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Columbia County Circuit Court hears criminal cases

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Posted: Saturday, November 9, 2013 2:15 am

Action in Columbia County Circuit Court on Thursday before Circuit Judge Larry Chandler:

Terrence Robinson, charged with possession of a controlled substance, methamphetamine -- complete drug treatment program. Case continued to Nov. 21.

Jana Drake, charged with theft of property over $500 -- case continued to Jan. 16.

Vallory Mallory, charged with aggravated assault, and endangering the welfare of a minor -- bench warrant issued.

Mayorga Johnson, charged with robbery -- bench warrant issued.

Floyd James Brown, charged with theft of property over $1,000, unauthorized use of a vehicle, and is a habitual offender -- case continued to Dec. 5.

Kevin Christopher, charged with three counts of distribution of a controlled substance - methamphetamine, is a habitual offender, absconding house arrest, and is a habitual offender -- doing community service. Pled to the distribution charges. Judge will take under advisement. Case continued to Jan. 9.

Christopher Minniefield charged with four counts of forgery second degree, and obstruction of government operations -- working on restitution. Case continued to Dec. 5.

Brandon Chambliss, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver - methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, is a habitual offender, distribution of a controlled substance - methamphetamine, delivery of a counterfeit substance, and is a habitual offender -- state moved to non-prosecute both habitual offender charges. Pled guilty, taken under advisement. Case continued to Dec. 5.

Austin Anderson, charged with two counts of theft of property over $5,000 -- plea deal. Sentenced to two years in ADC on each count with five year suspended imposition of sentence. Ordered to pay restitution.

Coquisha Ellis, charged with aggravated assault -- working on WAGE certificate. Case continued to Jan. 9.

Allen Glover, charged with domestic battery second degree, and is a habitual offender -- bench warrant issued.

Lawrence Jones, charged with residential burglary, theft of property over $1,000, is a habitual offender, terroristic threatening, and is a habitual offender -- case continued to Nov. 21.

Rakeem Parker, charged with simultaneous possession of drugs and firearm, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver - marijuana, possession of drug paraphernalia, and theft by receiving -- paying on fine. Case continued to Feb. 20.

Debbie Ann Daniels, charged with residential burglary, battery second degree and is a habitual offender -- completed community service. Paid restitution. State moved to non-prosecute.

Edwin Drew, charged with battery second degree, possession of a firearm on school property, possession of marijuana, fleeing on foot, and driving on suspended driver’s license -- completed 202 of 240 hours of community service. Case continued to Dec. 5.

Daniel Scott Wilson, charged with theft by receiving over $25,000, theft of property over $5,000, and possession of drug paraphernalia -- state moved to non-prosecute the theft by receiving charge.

Jamesha Smith, charged with filing a false police report with law enforcement, and prostitution first offense - state moved to non-prosecute the prostitution charge. Accepted plea agreement. Sentenced to five years probation, to pay court costs and fees, complete 240 hours of community service. Ordered to appear on Feb. 20.

Xavier Williams, charges with possession of a controlled substance with intend to deliver - marijuana, simultaneous possession of drugs and firearms, and possession of a defaced firearm -- completed community service. State moved to non-prosecute.

Lorenzo Jones, charged with theft by receiving over $1,000 -- ordered to complete 100 hours of community service. Case continued to April 3.

Rickey W. Biddle, charged with battery first degree -- obtained new counsel. Case continued to Jan. 9.

Michael Thomas, charged with aggravated robbery, breaking or entering, and is a habitual offender -- completed community service. State moved to non-prosecute.

Judith Smith, charged with 16 counts of violation of Arkansas hot check law -- case continued to Nov. 21.

Christopher Mosby, charged with residential burglary -- completed community service. State moved to non-prosecute.

David Matthew Bullock, charged with possession of a controlled substance  methamphetamine, and domestic assault third degree -- working on community service. Case continued to Jan. 9.

