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February 23, 2013

Municipal Court for the Feb. 27 edition

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

Jean Marie Ogle, 38, pleaded no contest to no proof of insurance and improper tag and was fined $752.

Christopher Shane Olliff, 24, was charged with violation of probation, which was paid in full.

Brian Scott Orkin, 42, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Jitendrakumar A. Patel, 45, was charged with running red light. Bond was forfeited.

Gonzalo Luis Perez, 23, was charged with tag light required, no driver's license and safety belts violation (children). Bond was forfeited.

Jerri L. Pero, 42, pleaded guilty to expired driver's license and no license on person and was fined $79.

Sandra Renae Priddy, 31, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Jennifer Oneeda Prosser, 36, was charged with no proof of insurance and tag light required. Bond was forfeited. A second count of tag light required was dismissed due to being a duplicate case.

Bayron Bravo Ramirez, 23, was charged with defective equipment, no driver's license, safety belts violation (children) and no proof of insurance. Bond was forfeited.

Janet Clarice Roberts, 23, was charged with 60 days to change name/address on license and headlight requirements. Bond was forfeited.

Jason Travis Rorie, 27, was charged with no license on person and 60 days to change name/address on license. Bond was forfeited.

Roselinda Garza Salazar, 28, was charged with failure to maintain lane. Bond was forfeited.

Fidel Rosales Salinas, 21, was charged with headlight requirements and no driver's license. Bond was forfeited.

Adam Lee Shorter, 24, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Heather Renea Simmons, 31, was charged with shoplifting. Surety bond was forfeited.

Corey Anthony Smith, 26, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Laquita Juanita Smith, 22, was charged with light reducing material affixed to windows. Bond was forfeited.

Kyle A. Standriff, 43, was charged with speeding (70 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Stanley Neil Storey, 48, was charged with speeding (70 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Christopher Lee Tatum, 21, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Gary Alvarus Thomas, 30, was charged with safety belt violation (adult) and no license on person. Bond was forfeited.

Joe Anthony Thomas, 48, pleaded guilty to pedestrian under the influence and was fined $250 and sentenced to 6 months probation.

Terrance Tavarres Thomas, 29, was charged with possession of an ounce or less of marijuana. Surety bond was forfeited.

Vanessa Graham Thomas, 52, was charged with failure to stop at stop sign and safety belts violation (children). Bond was forfeited.

Leslie Ann Triplett, 27, was charged with two counts of safety belts violation (children). Bond was forfeited.

Joshua Vickory, 26, was charged with expired tag. Bond was forfeited.

Macie Taylor Wilkins, 19, was charged with speeding (74 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Crystal Renee Williams, 22, was charged with defective equipment. Bond was forfeited.

Regina Palmore Williams, 40, was charged with disorderly conduct. Bond was forfeited.

A charge of no proof of insurance was dismissed against Kara Cherie Willoughby, 47. Willoughby was also charged with tag light required; bond was forfeited.

Christopher B. Ziegler, 39, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended/revoked and was fined $777 and sentenced to 12 months probation.

Jeanette Marie Edwards, 48, was charged with failure to yield after stop/stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

David Wayne Lewis, 37, was charged with driving with suspended/revoked/canceled tag. Bond was forfeited.

Paul Simpson, 29, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

William Matthews, 55, pleaded guilty to no driver's license and failure to maintain lane and was fined $609.

Wesley David Brown, 32, was charged with expired tag, DUI and unlawful use of license. He pleaded guilty to expired tag and the reduced charge of public intoxication and the DUI charge was dismissed. Brown was fined $1,665; was ordered to attend the Risk Reduction Program; and was sentenced to 24 months probation.

Amanda R. Bryant, 38, was found guilty of shoplifting and was fined $650 and banned from Save-a-Lot. Bryant was also fined $100 for contempt of court, but the judge ordered that would be refunded if she provided proof she was in the hospital at the time of her prior court date, which she missed.

James Bishop David II, 54, was charged with driving with suspended/revoked/canceled tag but pleaded no contest to no license on person and was fined $100.

Patricia Dunn, 31, pleaded guilty to two counts of shoplifting and was fined $1,300; sentenced to a total of 10 days jail and 24 months probation; and banned from Murphy's.

McKenna Brooke Fletcher, 18, was charged with following too closely, but it was reduced to a seat belt violation. Fletcher was fined $75.

Karen Elizabeth Hall, 29, pleaded no contest to cruelty to animals and was ordered to pay a $50 court fee, to pay $285.50 restitution to the Humane Society and to serve 12 months on probation.

Gary Russell Hanson, 57, was charged with speeding (77 in a 55) but pleaded guilty to failure to use seat belt and was fined $250.

Joshua Adam McMurphy, 29, was charged with speeding (63 in a 45), DUI and driving while license suspended/revoked. McMurphy pleaded guilty to speeding (56 in a 45) and DUI, and the license charge was dismissed. He was fined a total of $2,969; was ordered to attend the Risk Reduction Program; and was sentenced to 24 months probation.

Rosa Camille Morris, 70, was charged with failure to yield when entering/crossing a roadway, which was reduced to seat belt violation, and she was ordered to pay a $50 court fee.

 

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