2009-06-04 / Local & State

Court Sessions Held May 12, May 19

STAFF REPORT

Judges Douglas W. Herman and Richard J. Walsh of the 39th Judicial District of the Court of Common Pleas presided over court sessions held on Tuesday, May 12 and 19, at the Fulton County Courthouse.

Warren Garland Crawley appeared with legal counsel and waived arraignment proceedings on charges of false reports and driving an unregistered vehicles. Crawley pled guilty to making false reports and will be sentenced on June 16.

David John House appeared with his attorney for arraignment on driving under the influence and summary offenses. House pled guilty to driving under the influence and was ordered to complete between 72 hours and six months in the Franklin County Prison.

Joshua Louis McCloskey appeared with an attorney on two counts of driving under the influence and summary offenses. McCloskey was sentenced to complete 12 months probation.

Richard Thomas Truett Jr. appeared with his attorney on two counts of driving under the influence and summary offenses. Truett pled not guilty, and his trial is scheduled to be held during the July 27 term of court.

Christopher Aaron Yost appeared with legal counsel on one count of criminal mischief, propulsion of a missile into an occupied vehicle and depositing waste on a highway. Yost was admitted into the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program and will complete 12 months probation

Jordan Lynn Castle appeared with his attorney for sentencing on charges of simple assault and harassment. Castle will complete 12 months probation and pay $250 in fines to Fulton County.

Grover L.K. Solomon was ordered to complete between 42 days and 18 months in the Franklin County Prison. Solomon had been charged with possession of a small amount of marijuana, recklessly endangering another person, fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer and summary offenses.

Dustin Roger Sowers appeared with his attorney for sentencing on charges of driving under the influence and summary offenses. Sowers will spend between 90 days and 60 months in the Franklin County Prison.

Eric John Butts appeared with his attorney for arraignment proceedings held on charges of recklessly endangering another person, simple assault, harassment and summary offenses. Butts entered a notguilty plea. His trial is slated to be held during the July 27 term of court.

Kevin Lloyd Clark appeared with legal counsel and will complete 12 months in conjunction with the ARD program on charges of simple assault, terroristic threats, harassment and summary offenses.

Richard Forrest Eyler appeared with his attorney and waived arraignment proceedings on charges of simple assault and summary offenses. After entering a guilty plea, Eyler was ordered to complete 90 days probation.

Michelle Lee Gaul appeared pro-se on two counts of driving under the influence and summary offenses. Gaul pled guilty to the second count of drunkdriving and will spend between 72 hours and six months in the Franklin County Prison.

Robert Kevin Lyons appeared with legal representation on charges of burglary, criminal trespassing-entering a structure and criminal mischief. Lyons pleaded guilty to criminal trespassing and will be sentenced on June 23.

Keith Percell Thomas appeared pro-se and was entered into the ARD program on charges of possession of a small amount of marijuana and use or possession of drug paraphernalia. Thomas will complete 12 months probation through the program.

Quentin Adam DeShong appeared without counsel for sentencing on three counts of driving under the influence. DeShong was ordered to spend 48 hours in the Franklin County Prison.

Joshua Eugene Jones appeared with his attorney and will complete between 81 days and nine months in the Franklin County Prison on charges of retail theft.

Randi Lee Kohr was ordered by the court to complete between nine and 23 months in the Franklin County Prison on charges of stalking. Kohr also appeared in court for a probation/ parole-violation hearing and was recommitted to serve the balance of a previously imposed sentence.

Alfred Bernard Claggett Jr. also appeared for a probation/ parole-violation hearing. Claggett was recommitted to serve the balance of previously imposed sentence.

A probation/parole hearing for Kirk Edward Danfelt will be continued at a later date.

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