WILSON’S LOCAL PRINT AND DIGITAL COMMUNITY INSTITUTION SINCE 1896

Wilson county superior court Sept. 10, 2019

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L. Lamont Wiggins, presiding

July 15

• Tony E. Bailey, pleaded guilty — Alford plea to indecent liberties with child, 19-32 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction, defendant eligible for work release, not be in presence of any minor; indecent liberties with child, 19-32 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction at expiration of first sentence, same conditions; indecent liberties with child, 19-32 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction at expiration of second sentence, same conditions; indecent liberties with child, 19-32 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction at expiration of third sentence, same conditions; indecent liberties with child, 19-32 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction at expiration of fourth sentence, same conditions; all monies and attorney fees civil judgment, register as sex offender for 30 years, permanent no contact order, no contact with victim order.

• Lorenzo Perez Tovilla, pleaded guilty — Alford plea to indecent liberties with child, 16-29 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction, psychiatric counseling for sex offender, recommends work release or other work programs; 16-29 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction at expiration of first sentence; 15-27 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction, at expiration of second sentence; all money civil judgment, register as sex offender for 30 years, permanent no contact directly or indirectly.

• Samantha Allen, pleaded guilty to possess cocaine, 90-96 suspended 24 months, not test positive for controlled substance issue, no possession of paraphernalia or controlled substance, TASC within 90 days and follow treatment, defendant has 14 days to have a verified permanent residence and report to her probation officer, vocational assessment with 120 days, 24 hours community service within 12 months, community service fee, pay $50 monthly beginning Sept. 3, remit supervision fees within 18 months, if all conditions complete move to unsupervised probation, destroy drugs.

• Martin Duran, pleaded no contest to indecent liberties with child, 19-32 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction, psychiatric test and counseling for sex offender and any other treatment, work release recommended but not around any minor child, court costs and attorney fees civil judgment, 19-32 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction at expiration of first sentence, register as sex offender for 30 years, permanent no contact order.

• Jimmie Newsome, pleaded guilty to shoot into occupied dwelling, 20-36 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction suspended 24 months, within seven days sign and release all medical and mental health records, within 72 hours surrender any and all firearms, within 90 days record psychiatric evaluations especially anger management, no contact with victim directly or indirectly, $500 fine, court costs, restitution on worksheet, pay $50 monthly beginning Sept. 3, waive supervision fees, destroy firearm.

• Sequin Curry, defendant pleaded guilty — Alford plea to assault on female, 150 days Wilson County Jail, money and attorney fees civil judgment.

• Jonathan Strum, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue on probation, contempt 30 days served.

• Joshua Chandler, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, contempt 30 days, once served terminate probation, money civil judgment.

• Terrance Battle, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, 30 days contempt and terminate with credit.

• Marcus Clay, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, 30 days contempt with credit, terminate; probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue on probation, within 18 months move to unsupervised probation if no violations and money is paid.

July 17

• Tyler Winstead, pleaded guilty to possess cocaine, 6-17 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction suspended 24 months, not to test positive for controlled substance, TASC within 90 days and follow treatment, 24 hours community service within 12 months, community service fee, $500 fine, court costs, $360 attorney fees, pay $200 monthly beginning Sept. 3, destroy drugs; possess heroin, six to 17 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction at expiration of first sentence, same conditions, no court costs, extra 24 hours community service within 12 months, destroy drugs.

• Carlos Serrano, pleaded guilty — Alford plea to indecent liberties with child, 16-29 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction, psychiatric counseling for sex offender, recommends work release, no minor children, money and attorney fees civil judgment; pleaded guilty — Alford plea to indecent liberties with child, 16-29 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction same requirements as above, register as sex offender for 30 years, permanent no contact order.

July 18

• Kali Woodruff, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue on probation, confinement in response to violation, 90 days Wilson County Jail, electronic house arrest continues after confinement in response to violation.

• William Proctor, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue on probation, contempt eight days with credit, waive future supervision fees.

• Raleik Spencer, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, confinement in response to violation, 90 days Wilson County Jail, DART once released, hold in Wilson County Jail until bed is available.

• Dustin Keen, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, receive substance, mental health evaluation, work release at discretion of N.C. Department of Adult Correction, all money civil judgment.

• Molique Artis, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked at expiration of any sentence serving.

