Judge Walsh Presides Over June 9 Court Session
Judge Richard J. Walsh of the 39th Judicial District of the Court of Common Pleas presided over a court session held on Tuesday, June 9, at the Fulton County Courthouse.
Gregory Lee Banks appeared with his attorney and waived arraignment proceedings held on charges of driving under the influence and summary offenses. Banks was admitted into the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program and will complete 12 months probation.
William K. Barnhart Jr. also appeared in court on June 9 on charges of driving under the influence and summary offenses. Barnhart pled guilty to drunkdriving and will be sentenced on July 14 following a presentence investigation by the Fulton County Probation Department.
Kourtney Lee Branche appeared with legal counsel and pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence and summary offenses. Branche's trial has been tentatively set for July 27 court term.
Neil Richard Crouse appeared with his attorney on charges of stalking and harassment. Crouse pled not guilty, and his trial will be scheduled for the July 27 term of court.
Kayla Caroline Frisby appeared with her attorney and waived arraignment proceedings on charges of access-device fraud. Frisby pled not guilty. Her trial will be held during the July 27 court term.
Victor Charles Gavin appeared in court on charges of simple assault, recklessly endangering another person and harassment. Gavin was admitted into the ARD program and will complete 12 months probation.
Latoya Kira Sheffield appeared with legal counsel on arraignment on charges of access device fraud. Sheffield entered a not-guilty plea and will reappear in court during the July 27 term for a trial.
Alvin Timothy Peck appeared in court for sentencing for four separate incidents involving manufacture, delivery, possession with intent to manufacture, deliver or possess a controlled substance. Peck was ordered to complete 36 months in a state correctional institution for each of the first three counts and the final count of 12 months will run concurrently with the first sentence imposed.
Antonio Everette McNear appeared for a probation/paroleviolation hearing. McNear admitted to the violation and a written court order was issued in the matter.