Circuit Court

Criminal cases were heard in Columbia County on Thursday.

Circuit Court Judge David Talley heard the criminal court docket Thursday at the Justice and Detention Facility.

Cases heard included the following:

Broderick Colvin pled guilty to forgery. He was ordered to pay court costs and fees. He must complete his remaining 137 hours of community service while serving five years of probation. Restitution was paid in full.

Tiarius Maiden pled guilty to forgery in the second degree, residential burglary, theft of property valued under $1,000, and fleeing by foot. He was removed from the Alternative Sentencing Program. He was sentenced to 10 years of probation. He must pay all court costs and fees he was previously assessed.

Patrick D. Young appeared for aggravated assault upon an officer, refusal to submit to arrest, disorderly conduct, no seatbelt in use, and revocation of probation. He pled true to revocation of probation and the state offered to nol process the other charges. His probation was extended five years from today. He must pay all court costs and fees.

Torrey Demario Charles pled guilty to theft of property valued over $5,000 and the state dropped the breaking or entering charge. He was sentenced to six years suspended imposition of sentence. He must pay $3,280 in restitution and all court costs and fees.

Jordan Isaiah Kelderman appeared for breaking or entering. He pled guilty and was sentenced to five years of probation. He must pay all court costs and fees. A stipulation of his probation is that he obtain his GED, WAGE certification, or employment. He is to have no contact with the victim or his property.

John Pasquariello appeared for commercial burglary. He was removed from the Alternative Sentencing Program. He pled guilty and was sentenced to five years of probation. He must pay all court costs and fees.

Lequory Elon Douglas pled guilty to simple possession. He was sentenced to five years of probation. He must pay all court costs and fees. He must also serve 120 hours of community service.

Lonnie David Lockhart appeared for possession of marijuana and possession of a firearm by a certain person. He accepted a plea offer from the state to nol process the marijuana charge. He pled guilty to possession of a firearm by a certain person. He was sentenced to five years of probation. He must pay all court costs and fees. He must serve 120 hours of community service.

Tevin Chambers appeared for residential burglary. He failed to meet with his attorney and was placed in jail.

Tyjuan Chambers appeared for residential burglary and possession of a controlled substance with purpose to deliver. He failed to meet with his attorney and was placed in jail.

Ranel Hasting appeared for sexual assault in the second degree, domestic battery in the second degree, and aggravated assault. The state said witnesses provided false statements in this case. One is being charged, and the other’s charges are pending. The state motioned to nol process the case. All charges were dropped. Hasting had spent 15 months and 21 days incarcerated before his release.

Kwasi Andrade McKinney had all charges nol processed for delivery of meth or cocaine, being a habitual offender, and proximity enhancement. The case was dismissed.

Ashley Bane appeared for domestic abuse. The state offered to nol process the case. The charge was dismissed.

Megan Ann Walker appeared for theft of property valued under $5,000. She was ordered to be assessed by the Alternative Sentencing Program. The case was continued to March 16.

Ryan James Ware appeared for commercial burglary. He was released from house arrest and ordered to be assessed for the Alternative Sentencing Program. The case was continued to March 16. The judge said if he tests positive for any drugs ASP will not be an option.

Justin Ray White appeared for possession of a controlled substance (meth or cocaine) and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was ordered to be assessed for the Drug Court Program. The case was continued.

Mickey Connell Gentry appeared for possession of a controlled substance (meth or cocaine), possessing an instrument of crime, commercial burglary, breaking or entering and theft of property valued under $1,000. He was ordered to be assessed for the Drug Court Program. The case was continued.

Joshua Logan Barham appeared for possession of a handgun on public school property or bus and possession of a controlled substance. He was ordered to be assessed for the Alternative Sentencing Program. The case was continued to March 16.

Kenneth Earl Messer appeared for possession of a controlled substance with purpose to deliver, simultaneous possession of drugs and guns, use of possession of paraphernalia to manufacture a controlled substance, and delivery of a controlled substance. The case was continued to April 6.

Deanna Morgan Jones was offered to be assessed for the Alternative Sentencing Program for theft by receiving charges valued under $5,000. The case was continued to March 16.

Terry Lee Cooper appeared for failing to register as a sex offender by filing false paperwork or documentation. The case was continued to April 6.

Robert Deshon Parrish appeared for possession of a firearm by a certain person, possession of a controlled substance with purpose to deliver, and DWI first offense. His case was continued to April 20.

Heather Nicole Coday appeared for possession of a controlled substance and furnishing or using prohibited articles. The case was continued to April 6.

Getarrius Casjuan Burton appeared for domestic battery in the third degree. The case was continued to June 1.

Angelina Maria Mark appeared for first degree battery on a law enforcement officer, fleeing by vehicle with serious injury, aggravated assault on a law enforcement officer, theft of property valued over $25,000, criminal mischief in the first degree with damage over $25,000, criminal mischief with damage under $5,000, reckless driving, no driver’s license, and being a habitual offender. Her case was continued to April 6 for her to obtain new counsel.

William Leland Hudgens appeared for stalking in the second degree and possession of a firearm by a certain person. He was released from jail to house arrest. The case was continued to April 6.

Tyrone Davis appeared for possession of a firearm by a certain person, fleeing on foot, and public intoxication. His case was continued to April 6.

Erica M. Neal appeared for criminal mischief in the first degree with damage less than $5,000. The case was continued to March 16.

Carlton Johnson appeared for probation revocation. The case was continued to March 16.

Felicia Runyon appeared for forgery in the first degree and revocation of probation. Her case was continued to March 16.

Traveon Devonte Christopher appeared for residential burglary. The case was continued to April 6.

Telvis Ray Watson appeared for residential burglary and revocation of probation. The case was continued to April 21.

James E. Hopkins appeared for a rape charge. The case was continued to April 6.

Rachel Cheyanne Dees did not appear for theft of property due to being in a court ordered rehabilitation program. Her case was continued to Dec. 7.

Roderick Terell McDaniel appeared for commercial burglary. The case was continued to April 6.

Antonio Bernard Brewer appeared for attempted murder in the first degree and committing a terroristic act. The case was continued.

Craig J. Tyson appeared for aggravated assault. His case was continued to April 6.

Austin Anderson appeared for breaking or entering and theft of property valued over $5,000. The case was continued to May 4.

Keosha Hardin failed to appear on charges of battery in the second degree, possession of drug paraphernalia, having an obstructed windshield, no driver’s license, and failure to provide minimum coverage insurance. A bench warrant was issued with a $100,000 bond.

Dennis R. Williams Jr. appeared for possession of a firearm by a certain person, aggravated assault, endangering the welfare of a minor in the first degree, criminal trespass, and revocation of probation. The case was continued to April 20. If his education training is not completed, the state will withdraw its plea deal.

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