Moultrie Observer

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December 15, 2012

Municipal Court for the Dec. 19 edition

MOULTRIE — The following cases were recently disposed of in Moultrie Municipal Court:

Schvosky Lamonte Collins, 22, pleaded guilty to shoplifting and was sentenced to 25 days jail.

Quentin Shawn Cooper, 29, pleaded guilty to probation violation and no contest to driving while license suspended, no proof of insurance and driving with suspended/revoked/canceled tag. Cooper was sentenced to a total of 96 days jail.

Walter Lee Grier, 51, was found guilty of violation of probation and was ordered to pay $1,623 or serve 31 days jail.

Travis Centel Harris, 33, pleaded guilty to possession of an ounce or less of marijuana and disorderly conduct. He was sentenced to a total of 50 days jail and ordered to leave Moultrie once released.

Walter Holley, 27, was found guilty of violation of probation and sentenced to 21 days jail.

Calvin Quintin Johnson, 46, was found guilty of violation of probation and was ordered to pay $1,413 or serve 50 days jail.

David Wayne Lewis, 47, was found guilty of probation violation and was ordered to pay $1,114 or serve 40 days jail.

Julius Lemount McCraw, 31, pleaded guilty to resisting arrest, duty to obey a police officer, shoplifting, pedestrian yield to emergency vehicle and pedestrian must not dart in traffic. McCraw was sentenced to a total of 111 days jail and banned from Walmart.

Shatoya Moore, 23, pleaded guilty to shoplifting and violation of probation. Moore was sentenced to 28 days on the shoplifting charge and was ordered to pay $734 or serve an additional 18 days on the probation violation. She was also banned from Walmart.

Ourotia Norberto, 42, pleaded guilty to shoplifting and was sentenced to 25 days jail.

Kerry Bernard Sharpe, 23, pleaded guilty to violation of probation and was ordered to pay $2,183 or serve 74 days jail.

Kingsley Alonzo Simon, 28, pleaded guilty to violation of probation and was ordered to pay $443 or serve 12 days jail.

Antonio Villeda pleaded guilty to DUI, no driver's license, failure to maintain lane, open container violation and headlight requirements. Villeda was sentenced to 1 day jail, 12 months probation and 60 hours community service; was fined a total of $2,424; and was ordered to participate in the Risk Reduction Program and the Victims Impact Panel.

Angie Williams, 49, pleaded guilty to shoplifting and was sentenced to 28 days jail and banned from Walmart.

Denzell Jamal Williams, 18, was found guilty of probation violation and pleaded guilty to trespassing. Williams was sentenced to a total of 40 days jail.

Kirby Luis Yon, 20, was found guilty of violation of probation and was sentenced to 32 days jail.

Juana Sarai Alcantara, 20, was charged with no driver's license and failure to yield after stop/stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Thelma Alvarado, 25, was charged with no driver's license. Bond was forfeited.

Troy Lee Anderson. 49, was charged with speeding (72 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Alisha Marie Anno, 18, was charged with no license on person. Bond was forfeited.

Rebecca Ann Archer, 37, was charged with failure to yield when entering/crossing a roadway. Bond was forfeited.

Eugene Baisden, 40, pleaded no contest to speeding (94 in a 45) and no driver's license. Baisden was fined a total of $1,050 and sentenced to 6 months probation.

Maria Bernabe, 22, was charged with failure to yield while turning left, no driver's license and four counts of safety belts violation (children). Bond was forfeited.

Nicholas Jason Bishop, 21, was charged with speeding (70 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Kent L. Black, 51, was charged with speeding (69 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Rita Lynn Block, 38, was charged with speeding (59 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Kyle Arch Boring, 29, was charged with speeding (60 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Patsy Denise Brinson, 49, pleaded guilty to speeding (57 in a 45) and and no contest to no driver's license. Brinson was fined a total of $604 and sentenced to 8 months probation.

June Pinion Burnham, 64, was charged with failure to yield when entering/crossing a roadway. Bond was forfeited.

Robert Stacey Byrd, 45, was charged with speeding (69 in a 55) and expired tag. Bond was forfeited.

Samaad Jihad Carmickel, 19, pleaded guilty to possession of an ounce or less of marijuana and was fined $600 and sentenced to 12 months probation.

Theresa Michelle Carolina, 28, pleaded guilty to shoplifting and was sentenced to 5 days jail and 12 months probation; fined $650; and banned from Belk.

Brittany Nicole Duke, 20, was charged with seat belt violation (adult). Bond was forfeited.

Tina Dianne Durrence, 39, pleaded guilty to no brake lights/working   turn signals and was fined $130.

Brandon J. Eldridge, 24, pleaded no contest to shoplifting and was sentenced to 5 days jail and 12 months probation; fined $650 and banned from Walmart.

Ruben Fabian, 19, pleaded guilty to possession of alcohol by a minor and was fined $1,104 and sentenced to 11 months probation.

Roberto Fernandez, 21, was charged with speeding (75 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Arturo Francisco, 37, was charged with disorderly conduct. Surety bond was forfeited.

Roscoe Perry Gay, 70, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Eddie L. Graham, 83, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Rosalyn Shamea Green, 32, was charged with violation of probation, which was paid in full.

Maria Antonietta Gutierrez, 19, was charged with speeding (72 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Derrick Urano Hallman, 23, was charged with speeding (74 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Rex Dion Hardin, 36, was charged with speeding (73 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

 

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