Moultrie Observer

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February 12, 2012

Municipal Court for the Feb. 15 edition

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

Lawrence William Banks Jr., 24, pleaded guilty to violation of probation and was sentenced to 117 days in jail.

Don Cornelius Debruce, 34, pleaded guilty to two counts of vagrancy and was sentenced to a total of 40 days jail.

Gary Steve Hiers, 49, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and shoplifting. Hiers was sentenced to 32 days jail and banned from Murphy’s Express.

Umeko Nicole Kinsey, 23, was found guilty of violation of probation. Kinsey was ordered to pay $924 or serve 31 days in jail.

Arthur Jerome Livingston, 59, was found guilty of violation of probation and sentenced to 120 days in jail.

David Christopher Mays, 20, pleaded guilty to illegal possession of alcohol by a minor and public drunk. Mays was sentenced to a total of 20 days jail.

Victor Villanueva, 35, was charged with violation of probation. He was sentenced to 7 days in jail and released to Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

Michael James Vinson, 34, pleaded guilty to two counts of shoplifting. He was sentenced to 70 days in jail, banned from Walmart for 12 months and banned from the City of Moultrie.

Salvador Solorio Zavala, 38, was charged with drinking alcohol in public and public drunk. Zavala was sentenced to 24 days in jail.

Marcus Jerome Anderson, 38, was charged with running a red light. Bond was forfeited.

Christopher Terrez Bennett, 23, was charged with possession of ounce or less of marijuana, failure to stop at stop sign and driving while license was suspended or revoked. Surety bond was forfeited.

Ulysses Bennett II, 33, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Terry Lynn Bryant, 41, was charged with speeding (72 mph in a 55 mph zone). Bond was forfeited.

John Charles Burns, 32, was charged with improper backing. Bond was forfeited.

Elizabeth Yates Bynum, 81, was charged with improper lane change/not proper position. Bond was forfeited.

Victor M. Fonseca Carranza, 53, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Robert Brian Casteel, 35, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Wayce Clay Catrer, 17, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Maria Isabel Cedillo, 43, was charged with no driver’s license and taillights/lenses required. Bond was forfeited.

Linda Clark, 48, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and was sentenced to 20 days jail.

Jeffery Scott Coffee, 55, was charged with speeding (68 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Franklin Pearce Cox Jr., 58, was charged with failure to stop at stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Kelsi Register Davis, 25, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Anthony Lamont Edmonds, 33, pleaded guilty to driving while license suspended or revoked. He was sentenced to 2 days jail.

Monica Evita Edwards, 30, was charged with violation of probation, which was paid in full.

Corey Jermaine Flournoy, 30, pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct. He was fined $325, sentenced to 10 months probation and ordered to get a GED and job training.

Barbie Hicks Fonseca, 31, was charged with failure to yield after stop/stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Richard Lee Futrill Jr., 44, was charged with running a red light and expired tag. Bond was forfeited.

Melissaa Dawn Gordon, 45, was charged with speeding (62 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Quantrel Dontavious Hall, 21, was charged with noise violation (loud music from vehicle). Bond was forfeited.

Brandon Todd Hart, 24, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

L.D. Herring, 63, was charged with speeding (69 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Tershawnda Hobbs, 20, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Tammy Lyn Holland, 41, pleaded guilty to failure to stop at stop sign. Holland was fined $109.

Jordan Charles Hurst, 25, was charged with speeding (69 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Tekoy Iberiel Hutto, 19, pleaded guilty to safety belts violation (adults), no driver’s license, two counts of failure to stop at stop sign, fleeing/attempting to elude police and failure to stop for accident with damage. Hutto was fined a total of $2,261 and sentenced to 5 days jail and 36 months probation. He was also ordered to submit to a random drug screening, complete his GED and get a job.

Doyle Melvin Illian, 50, was charged with speeding (69 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Clayton Reid Jackson, 17, was charged with safety belts violation (children). Bond was forfeited.

Shannon Wayne Jarrell, 32, was charged with violation of probation, which was paid in full.

James Michael Johnson, 42, was charged with improper left or right turn. Bond was forfeited.

Kurt Vanallen Jones Jr., 26, was charged with failure to stop at stop sign and driving while license suspended or revoked. Surety bond was forfeited.

Maria Magdalena Juan, 25, was charged with safety belts violation (children). Bond was forfeited.

Darlene Kay Lange, 58, was charged with failure to yield while turning left, Bond was forfeited.

Henry Paul Lawton III, 31, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Stephanie Yvonne Lee, 36, was charged with safety belts violation (children). Bond was forfeited.

Francisco Martinez, 24, was charged with no driver’s license and taillights/lenses required. Bond was forfeited.

Kaneesha McBurroughs, 21, was charged with no proof of insurance. Bond was forfeited.

Chelsey D. McClelland, 18, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

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