2010-07-15 / Local & State

Court Session Held July 6

STAFF REPORT

Judge Carol L. Van Horn of the 39th Judicial District of the Fulton/Franklin County Court of Common Pleas presided over a court session held on Tuesday, July 6, in Fulton Theatre.

Randall S. Skiles appeared pro-se and waived arraignment proceedings held on charges of simple assault and harassment. Skiles was admitted into the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program following a motion by Fulton County District Attorney Travis Kendall.

Charles Wilson Uzor appeared with an attorney and entered a plea of guilty to recklessly endangering another person and maximum speed limits. He was granted time previously served.

Jason Phelan, who is charged with driving under suspension and forgery, was granted a continuance until the October 25 court term.

Lisa Smith was also granted a continuance until the October 25 term of court. Smith is charged with possession of a controlled substance and the use or possession of drug paraphernalia.

Joshua Gregory Branson appeared with legal counsel on charges of criminal mischief. Branson entered a guilty plea and was ordered to complete 12 months probation.

Tony Tyrone Gantz pleaded guilty to theft by deception. He will be sentenced on August 31.

Heather Lake appeared with her attorney on charges of the use or possession of drug paraphernalia. Lake pleaded guilty, and a written court order was issued in the matter.

In an unrelated case, Lake also entered a plea of guilty to false or fraudulent medical assistance claim and theft by deception.

Travis Allen Lease was sentenced to 12 months probation after entering a plea of guilty to harassment.

Cinda Lee Rosenberry pleaded guilty to false or fraudulent medical assistance claim and theft by deception. Rosenberry will be sentenced on August 31.

Crystal Dawn Stanley appeared with her attorney and pleaded guilty to possession of a small amount of marijuana and the use or possession of drug paraphernalia. Stanley will be sentenced on August 31.

Jerry Vaine True appeared with legal counsel and requested a trial on charges of driving under the influence.

Michael Keith Wilson entered a guilty plea to driving under the influence. He will complete 90 days in the Franklin County Prison.

Probation/parole-violation hearings were held for Michael Atkins and Robert Prebehalla.

A continuance was granted for James Michael Buser, who appeared in court last Tuesday for sentencing.

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