2012-09-27 / Local & State

Judge Van Horn Presides Over September 18 Court Session

STAFF REPORT

Judge Carol L. Van Horn of the 39th Judicial District and the Fulton/Franklin County Court of Common Pleas presided over a court session held at the Fulton County Courthouse on Tuesday, September 18.

 Joey Russell DeShong was sentenced to five days in the Franklin County Prison for driving under the influence. He will pay a $300 fine as well as money to the Catastrophic Fund and EMS. For driving a vehicle without possessing required financial responsibility, DeShong will pay $300 in fines, $30 to the Catastrophic Fund and $10 to EMS.

 Justin Richard Hollabaugh was sentenced to between 15 days and 30 days in the Franklin County Prison for possession of a small amount of marijuana.

 Shirley D. Everts waived formal arraignment on one count each of simple assault and harassment. She entered a plea of not guilty and will next appear in court for the January 2013 call of the criminal trial list.

 John Allen Garner was granted a continuance for arraignment on one count of driving under the influence and three summary offenses.

 Joshua Allen Gosnell waived his right to arraignment on one count of theft. Gosnell entered a plea of not guilty and will appear for call of the criminal trial list in January 2013.

 Macy Lynn Mack pleaded not guilty to two counts each of theft and receiving stolen property. She was admitted into the Accelerated Rehabilitative Disposition (ARD) program and will accordingly complete 12 months probation.

 John Charles Munson Jr. pleaded not guilty to driving under the influence, driving under the influence as a minor and five summary offenses. Munson will participate in the ARD program and will complete 12 months probation.

 Tracey Deneen Jefferson was ordered to complete the balance of a prior sentence during a probation/ parole-violation hearing . Lacie Ann Washabaugh will complete the balance of a prior sentence in connection with violating the terms of probation/parole.

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