Walter H. Godwin Jr., presiding

July 29

• Channing Barnes, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, 15 days Wilson County Jail at direction of probation officer, TASC within 30 days, once disability obtained set payment plan.

• Kavon Payne, probation violation, defendant admits violation, 20 hours community service weekly, waive community service fee until employed, electronic monitoring once home with mother, $120 attorney fees, set payment once employed, waive probation supervision fees.

• Jerome Smith, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money and attorney fees civil judgment.

• Terry Farmer, probation violation, defendant admits violation, 10 days Wilson County Jail, credit seven days.

• Emanuel Graham, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, extend 12 months, 20 hours community service weekly until employed, waive community service fee, set payment once employed, waive all probation supervision fees, attorney fees civil judgment.

• Chuncey Artis, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, TASC and follow treatment, pay $75 monthly, sign waiver with treatment.

• Jahquan Best, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, extend probation six months, continue probation, extend community service.

• Shaquille Worthy, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, DART, hold in Wilson County Jail, after six months negative drug test and after DART waive probation supervision fees.

• Quamel McKeithan, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment.

• Jaylend Howard, probation violation, defendant admits violation, confinement in response to violation, 90 days Wilson County Jail, terminate probation, money civil judgment.

• Robin Pender, two counts probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment.

• Ramon Rodriguez, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment.

• Steven Sullivan, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, TASC, sign release with treatment, attorney fee $120, waive probation supervision fees.

• Christopher Moore, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment, concurrent with any active sentence serving.

• Tyrone Eatmon, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, 30 days contempt, money civil judgment.

• Kelijah Taylor, two counts probation violation, consolidated for judgment, defendant admits violation, 90-96 adjusted, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, money due today, TASC, waive probation supervision fees, 24 hours community service within 180 days, waive community service fee.

• Joshua Mullett, defendant motion to terminate, defendant has evidence money was paid, probation terminated.

• Aaron Harrell, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, $80 paid, conditions apply, attorney fees civil judgment.

• Crystal Parrish, probation violation defendant admits violation, willful, 30 days contempt, $200 due today, $120 attorney fees civil judgment, TASC, make payments within 30 days.

• Sacha Rosier, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, 30 days Wilson County Jail, credit 21 days, money civil judgment.

• Tammy Schroeder, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, all attorney fees civil judgment, pay $25 monthly, extend probation 12 months.

• Portialia Eatmon, probation violation, defendant admits violation, money civil judgment, terminate probation, attorney fee civil judgment.

• Regina Edberson, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment, attorney fee civil judgment.

• Candance Martin, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment.

• Shekita Pender, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment.

• Marvin Harris, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, $120 attorney fee civil judgment, pay $100 by 4 p.m., July 30, pay $100 monthly beginning in August, waive probation supervision fees, 24 days Wilson County Jail at direction of probation officer, waive fee, extend 12 months.

• John Howard, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, terminate probation, money civil judgment, waive probation supervision fees, remit cost.

• Regina Lucas, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, adjudicated, attempted uttering, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 18 months, court costs, restitution, remaining money civil judgment, 90 days after birth set payment no less than $75, waive probation supervision fees.

• Tybreshia Barnes, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, pay $75 monthly beginning in August, terminate once all money is paid, extend 12 months, attorney fee civil judgment.

• Brian Pender, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, extend 12 months, $150 due now, pay $200 monthly beginning in August, remit probation supervision fees, curfew 7 p.m. to 5 a.m., 60 days electronic monitoring.

• Demetrius Allen, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, pay $265.50 now, continue electronic monitoring.

• Ricky Cox, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail.

• Roderick Artis, probation violation, defendant admits violation, terminate probation, strike remaining jail time.

• Bobby Suggs, probation violation, defendant admits violation, extend 60 days, terminate when money is paid, money due Aug. 10, attorney fee civil judgment.

• Tony Allen, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, extend probation 12 months, 20 days Wilson County Jail.

• Lamar Foreman, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, pay $100 monthly beginning in August, probation supervision fees civil judgment, contact within 48 hours if defendant will miss appointment.

• Dennis Coleman, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, pay $100 now, pay $100 in August, waive future probation supervision fees, maintain employed, obtain GED, treatment.

• Diakesis McCray, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, pay $200 today, $200 monthly beginning in August, waive future probation supervision fees, TASC within 30 days, extend probation 12 months.

• Tommy Love, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, two days Wilson County Jail at direction of probation officer, extend probation 30 days.

