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Rowan County Superior Administrative Court Sept. 26

Rowan SuperiorAdministrative Court week of Sept. 26
Disposition of cases heard the week of Sept. 26 in Rowan Superior Administrative Court by Judge Beverly T. Beal:
Felony conspiring to sell cocaine – Anthony Dale Carter, also felony habitual felon and felony possession with intent to manufacture, sell or deliver heroin, 72-102 months, jail credit, condition for work release is to pay court cost, jail fees and $560 court-appointed attorney fee, evidence to be destroyed subject to use in co-defendant cases, also felony conspiring to traffic in opium/heroin, dismissal without leave by district attorney.
Attempted first-degree arson – Floyd Andre Blakeney, 45-63 months, jail credit, court recommends work release, condition for work release is to pay court cost, jail fees at the rate of $10 per day and $1,200 court-appointed attorney fee.
Felony identity theft – Dennis Jerome Brown, also felony obtaining property by false pretense and felony financial card fraud, 17-21 months, jail credit, condition of work release is to pay court cost, $10 a day jail fees and $570 court-appointed attorney fee; Corretha Dianne Gill, also felony obtaining property by false pretense and felony conspiring to obtain property by false pretense, 20-24 months, jail credit, condition of work release is to pay court cost and $3,800 restitution.
Felony breaking and/or entering – Carol Jean Carlson, 10-12 months, suspended, 48 months supervised probation, six months intensive probation, pay court cost, jail fees and restitution with co-defendant Connie Kizer, abide by regular probation conditions, submit to curfew and warrantless searches, also five charges felony obtaining property by false pretense and one charge misdemeanor larceny, 10-12 months at expiration of first sentence, suspended, 48 months probation, six months intensive probation to run concurrently with intensive probation in previous judgment, pay court cost, abide by same terms and condition in previous judgment.
Misdemeanor ethnic intimidation – Larry Eugene Craver, also misdemeanor intoxicated and disruptive, two charges misdemeanor assault by pointing a gun and two charges misdemeanor communicating threats, order of remand in all cases.
Solicitation to commit statutory rape/sex offense by defendant between four and six years older than victim – Jeffrey Shane Culbertson, three charges, 22-36 months, suspended, 60 months supervised probation, six months intensive probation, abide by regular conditions of probation, comply with sex offender conditions, pay court cost including jail fees and $720 court-appointed attorney fee, submit to warrantless searches and body testing, not use, possess or control any illegal controlled substance.
Felony obtaining property by false pretense – James Hugh Cunningham IV, also misdemeanor larceny, driving while license revoked, felony breaking and/or entering, felony larceny after breaking/entering and misdemeanor communicating threats, 7-9 months, jail credit, court recommends drug treatment program, condition of work release if granted is to pay court cost, jail fees, $1,050 court-appointed attorney fee and $172 restitution to China Grove Gun and Pawn Shop.
Misdemeanor possession of between 1/2 and 1 1/2 ounces of marijuana – Keith Douglas Davidson Jr. order of remand.
Misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia – Justin Jacoby Carmouche, 120 days, jail credit, pay $825 court-appointed attorney fee and $600 to State Bureau of Investigation for lab fees to be entered as civil judgments, contraband to be turned over to Sheriff’s Department for destruction, money seized to be paid into CSC office to be applied toward attorney fees, also felony possession of Schedule I controlled substance, dismissal without leave by district attorney.
Misdemeanor larceny – April Christine Evans, order of remand.
Felony taking indecent liberties with student – Zachary Paul Greene, three charges, defendant refused probation, 5-6 months in each case with second and third sentences to be served at expiration of previous, court recommends work release, condition of work release to pay court cost, jail and attorney fees to be set at later date, defendant to register as a sex offender, defendant not to enroll in satellite-based monitoring.
Assault on a female – Rodney Eugene Gregory, also misdemeanor resisting a public officer, 75 days, suspended, 30 months supervised probation, serve 15 days in jail, jail credit, pay court cost, $637.50 court-appointed attorney fee and $10 a day jail fees, abide by regular probation conditions, obtain suitable employment, submit to warrantless searches and body testing, not use, possess or control any illegal controlled substance or alcohol, also misdemeanor domestic violence protective order violation, 75 days at expiration of first sentence, suspended, 30 months supervised probation, pay court cost, abide by same terms and conditions in first judgment.
Felony robbery with a dangerous weapon – Travis Miles Hunsucker, two charges, also two charges felony breaking and/or entering, 61-83 months, jail credit, condition of work release if granted is to pay court cost, jail fees and $900 court-appointed attorney fee, any other attorney fees to be docketed as a civil judgment.
Driving while license revoked – Michael Antonio Morrison, prayer for judgment continued upon payment of court cost within 45 days; Rashaad Quantique Rankin, prayer for judgment continued upon payment of court cost.
Felony selling cocaine – Jason Deshawn Wood, 11-14 months, suspended, 36 months supervised probation, serve one day in jail, jail credit, pay court cost, $600 to State Bureau of Investigation for lab fees, submit to warrantless searches and body testing, not use, possess or control any illegal controlled substance, provide DNA sample, perform 48 hours community service work within 60 days and pay fee, drugs to be destroyed, also felony possession with intent to sell/deliver cocaine, dismissal without leave by district attorney.
Felony taking indecent liberties with a child – Tion Kel Hines, two charges, 13-16 months in first case, suspended, 60 months supervised probation, six months intensive probation, pay court cost, $1,387.50 court-appointed attorney fee and $1,000 jail fees, remainder to be entered as civil judgment, six months intensive probation, perform 50 hours community service work and pay fee, abide by regular probation conditions, not to be required to visit prison, submit to warrantless searches and body testing, not use or possess any illegal controlled substance, provide DNA sample, perform 144 hours community service work within 180 days of transfer to regular supervised probation, submit to curfew, abide by sex offender control program, register as a sex offender for 30 years, not required to enroll in satellite-based monitoring, probation to be transferred to Hoke County if acceptable to probation officer, 13-16 months in second case at expiration of first sentence, suspended, 60 months supervised probation, pay court cost, abide by same terms and conditions in first judgment, six months intensive probation to run concurrently with that in first judgment, perform additional 50 hours community service work and pay fee.
Felony possession of firearm by felon – Shohn Michael Christi Whitley, 13-16 months, suspended, 36 months supervised probation, serve 15 days in jail, jail credit, pay court cost, jail fees and $490 court-appointed attorney fee, submit to body testing and warrantless searches for illegal drugs, controlled substances, contraband, paraphernalia and weapons, perform 72 hours community service work within 120 days and pay fee, no prison tour, not required to be employed if defendant shows documentation of disability, obtain substance abuse assessment within 45 days and any recommended treatment to begin within 90 days, provide DNA sample, money seized to be forfeited to Rowan/Salisbury Schools, vehicles seized to be returned to defendant, gun to be returned to rightful owner, also felony possession of heroin and misdemeanor maintaining vehicle/dwelling to keep controlled substance, dismissal without leave by district attorney.

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