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Who was convicted in Wilson County Superior Court?

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Walter H. Godwin,
presiding

Aug. 14

• Grayson R. Best, pleaded guilty to assault with a deadly weapon with intent to inflict serious injury, 26-44 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, restitution and costs, civil judgment.

• Chuncey Artis, pleaded no contest to obstruct justice, 15-27 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 24 months, court costs, waive jail fee, $3,945.03 attorney fees, five months Wilson County Jail, split credit, pay $75 monthly starting September.

• Tyjuan Wooten, pleaded no contest to unauthorized use of motor vehicle, 33 days Wilson County Jail with credit.

• Tiffany King, pleaded guilty to felony larceny, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 36 months, court costs, restitution on worksheet, pay at least $200 each month beginning September 2018, waive supervision fees, 10 24-hour periods in Wilson County Jail, not to interfere with job.

• Quincey Simon, pleaded guilty to possess with intent to sell/deliver marijuana, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, pay at least $50 monthly beginning September, destroy drugs.

• Demetrius McMillian, pleaded guilty to sell/deliver heroin, 80-108 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, court costs and attorney fees civil judgment.

• Jahi Lucas, pleaded no contest to obstruct justice, 5-15 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction.

• Jami-Jo Lamm, pleaded guilty to nine counts worthless checks, four counts, 120 days Wilson County Jail; five counts, 120 days Wilson County Jail at expiration of first sentence, suspended 24 months, court costs, $360 attorney fees, restitution on worksheet, continue treatment, pay $50 monthly beginning September, waive supervision fees, not violate probation.

• Juan Zavala-Alvarado, pleaded no contest to breaking and entering, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction; breaking and entering, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction at expiration of previous sentence, court costs, restitution and attorney fees, civil judgment.

• Marion Rodriguez, pleaded no contest to possess cocaine, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, restitution on worksheet, destroy evidence, pay all monies by Aug. 31.

• Walter Exum, pleaded guilty to sell marijuana, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, $200 fine, court costs, pay $150 monthly beginning September, destroy drugs.

• Tyquan Savory, pleaded guilty to Alford plea for trafficking by possession, 70-93 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction with $50,000 fine; trafficking by transport, 70-93 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction at expiration of previous sentence with $50,000 fine, costs and attorney fees civil judgment.

Aug. 27

• Quovadis Coley, probation violation, defendant denies violation, willful, continue probation, extend 12 months, $500 supervision fee, four 48-hour periods Wilson County Jail at direction of probation officer, continue treatment, pay $300 monthly, waive supervision fee, $180 attorney fees.

• Sacha Rosier, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, TASC, waive future supervision fees.

• Aaron Harrell, 90/ 96 probation violation, in violation, possess drug paraphernalia, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 18 months, $100 fine, court costs, TASC and treatment, 18 hours community service within 180 days, $175 monthly beginning September, destroy evidence.

• Jarvis Peaden, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, modify to three 48-hour periods Wilson County Jail, remit cost and balance, terminate once complete, attorney fees civil judgment.

• Eric Braswell, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked.

• Tynesha Jones, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation and extend 12 months, $120 attorney fees, pay $100 monthly beginning September, waive future supervision fees.

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

• Elliott Payne, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked, consolidate judgments.

• Michael Oneal, probation violation, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail, DART, hold until bed is available, $60 attorney fees, extend 36 months.

• William Proctor, probation violation, defendant admits violation, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail, extend probation 12 months, waive future supervision fees.

• Donald Mayo, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked, $60 attorney fees.

• Jesus Hernandez, probation violation, defendant admits violation, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail.

• Daniel Barnes, probation violation, defendant admits violation, money civil judgment, terminate probation.

• Kiara Faison, probation violation, terminate probation.

• Byron Brown, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, $180 attorney fees civil judgment, 12 hours Wilson County Jail at direction of probation officer in lieu of community service.

• Latasha Williams, probation revoked, terminate.

• Laroderick Horne, probation violation, defendant admits violation, remit supervision fee, four days Wilson County Jail.

• Matthew Rabil, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, waive all supervision fees, DART, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail, extend probation 2 months, $150 attorney fees civil judgment.

• Brian Pender, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, pay $200 monthly beginning September, waive future supervision fees, extend probation 12 months, $120 attorney fees civil judgment.

• Anthony Carpenter, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked, $120 attorney fees and monies civil judgment.

• Justin Fuller, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation extend three years, $60 attorney fees civil judgment.

• Jamel Neal, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, continue probation, 15 days Wilson County Jail.

• J’mel Bunch, probation violation, defendant admits violation, extend probation 12 months, remit supervision fees, two 24 hours Wilson County Jail at direction of probation officer.

• Secorey Gray, probation violation, defendant admits violation, money due Thursday, remit supervision fee.

• Jonathan Gear, probation violation, defendant admits violation, money civil judgment, terminate probation.

• Ashley Diaz, probation violation, defendant denies violation, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail, six months electronic monitoring after release.

• Regina Lewis, probation revoked, continue probation and extend 12 months, pay $200 monthly beginning September 2018.

• Teresa Pender, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, pay $150 monthly beginning September 2018.

• Samantha Allen, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked.

• Jasmine Johnson, probation revoked, remaining money civil judgment, terminate probation.

• Betty Parrish, probation violation, defendant admits violation, $120 attorney fees, confinement in response to violation 90 days Wilson County Jail, not reside with convicted felon.

• Derwin Neal, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, remit supervision fee, pay $300 September 2018, extend probation 12 months.

• Malcolm Speight, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, TASC within 10 days.

• Travis Woodard, probation violation, defendant admits violation, money civil judgment, terminate probation.

