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Davie Superior Court July 6 session

The following cases were disposed of during the July 6 session of Davie Superior Court. Presiding: Judge Lori Hamilton. Prosecuting: Robert S. Taylor and Alan B. Martin, assistant DAs.

– Randal Linden Armer, felony possession of cocaine, sentenced to 5 to 15 months, suspended 24 months, credit for 18 days, submit to random drug screens, positive test will result in arrest, submit DNA sample, TASC program, cost, $360 attorney fee; possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed per plea.

– Bradford Bennett Jr., probation violation, dismissed, defendant served lengthy sentence in prison.

– Randall Alexander Berry, failure to report new address – sex offender, reduced to attempted failure to report new address, sentenced to 17-30 months, suspended 36 months, credit for 88 days, submit DNA sample, $250, cost, $200 failure to appear fee, $660 attorney fee; failure to report new address, dismissed per plea.

– Deirdre P. Browning, maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, dismissed, search warrant suppressed.

– Tammy Dianne Cass, 3 counts exploitation of the disabled/elderly by a person in a position of trust, sentenced to 6-17 months, suspended 36 months, 100 hours community service, submit DNA sample, TASC program, not assault/threaten/harass or contact victim, community service may be canceled if defendant is employed, submit to random drug screens, $1,025 restitution to victim, $250, cost, $330 attorney fee; 4 counts exploitation of the disabled/elderly, sentenced to 6-17 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 36 months, $660 restitution, same terms and conditions; 3 exploitation of the disabled/elderly, sentenced to 6-17 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 36 months, same terms and conditions, $418 restitution.

– Dewayne Eric Chunn, possession of firearm by a felon, maintaining vehicle/place for a controlled substance, two counts possession of drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to sell/deliver methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, dismissed per plea; felony possession of cocaine, sentenced to 6 to 17 months, suspended 24 months, credit for 3 days, submit DNA sample, TASC program, $250, cost, $480 attorney fee.

– Cherron Curry, Jr., fleeing to elude arrest with motor vehicle, possession with intent to sell/deliver heroin, sentenced to 10 to 21 months, suspended 36 months, credit for 70 days, submit to random drug screens, positive test will result in arrest, TASC program, $250, cost, $600 attorney fee; maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance, dismissed per plea.

– Kelly Marie Doby, possession with intent to sell/deliver heroin, dismissed per plea; possession with intent to sell/deliver heroin, sentenced to 6 to 17 months, suspended 24 months, credit for one day, initial evaluation through TASC program, submit to random drug screens, positive test will result in arrest, submit DNA sample, $250, cost, $420 attorney fee.

– Apifanie DeJarra Gamble, two counts financial card theft, dismissed per plea; two counts financial card fraud, sentenced to 6 to 17 months, suspended 36 months, initial evaluation through TASC program, have no contact with victims, $2,111.34 restitution, submit DNA sample, cost, $540 attorney fee.

– Daquan Lamont Griff, breaking or entering a motor vehicle, sentenced to 6 to 17 months, suspended 36 months, 60 days active/credit, TASC program, submit to random drug testing, positive test will result in immediate arrest, have no contact with co-defendants, $250, cost, $420 attorney fee; two counts larceny after breaking/entering, breaking and/or entering, breaking and entering a motor vehicle, financial card fraud, dismissed per plea; two counts breaking and entering a motor vehicle, two counts felony larceny after breaking/entering, reduced to misdemeanor larceny, sentenced to 6 to 17 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 36 months, 60 days active/credit, $200 restitution to victim, have no contact with victims, cost; breaking and entering a motor vehicle, felony larceny after breaking/entering, reduced to misdemeanor larceny, sentenced to 6 to 17 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 36 months, 60 days active/credit, cost, have no contact with victim; felony breaking and/or entering, reduced to breaking and entering a motor vehicle, felony larceny after breaking/entering, reduced to breaking and entering a motor vehicle, misdemeanor larceny, sentenced to 6 to 17 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 36 months, 39 days active/credit, cost, have no contact with victims; felony breaking and/or entering, reduced to breaking and entering a motor vehicle, felony larceny after breaking/entering, reduced to larceny, sentenced to 6 to 17 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 36 months, cost, have no contact with victim.

