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General Sessions

Posted: Wednesday, August 8, 2012 8:00 pm

The following cases were disposed of July 30-Aug. 3 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, unless dismissal is contingent upon costs being paid or other conditions. All others are published, including judicial diversions and deferred cases, without exception.
• Joshua L. Flatt — public intoxication, dismissed on payment of costs.
• Walton K. James — driving while license suspended, dismissed on payment of costs.
• Kimberly Rhoades — driving under the influence (second offense), guilty of a lesser charge of driving under the influence (first offense).
• Gerald D. Taylor — identity theft, guilty of a lesser charge of criminal impersonation.
• Karnishia S. Blackwell — simple possession/casual exchange, judicial diversion.
• Thomas J. Lopez — simple possession/casual exchange, judicial diversion.
• Jermaine A. Brown — driving while license revoked, deferred.
• Luis F. Fabian-Chavez — driving while license suspended, deferred.
• Deborah L. Smith — driving while license suspended, deferred.
• Jacenta B. Speed — driving while license suspended, deferred.
• Trinitye L. Blanton — financial responsibility law violation, guilty as charged.
• Chad A. Davis — financial responsibility law violation, guilty as charged.
• Brigette C. Elkins — financial responsibility law violation, guilty as charged.
• Randy L. Fraime — theft (up to $500), guilty as charged.
• Jere G. Harrison — financial responsibility law violation, guilty as charged.
• Marshall B. Hill — driving while license suspended, guilty as charged.
• Shannon L. Morris — financial responsibility law violation, guilty as charged.
• Wilson D. Newsom — financial responsibility law violation, guilty as charged.
• Cory D. Richards — financial responsibility law violation, guilty as charged.
• Jannie S. Sergerson — financial responsibility law violation, guilty as charged.
• Gregory B. Solmon — theft (up to $500) and driving while license suspended, guilty as charged.
• David M. Tate — theft of merchandise/shoplifting, guilty as charged.
• Bo Daniel Vise — financial responsibility law violation, guilty as charged.
• Joseph E. Ford — possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia, simple possession/casual exchange, Schedule II drugs, forgery and obtaining drugs by fraud/conspiracy, waived to the grand jury.
• Darrius Boykin — driver’s license law and financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Janey N. Burpo — window tint violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Tyrone Clay — driving without a license, registration expired and financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Amanda Kay Conkle — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• James M. Farris — safety rules and regulations, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Bradley L. Johnson — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Ashley Diane Jones — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Ronald L. Lawler — motor driven cycles helmet required, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Taylor J. Naught — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Kendrick N. Price — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Ruben Ramirez — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Deborah L. Smith — registration expired and financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Ryan N. Thompson — window tint violation and financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Noah L. Yisrael — driver’s license/no possession and registration law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.

Published in The Messenger 8.8.12

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