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HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll County General Sessions Court on July 21 and 22.
Bound over to the Grand Jury of the Carroll County Circuit Court.
Nicholas Baker, Timberlake Dr., McKenzie, bound over, rape.
Christopher Dale Frederick, McDonald Avenue, McKenzie, bound over, theft of property, vandalism.
Brian K. Garriott, Highway 423, McKenzie, bound over, theft of property, vandalism.
Carla Lawton, Knox Street, McKenzie, meth-manufacture, deliver, sale, possession with intention; dismissed, possession of a firearm with intent to go armed -dangerous felony; dismissed, simple possession; dismissed, possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia.
Billy Floyd Toler, Jr., Big Buck Road, Trezevant, bound over, unlawful possession of a weapon, evading arrest, theft; schedule I drugs - manufacture, deliver, sell, possession; possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia.
Houston Thomas Wilkes, Highway 114, Hollow Rock, bound over, meth-manufacture, deliver, sale, possession with intent, schedule I drugs - manufacture, deliver, sell, possess; simple possession; violation of protection/restraining order; domestic assault. Dismissed, aggravated assault.
The following cases resulted in a guilty finding or plea.
Mark Duane Blasingame, Sander’s Loop, Huntingdon, guilty, reckless driving by intoxicant; unsupervised probation for six months.
Mark Caparros, Duncan St., Hollow Rock, guilty, public intoxication, $10 fine, unsupervised probation for 30 days.
Jail R. Fail, Bertha St., McKenzie, guilty, simple possession, $250 fine, 180 days jail, unsupervised probation, must complete re-entry recovery residence of Tenn.; dismissed, meth-possession or casual, unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia.
Rachel Johnsonius, Chestnut Avenue, McKenzie, guilty, simple possession, $250 fine, 7 days in jail, supervised probation; dismissed, driving while suspended, light law violation.
John Kerr, Thornoak Dr., Martin, guilty, probation violation, failure to appear, simple possession, $250 fine, 30 days in jail.
Robert Lowry, Sandy River Road, Camden, guilty, simple possession, unlawful drug paraphernalia, $400 fine; dismissed, open container, speeding, violation of financial responsibility.
Kyle Martin, Colvett Road, Huntingdon, guilty, probation violation, 10 days in jail.
Christopher Medlock, Bridgeman Street, Huntingdon, guilty, theft, no contact with Walmart; guilty, driving while revoked, unsupervised probation for 11/29; dismissed, seat belt violation, violation of financial responsibility.
Michael Edward Newbill, Clay Road, Trezevant, guilty, theft, 11/29 unsupervised probation, pay restitution.
Toni Pearson, Highway 219, Huntingdon, guilty, probation violation, 10 days in jail, probation extended.
William Schenk, High Street, Huntingdon, guilty, criminal trespass, unsupervised probation 30 days.
Charleston Short, Majestic Oak Cove, Humboldt, guilty, reckless driving by intoxicant, $350 fine, unsupervised probation, simple possession, $250 fine; dismissed, seat belt violation, dismissed, violation of financial responsibility.
Stella Louise Siggers, Kiwi Lane, Huntingdon, guilty, criminal trespass, public intoxication, 30 days unsupervised probation.
Robert Dean Sweatt, II, Cherrywood Avenue, McKenzie, guilty, failure to appear, 10 days in jail.
Angel Vaughn, Teakwood Drive, Lexington, guilty, theft, restitution to two businesses, supervised probation, no contact with two victim retailers.
Jessica Williams, Doubleday Lane, Mansfield, guilty, driving while revoked, supervised probation for six months; dismissed, failure to appear.
The following cases were dismissed.
Kyle W. Martin, Colvett Road, Huntingdon, dismissed, domestic assault, false imprisonment.
Wilfredo Dewayne Rivera, Kay Avenue, McKenzie, dismissed, driving while license suspended.
Mervin Everett Vires, Highway 70, Camden, dismissed, probation violation.
The following case was adjudicated through pre-trial diversion.
Samantha Rhea, Joyner Lane, Lavinia, pre-trial diversion, worthless check, $510 restitution, three months unsupervised probation.