Circuit Judge David W. Talley Jr. handled down some sentences Thursday during the twice monthly criminal docket at the Columbia County Justice and Criminal Detention Facility.
However, most of the docket was spent rescheduling client’s cases for future dates so that more information would be available for their cases.
Jerry Tippitt was sentenced to five years of probation and required to complete the River Ridge Treatment Center for drugs after pleading guilty to May 5, 2019 possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia.
Darius Jamerson plead guilty to aggravated assault on April 19, 2019 and admitted he pulled a knife on man named Justin McLeod. He was sentenced to five years’ probation and as part of that was ordered not to be around McLeod.
Lori Callison plead guilty to breaking into two vehicles on December 20, 2018. One car was in front of Wee Care Day Care at Central Baptist Church and the other was in front of the Magnolia Feed Store. She took a wallet from the car in front of Wee Care Day Care.
Talley asked Callison if she knew the owners of these vehicles and why she had selected them. She said she did not but that she is schizophrenic and that voices had instructed her which cars to select.
Callison was given five years’ probation and must follow up for after-care with South Arkansas Regional Health Center in Magnolia.
Talley warned Callison that if she broke her probation she could be looking at up to 16 years of prison time for any other crime she commits.
“Follow up with the mental health center,” Talley said. “I think I have done all I can to encourage you to do what is good for you.”
Robert Bedwell plead guilty to possessing steroids and needles without a prescription on February 26, 2019. He was given five years’ probation and told he will have to complete a substance abuse program if he goes to the Arkansas Community Correction for other charges. Restitution charges are not expected but that will depend on what Bedwell’s grandmother decides if her property was damaged in an incident.
Tyler Wyrick plead guilty to possessing methamphetamine on May 6, 2018 which was found during a traffic stop. Wyrick was given suspended imposition of sentence for the period of five years.
Michael Sims, charged with possession of a firearm by certain persons and aggravated assault, pleaded guilty to firing a weapon at the Travel Stop in Magnolia on May 12, 2019 when he thought he saw his wife in another car and suspected her of cheating. Talley said he would look at the case again on September 19 so that he could hear from all parties involved.
Prosecutors said they were unable to make contact with Lamarcus Marshall, who is charged with breaking and entering, theft of property over $25,000, battery II, possession or use by weapon by incarcerated persons. Bond was revoked, and a $10,000 bench market was issued.
A $25,000 bench warrant was issued for Matthew Kelley who was supposed to be in court for his revocation-probation hearing Thursday.
A $15,000 bench warrant was issued for Joshua McGaugh, charged with theft of property over $1,000 as he was not in court.
A $10,000 bench warrant was issued for Countess Turner and her bond was revoked after she did not show up for court. Turner is charged with possession Schedule I/II, possession of drug paraphernalia, obstruction of governmental operations and possession of marijuana.
The case of Jasmine Crow, charged with possession of a controlled substance and possession of controlled substance was passed to September 19 with an extended period.
The trial for Rodney Johnson, charged with delivery of methamphetamine or cocaine, is set for November 18.
The trial for Colby Hankins, charged with aggravated assault and terroristic threatening is set for November 18. Hankins attorney, Garnet Norwood told the state that for Hankins’s defense, they would need his billfold and his cell phone from the sheriff’s office to be prepared for trial.
The case of Martin Burns, charged with possession of methamphetamine/cocaine with a purpose to deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia and careless prohibited driving was passes to October 3 with an extended period.
The case of Aaron Loe, charged with stalking, terroristic threatening, and harassing communications is passed to October 3 with an extended period.
The case of Adrian Pitts, charged with aggravated assault, theft of property, criminal mischief, duty to remain at the scene and careless/prohibitive driving will be passed until September 19 with an extended period.
The case of Samantha Fallin Hunter was passed until September 19 with an extended period. Hunter is charged with theft of property over $1,000 and criminal mischief over $1,000. Hunter’s attorney, Jessica Yarbrough wanted to see if her client could be eligible for drug court. Deputy Prosecuting Attorney Ryan Rainwater said the state is on the fence about drug court for Hunter and did not want to set her up to fail.
