District Court News: Nov. 16, 2017

Published 12:30 pm Thursday, November 16, 2017

Cases heard in Lincoln District Court. List includes names of those charged who are not identified as minors.

AUGUST 31

Keisha Hafley, third-degree terroristic threatening and fourth-degree assault domestic violence minor injury. 90 days probated two years.

David Ashley Price, leave accident/failure to render aid/assistance, convicted felon in possession of a handgun, operating on suspended/revoked operator’s license and first-degree wanton endangerment. Waived to grand jury.

Clarisa A. Ison, theft by unlawful taking or disp shoplifting less than $500. $100 fine, costs, 40 days, to serve 10 days, balance probated two years.

Michael J. Nevius, public intoxication controlled substance (excludes alcohol). $100 fine.

Laurie Lee Patterson, theft by unlawful taking or disp shoplifting less than $500. 40 days jail, 10 days to serve, balance probated two years.

Jose’ Angel Portela, theft by unlawful taking or disp shoplifting less than $500. 40 days, to serve 10 days, balance probated two years.

Jeremy Stephen Samples, theft by unlawful taking or disp shoplifting less than $500. 40 days, 10 days to serve, balance probated two years.

 

SEPTEMBER 5

Zachary T. Alcorn, third-degree criminal trespassing. $100 fine, costs, convert fine to two days (credit).

Rondall S. Hollingsworth, second-degree forgery amended to third-degree. 180 days concurrent with Bourbon Circuit sentence.

SEPTEMBER 7

Marilyn Dowell, operate motor vehicle under influence of alcohol/drugs, etc. .08 first offense. $200 fine, $375 service fee, 30 days license suspension.

Jessica Ann Lones, theft by unlawful taking or disp shoplifting less than $500. 40 days, to serve 10 days, credit for one day.

Jessie D. Stull, operate motor vehicle under influence alcohol/drugs, etc. .08 first offense, failure to wear seat belts – merged, failure of owner to maintain required insurance/security first, failure to register transfer of motor vehicle – merged and obstructed vision and/or windshield – merged. $200 fine, $375 service fee, costs, 30 days license suspension and $1,000 fine, $900 suspended and costs.

 

SEPTEMBER 11

Jeffrey Carlton, alcohol intoxication in a public place. $25 fine and costs.

Kendall Herring, theft by deception include cold checks less than $500. Restitution and fees.

Jordan Asberry, first-degree criminal mischief amended to second-degree. 12 months probated two years and on contact with complaining witness.

Jordan Asberry, theft by unlawful taking all others $500 or more but under $10,000 amended to theft by unlawful taking. 12 months probated two years with no offenses and no contact with complaining witness.

Jennifer Burnett, second-degree disorderly conduct, third-degree terroristic threatening – merged, two counts third-degree assault police/probation officer amended to attempted, two counts resisting arrest – – merged, second-degree disorderly conduct – merged, and alcohol intoxication in a public place – merged. 90 days probated two years; and 12 months probated two years.

Danny Richardson, theft by unlawful taking all others $500 or more but under $10,000 amended to theft by unlawful taking. 365 days probated two years and restitution of $3,600.

Debbie Scharborough, second-degree criminal possession forged instrument. Waived to grand jury.

Sarah Taylor, second-degree forgery. Waived to grand jury.

 

SEPTEMBER 14

Juan Gonzales, second-degree fleeing or evading police on foot – merged, resisting arrest. Time served.

Kayla K. McQueary, third-degree criminal trespassing. Time served.

Michael J. Nevius, fourth-degree assault minor injury. 90 days probated two years and no contact with complaining witness.

Charliene Norris, first-degree possession of controlled substance/drug unspecified. Waived to grand jury.

Danny Chase Peel, theft by unlawful taking or disp shoplifting less than $500. Plea of guilty. 40 days, 10 days to serve (credit) balance probated two years.

Joan Renee Stevens, tampering with physical evidence, first-degree possession of controlled substance/drug unspecified, drug paraphernalia  – buy/possess and public intoxication controlled substance. Waived to grand jury.

Donald Charlton, third-degree criminal mischief – merged and second-degree fleeing or evading police on foot.  90 days to serve (with credit).