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Posted: Wednesday, December 29, 2010 2:25 pm

General Sessions
The following cases were disposed of Dec. 21 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.
• Johnathon J. Avent (722 Broadway, Apt. H-3, South Fulton) — simple possession/casual exchange, $250 fine and costs, supervised probation, 48 hours jail.
• Calvin S. Harris (825 East Main St. Ext., Halls) — simple possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance, $1,000 fine and costs, 11 months and 29 days jail suspended except time served, 11 months and 29 days supervised probation.
• Jeremy L. Perry (815 Lilac St., Union City) — probation violation, time served (concurrent with Circuit Court time already served), costs; contributing to the delinquency of a minor, time served, costs.
• Kathy A. Richardson (1156 South Highway 51, Troy) — driving under the influence, $350 fine and costs, 11 months and 29 days supervised probation, driver’s license revoked one year, 30 days jail (concurrent with other sentence); misdemeanor evading arrest, $100 fine and costs, 11 months and 29 days supervised probation, 30 days (concurrent).
• Shiquita C. Baker (513 Blare St., Clinton, Ky.) — possession of a weapon with intent to go armed, $100 fine and costs, six months judicial diversion.
• Kayla Cranford (203 South Sixth St., Union City) — simple possession of a Schedule VI controlled substance, $250 fine and costs, 48 hours already served, costs, 11 months and 29 days judicial diversion.
• David Crowell (203 South Sixth St., Union City) — simple possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, $1,000 fine and costs, 90 days jail, forfeit all weapons, 11 months and 29 days supervised probation; probation violation, 90 days jail (concurrent), costs.
Published in The Messenger 12.29.10

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