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Carroll County General Sessions Report


The following cases were heard on November 25 in Carroll County General Sessions Court.

Three cases were bound over to the Grand Jury of the Carroll County Circuit Court.

Joe Brown, Meadowbrook Drive, Milan, was bound over on a charge of DUI-second offense, open alcoholic beverage container, violation of financial responsibility. He pled guilty of violation of implied consent.

Joshua Lynn Haynes, Barksdale Street, McKenzie, bound over on charges of theft of property, burglary.

Thomas Watson, Seminary Road, McKenzie, bound over on charges of burglary, theft.

The following resulted in a guilty finding or plea.

Mishua Cherrae Falls, New Zion Road, McKenzie, guilty, driving while license canceled; dismissed charges of violation of financial responsibility, failure to change address on license within 10 days, vehicle turning left at intersection.

Rockel Humphrey, Southern Street, Jackson, guilty, resist stop, arrest, search, evading arrest, to serve four months in jail, supervised probation for 15 months, 29 days; dismissed charges of driving while suspended, violation of light law, reckless driving.

Cleitus J. Montgomery, Grassmore Drive, Clarksville, guilty, failure to appear, $25 fine, driving while suspended, $50 fine; dismissed, speeding.

Kattie Lynn Simon, Highway 219, Huntingdon, guilty, theft, $36.93 restitution to Walmart, no contact with store, unsupervised probation for 23 months, 28 days.

Blake Edward Speer, McKee Levee, Buena Vista, guilty, evading arrest, $250 fine, 120 days in jail with credit for successful completion of in-patient rehab, supervised probation for 7 months, 29 days; dismissed, charge of casual exchange, violation of order of protection.

The following cases were adjudicated through pre-trial diversion.

Anthony Avery, Hurts Chapel Road, Jackson, pre-trial diversion for theft, no contact with victim, unsupervised probation for 11 months, 29 days; dismissed, vandalism and aggravated burglary.


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