Carroll County General Sessions

The following cases were bound over to the Grand Jury last week in Carroll County General Sessions Court:

•Roy Lee Ellis, Washington Street, Camden, bound over on Failure to Appear, Meth-Manufacturing, Deliver, Sale, or Possess with Intent; dismissed a charged of Violation of Sexual Offender Registry.

•Michael Webb, Walnut Avenue, McKenzie, bound over on charge of Schedule VI Drugs- Manufacture, Deliver, Sell, or Possess, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

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The following cases resulted in a guilty plea or finding:

•Michael Avery, Kirk Road, Huntingdon, Dismissed, Simple Possession, Guilty of Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, 120 days to serve in jail or rehab, 7/29 supervised probation.

•Amanda N. Farlow, Linden Street, McKenzie, guilty, Theft, 11/29 to serve, suspended except for 11 days, $188.59 restitution, no contact with retailer, supervised probation 11/18.

•Marcos A. Hernandez, Hemlock Street, Bruceton, guilty, Probation Violation, 30 days jail, probation extended.

•Nicholas R. Miller, Mount Carmel Road, Camden, guilty, DUI-Second Offense, $350 fine, 20 days jail, 11/9 supervised probation; dismissed charge of Possession of Handgun While Under the Influence; dismissed, Possession of Unlawful Drug Paraphernalia.

•Robert High, III, Hamilton Street, Atwood, guilty, Community Supervision Violation, 11/29 sentence suspended to six months.

•Rachel M. Johnsonius, Jeanette Circle, McKenzie, guilty, Failure to Appear, 90 days jail; dismissed, Simple Possession, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

•Jennifer Lynn Jordan, Presson Road, McKenzie, guilty, Failure to Appear, 45 days jail, no contact with victim, unsupervised probation 10/14.

•Maurice Lawrence, homeless, McKenzie, guilty, Criminal Trespass, 30 days jail suspended to 8 days, unsupervised probation for 22 days.

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The following cases were dismissed:

•Herivia La Shea Strayhorn, Walnut Avenue, McKenzie, dismissed, Schedule VI Drugs, Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

•Ramona Hendon, Ledsinger Road, Huntingdon, dismissed, Meth-Possession or Casual Exchange, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

•Jason L. Herrin, Jumping Jack Lane, Camden, dismissed, Failure to Appear.

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The following case was adjudicated through pre-trial diversion:

•Christopher Brown, Batey Lane, Bruceton, pre-trial diversion, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, $150 fine, 11/29 unsupervised probation, 30 hours of community service; dismissed, Simple Possession.

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