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Rowan Superior Trial Court Oct. 3

Rowan Superior Trial Court
Disposition of cases heard the week of Oct. 3, 2011, in Rowan Superior Trial Court by Judge Kevin Bridges:
Felony attempted first-degree burglary ń Murphy Leroy Corpening Jr., jury trial, jury deadlocked, court declares mistrial, case to be retained for trial or any such proceedings as necessary.
Felony larceny ń Michael Dean Hargett, 6-8 months, suspended, 24 months probation, three months intensive probation, pay court cost and $200 fine, perform community service work and pay fee, abide by outlined conditions, not assault, harass or threaten Billy Joe Martin, provide DNA sample, make $158.63 restitution to Billy Joe Martin, pay $712.50 court-appointed attorney fee.
Assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill ń Jared Michael Jancic, also felony breaking and/or entering, 29-44 months, jail credit, also felony assault by strangulation and speeding, 8-10 months at expiration of first sentence, suspended, 36 months supervised probation, six months intensive probation, pay court cost, perform community service work and pay fee, make $121.45 restitution to Rowan County EMS and $356.50 to Rowan Regional Medical Center, have no contact with victims or their families or with Lucas McKay, to be assessed for substance abuse upon release from DOC and to follow any requirements, also felony attempted common law robbery and reckless driving to endanger, dismissal without leave by district attorney in both cases.
Rowan Superior Probation Court
Disposition of cases heard the week of Oct. 3, 2011, in Rowan Superior Probation Court by Judge Kevin Bridges:
Misdemeanor probation violation ń Tamara Leigh Benson, two charges, willful violations, 24-month and 45-day sentences invoked, jail credit, her medical condition to be taken into account with appropriate care to be given.
Felony probation violation ń Aundrey David Blakeney, probation terminated unsuccessfully, civil judgment to be entered for $3,025.50 in court cost and indebtedness; Jimmy Dale Butler, willful violation, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked, jail credit; Justin Leroy Carter, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked at defendantís request, jail credit, court recommended defendant receive substance abuse treatment through DART program; Shelby Jenkins Clark, probation terminated unsuccessfully; Leah Noel Faw, 6-to-20-month sentence invoked at defendantís request, jail credit, court recommends treatment through Mary Francis Treatment Center; Barbara McWaters Hiott, continue on probation under previous terms and conditions, pay $120 court-appointed attorney fee; Latrisha Ann Long, continue on probation under previous terms and conditions, perform 50 hours community service work within 120 days and pay fee; Tiffany Starr Love, probation to be terminated unsuccessfully upon payment of $400, also misdemeanor probation violation, willful violation, continue on probation, three months intensive probation, maintain job; Kenneth Lee Lowery, willful violation, 5-to-6-month sentence invoked, court recommends substance abuse treatment through DART program; James Isaac Morton, probation terminated, outstanding probation supervision fees of $120 to be transferred to his active case; Patrick Casey Nunn, two charges, two 8-to-10-month sentences invoked at defendantís request, jail credit; Shannon Walton Stirewalt, 10-to-12-month sentence invoked at defendantís request, jail credit, also misdemeanor probation violation, 60-day sentence invoked at defendantís request, jail credit; Jerry Wayne Roberts III, 6-to-8-month sentence invoked at defendantís request.
Misdemeanor probation violation out-of-county ń Crystal Cronan, continue on probation, probation extended 12 months, probation may be terminated when all conditions are completed successfully.
Felony probation violation out-of-county ń Mario Dewan Jackson, probation terminated unsatisfactorily; Shannon Royal, also known as Shannon Ray Royal, willful violation, 9-to-11-month sentence invoked, jail credit, court recommends substance abuse treatment trough DART program and work release if eligible; Courtney Sherkenz Steele, probation terminated satisfactorily, remaining probation supervision fees to be remitted.

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