Abbreviation key:
CAAF ń Court-appointed attorney fee
Disposition of cases heard the week of June 14, 2011, in Rowan Superior Probation/Motions Court by Judge Joseph Crosswhite:
Felony probation violation ń Terry Glenn Christy Jr., willful violation, 8-to-10-month sentence invoked, DART program and work release recommended, pay $300 CAAF; Melissa Graham Connell, 2 charges, willful violations, 12-to-15-month and 5-to-6-month sentences invoked with second at expiration of first, substance abuse treatment recommended, $300 CAAF to be docketed as civil judgment; Adam McBride Horton, willful violation, probation terminated successfully.
Misdemeanor probation violation ń Brenda Kay Clark, willful violation, probation extended additional 12 months under prior terms and conditions, pay $120 CAAF, may transfer to unsupervised probation once in full compliance; Ernest Lewis Erdman, continue on probation under former orders, pay $180 CAAF; Jamal Oceil Irvin, willful violation, 120-day sentence invoked, jail credit; Devin Wade Moore, probation terminated unsuccessfully, $375 CAAF to be docketed as civil judgment; Brandy Michelle Short, 3 charges, willful violations, two 120-day and one 60-day sentences invoked with second two at expiration of previous, substance abuse treatment recommended, $225 CAAF to be entered as civil judgment; Ethan Frank Stoodley, probation terminated, remit any probation supervision fees; Robin Otto Worth, willful violation, sentence reduced from 60 days to 20 days and invoked, jail credit, pay $300 CAAF.
Misdemeanor probation violation out-of-county ń Stuart Benard Claus, 2 charges, willful violation, continue on probation, supervised probation extended 6 months, obtain substance abuse assessment within 3 weeks, may transfer to unsupervised probation upon completion of assessment and treatment; James Scott Jr., willful violation, sentence reduced from 150 days to 100 days and invoked, jail credit.
Felony probation violation out-of-county ń Melanie Cass Bickerstaff, 2 charges, willful violations, two 6-to-8-month sentences invoked with second at expiration of first; Freeman White Jr., 2 charges, willful violations, two 8-to-10-month sentences invoked, also 2 charges misdemeanor probation violation, willful violations, 12-month sentence invoked in one case, jail credit, sentence reduced from 18 months to 12 months in second case and invoked, pay $562,59 CAAF; Joshua Aaron Yost, willful violation, 12-to-15-month sentence invoked, jail credit, also misdemeanor probation violation out-of-county, willful violation, 45-day sentence invoked.
Felony larceny ń Bobby Glenn Locklear, resentencing, 100-129 months, all other conditions remain unchanged.

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