Judge Walsh Presides Over Feb. 16 Court Session
Judge Richard J. Walsh of the 39th Judicial District of the Fulton/ Franklin County Court of Common Pleas presided over a court session held at the Fulton County Courthouse on Tuesday, February 16.
Mavarick Lee Gabelli appeared without legal counsel for mandatory arraignment on charges of terroristic threats, simple assault and harassment. Gabelli entered a not-guilty plea, and his trial has been scheduled for the April 26 term of court.
Tiffany Marie Hopkins appeared with her attorney and entered a guilty plea to retail theft. Hopkins was sentenced to 10 days in the Franklin County Prison.
Kevin Tyler Rideout appeared with legal counsel on charges of possession of controlled substances, possession of a small amount of marijuana and the use or possession of drug paraphernalia. Rideout waived arraignment and pleaded not guilty. His trial has been scheduled for the April 26 term of court.
Carl Jonathan Stallman appeared without an attorney and pleaded not guilty to one count each of the possession of a small amount of marijuana, the use or possession of drug paraphernalia and driving under the influence. His trial has been tentatively set for the April 26 court term.
Jason Patrick Phelan failed to appear in court on charges of forgery. A bench warrant was issued for Phelan’s arrest.
A revocation of bail hearing was conducted for Cindy Sue Naugle, who is charged with terroristic threats, retaliation against a witness or victim and disorderly conduct.
Carolyn Marie Spoonire appeared in court for an omnibus pretrial motion hearing. Spoonire is charged with criminal conspiracy engaging; the manufacture, delivery or possession with intent to manufacture or deliver; and possession of a controlled substance.
Sandra Lee Gilbert appeared for sentencing and was ordered to complete between 72 hours in the Franklin County Prison for driving under the influence. Gilbert’s sentence was slated to begin Friday, February 19.
Samantha Renee Gilroy will complete 36 months probation for forgery.
Lisa Haulman was ordered to complete nine months probation for simple possession.