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Wilson County District Court, Dec. 5

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Dec. 5

William C. Farris, presiding

McFarland/Tilley, prosecutors

  • Caleb W. Ammons, misdemeanor larceny, 120 days misdemeanor confinement program, credit 107 days, remit fines/cost, not go on premises of Walmart.
  • Ashley C. Atkinson, fail to notify DMV, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Corey Atkinson, misdemeanor larceny, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Misty J. Bales, misdemeanor larceny, 30 days Wilson County Jail, credit 30 days, remit all fines and cost, not go on premises of Walmart without written permission from manager; second-degree trespass, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Carroll A. Barbour, assault and battery, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Charles E. Barnes, assault on female, injury to real property, 38 days Wilson County Jail suspended, remit all fines and cost; communicating threats, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Nathaniel aka Nathaniel L. Barnett, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, modified to 15 days Wilson County Jail, credit 15 days, remit all fines and cost.
  • Tekisha Barton aka Tekisha C. Barton, defendant admits violation, pay today in full.
  • Avery M. Blount, misdemeanor larceny, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Rodney T. Bynum, second-degree trespass, voluntarily dismissed; simple assault, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Mitchell Cooper, shoplifting concealment of goods, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Billy L. Diaz, misdemeanor larceny, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended five years, $100 fine, court costs, not go on premises of Walmart including parking lot; misdemeanor larceny, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended five years, $100 fine, court costs, not go on premises of Walmart including parking lot.
  • Justin W. Evans, unauthorized use of motor vehicle, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Melissa Y. Fuller, simple assault, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Cornelius G. Gibbs, assault on female, voluntarily dismissed; defendant not to return to property of prosecuting witness.
  • Jimmy D. Gorham, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, pay today.
  • Mikal S. Hardy, misdemeanor larceny, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Robert L. Holden Jr., second-degree trespass, voluntarily dismissed; communicating threats, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Kayla L. Holt, unauthorized use of motor vehicle, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Kedrin B. Jones, probation violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked, modified to 30 days Wilson County Jail, credit 20 days, remit all costs and fines, restitution civil judgment.
  • Teresa L. Jones, no operator's license, $50 fine, court costs.
  • Heather Lucas, assault and battery, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Valenta A. Lucas, assault on female, voluntarily dismissed; misdemeanor larceny, voluntarily dismissed; fail to give information/aid per injury, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Harvey S. McNair, driving while license revoked not impaired revoked, voluntarily dismissed; shoplifting concealment of goods, 20 days Wilson County Jail suspended five years, 24 hours community service within 90 days; community service fee, pay cost, $165 attorney fees; possess Schedule VI controlled substance, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Frederick J. Miller, obtain property false pretense, voluntarily dismissed; attempted larceny, 60 days Wilson County Jail suspended five years, $100 fine, court costs, not go on premises of Walmart including parking lot, $220 attorney fees.
  • Shamar S. Mitchell, possess marijuana up to 0.50 ounces, deferred until May 5, 24 hours community service within 90 days, community service fee.
  • Eric M. Morgan, second-degree trespass, voluntarily dismissed; resisting public officer, 60 days Wilson County Jail suspended two years, 50 hours community service within 150 days, community service fee, pay cost.
  • Antonio K. Pack, assault on female, 150 days misdemeanor confinement program suspended five years, pay cost, $236.50 attorney fees, not be in presence of prosecuting witness without written permission.
  • James M. Parker, violation of court order, defendant admits violation, willful, remit fines and cost, probation revoked, sentence invoked and modified to 39 days Wilson County Jail, restitution civil judgment.
  • April D. Poage, speeding, 76/55, $50 fine, court costs.
  • Tracy H. Price, two counts dog/cat/ferret vaccination, voluntarily dismissed; two counts leash law violation, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Sarah G. Purkett, shoplifting concealment of goods, five days Wilson County Jail, remit all fines and cost.
  • Nicholas J. Speight, expired registration card/tag, 15 days Wilson County Jail suspended three years, $75 fine, court costs; driving while license revoked not impaired revoked, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Dash B. Stanley, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked modified to 20 days Wilson County Jail, credit 20 days.
  • Christina H. Sutton, four counts worthless check, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Donald R. Whitley, assault on female, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Gordon C. Windham, assault on female, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Jason M. Windsor, misdemeanor larceny, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Melissa K. Winstead, simple assault, voluntarily dismissed.
  • China A. Brewer, possess marijuana up to 0.50 ounces, voluntarily dismissed; possess drug paraphernalia, 30 days Wilson County Jail, credit two days, remit all fines and cost.
  • Jarmall V. Hocutt, resisting public officer, 13 days Wilson County Jail, credit 13 days, remit all fines and cost.
  • Dennis Manning, injury to real property, voluntarily dismissed.
  • Candice Martin, shoplifting concealment of goods, 72 hours community service within 120 days, community service fee, remit cost, not go on premises of Walmart, $70 restitution to Walmart.
  • Phaheem R. Swinson, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, pay today.
  • Michael Barnes, assault on female, 75 days Wilson County Jail suspended five years, pay cost, not assault/threaten.

ditor'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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