– Miranda Dillard Head, assault inflicting serious bodily injury, sentenced to 18 to 31 months, credit for 192 days, obtain substance abuse assessment, obtain psychological evaluation, have no contact with victims, $250, cost, $735 attorney fee; felony larceny, sentenced to 8 to 19 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 36 months, TASC program, submit to random drug screens, positive test will result in arrest, have no contact with victim; breaking and/or entering, sentenced to 8 to 19 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 36 months, have no contact with co-defendant, have no contact with victim, do not be on premises of victim, same terms and condition as previous sentence; felony conspiracy, possession of stolen goods/property, felony possession of a schedule III controlled substance, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, dismissed per plea; accessory before the fact, sentenced to 8 to 19 months to begin after released from incarceration, suspended 36 months, $1,955 restitution jointly and severally with co-defendants, have no contact with co-defendants.

– Jennifer Leigh Hellard, selling methamphetamine, sentenced to 17 to 30 months, suspended 36 months, credit for 49 days, submit to random drug screens, TASC program, $250, cost, $570 attorney fee; possession with intent to sell/deliver methamphetamine, maintaining a vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, dismissed per plea.

– Raymond aka Ramond Watson Hellard, II, possession of marijuana up to one-half ounce, maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, dismissed, search warrant suppressed.

– Joel Clay Lane, attempted first degree murder, sentenced to 144 to 185 months, credit for 588 days, submit DNA sample, have no contact with victim or her children, obtain mental health assessment, obtain psychological/psychiatric treatment, $500, cost; first degree burglary, reduced to second degree burglary, sentenced to 13 to 25 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 60 months, have no contact with victim or her children; domestic violence protective order violation deadly weapon, sentenced to 6 to 17 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 60 months, same terms and conditions as previous sentence; assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, reduced to assault with a deadly weapon inflicting serious injury, sentenced to 25 to 42 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 60 months, same terms and conditions as previous sentence.

– James Edward Marshall, possession with intent to sell/deliver heroin, sentenced to 8 to 19 months, suspended 24 months, credit for 1 day, submit DNA sample, TASC program, $250, cost, $390 attorney fee; maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance, dismissed per plea.

– Rhiannon Danyell McCorkle, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, sentenced to 150 days, suspended 24 months, TASC program, submit to random drug tests, positive test will result in arrest/no bond, do not associate with known addicts, do not associate with co-defendants, 6 months electronic house arrest which can be removed if defendant is in an in-patient treatment facility, if treatment does not last 6 months, defendant is to be placed back on electronic house arrest for remainder, $757.50 attorney fee; assault inflicting serious bodily injury, felony conspiracy, dismissed.

– Keith Braxton McDaniel, felony probation violation out of county, probation continued, violation dismissed, was not time-stamped.

– George Alan Redding, fleeing to elude arrest with motor vehicle, larceny of motor vehicle, reduced to unauthorized use of motor vehicle, sentenced to 10 to 21 months, suspended 24 months, 90 days active/credit for 136 days, TASC program, $400 restitution, $250, cost.

– Timothy Brandon Seamon, possession with intent to sell/deliver heroin, selling heroin, possession with intent to sell/deliver methamphetamine, dismissed per plea; selling methamphetamine, sentenced to 17 to 30 months, suspended 36 months, 150 days active/credit, TASC program, submit to random drug screens, positive test will result in immediate arrest, submit DNA sample, $250, cost, $600 lab fee, $540 attorney fee.

– Thomas Adam Semones, breaking or entering a motor vehicle, sentenced to 8 to 19 months, credit for 249 days; felony larceny, sentenced to 15 to 27 months at expiration of previous sentence, suspended 36 months, TASC program, submit to random drug screens, positive test will result in arrest, $4,000 restitution, $250, cost, $600 attorney fee.

– Donald Patrick Skipper, failure to register as sex offender, reduced to attempted failure to register as sex offender, sentenced to 14 to 26 months, suspended 24 months, submit DNA sample, curfew monitor for 90 days, $250, cost, $560 attorneys’ fees.

– Samuel Jason Smith, felony conspiracy, assault with a deadly weapon with intent to kill inflicting serious injury, dismissed per plea; assault inflicting serious bodily injury, sentenced to 20 to 33 months, credit for 199 days, obtain substance abuse assessment, have no contact with co-defendants, $250, cost, $660 attorney fee.

– Chastity Leighann Spry, possession with intent to sell/deliver buprenorphine, conspiracy to sell methamphetamine, conspiracy to sell methamphetamine, dismissed per plea; selling buprenorphine, sentenced to 8 to 19 months, suspended 24 months, 44 days active/credit, submit DNA sample, TASC program, submit to random drug screens, positive test will result in immediate arrest, have no contact with co-defendant, $250, cost, $510 attorney fee.

– Donald Ray Tutterow, maintaining vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, dismissed, search warrant suppressed.