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Superior Court Jan. 17

Superior Court Jan. 17
Disposition of cases heard Jan. 17, 2012, in Rowan Superior Trial Court by Judge Anna Mills Wagoner:
Abbreviation key:
CAAF – Court-appointed attorney fee
CSW – Community service work
VD – Dismissal without leave by district attorney
Felony larceny by removing items – Irvin Claude Finney, also misdemeanor larceny, 87-114 months, jail credit, work release recommended.
Felony larceny – Timothy Allen Keziah, two charges, 85-111 months, jail credit, drug and alcohol treatment recommended, make $3,938.55 restitution if work release obtained, otherwise civil judgment to be entered for that amount and $750 CAAF.
Felony fleeing/eluding arrest with motor vehicle – Jeffrey Matthew Reddy, 5-6 months, suspended, 24 months unsupervised probation, pay court cost and $1,000 fine, not operate motor vehicle in North Carolina for 12 months, not operate motor vehicle in Georgia until he has valid license, pay $660 CAAF, perform 24 hours CSW and pay fee, provide DNA sample, also speeding, VD, also reckless driving to endanger, VD.
Driving while impaired – Diann Wilder Sanders, jury trial, 6 months, jail credit, also no operator’s license, 10 days, court recommends she receive needed medical treatment.
Felony possession of firearm by felon – Travis Lamont Wilson, 16-20 months, suspended, 30 months supervised probation, pay court cost, serve 5 months in Rowan County Jail, jail credit, not use or possess any dangerous weapons, specifically guns, submit to warrantless searches, live in residence approved by probation officer and not move without permission, maintain gainful employment, obtain substance abuse assessment and abide by recommended treatment, civil judgment to be entered for $600 CAAF, provide DNA sample, seized weapon to be turned over to Salisbury Police Department for destruction.

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