2010-09-30 / Local & State

July 20, 26, Aug. 3, 10, 17, 24 Court Sessions Held At Fulton Theatre

STAFF REPORT

Judges Angela Rosenberry Krom, Carol L. Van Horn, Douglas W. Herman, Richard J. Walsh and Shawn D. Meyers of the 39th Judicial District of the Fulton/ Franklin County Court of Common Pleas presided over a series of court sessions held in Fulton Theatre on July 20, July 26, August 3, August 10, August 17 and August 24.

Cindy Sue Naugle was sentenced to complete between 12 and 36 months in a state correctional institution on July 20.

Charles Brady Sharar was ordered to spend a total of 135 days in the Franklin County Prison.

Travis Earl Finks appeared with his attorney for arraignment and entered a guilty plea to driving under the influence. He will be sentenced at the call of Fulton County District Attorney Travis Kendall.

John Russell Garland appeared with legal counsel and waived arraignment proceedings on charges of driving under the influence. Garland was ordered to complete 12 months probation in conjunction with the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program.

Robert William Perrin appeared without an attorney and entered a guilty plea to driving under the influence. He was scheduled to be sentenced on September 14.

David Jeffrey Schultz appeared with his attorney for arraignment on charges of driving under the influence. Schultz entered a guilty plea and was tentatively scheduled to be sentenced on August 24.

Emory Christopher Bishop appeared pro-se and admitted to violating the terms of the ARD program. A written court order was issued in the matter.

Those undergoing probation/ parole-violation hearings were Lance Coble and Joshua Isaac Wilson, while John Marshall Hamil Jr. and Justin Taylor Kromer appeared in court on July 20 for contempt hearings.

On July 26, the court accepted a plea of guilty from Jerry True, who was cited for driving under the influence. True was slated to be sentenced on September 14.

James Michael Buser appeared with his attorney for sentencing on charges of driving under the influence. Buser was ordered to complete 12 months in the Bedford County Prison.

Misty Lee Helman appeared with legal counsel on August 3 for arraignment proceedings held on charges of driving under the influence. Helman entered a plea of “no contest” and was set to be sentenced on September 21.

Ryan Wade Smith appeared with his attorney and pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence. A trial for Smith has tentatively been scheduled for the October 25 term of court.

Ryan O’Neal Jefferson appeared in court on August 10 on charges of criminal trespassing, to which he entered a guilty plea. Jefferson will be sentenced on October 19.

Wendy Joy Marshall appeared pro-se and waived arraignment on charges of possession of a small amount of marijuana and the use or possession of drug paraphernalia. Marshall was placed in the ARD program and will accordingly complete six months probation.

Nicholas Wayne Swope Jr. and Joshua Isaac Wilson appeared in court for parole/ probation-violation hearings.

Aaron Lee Deneen was ordered to complete 24 months probation in a state correctional institution (SCI) for theft by unlawful taking. Deneen also appeared in court on an unrelated incident involving driving under the influence. He will complete 72 hours in a SCI that will run simultaneously with the sentence imposed for theft.

Gregory Eugene Wills Jr. was set to complete 71 days in Franklin County Prison for fleeing or attempting to elude a police officer and driving under suspension. He was granted time previously served.

Jeremy William Decker entered a guilty plea to driving under the influence on August 17.

Lloyd Eugene Evans appeared pro-se on charges of possession of a small amount of marijuana and summary offenses. Evans pleaded guilty to possession and will complete six months probation.

Brice Harris Gentry appeared with legal counsel and pleaded not guilty to possession of a controlled substance and criminal conspiracy. Gentry’s trial has been set for the October 25 term of court.

Justin Taylor Kromer appeared in court for a contempt hearing.

On August 24 John Michael Conley appeared pro-se and waived arraignment on driving-under-theinfluence. He was sentenced to complete 12 months probation through the ARD program.

Andrew Lee Little and Nicholas Wayne Swope Jr. appeared for probation/ parole-violation hearings.

Bench warrants were issued for the arrest of Warran Garland Crawley and Patrick Wayne Patterson, who were set to appear for criminal contempt hearings. A written court order was issued in the matter.

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