The following list of criminal cases heard this week in Lauderdale County Circuit Court was furnished by District Attorney Bilbo Mitchell:
• Candice Doby, attempt to obtain controlled substance by fraud, three years FLA, fines, fees and court costs
• David Wallace, uttering/forgery, blind plea
• Prentiss Adams, Felony DUI, blind plea
• David Allen Covington, Burglary of auto, blind plea
• John E. Mitchell, revocation for uttering, 10 years MDOC, fines, fees and court costs
• Taccora Hughes, revocation for aggravated domestic violence, 10 years MDOC, two years suspended, two years probation, fines, fees and costs
• Broderick Toole, possession of cocaine, two years MDOC, two years suspended, two years probation, fines, fees and court costs
• Travelle Taylor, failure to register as sex offender, one year MDOC, and court costs
• John Wayne Sims, revocation for burglary, two years MDOC, fines, fees and court costs; possession of firearm by felon, one year consecutive to revocation, fines, fees and court costs
• Terreaunce Clark, burglary of a dwelling, three years MDOC, three suspended, complete RID Program, restitution fines, fees and court costs.
• Eleanor Dunn, felony malicious mischief, one year suspended, anger management, restitution, fines, fees and court costs
The following list of non-traffic cases, but including DUIs, were heard in Lauderdale County Justice Courts this week:
•Terence Laron Ofield, possession of marijuana, drivers license suspended six months, $303 fine
• Tammi R. Wolverton, Consumption under 21, $100 fine
• Shannon Crocker, domestic violence, FVIP counseling
• James D. Smith, possession of marijuana, drivers license suspended six months, $250 fine
• Willie M. Russell Jr., DUI first offense, MASEP, VIP in lieu of two days jail, $638 fine
• Robert C. Hesson, DUI first offense, guilty in absence, $638 fine, bench warrant issued
• Lendario D. Gowdy, possession of beer under 21, dismissed
• Jeffrey K. Killen, DUI first offense, dismissed, no prosecuting witness
• Jerry T. Durr, DUI first offense, guilty in absence, $638 fine, bench warrant issued
• Peggy Turner, DUI first offense, MASEP, VIP in lieu of two days jail, $638 fine
• James G. Tucker, domestic violence, dismissed, lack of prosecuting witness
• Harry Thompson, simple assault, dismissed, lack of prosecuting witness
The following list of non-traffic cases, but including DUIs, were heard in Meridian Municipal Court this week:
• Fredrick Carl Bell, public drunk, credit time served; disorderly conduct, $108 fine, $500 court costs
• Ronny Rocardo Carlisle, assault on minor, dismissed, no witness
• Jermaine D. Cole, carrying concealed weapon first offense,$108 fine, $100 court costs
• Nathan L. Cole, public drunk, $88 fine, $150 court costs, suspended $50 and credit time served
•Eddie Gray Holt, trespassing, dismissed; simple assault, dismissed; disturbing the peace, dismissed
• Harrison Lewis Jr., simple assault, dismissed
• Tiffany Shavonne Melendez, simple assault, $108 fine, $150 court costs; public drunk, $88 fine, $50 court costs, credit time served
• Willie Carl Pickett, trespassing third offense, $108 fine, $50 court costs
• Gary R. Rush, trespassing, $108 fine, $50 court costs
• Erica Denise Stewart, contempt of court, dismissed; shoplifting first offense, $108 fine, $300 court costs, 10 days house arrest
WHAT IT MEANS
AB — Appearance bond
MASEP — Mississippi Alcohol Safety Education Program
DUI — Driving under the influence
ISP — Intensive supervision probation
VIP — Victim Impact Panel
MDOC — Mississippi Department of Corrections
PRS — Post-release supervision
FTHVUC — Failure to have vehicle under control
FTYROW — Failure to yield right of way
i Bench warrant — An arrest warrant issued by a judge when a defendant fails to show up for a scheduled court appearance
i Dismissed with prejudice — The defendant cannot be brought up for trial again on the same charge.
i Dismissed without prejudice — The defendant can be brought up for trial again on the same charge.
i Nolo contendere — Latin for “no
contest.” A plea of “nolo contendere” means that the defendant neither admits nor denies the charges, but agrees to accept punishment. It differs from a guilty plea in that it cannot be used against the defendant in any
i Non-adjudication — Means the defendant’s record will be expunged if he/she successfully completes
probation and complies with the court’s instructions.
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This Week's Circulars
QUITMAN [ndash] Arrangements are currently incomplete at Berry and Gardner Funeral Home for Mr. Chester Andrews, 74, of Elwood Community, who died Saturday, June 12, 2021, at his residence.
Graveside services for Mr. Ernest Jackson Jr. are Friday, June 18, 2021, at 11 a.m., at Barker Cemetery, Marion. Visitation: Thursday, June 17, 2021, 5-6 p.m. at Berry & Gardner OP Chapel, Meridian.
Services for Mr. Jerry Hood will be held Tuesday, June 15, at 1 p.m., at James F. Webb Funeral Home, with visitation one hour prior to services. Burial will follow at Hickory Grove Cemetery.
Services for Bonita Deweese will be held on Monday, June 14, 2021, at 15th Avenue Baptist Church, at 10:30 am. Visitation will be Sunday, 4-6 p.m., at Webb Funeral Home. View the obituary at www.jamesfwebb.com.
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