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Rowan Superior Administrative Court Oct. 3

Rowan Superior Administrative Court week of Oct. 3
Disposition of cases heard the week of Oct. 3, 2011, in Rowan Superior Administrative Court by Judge Kevin Bridges:
Driving while license revoked — Grady Edward Austin Jr., 120 days, suspended, 24 months supervised probation, pay court cost, $200 fine and $180 court-appointed attorney fee, abide by regular probation conditions, perform 50 hours community service work within 120 days and pay fee, not operate motor vehicle until properly licensed; Michael Anthony Keaton, dismissal without leave by district attorney.
Attempted second-degree kidnapping — Jimmy Ray Blackwell Sr., two charges, also common law robbery, felony larceny, two charges felony breaking and/or entering and two charges felony possession of firearm by felon, 23-34 months, jail credit, court cost to be entered as civil judgment, have no contact with victim or victim’s family, court recommends substance abuse treatment through DART program, also felony habitual felon, dismissal without leave by district attorney.
Felony assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury – Samuel Caldwell IV, also two charges felony robbery with dangerous weapon, 25-39 months, jail credit, civil judgment to be entered for court cost, have no contact with victim, court recommends all available job and educational training while in DOC, behavior modification counseling through mental health through DOC, pay $980 court-appointed attorney fee.
Felony conspiracy to commit robbery with dangerous weapon – Hector Anibal T. Carattini, 38-55 months, jail credit, civil judgment to be entered for court cost, also felony robbery with dangerous weapon, dismissal without leave by district attorney.
Misdemeanor simple assault – Roxanna Dashab, also misdemeanor second-degree trespassing, prayer for judgment continued upon payment of court cost, also communicating threats, dismissal without leave by district attorney.
Misdemeanor possession of between 1/2 and 11/2 ounces of marijuana – Keith Douglas Davidson Jr., order of remand.
Felony larceny – Nathaniel Lee Lynn, 10-12 months, suspended, 36 months supervised probation, 6 months intensive probation, pay court cost, enroll in and successfully complete Trosa program, alternative to Trosa is to report for a substance abuse assessment, not assault, threaten or harass Jeff Sapp or Chad Vriesema, provide DNA sample, make restitution, also felony breaking and/or entering, felony larceny after breaking/entering and felony obtaining property by false pretense, 10-12 months at expiration of first sentence, suspended, 36 months probation, pay court cost, abide by same terms and conditions as in first judgment.
Felony possession of firearm by felon – Joshua Steven Sherman, 12-15 months, suspended, 36 months probation, six months intensive probation, pay court cost and $200 fine, perform community service work and pay fee, abide by regular probation conditions, not assault, harass or molest victim, provide DNA sample, make $30 restitution to Pearl’s Pawn and Gun Shop in China Grove, not go on or about premises of Pearl’s Pawn and Gun Shop, probation to transfer to Horry County, S.C., weapon to be returned to rightful owner, also felony obtaining property by false pretense, 6-8 months at expiration of first sentence, suspended, 36 months probation, pay court cost, abide by same terms and conditions as in first judgment, also felony possession of stolen firearm, dismissal without leave by district attorney.
Taking indecent liberties with child – Christopher Riley Herndon, also felony obtaining property by false pretense, 19-23 months, suspended, 36 months probation, six months intensive probation, pay court cost and $500 fine, perform community service work and pay fee, abide by outlined conditions, complete GED within first 15 months, obtain sex offender evaluation, not assault, threaten or harass victim, comply with sex offender control program, register as sex offender for 30 years, not required to be enrolled in satellite-based monitoring, pay $1,200 court-appointed attorney fee, provide DNA sample, make restitution of $1.45 to Kannapolis Police Department, probation to be transferred to Anne Arundel County, Md.
First-degree burglary – Jason Glenn Locklear, also felony robbery with dangerous weapon, 53-73 months, jail credit, civil judgment to be entered for court cost, have no contact with victims, make restitution of $500 to Ray and Martha Baker and $311.23 to N.C. Department of Public Safety jointly with Sarah Patterson and Christopher Philyaw, court recommends substance abuse treatment through DART program, appropriate job and education training through DOC and behavioral modification counseling through mental health through DOC, also felony manufacturing marijuana, dismissal without leave by district attorney.
Common law robbery – Garrett Deonglo Wilks Chalk, 15-18 months, jail credit, civil judgment to be entered for court cost, have no contact with any of his victims, court recommends substance abuse treatment through DOC, civil judgment to be entered for $445 restitution to Brandon Goins, court recommends job and educational training and behavioral modification counseling through DOC, pay $1,575 court-appointed attorney fee, also second-degree kidnapping, 29-44 months at expiration of first sentence, have no contact with any of his victims, court recommends substance abuse treatment and job and education training through DOC, also second charge common law robbery, 15-18 months at expiration of second judgment, civil judgment to be entered for court cost, have no contact with any of his victims, court recommends substance abuse treatment, job and educational and behavioral modification counseling training through DOC, also second charge second-degree kidnapping, 29-44 months at expiration of third sentence, civil judgment to be entered for court cost, have no contact with any of his victims, court recommends substance abuse treatment, job and educational training and behavioral modification counseling through DOC.

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