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Wilson County District Court

Posted 5/18/17

Sept. 7

John M. Britt, presiding

R. Evans/E. Farthing, prosecutors

• Christopher D. Boddie, probation violation, defendant admits violation, stop future supervision fees, finish community service and treatment, once all conditions are …

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Wilson County District Court

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Posted

Sept. 7

John M. Britt, presiding

R. Evans/E. Farthing, prosecutors

• Christopher D. Boddie, probation violation, defendant admits violation, stop future supervision fees, finish community service and treatment, once all conditions are completed, transfer to unsupervised probation.

• Daryl T. Burgwyn, violation of court order, defendant admits violation, admits not doing community service hours, finish community service within 60 days.

• Jakwon K. Carmichael, probation violation, defendant admits violation, sign over bond today.

• Benamin Darden Jr., probation violation, defendant admits violation, extend one year, stop future supervision fees, complete community service hours.

• Dazhell R. Eddie, probation violation, defendant admits violation, extend one year, pay money and do all things ordered.

• Kirk Edmondson, violation of court order, defendant admits violation, pay $150 by Sept. 27 and complete community service hours.

• Cameron S. Ellis, probation violation, defendant admits violation, confinement in response to violation 30 days Wilson County Jail.

• Kentwan S. Garrett, misdemeanor larceny, 86 days Wilson County Jail, credit 86 days.

• Jeremy Green, probation violation out of county, defendant admits violation, probation extended one year, pay $300 on Sept. 9 and balance at direction of probation officer; probation violation, defendant admits violation, pay $500 on Sept. 16 and balance at direction of probation officer; probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation extended one year, pay at direction of probation officer, $247.50 attorney fees.

• Darius Horne, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation extended one year, remit future supervision fees, pay $40 today, $150 on Friday and balance at direction of probation officer.

• Peter A. Landry, violation of court order, defendant admits violation, admits not doing community service hours, 24 hours Wilson County Jail in lieu of community service.

• Shaquana Langston, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked, 30 days Wilson County Jail, credit two days, remit any money owed.

• Jeremy R. McDaris, probation violation, defendant admits violation, extend probation one year, all conditions are still in effect.

• Dash B. Stanley, probation violation, defendant admits violation, confinement in response to violation 30 days Wilson County Jail, all money docketed as a civil judgment.

• Tameka D. Wade, probation violation, defendant admits violation, extend probation 36 months, stop supervision fees, pay $70 each month.

• Betty J. Woodard, probation violation, defendant admits violation, extend probation one year, stop probation fees as of today, once money is paid move to unsupervised probation; probation violation, defendant admits violation, admits to not paying money, pay $508 today, remit anything over $508.

• Terrence O. Buffaloe, probation violation, defendant admits violation, extend probation one year, release from jail today, no positive screens, pay money, may move to unsupervised probation.

Editor’s note: Unlike Superior Court, the District Courts process a high volume of misdemeanor cases, including minor traffic matters and infractions. Any conclusions from a reported summary of a specific District Court session should be drawn in this context.

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