The case of Christopher Wilson, charged with theft by receiving over $5,000 was passed to October 3 with an extended period.
The case of Ashley Trunkhill, charged with forgery II, fraudulent use of a credit and debit card is passed to September 19 with an excluded period.
The case of Michael Green was passed to October 3 with an extended period. Green is charged with possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of an instrument of crime, fleeing vehicle, insurance requirement, driving with license canceled/ suspended and habitual offender.
The case of Victor Carter, charged with felony theft of property charge, will be moved to October 3 with excluded period.
Jeffery Williams, charged with procession (not methamphetamine), possession of Schedule IV/V, careless and prohibited driving, will be seen back in court October 3 with an excluded period.
The case of Rebecca McLeod, charged with breaking or entering, theft of services and criminal mischief is scheduled for October 3 with an extended period.
The case of Adrian Nelson, charged with residential burglary and theft of property over $5,000, was moved to October 3 with an excluded period.
The case of Roderick Ferguson, charged with simultaneously possessing drugs and firearms, possession not methamphetamine; possession of Schedule VI controlled substance, was passed to October 3.
Emily Beckner, charged with possession of firearm by certain persons, has a pending case in Pike County. Her case was passed to October 3 with an extended period.
The case of Megan Tarpein, domestic battery second degree is passed to September 19 with an excluded period. There will be an Alternative Sentencing Program evaluation. Rainwater said he had not talked to the victim in this case.
The case of Jamul Crawford, charged with fleeing, aggravated assault and habitual offender, was set for October 3 with an extended period.
The case of Katrina Young, charged with theft of property over $5,000 and abuse of adult-exploitation was moved to October 3. Rainwater said he would like to speak to the alleged victim prior to making an offer.
The case of Gordon Dunn, charged with forgery, was moved to September 19 with an excluded period. Rainwater said he had been informed that Dunn had been extradited to a Texas prison for other charges and that they would have to see about getting him back in court.
The case of Eddie Beal, charged with aggravated assault, was moved to October 3 with an extended period. Rainwater, filling in for Ryan Phillips, said his notes indicated that Phillips wanted to speak to the victim prior to making an offer.
The case of Anthony Williamson, charged with possession-schedule I/II methamphetamine or cocaine and possession of marijuana, was passed to September 19 with an excluded period.
The case for Quinton Alexander, charged with possession of methamphetamine or cocaine with purpose to deliver, possession schedule VI with purpose to deliver, procession schedule I/II not meth/cocaine; endangering welfare to a minor, offenses related to records, possession of drug paraphernalia is passed to September 19. Rainwater said they only now got a copy of the lab back regarding the case.
The case of Ricky Faulk, revocation suspended imposition of sentence, and theft of property over $5,000 was passed to Sept. 19.
The case of Jalynn Sidney, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession Schedule VI controlled substance with purpose to deliver was passed to September 19.
The case of John Gentry, charged with non-support was nol processed. Yarbrough said her client was paying $500 in child support per month over a year.
The case of Jeffery Tompkins, charged with intimidating a witness, was passed to October 3.
The case of Mark Claiborne, possession of firearm by certain persons, fleeing on foot, habitual offender was passed to October 3.
The case of Phillip Glasgow, charged with arson, burglary of a residence and theft of property over $5,000 was moved to October 3 but not without much discussion prior to this. Glasgow, who has been living in Hot Springs and working at Taco Bell, has received a good report from his employer, according to his attorney. He also has been seeking mental health treatment. However, Talley took issue with Glasgow not finishing his required treatment at Shalom Recovery Centers and not contacting prosecutors to tell them the program was not working out for him.
“All I can clue in on is you don’t care about what a judge thinks,” Talley said.
The case of Napoleon Little, charged with aggravated assault on family/household member was moved to October 3.
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