2009-12-31 / Police Reports

Judge Walsh Presides Over Dec. 15 Court Session

STAFF REPORT

Judge Richard J. Walsh of the 39th Judicial District of the Fulton County Court of Common Pleas presided over a court session held on Tuesday, December 15, at the Fulton County Courthouse.

Larry Kinton Barton appeared with legal counsel for arraignment proceedings held on charges of driving under the influence. Barton entered a guilty plea and was sentenced to complete six months probation.

William John Decyk III appeared with his attorney and pleaded not guilty to burglary. Decyk will reappear in court during the January 25 term of court for a trial.

Steven Keith Duffey appeared with his attorney and entered a not-guilty plea to burglary. His trial will be scheduled for the January 25 court term.

Timothy Barmont Fore appeared with legal counsel on charges of driving under the influence. Fore pleaded not guilty, and his trial has been set for the January 25 court term.

Matthew Shane Johnson appeared with legal representation and entered a plea of guilty to one count of simple assault. Johnson was ordered to complete 24 months probation.

Billy Joe Pittman appeared with his attorney and pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence. Pittman’s trial has been scheduled for the January 25 term of court.

Michael Lynn Robinson appeared with his attorney on charges of burglary. Robinson pleaded not guilty, and his trial will be held during the January 25 court term.

Kourtney Lee Branche entered a guilty plea to separate incidents involving burglary and forgery. Sentencing on both charges has been set for February 17. On an additional unrelated case of driving under the influence, Branche was sentenced to between 48 hours and six months in the Franklin County Prison.

David Alan Strock appeared with his attorney on charges of driving under the influence and was sentenced by the court to complete between 90 days and 60 months in the Franklin County Prison.

Darren Stewart Woodring also appeared in court on charges of driving under the influence and will spend between 30 days and six months in the Franklin County Prison.

Christopher Hoggatt appeared with legal counsel for a probation/parole-violation hearing. Hoggatt was ordered to 30 months in a state correctional institution.

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