MOULTRIE, Ga. — A former Colquitt County government employee was sentenced last week after pleading guilty in December to an attack on an acquaintance.

Julius Wayne Sinquefield pleaded guilty to sexual battery and false imprisonment in connection with a May 2017 incident with a female friend. Charges of criminal attempt to commit a felony and misdemeanor possession of marijuana were dropped.

On Feb. 6, Sinquefield was sentenced to 10 years probation and fined $1,000.

According to police reports dated Friday, May 12, 2017, the 61-year-old Sinquefield invited the friend to his residence on Sixth Avenue Northwest to have a drink. At some point, the two started talking about having sex, but the woman refused. She ran from the house, but she told police Sinquefield chased her down, threw her on the hood of a car and started pulling her clothes off. She said he carried her into the house, where she was able to call 911.

Sinquefield was fired that same day, a county official said.

Other recent pleas

• Jessica Perkins; possession of methamphetamine (reduced from sale of meth); 5 years probation, $2,000 fine, 52 weekends in jail. A charge of illegal use of a communications facility was dismissed.

• Courtney Latrell Johnson; possession of a controlled substance; 3 years probation, $1,200 fine. A charge of illegal use of a communications facility was dismissed.

• Kannan Dale Partain; possession of a controlled substance, possession of a firearm during commission of a felony, theft by receiving stolen property. The court dismissed charges of possession of a controlled substance, possession of meth, possession of firearm during commission of a felony (3 counts), theft by receiving and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana. The judge ordered a pre-sentencing investigation.

In addition, the court dismissed charges of possession of meth and possession of a drug-related object in connection with a separate case against Partain.

• Jeffery Todd Moxley; possession of cocaine; 3 years prison, $1,000 fine. Also, driving under the influence; 12 months probation, $1,000 fine. Charges of expired license and failure to dim headlights were dismissed.

• Calbert Allen; possession of marijuana with intent to distribute; 180 days jail.

• Timothy Lance Simmons; possession of a firearm by a convicted felon; 3 years probation, $1,000.

• Austin Drake Ogletree; possession of meth and possession of a Schedule IV controlled substance; 3 years probation, $2,000.

• William Ronald Bullock; possession of meth; 3 years probation, $2,000. A charge of possession of less than an ounce of marijuana was dismissed.

• Donald Kent Golden; possession of meth; 3 years probation, $2,000. Also, possession of less than an ounce of marijuana; 12 months probation. Also, possession of a drug-related object; 12 months probation. The sentences are to be served consecutively. Charges of driving without a license, failure to maintain lane and brake, turn signal and seat belt violations were dismissed.

• Juan Leon Tomlin; possession of cocaine; 3 years probation, $2,500. Also, theft by shoplifting; 6 years probation to be served concurrently.

• Alexander Pate; armed robbery. Court paperwork did not list his sentence.

• Khalen Jelks; armed robbery. The judge ordered a pre-sentencing investigation.

• Quandre Daniels; burglary, child molestation; no sentence was available. A charge of aggravated sexual battery was dismissed.

• Jaheed Ward; entering automobile with the intent to commit a crime (3 counts), criminal damage to property. Ward was sentenced to four consecutive 5-year probation terms and fined $2,000. The court dismissed four additional counts of entering auto, one count each of criminal attempt to commit a felony, possession of a controlled substance and drugs not in original container, and five counts of obstruction of an officer.

• Xavion Kinsey; possession of meth, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute; 20 years, two of them at the Colquitt County Correctional Institute and the remainder on probation, and $2,500. The court dismissed charges of violating the Georgia Controlled Substances Act (2 counts), possession of more than an ounce of marijuana, possession of a drug related object and obstruction of an officer.

In a separate case, Kinsey pleaded guilty to sale of marijuana (2 counts) and was sentenced to 20 years, two of them at the Colquitt County Correctional Institute and the remainder on probation. The court dismissed charges of illegal use of a communications facility (2 counts), possession of marijuana with intent to distribute, possession of a firearm during commission of a felony and obstruction.

In a third case, charges of sale of marijuana, possession of marijuana with intent to distribute and obstruction were dismissed.

Court documents didn’t specify if the sentences were to be served consecutively or concurrently.

• Laura Olson; aggravated cruelty to animals (2 counts). Two counts each of cruelty to children (1st degree) and terroristic threats were dismissed. The judge ordered a pre-sentencing investigation.

• Katelyn Butler; cruelty to children (2nd degree), possession of meth; 5 years probation, $2,000. A charge of possession of drug-related objects was dismissed.

• Gregory Hall; possession of meth, DUI-less safe (drugs); 4 years probation, $1,000.

• Timothy Simmons; possession of firearm by convicted felon; sentence was not available.

• Christopher Doyle; possession of meth; 3 years probation, $2,000.

• Jessica Simmons; possession of meth, possession of drug-related object; 4 years probation, $2,000.

Charges dismissed

• Alyssa Lewis, who had been charged with theft by deception and theft by receiving property stolen in another state.

• Brittni Weathers, who had been charged with possession of meth and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

• Teasti Daniels, who had been charged with possession of meth and possession of less than an ounce of marijuana.

 

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