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Posted

Sept. 12

John J. Covolo, presiding

C. Quinn/K. Arch, prosecutors

• Victor M. Acosta, driving while impaired, 120 days Wilson County Jail suspended six months, $100 fine, court costs, 48 hours community service within 120 days, community service fee, not operate vehicle until properly licensed, obtain assessment and follow recommended treatment.

• Tawanna R. Applewhite, injury to real property, voluntarily dismissed.

• Untilrell S. Artis, assault on female, voluntarily dismissed.

• Latavious Avent, misdemeanor larceny, remit $200 restitution, pay balance by Nov. 30.

• Theodore R. Bass, tampering with vehicle, voluntarily dismissed.

• James R. Batts, fictitious/altered title/registration card/tag, voluntarily dismissed.

• Emily C. Boykin, probation violation, defendant admits violation, remit balance and dismiss case.

• Christopher Bryant, possess stolen goods/property, voluntarily dismissed.

• Timothy R. Bryant Jr., simple assault, voluntarily dismissed.

• Shawn L. Bynum, driving while license revoked not impaired revoked, 15 days Wilson County Jail suspended six months, $50 fine, court costs; fail to wear seat belt-driver, voluntarily dismissed.

• Francisco P. Cabrera, misdemeanor larceny, 18 days Wilson County Jail, credit 18 days.

• Tamila B. Daniel, misdemeanor larceny, voluntarily dismissed.

• Charles D. Draper, assault on female, voluntarily dismissed.

• Brittany Dupree, misdemeanor child abuse, 25 days Wilson County Jail, credit 25 days; contributing to delinquency of juvenile, voluntarily dismissed.

• Claudio Fernandez-Juan, probation violation, defendant admits violation, pay today in full.

• Jose Garcia-Arias, no operator’s license, voluntarily dismissed; driving while impaired, six months misdemeanor confinement program suspended eight months, $150 fine, court costs, 72 hours community service within 120 days, community service fee, obtain assessment and follow recommended treatment.

• April D. Gowin, shoplifting concealment of goods, 20 days Wilson County Jail suspended one year, $60 fine, court costs, not go on premises of Dollar General.

• Karina Hernandez, shoplifting concealment of goods, voluntarily dismissed.

• Clarence Horne, two counts communicating threats, voluntarily dismissed; injury to real property, 120 days Wilson County Jail suspended one year, $600 fine, court costs, pay by Dec. 30.

• Natalie Jones, misdemeanor larceny, voluntarily dismissed.

• Dendria B. Kamal, fail to wear seat belt-driver, $10 fine, court costs.

• Andre D. King, resisting public officer, injury to real property, consolidated for judgment, 120 days Wilson County Jail suspended one year, $50 fine, court costs, no go to Subway in Lucama; probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, 15 days Wilson County Jail, credit 15 days.

• Windy Lee, school attendance law violation, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended six months, $50 fine, court costs.

• Deanthony Livingston, communicating threats, voluntarily dismissed.

• Jerrell D. Lofton, possess open container/consume alcohol passenger area, prayer for judgment on payment of costs.

• Dustin Martinez, misdemeanor larceny, voluntarily dismissed.

• Antonio L. Moody, assault on female, voluntarily dismissed.

• Christopher L. Newcomb, communicating threats, voluntarily dismissed.

• Crystal M. Pate, assault by pointing a gun, voluntarily dismissed.

• Donald I. Pettiford, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue on probation and extend one year, stay in treatment, remit all supervision fees, pay $90 today.

• Sergio Rivera, second-degree trespass, prayer for judgment on payment of costs.

• Samuel P. Steed, misdemeanor larceny, voluntarily dismissed.

• Phaheem R. Swinson, motions, continue until Sept. 26 to bring $120 or 24 hours community service and bring proof.

• Odell Thompson Jr., possess Schedule VI controlled substance, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended six months, 24 hours community service within 90 days, community service fee, remit fine and cost, destroy marijuana.

• Tyre L. Thorne, noise ordinance violation, voluntarily dismissed.

• Sandra H. Tyson, domestic violence protective order violation, voluntarily dismissed.

• Devon L. Williams, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, pay today in full.

• Donovan L. Williams, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, pay today in full.

• Terrell Woodard, driving while impaired, 0.13 percent Breathalyzer reading, 24 days Wilson County Jail suspended 18 months, $200 fine, court costs, obtain assessment, 30 days Wilson County Jail at direction of probation officer, pay jail fees, attend 12 AA meetings within 90 days and provide proof, no alcohol in system, possession, home or car; hit/run fail to stop property damage, voluntarily dismissed; driving while license revoked not impaired revoked, voluntarily dismissed; fail to maintain lane control, voluntarily dismissed.

• Albert W. Wright, assault with a deadly weapon, voluntarily dismissed.

• Kendall T. Young, driving while license revoked not impaired revoked, voluntarily dismissed; noise ordinance violation, voluntarily dismissed; fail to wear seat belt-driver, voluntarily dismissed; two counts driving while license revoked not impaired revoked, consolidated for judgment, 10 days Wilson County Jail suspended six months, $50 fine, court costs; window tinting violation, voluntarily dismissed; speeding, voluntarily dismissed.

• Aleida A. Zamorano, fail to wear seat belt-driver, $50 fine, court costs; driving while license revoked not impaired revoked, voluntarily dismissed.

• Charles D. Draper, no operator’s license, 20 days Wilson County Jail suspended six months, $50 fine, court costs, $220 attorney fees; motorcycle endorsement, voluntarily dismissed.

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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