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Posted: Wednesday, November 7, 2012 8:00 pm

The following cases were disposed of Oct. 29-Nov. 2 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.
• Karen E. Bullen — driving while license suspended, dismissed on payment of costs.
• Cameron L. Callicott — driving while license suspended, dismissed on payment of costs.
• Larry Dotson Jr. — driving while license suspended, dismissed on payment of costs.
• William J. Harris — driving while license suspended, dismissed on payment of costs.
• Dewitt Pierce — driving while license suspended, dismissed on payment of costs.
• Deborah L. Smith — driving while license suspended, dismissed on payment of costs.
• Amanda Kay Conkle — promoting methamphetamine manufacutre, bound over to the grand jury.
• Calvin Martin — forgery, promoting methamphetamine manufacture, theft of property ($1,000-$10,000), criminal simulation and aggravated burglary, bound over to the grand jury.
• Gary S. Moore — theft of property ($500-$1,000), theft of property ($1,000-$10,000), aggravated burglary, altering item with permanent distinguishing numbers/possession of such and vandalism (up to $500), bound over to the grand jury.
• Brandon S. Poucher — unlawful possession of weapon, Schedule II controlled substance/meth in a school zone and two counts Schedule I controlled substance/school zone, bound over to the grand jury.
• Anthony J. White — three counts Schedule II controlled substance/meth in a school zone and one count driving while license suspended (second or subsequent), bound over to the grand jury.
• Joseph A. White — promoting methamphetamine manufacture, bound over to the grand jury.
• Justin B. Wiles — vandalism ($1,000-$10,000)/attempt, bound over to the grand jury.
• Meghan Atkison — theft of merchandise/shoplifting, judicial diversion.
• Ikisa S. Gossett — criminal impersonation, judicial diversion.
• Matthew Stanfield — theft of merchandise/shoplifting, judicial diversion.
• Nathan C. Ashley — alcohol under 21 possession, deferred.
• Chameka L. Cox — driving while license revoked, deferred.
• Parker McMinn — alcohol under 21 possession, deferred.
• Joshua G. Morgan — driving while license suspended, deferred.
• Layne B. Moss — possession and distribution of intoxicating liquid by person under 21, deferred.
• Landry M. Nolan — alcohol under 21 possession, deferred.
• Kenyatta P. Reaves — driving while license suspended, deferred.
• Gordon M. Reynolds — driving while license suspended (second or subsequent), deferred.
• Mark C. Sharp Jr. — driving while license suspended, deferred.
• Heather M. Williams — driving while license suspended, deferred.
• Brittany M. Bruggeman — evading arrest, guilty as charged.
• Brian K. Clanton — driving while license suspended (second or subsequent), guilty as charged.
• Gary S. Moore — driving while license revoked (second or subsequent), guilty as charged.
• Keith Pettigrew — two counts theft of merchandise/shoplifting, guilty as charged.
• Micheal B. Piatt — preventing/obstructing service of legal process, guilty as charged.
• Calvin Martin — Schedule II controlled substance/meth, waived to the grand jury.
• Derek T. Argo — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Kendal T. Curlin — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Norman A. Ellis — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Angela L. Kelly — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Seung H. Shin — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.

Published in The Messenger 11.7.12

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