• Rodrell Hall, probation violation, defendant admits violation, 10 days Wilson County Jail, extend probation 12 months, waive future supervision fees.

• Thomas Hobbs, probation violation, defendant admits violation, extend probation 12 months, once money is paid, terminate.

• Phillip McNeil, two counts probation violation, defendant admits violation, waive future supervision fees, $100 due monthly on each case.

• Darius Sessoms, probation violation, defendant admits violation, terminate probation, money civil judgment.

• Adonis Speight, probation violation, pay $200 each Friday, terminate once completed, waive supervision fee.

• Mario Barrett, probation violation, terminate probation, money civil judgment; probation violation, extend probation 12 months, remit supervision fees.

• Otis Jackson, probation violation, defendant admits violation, terminate probation.

• John Thigpen, probation violation, defendant admits violation, terminate probation, attorney fees civil judgment.

• Wayne Washington, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, extend six months, waive future supervision fees, $252.38 due Friday.

• Kevin Batts, probation violation, defendant admits violation, $954.50 due today, extend probation 12 months, waive future supervision fees.

• Ty’Breshia Barnes, probation violation, defendant admits violation, extend probation 12 months, waive future supervision fees, $150 due monthly beginning September.

• Patrick Hinnant, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, $150 monthly beginning September, waive future supervision fee, extend probation 12 months, terminate once all money is paid.

• Timothy Jones, probation violation, defendant admits violation, continue probation, extend 12 months, waive supervision fee.

• Sydney Wilson, probation violation, terminate probation.

• Benjamin Delvalle, probation violation, defendant admits violation, waive future supervision fee, extend probation 12 months, pay $150 monthly beginning September .

Aug. 28

• Adriana Chancey, pleaded guilty to assault physical injury, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 24 months intermediate punishment, court costs, $600 attorney fees, no contact with fairgrounds, report to probation officer within 24 hours of release, four months active.

• Christopher Ham, pleaded guilty Alford plea to injure personal property 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 18 months, court costs, restitution, no contact with victim, pay $150 monthly beginning September, waive supervision fee.

• Chris Ledwell, pleaded no contest to two counts possess Schedule II controlled substance, consolidated for judgment, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, court costs, $360 attorney fees, $500 fine, TASC, pay $150 monthly beginning September, waive supervision fee.

• Jermel Wallace, pleaded guilty to carry concealed weapon, 60 days Wilson County Jail, money civil judgment, destroy weapon.

• Alexander Norvaez, pleaded guilty to financial card fraud, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 12 months, court costs, restitution, pay $150 monthly beginning September, $300 due today.

• John Dufrene, pleaded guilty to obtain property false pretense, 45 days Wilson County Jail, money civil judgment, $90 attorney fees.

• Andre King, pleaded no contest to possession of firearm by felon, 13-25 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, seize items and return.

• Kimberly Reid, pleaded guilty to sell/deliver heroin, 15-27 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, attorney fees civil judgment; sell/deliver heroin, 15-18 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction at expiration of previous sentence, attorney fees civil judgment.

• Kimberly Reid, probation violation, defendant admits violation, willful, probation revoked, sentence invoked all cases, to run at expiration of sentence now serving.

• Angel Patton, pleaded guilty to four counts financial card fraud, consolidated for judgment, 45 days Wilson County Jail, money civil judgment.

• Rodman McCleary, pleaded guilty to possess drug paraphernalia and carry concealed weapon, 45 days Wilson County Jail, money civil judgment.

• Reginald Willis, probation violation, denies, probation revoked, sentence invoked.

• Anthony Ganaway, pleaded guilty to sell cocaine, 14-26 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction; sell cocaine, 14-26 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction at expiration of previous sentence, $540 attorney fees civil judgment.

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

• Ronald Ferrell, pleaded guilty to possess firearm felon, 20-33 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction; habitual misdemeanor larceny, 16-29 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction at expiration of previous sentence; habitual misdemeanor larceny, 16-19 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, district attorney order, return weapon.

Aug. 29

• Donta Jones, pleaded guilty to possess with intent to sell/deliver heroin, 8-19 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction suspended 18 months, $300 fine, court costs, TASC, pay $125 monthly beginning in September.

• Deandre Deans, pleaded no contest to larceny of motor vehicle, 4-14 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, money civil judgment, $270 attorney fees.

• Jerome Melvin, probation violation, defendant admits violation, probation revoked, sentence invoked, money civil judgment.

• Joshua Davis, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 12 months, court costs, $300 attorney fees, $500 restitution, pay $150 monthly beginning September, waive supervision fee.

• Wayne Robinson, pleaded guilty to breaking and entering, 45 days Wilson County Jail suspended 12 months, court costs, $240 attorney fees, joint and several liability with co-defendant, pay $100 monthly beginning September, waive supervision fee.

• Kenneth Evans, pleaded guilty to driving while impaired, not more or less than one year misdemeanor confinement program, court costs, $360 attorney fees.

• Stacy Mayo, pleaded guilty to possess methamphetamine, 6-17 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction to run concurrent with federal sentence.

• Erin Williams, strike Aug. 1, 2015, judgment, conditional discharge, 18 months probation, court costs, attorney fee, 18 hours community service within 180 days, pay $100 beginning September, waive supervision fees.

• Nicole Imbriaco, pleaded guilty to common law forgery, 45 days Wilson County Jail, $420 attorney fees civil judgment.

• Barbara Dawson, pleaded guilty to possess with intent to sell/deliver heroin, 9-20 months North Carolina Department of Adult Correction, $480 attorney fees.

• Ronnie Ware, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor larceny, 30 days Wilson County Jail, money civil judgment, $60 attorney fees.

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