2012-07-12 / Local & State

Tuesday Court Session Held

STAFF REPORT

Judge Carol L. Van Horn of the 39th Judicial District and the Fulton County Court of Common Pleas presided over a court session held at the Fulton County Courthouse on Tuesday, July 3.

 Jordan Lynn Castle appeared in court for sentencing on one count of simple assault. Castle was ordered to complete nine months probation at the expiration of a previously imposed sentence.

 Michael Adam Deneen was granted a continuance for sentencing on one count of simple assault.

 Douglas Alan Kerlin was sentenced to between four and 23 months in the Franklin County Prison for unsworn falsification to authorities. He will also pay a $150 fine. On an additional count of false reports, Kerlin will complete 18 months probation. The sentence will begin at the conclusion of the sentence for assault.

 Jeremy Lee Woolford will complete six months probation for simple assault. Woolford’s sentence will begin at the expiration of a previously imposed sentence.  Jeffrey Lee Brown appeared in court on two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol; one count each of resisting arrest and fleeing or attempting to elude an officer; and four summary offenses. Brown waived his right to formal arraignment and entered a not-guilty plea to all charges. He is scheduled to appear in court on October 9 for call of the criminal trial list.

 Timothy Kent Gelvin was granted a continuance for arraignment on one count of bad checks.

 Lisa Marie Goshorn waived arraignment proceedings held on two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol, one count of false identification to law enforcement and six summary offenses. Goshorn pleaded guilty to drunk driving and false identification. She will be sentenced on July 17.

 Kayla Marie Hill appeared in court for formal arraignment on two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol and one summary offense. Hill was entered into the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program and will accordingly complete 12 months probation.

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