Judge Herman Holds Court Session
Judge Douglas W. Herman of the 39th Judicial District and the Fulton/Franklin County Court of Common Pleas presided over a court session held Tuesday, August 7, at the Fulton County Courthouse.
Robert Shane Cheatham was sentenced to six months probation for writing bad checks. Cheatham will also pay a $50 fine to Fulton County and a $25-permonth supervision fee.
Terry Lynn Jukes was sentenced to time in a state correctional institution in connection with driving under the influence and blood alcohol content .02 or greater (second offense). Various fines and fees were also assessed in the case.
Norma Jean Holmes appeared in court last Tuesday for formal arraignment on one count of recklessly en- dangering another person and two counts of permitting violation of title. Holmes waived arraignment and will next appear in court on October 9 for call of the criminal trial list.
Leon James Mumma waived mandatory arraignment on two counts of driving under the influence of alcohol and three summary offenses. Mumma pleaded guilty to driving under the influence and will be sentenced on September 11.
Amanda Lynn Repp waived arraignment and pleaded not guilty to criminal mischief. Repp will next appear in court for call of the criminal trial list on October 9.
Sara Ann Shawley waived arraignment on July 7 to two counts of driving under the influence of a controlled substance; one count each of possession of a controlled substance, the use or possession of drug paraphernalia, recklessly endangering another person; and four summary offenses.
Shawley pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of a controlled substance and was sentenced to between eight days and six months in the Franklin County Prison. She will pay a $1,000 fine, $50 to the Catastrophic Fund, a $25-per-month supervision fee, $88 to Fulton County Medical Center, $113 to the state police, $201 in restitution and a Central Booking fee.
Shawley also entered a guilty plea to reckless endangerment, which carried an additional sentence of seven days to 12 months incarceration. She will complete 30 hours of community service and pay a $25-per-month supervision fee.