• Donnell Harper, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, pay $100 now, $150 monthly beginning in August, waive probation supervision fees.

• Tylor Winstead, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment.

• Keisha Bullock, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail, terminate probation, money civil judgment.

July 30

• Braxton Tyndall, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue with treatment, three days Wilson County Jail, pay $75 monthly beginning in August.

• James Harris, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked, 6-17 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment.

• Jordan Lucas, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, pay $100 monthly beginning in August, remit future probation supervision fees.

• Daniel Wischhusen, probation violation, defendant admits violation, 30 days Wilson County Jail.

• Richard Ramos, pleaded guilty to driving while impaired, 72 hours-6 months misdemeanor confinement program suspended 18 months, 72 hours Wilson County Jail at direction of probation officer, $500 fine, court costs, not operate vehicle until properly licensed, pay $100 monthly beginning in August, waive probation supervision fees.

• Kamalesh Patel pleaded guilty to three counts insurance fraud, conditional discharge, 15 months unsupervised probation, community service completed within 48 hours, money due today, $500 fine, $19,789.07 restitution.

• Roman Brewer, pleaded guilty to common law robbery, 12-24 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, $540 attorney fees, court costs, waive jail fee, Hope treatment, 20 hours community service weekly until employed, waive community service fee and probation supervision fees, payment schedule once employed.

• Mustafa Lemons, pleaded guilty ­— Alford plea, possess with intent to sell/deliver heroin, 8-19 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, $660 attorney fees.

• Denise Wade, motion to terminate probation and waive fees, defendant motion granted, probation supervision fees waived.

• Cornelio Avila, resentencing, 15-30 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction.

• Jeanetta Kelly, pleaded guilty to larceny, 5-15 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction suspended 12 months, court costs, restitution, $540 attorney fees, treatment, pay $150 monthly beginning in August, $150 due now, hold in Wilson County Jail.

• Jennifer Little, pleaded guilty — Alford plea, forgery, 6-17 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction suspended four years, court costs, restitution, $600 attorney fees, TASC/substance abuse 30 days; uttering, 6-17 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction at expiration of previous sentence, pay $150 monthly beginning in August, transfer to Iredell County.

• Kaylia Johnson-Mayo, pleaded guilty to felony larceny, 8-19 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, joint and several liability with co-defendant, $480 attorney fees, restitution, continue treatment, 20 hours community service weekly until employed, 30 days after employment set payment plan, waive probation supervision fees and community service fees.

• Christy Waters, pleaded guilty to possess drug paraphernalia, 45 days Wilson County Jail, money civil judgment.

• Richard Allen, pleaded guilty to two counts larceny, 120 days Wilson County Jail, money civil judgment; two counts larceny, 120 days Wilson County Jail at expiration of previous sentence, $540 attorney fees,

• Mark Edwards, pleaded guilty to assault government official, 150 days Wilson County Jail, money civil judgment; sexual battery and second-degree trespass, consolidated for judgment, 150 days Wilson County Jail at expiration of previous sentence.

• Neal Taylor, pleaded guilty to possess drug paraphernalia, conditional discharge, suspended 12 months, court costs, $300 attorney fees, waive probation supervision fees.

• Keri Holland, pleaded guilty to possess drug paraphernalia, 120 days misdemeanor confinement program suspended 18 months, court costs, waive probation supervision fees, waive jail fee, money due within 90 days.

• Darris Cox, pleaded guilty to three counts possess cocaine, consolidated for judgment, 4-14 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment.

July 31

• Kenneth Jenkins, pleaded guilty — Alford plea, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill, 44-65 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, continue with medications or other medical treatment, $2,028.75 attorney fees.

• Juan Olmos, pleaded guilty to possess drug paraphernalia, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 12 months, $200 fine, court costs; carry concealed weapon, 30 days Wilson County Jail at expiration of previous sentence, 12 hours community service within 180 days, waive community service fee, pay $150 monthly beginning in August, nine months no violations and money paid change to unsupervised probation, destroy weapon.

• Zaria Hagans, shoplifting, remand 10 days Wilson County Jail.

• Stacy Joyner, pleaded guilty to possess with intent to sell/deliver cocaine, 6-17 months N.C. Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, $100 fine, court costs, 18 hours community service within 180 days, community service fee, TASC, money due in six months, $500 due today, waive probation supervision fees.

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