Laterrance Hardwell, charged with simultaneous possession of drugs and firearm, possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver - methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, felon in possession of a firearm, and proximity to certain facilities -- had been offered plea deal. Case continued to Nov. 21.

Steven Atkinson, charged with two counts of distribution of a controlled substance - methamphetamine, felon in possession of a firearm, and is a habitual offender -- Case continued to Jan. 9. Set for trial Feb 13.

Cardetric Box, charged with delivery of a counterfeit substance -- case continued to Feb. 6.

Deandre Johnson, charged with forgery second degree -- bench warrant issued.

Christopher Todd Burks, charged with aggravated residential burglary, aggravated robbery, possession of a controlled substance - marijuana, is a habitual offender, possession of a controlled substance - hydrocodone, and is a habitual offender -- case continued to Nov. 21.

Antonio Manning, charged with attempted residential burglary -- has not been doing community service while in jail. Case continued to Nov. 21.

Antarian Wright, charged with aggravated residential burglary, aggravated robbery, and absconding house arrest -- working on WAGE. Ordered to attend Adult Education every day or be arrested. Case continued to Nov. 21.

James Dustin Carter, charged with theft of property - utility property, and damaging wire/fixtures -- case continued to Dec. 5.

Donnie Smith, charged with aggravated assault, terroristic threatening first degree, felon in possession of a firearm, and is a habitual offender -- state moved to non-prosecute.

Harry Blakemore, charged with domestic battery second degree and is a habitual offender -- victim does not want state to pursue case. State moved to non-prosecute the habitual offender charge. Pled guilty. Ordered to pay court costs and fees and spend 20 consecutive weekends in the county jail.

Demetrius Paschal, charged with three counts of forgery second degree, and is a habitual offender -- bench warrant issued.

Kevante King, charged with battery second degree -- case continued to Jan. 9.

Kaysha Murphy, charged with possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver -- retaining other counsel. Case continued to Nov. 21.

Misty Flow-White, charged with aggravated residential burglary, aggravated robbery, and theft of property over $1,000 -- making arrangements for an outpatient drug rehab program. Case continued to Jan. 9.

Wade Manning, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia -- told to begin 100 hours community service. Case continued to Jan. 9.

Antonia Sterling, charged with criminal mischief first degree, 14 counts of theft of utility property, and 15 counts of damage to electric power property -- obtained new counsel. Case continued to Jan. 9.

Jenika Rankin, charged with five counts of forgery second degree, and is a habitual offender -- accepted into Smarter Sentencing program. Case continued to Feb. 20.

Derrick Damont Fields, charged with violation of an order of protection second offense, and is a habitual offender -- case continued to Nov. 21.

Doris Biddle, charged with battery second degree -- Case continued to Jan. 9. Trial set for March 13.

Markis Mack, charged with felon in possession of a firearm -- obtained new counsel. Case continued to Jan. 9.

Marcus Carter, charged with terroristic threatening first degree: completed anger management course. Case continued to Nov. 21.

Rodrick Smith, charged with rape, obstruction of government operations, and is a habitual offender -- case continued to Jan. 9.

Markieth Anderson, charged with possession of a controlled substance - cocaine, and fleeing by foot -- recommended for drug court assessment. Case continued to Nov. 21

Edward Ivan Eldridge, charged with rape, and two counts of sexual indecency with a child -- case continued to Jan. 9. Trial set for March 17.

Keshawn Cole, charged with aggravated assault, and possession of a firearm by certain persons -- pled no contest. Sentenced to three years in the ADC for each charge to run consecutively, three year suspended imposition of sentence.

Gregory Edwards, charged with commercial burglary, and theft of property under $1,000 -- advised to do community service. Case continued to Jan. 9.

Andre Manning, charged with residential burglary -- case continued to Jan. 9.

Demetrius Germany, charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, and maintaining a drug premises -- obtained new counsel. Case continued to Jan. 9.

Christopher Turner, charged with theft of property over $1,000 -- case continued to Jan.9. Trial set to be second for Feb. 13.

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