Judgements Issued In Circuit Court

Judge Andrew Howorth presided over last week’s session of Calhoun
County Circuit Court during which the following judgements were issued:


By JOEL McNEECE
Judge Andrew Howorth presided over last week’s session of Calhoun County Circuit Court during which the following judgements were issued:
•Pamela Chrestman, Jason Havens, Kiven Dwayne Moore, Ranford Huguley, Eric Miller, Edward Earl Steen, and U.S. Baskin Jr. were all found in contempt.
•Johnny William Hall pled guilty to possession of cocaine less than two grams. He was sentenced to five years, five suspended, with three years probation.
•Margaret McCandles pled guilty to obtaining personal information of another with intent to obtain financial credit. Sentenced to five years, five suspended, five years probation.
•Edward Chantrell Sykes pled guilty to receiving stolen property. Sentenced to five years, suspended to time served, five years probation.
•Brandon Martin McFall was sentenced to three years for burglary of equipment.
•Tony Easley sentenced to five years, five suspended, five years probation for grand larceny.
•Barry Keith Mister pled guilty to possession of cocaine. Sentenced to five years, four suspended, one to serve consecutive with present sentenced serving.
•Samatha Dawn Murphree sentenced to four years, four suspended, three years probation for possession of methamphetamine.
•Gloria Lawrence pled guilty to possession of cocaine. Sentenced to four years, four suspended, four years probation.
•John J. Harvey sentenced to 15 years, seven suspended, eight to serve for sale of cocaine.
•Redell McGuirt pled guilty to possession of cocaine. Sentenced to 15 years, five suspended, 10 to serve to run concurrent with present sentence.
•Twilene Anita Tutor sentenced to three years for grand larceny.
•Dorella Lester sentenced to five years, three years and two months suspended, one year two months to serve for two counts of uttering forgery.
•Willie Gladney’s probation was revoked.
•Cornelius Humphries probation was revoked for failure to complete restitution center, arrested for public drunk, disorderly conduct, possession of beer.
•Olivia Ann Buggs probation revoked for failure not to use or possess alcoholic beverages.
•Norman Peacock probation revoked for failure to complete restitution center.
•Windell Jefferson completed alcohol and drug program, but couldn’t complete restitution center due to disability, ordered back to Calhoun.
•Jimmie Tartt Jr. pled guilty to four counts sale of morphine. His sentencing was deferred.
•Jessie Allen Jennings probation revoked for failure to report to MDOC, maintain lawful employment, not to use illegal drugs, and to pay fines to circuit court.
•The first jury trial of the session was scheduled to begin Tuesday with Judge Robert Elliott presiding. The trial was Juanita Pass versus Freds Stores of Tennessee and Alton Clements for wrongful dismissal.
Two criminal trials could be held following the civil case.

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