Moultrie Observer

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December 23, 2012

Municipal Court for the Dec. 26 edition

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

Antonio Hernandez, 29, pleaded guilty to failure to stop for accident with damage and no driver's license and was fined $1,150.

Eldi Hernandez, 31, pleaded guilty to no driver's license and was fined $500.

Danny Dewight Hill, 22, was charged with duty to obey police officer. Bond was forfeited.

Lindsey Carol Horne, 23, was charged with safety belts violation (adult). Bond was forfeited.

Mary Catherine Ingram, 51, was charged with speeding (59 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Peggy Sue Flowers Kilgore, 58, was charged with failure to yield when entering an intersection. Bond was forfeited.

William Kilpatrick, 24, was charged with speeding (78 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Eli David Kirkland, 22, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Felicia Patricia Kohler, 26, was charged with speeding (74 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Terrance Jannon Long, 29, was charged with headlight requirements, display of license plates, failure to maintain lane, DUI, driving with suspended/revoked/canceled tag and driving while license suspended/revoked. Surety bond was forfeited.

Sonia Mazariegos Lopez, 25, was charged with no driver's license and running red light. Bond was forfeited.

Alexander Lozano, 22, was charged with failure to stop at stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Martin Martinez, 28, was charged with speeding (70 in a 55) and no driver's license. Bond was forfeited.

Montravious T. McKenzie, 23, pleaded guilty to expired tag and no contest to driving while license suspended/revoked. McKenzie was fined $912.

Taresa Mendez, 31, was charged with no driver's license and failure to yield when entering/crossing a roadway. Bond was forfeited.

Nicolas Mateo Miguel, 34, was charged with no driver's license. Bond was forfeited.

Keller David Mock, 17, was charged with taillights/lenses required. Bond was forfeited.

Eugene Mullis, 66, was charged with speeding (71 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Eric Shawn Nix, 27, was charged with failure to maintain lane. Bond was forfeited.

Ramon Nuncio, 23, pleaded guilty to speeding (70 in a 55) and no driver's license and was fined $630.

Lakiesha Michelle Nunn, 24, was charged with speeding (58 in a 45) and no license on person. Bond was forfeited.

Carlos Perez, 26, pleaded guilty to giving false name/address/date of birth to officer and public drunk. He was fined $575.

Steve Eugene Perkins, 53, was charged with failure to yield the right of way at yield sign. Bond was forfeited.

A charge of driving with suspended/revoked/canceled tag was dismissed against Jessica Anne Plymel, 32, although she did have to pay $311 in court cost.

Francisco Patricio Ramirez, 36, pleaded guilty to no driver's license and view obstructed. Ramirez was fined $828.

Elaine Marie Ramos, 24, was charged with speeding (74 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Dustyn Lee Rudolph, 21, was charged with expired tag. Bond was forfeited.

Thomas Carroll Rutland, 58, was charged with speeding (68 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Liliana Cordova Sifuentes, 30, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Shaquille Singletary, 22, pleaded guilty to shoplifting and was fined $650; sentenced to 5 days jail and 12 months probation; and banned from Walmart.

James Monroe Skeen III, 19, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Daniel Tucker Smith, 22, was charged with speeding (63 in a 45). Bond was forfeited.

Everett Lewis Smith, 25, was charged with open container violation. Bond was forfeited.

A charge of speeding (69 in a 45) against Heather Noel Smith, 26, was reduced to a warning.

Joanne W. Smith, 64, was charged with failure to stop at stop sign. Bond was forfeited.

Nicholas James Snellgrove, 22, was charged with speeding (73 in a 55). Bond was forfeited.

Eddie Bernard Spence, 46, was charged with safety belts violation (adults). Bond was forfeited.

Patricia Katrina Stover, 26, pleaded no contest to disorderly conduct and was fined $325 and sentenced to 5 months probation.

A charge of running a red light was dismissed against Roy Lee Taylor, 71.

Dakota Sean Thompson, 19, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Dianna Marie Thornton, 29, was charged with following too closely. Bond was forfeited.

Hannah Elyse Tillman, 17, was charged with failure to yield while turning left. Bond was forfeited.

Casey Roseanna Tyson, 19, pleaded no contest to shoplifting. Tyson was fined $650; sentenced to 5 days jail and 12 months probation; and banned from Walmart.

Mario Ortiz Vargas, 23, was charged with violation of probation, which was paid in full.

James Lee Walker Jr., 32, was charged with shoplifting. Surety bond was forfeited.

Aaron Richter Wallace, 18, pleaded guilty to possession of an ounce or less of marijuana and was fined $1,054, sentenced to 12 months probation, and ordered to undergo drug testing and to get in school.

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