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December 29, 2012

Municipal Court for the Jan. 2 edition

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

Alfred A. Barnes, 49, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Alice Faye Lofasso, 53, was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Caleb Newton Meister, 23, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

John Matthew Peterson, 18, was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Matthew Stringier, 34, was charged with expired tag. Bond was forfeited.

Michael Anthony Trevino, 27, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Amanda Latonya Arnold, 35, was charged with speeding (67 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Gustavo Beltran, 57, pleaded no contest to running red light and was fined $109.

Tammy Lynette Jones, 25, pleaded guilty to shoplifting and was fined $650, sentenced to 5 days jail and 12 months probation, and banned from Walmart.

Robbie E. Oberry, 50, was charged with improper backing. Bond was forfeited.

Marquis T. Jamal Robinson, 22, was charged with speeding (75 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Gentry E. Widner, 41, was charged with speeding (70 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

A charge of malicious mischief was dismissed against Brandon Nelson Bennett, 18.

A charge of driving while license suspended was dismissed against Jamine Gerode Cobbs, 36.

Argenis Contreras, 20, was found guilty of discharging firearm in city limits and was fined $500 plus $100 for contempt and sentenced to 6 months probation.

Wanda Katrina Goff, 46, was charged with driving while license suspended/revoked, but she pleaded guilty to duty to obey officer instead. She was fined $1,296 and sentenced to 12 months probation.

Herman Glen Hortman, 66, pleaded guilty to no proof of insurance and driving while license suspended/revoked. Charges of driving with suspended/revoked tag, no brake lights/working turn signals, expired tag, two counts of violation of license restrictions, and a second count of no proof of insurance were dismissed. Hortman was sentenced to 24 months probation and ordered not to operate a vehicle without a valid license.

Ja'Narrian Lavae Lewis, 18, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Theonize Manuel, 30, was charged with speeding (61 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Tashia McBride, 26, pleaded no contest to two counts of vicious animal running at large and two animal restraint violations. McBride was fined a total of $1,160.

Stacey Henry McCloud, 40, was found guilty of failure to stop at stop sign and was fined $109.

Corey Eugene McGee, 24, pleaded guilty to failure to maintain lane. Charges of open container violation and DUI were dismissed. McGee was fined $1,530.

Stephanie Mae Melton, 36, was found guilty of tampering with an electrical meter and duty to obey a police officer and was sentenced to 50 days jail.

Sandra Pina Solorio, 24, was charged with no driver's license and failure to stop at stop sign, but pleaded guilty to no license on person instead. Solorio was fined $609.

Marlyn Jermaine Spradley, 31, pleaded guilty to failure to stop at stop sign and tag light required and was fined $170.

Victor M. Villanueva, 23, pleaded guilty to safety belts violation (adults) and was fined $15. Charges of canceled registration and no proof of insurance were dismissed.

Sharita Nicole Williams, 28, pleaded    guilty to an animal restraint violation and was fined $65.

Melissa Susan Crummey, 40, pleaded guilty to giving false name/address/date of birth to officer, driving while license suspended/revoked, no proof of insurance and driving with suspended/revoked/canceled tag. Crummey was sentenced to 68 days jail.

Gloria Daniels, 52, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was sentenced to 6 days jail.

Brandi Carolyn Landrum, 27, was found guilty of violation of probation and was ordered to pay $188 or serve 30 days jail.

Jimmy Darrell McCall, 51, was found guilty of violation of probation and was sentenced to 12 days jail.

Alfonso Marquez Moore, 20, was found guilty of violation of probation and was sentenced to 22 days jail.

Eric Maurice Rowland, 26, was found guilty of violation of probation and sentenced to 40 days jail.

Terrell Trimble, 22 was found guilty of violation of probation and was ordered to pay $500 or serve 18 days jail.

Hortencia Aguilar, 28, pleaded guilty to failure to stop at stop sign and no driver's license and was fined $609.

Eloise Anderson, 56, pleaded no contest to no proof of insurance and was fined $41.

Teresia Monica Anderson, 38, was charged with two counts of safety belts violation (children). Bond was forfeited.

A charge of speeding (56 in a 45) against Dara Lyn Baker, 19, was reduced to a warning.

Damikus Barge, 37, pleaded guilty to no brake lights/working turn signals and no driver's license. Barge was fined $578 and sentenced to 10 months probation.

James Preston Barker, 81, was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Paul Lavern Barron, 75, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Kevin Michael Bautista, 24, was charged with running red light. Bond was forfeited.

Charges of no proof of insurance and driving with suspended/revoked/canceled tag were dismissed against Jennifer Dawn Sellers, 40.

Noriega Jose Beltran, 29, pleaded guilty to no driver's license, no proof of insurance and driving with suspended/revoked/canceled tag. He was fined $1,252.

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