Posted: Wednesday, July 21, 2010 9:02 pm
The following cases were disposed of July 13 and July 15 in Obion County General Sessions Court by Judge Jimmy Smith, or fines paid before scheduled court appearances, and were recorded in the dockets in the office of Obion County Circuit Court Clerk Harry Johnson.
The cases listed exclude routine traffic violations, civil cases and cases that are dismissed. All others are published, including judicial diversions, without exception.
• Phillip Abbott (114 Roach St., South Fulton) — attempted sexual offender registration form violation, time served (86 days).
• Joe A. Busby (927 South Home St., Union City) — carrying a weapon-domestic violation/order of protection and possession of a weapon by a convicted felon, waived to the grand jury.
• Ronald A. Martin (503 Church St., Kenton) — misdemeanor cruelty to animals, six months unsupervised probation, $415 restitution, costs, no contact with victims.
• Dana J. Savage (801 Old Troy Highway, Troy) — theft, restitution and costs; two counts of worthless check, restitution and costs.
• Lateil D. Smith (523 Nash St., Apt. 62, Union City) — theft, 11 months and 29 days judicial diversion, no restitution, banned from Walmart.
• Tracy K. Thornton (606 South Second St., Greenfield) — worthless check, unsupervised probation, $1,053.83 restitution, other charges to be reviewed and continued indefinitely.
• Charles G. Wilson (1126 North Highway 51, Lot 26, Union City) — driving under the influence, 11 months and 29 days jail suspended except 12 days, $500 fine, costs, 11 months and 29 days supervised probation, driver’s license revoked according to statutory requirements.
• Justin Collins (204 Burton Road, Hornbeak) — two counts of burglary, bound over to the grand jury.
• Gloria B. Gomez (515 Gibbs St., Union City) — probation violation, time served (seven days).
• Ronald W. Killebrew (5234 Ken-Tenn Highway, Lot 4, South Fulton) — simple possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, 11 months and 29 days supervised probation, time served, $750 fine and costs.
Published in The Messenger 7.21.10