General Sessions

General Sessions

Posted: Wednesday, May 25, 2011 9:41 pm

The following cases were disposed of May 17 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.
• Stephen J. Bunker (424 West Main St., Obion) — aggravated sexual battery, bound over to the grand jury.
• Lori A. Evitts (424 West Main St., Obion) — theft, six months supervised probation, $100 fine and costs.
• Michael J. Perkins (900 Webster St., Blytheville, Ark.) — driving under the influence, 11 months and 29 days jail suspended except time served, supervised probation, $350 fine and costs, driver’s license revoked one year, statutory requirements.
• Megan D. Quillions (607 Melrose St., Apt. 9, Union City) — vandalism, deferred/informal adjustment, $300 restitution to the victim.
• Marcus A. Burlison (811 West Reelfoot Ave., Lot 94, Union City) — possession of a Schedule II controlled substance in a school zone/solicitation, bound over to the grand jury.
• Tiffany L. Edgin (9002 Brundige Road, South Fulton) — two counts possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, initiate manufacture of methamphetamine and possession of a Schedule II controlled substance/conspiracy, bound over to the grand jury.
• Seburn Puckett (9002 Brundige Road, South Fulton) — two counts possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, initiate manufacture of methamphetamine, promoting methamphetamine manufacture and possession of a Schedule II controlled substance/conspiracy, bound over to the grand jury.
• Stacy Puckett (9002 Brundige Road, South Fulton) — two counts possession of a Schedule II controlled substance, initiate manufacture of methamphetamine, promoting methamphetamine manufacture and possession of a Schedule II controlled substance/conspiracy, bound over to the grand jury.
Editor’s note: General Sessions Court was held only on Tuesday last week due to the court clerk’s office being closed for three days while staff members attended their annual training conference. The offices of Obion County Circuit Court clerk and Chancery Court clerk & master were also closed at the same time due to the training.
Published in The Messenger 5.25.11

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