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Who pleaded guilty in Wilson County Superior Court?

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Walter Godwin Jr., presiding

Oct. 10

• Raymond Atkinson, pleaded guilty to accessory after the fact robbery with dangerous weapon, 13-25 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, no contact with co-defendants, remain in school or employed, electronic house arrest terminated, money due Dec. 7 at noon, waive supervision fees, attorney fee civil judgment.

• James Coley, pleaded guilty to six counts possess with intent to manufacture precursor methadone, consolidated for judgment, 104-137 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, DART.

• Elijah Woodie, pleaded guilty to attempted robbery dangerous weapon 13-25 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, no contact with co-defendants, electronic house arrest terminated, money due Dec. 7 at noon.

• Joshua Davis, pleaded guilty-no contest to obstruct justice, one day Wilson County Jail, money civil judgment, defendant has credit.

• Diangelo Owens, probation violation, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail suspended, strike community service, waive future supervision fee, attorney fee civil judgment.

• David Fincher, pleaded guilty-Alford plea, common law forgery, 45 days Wilson County Jail; unauthorized use of motor vehicle, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 18 months at expiration of previous sentence, court costs, restitution, $402 attorney fee, TASC, pay $75 monthly beginning November, waive supervision fee.

• Anthony Barnes, pleaded guilty-no contest to possess heroin, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, $450 attorney fees, restitution, TASC, three months active North Carolina Department of Adult Correction.

• Malik Harris, pleaded guilty-Alford plea, second degree kidnapping, 25-42 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 30 months intermediate punishment, court costs, restitution, joint and several liability with co-defendant, 48 hours community service within 180 days TASC, money set by probation officer once employed; conspiracy to commit robbery with dangerous weapon, 25-42 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 30 months intermediate punishment, court costs, restitution, joint and several liability with co-defendant, 48 hours community service within 180 days TASC, money set by probation officer once employed.

• Lee Tillery, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering, 15-27 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment.

• Richard Allen, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor larceny, 120 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, restitution, $340 attorney fees, pay $100 monthly beginning November 2018, waive supervision fees.

• Sean Grady Jones, pleaded guilty to sell heroin, 13-25 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months intermediate punishment, court costs, restitution, TASC, pay $100 monthly beginning November 2018, waive supervision fees, ten 24 hour periods Wilson County Jail at direction of probation officer, waive jail fee.

• Chakela Knight, pleaded guilty to embezzlement, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 60 months, court costs, restitution, pay $125 monthly beginning November 2018, waive supervision fees.

• Malik Barnes, pleaded guilty to larceny of motor vehicle, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, attorney fees for six hours, no contact with Jonas Hargrove, pay $100 monthly beginning November, nine months curfew 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. unless at work; possess stolen vehicle, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction at expiration of previous sentence suspended 18 months, court costs, attorney fees for six hours, no contact with Jonas Hargrove, pay $100 monthly beginning November 2018, nine months curfew 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. unless at work.

• Thomas Rozier, pleaded guilty to possess with intent to manufacture precursor methadone, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, attorney fees for eight hours, pay $100 monthly once employed, waive supervision fee.

• Ryan Whitley, pleaded guilty to possess marijuana, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, $480 attorney fees, TASC, pay $100 monthly beginning Dec. 1.

• Della Edwards, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor larceny, suspended 12 months, court costs, restitution, attorney fees, 24 hours community service within 180 days, waive community service fee, no contact with Target, pay $100 monthly beginning November, waive supervision fees.

• Jarmall Hocutt, pleaded no contest to obstruct justice, 12-24 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, attorney fee civil judgment.

Quentin T. Sumner, presiding

Oct. 22

• Justin Cordova, pleaded guilty-Alford plea to flee/elude arrest and driving while impaired, 120 days Wilson County Jail suspended 12 months, $200 fine, court costs, $480 attorney fees, not operate vehicle, TASC, 48 hours community service within 90 days, community service fee; flee/elude arrest, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 12 months at expiration of previous sentence, remit supervision fees, court cost, not violate any laws, stay employed.

• Jamey L. Wilkins, pleaded guilty to possess cocaine, 9-20 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, $300 attorney fees, five hours community service until employed, community service fee, TASC, 12 months electronic house arrest with fee, destroy items seized.

• Miquail Crumbly, pleaded guilty to sell Schedule II controlled substance, 14-26 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 24 months intermediate punishment, 90 days Wilson County Jail, $150 fine, court costs, five hours community service until employed, waive community service fee, destroy drugs.

• Devon Mercer, pleaded guilty to four counts possess with intent to sell/deliver heroin, possess with intent to sell/deliver cocaine, consolidated for judgment, 11-23 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 24 months, $350 fine, court costs, 72 hours community service within 10 months, community service fee, TASC, electronic house arrest 12 months with fee, 14 days Wilson County Jail at direction of probation officer, travel for work purposes allowed.

• Charles Varnell, pleaded guilty-Alford plea to second-degree murder, 108-142 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, court costs, attorney fee civil judgment, DART, full psychological evaluation, not operate vehicle until properly licensed.

• Tony Cotton, pleaded guilty to assault government official, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 24 months intermediate punishment, four months active, $660 attorney fees civil judgment, five hours community service until full time job, waive community service fee.

Oct. 23

• Raekwon Speight, pleaded guilty to attempted larceny person, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended intermediate punishment, four months active, court costs, restitution on worksheet, $980 attorney fees, joint and several liability, five hours community service until full-time employment, waive community service fee, not be around victim or co-defendants.

• Sean Artis, pleaded guilty to possess with intent to sell/deliver heroin, 70-96 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money and attorney fee, civil judgment.

• Solomeesha O’Neal, pleaded guilty to three counts possess with intent to sell/deliver heroin, consolidated for judgment, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 36 months, $100 fine, court costs, $660 attorney fees, 72 hours community service within six months, community service fee, be employed or attend school full time, remit supervision fees.

• Quantellis Bradberry, pleaded guilty to possess controlled substance, 20 days Wilson County Jail, credit, all money civil judgment, destroy drugs.

• Thomas Scott, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor larceny, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 18 months, $150 fine, court costs, restitution on worksheet, $300 attorney fees, 72 hours community service within six months, community service fee, not be at Lowe’s.

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