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 The following cases were adjudicated over three days of District Criminal Court on July 9, 10 and 14 in Bolivia.

Codes: PG, pleaded guilty; PNG/NG, pleaded not guilty, found not guilty; PNG/G, pleaded not guilty, found guilty; BCDF, Brunswick County Detention Facility; NCDOC, North Carolina Department of Correction.

 

Wednesday, July 9

Judge Pauline Hankins presided over the following cases with prosecutor W. Fred Gore and courtroom clerk Kristin Cranfill:

Richard David Beane, PG taking shellfish from polluted waters, prayer for judgment continued.

Jeffrey Ryan Brendle, PG taking shellfish from polluted waters, prayer for judgment continued.

Scott D. Chamberlain, PG improper equipment; open container after consuming alcohol-first offense, voluntarily dismissed.

Michelle Lynn Cowart, PG driving while license revoked, PG reckless driving to endanger, charges consolidated; PG resisting public officer, PG duty to report reportable accident, charges consolidated.

Harry Joe Cuttino, PG speeding 64/55.

Reginald Bernard Davis, PG DWI level 5, BCDF 60 days active with credit for time served; reckless driving to endanger, no operator’s license, both voluntarily dismissed.

Juan Diaz, PG DWI level 5, BCDF 60 days active with credit for time served.

Jacob Mark Dobbins, recreational fishing commercial equipment without gear license, voluntarily dismissed.

Ragan Elizabeth Evans, motorcycle/moped helmet violation/passenger, voluntarily dismissed.

Rosa Bandala Fonseca, PG no operator’s license, prayer for judgment continued.

Tina Gardner, resisting public officer, voluntarily dismissed.

Cameron Scott Gray, possession of marijuana up to ½ ounce, possession of drug paraphernalia, complied with GS90-96 order, transfer to New Hanover County.

Jonathan L. Hedgpeth, taking/possessing undersize oysters, voluntarily dismissed.

Michael Bernard Johnson, PG driving while license revoked, BCDF two days active with credit for time served; failure to secure passenger younger than 16, voluntarily dismissed.

Hillary Meredith Jones, driving while license revoked, possess/display altered/fictitious/revoked driver’s license, both voluntarily dismissed.

Christopher C. Langin, expired registration card/tag, operating vehicle without insurance, both voluntarily dismissed.

Monique A. Martin, PG no operator’s license, BCDF 17 days active with credit for time served.

Monica Joe Martin, PG taking/possessing undersize striped bass, prayer for judgment continued; exceeding daily limit of black sea bass, voluntarily dismissed.

Tyrene J. McCutchen, possession of marijuana up to ½ ounce, possession of drug paraphernalia, both voluntarily dismissed.

George Michael Ripley, PNG communicating threats, cyberstalking, motion to dismiss allowed due to defective warrant; PNG/NG injury to personal property.

Stamatia K. Ripley, PNG/NG simple assault.

Tammy Lynn Rowe, driving while license revoked, give/lend/borrow license plate, both voluntarily dismissed.

Kenneth M. Sabatell, PG two counts of attempted break/enter building, PG two counts of injury to real property, charges consolidated, BCDF 120 days active with credit for time served.

Todd Lamar Sosebee, PG taking/possessing undersize flounder, prayer for judgment continued.

Christopher M. Strawn, PG dealing in fish without a dealer’s license, PG failure to have harvest tag affixed, charges consolidated, BCDF 30 days active.

Gerta Mae Thomas, PG possession of open container/consume alcohol passenger area, prayer for judgment continued.

John William Ward, recreational fishing without a license, voluntarily dismissed.

Steven Ray West, PG driving while impaired, BCDF 14 days active.

Jacob Duncan Yount, PG driving after consuming alcohol while younger than 21; driving while impaired, voluntarily dismissed.

 

Thursday, July 10

Judge Pauline Hankins presided over the following cases with prosecutor Megan Milliken and courtroom clerk Courtney Graham:

Kelly Arnold, simple assault, voluntarily dismissed.

Michael Batka, PG simple assault, BCDF 45 days active with credit for time served.

Timothy Michael Brennick, PNG/NG assault on a female.

Jenna Cerniglia, communicating threats, voluntarily dismissed.

Michael Lee Davis, assault and battery, simple assault, both voluntarily dismissed.

Raheem Akbar Floyd, PG domestic violence protective order violation, BCDF 33 days active with credit for time served.

Clayton Graham, PNG/G communicating threats.

Daniel Rae Green, PG assault on a female, BCDF 10 days active with credit for time served.

Christopher L. Herring, PNG/NG domestic violence protective order violation.

Jessica Hilbourn, simple assault, voluntarily dismissed.

Sean Michael Lent, misdemeanor child abuse, voluntarily dismissed, state motion to continue denied.

Tyra Danelle Mallory, simple assault, communicating threats, both voluntarily dismissed.

Joseph Lee Morgan, PG resisting public officer; assault on a female, assault government official/employee, injury to personal property, all voluntarily dismissed.

Travis Dwayne Norton, PNG/G communicating threats, PNG/G communicating threats, charges consolidated, BCDF 40 days active with credit for time served; PNG assault on a female, assault with a deadly weapon, both cases dismissed at close of state’s evidence; PNG/NG communicating threats.

Ritchie A. Roberts, assault on a female, communicating threats, both voluntarily dismissed.

Deborah Lynn Rogers, simple assault, voluntarily dismissed, state motion to continue denied.

Shakur Williams, communicating threats, voluntarily dismissed, state motion to continue denied.

Emijah Malik Willis, PG assault on a female; battery of unborn child, voluntarily dismissed.

Michael Brandon Wise, PNG/G breaking or entering, PNG/G injury to real property, charges consolidated, prayer for judgment continued; PNG assault on a female, case dismissed at close of state’s evidence; PNG/NG assault and battery.

 

Monday, July 14

Judge Pauline Hankins presided over the following cases with prosecutor Ashley Gore and courtroom clerk Kristin Cranfill:

Jane Barnes, driving while impaired, voluntarily dismissed, state motion to continue denied.

Robert Douglas Benton, driving while license revoked, driving left of center, both voluntarily dismissed.

Tyler Blake Chavis, simple assault, voluntarily dismissed, state motion to continue denied.

Kevin Oneil Costner, failure to secure passenger younger than 16, failure to wear seat belt/driver, driving while license revoked, all voluntarily dismissed.

Clifford F. Daniels, PG failure to wear seat belt/driver; operating vehicle without insurance, canceled/revoked/suspended certificate/tag, expired/no inspection, all voluntarily dismissed.

Danielle Nicole Duncan, driving while license revoked, fictitious/altered title/registration card/tag, both voluntarily dismissed.

Pamela Ward Eason, second-degree trespass, voluntarily dismissed per plaintiff.

Kelly Amanda Harriott, PG speeding 69/60; failure to secure passenger younger than 16, voluntarily dismissed.

Erica Leigh Kanupp, PG possession of drug paraphernalia.

Justin Corey Keith, simple assault, voluntarily dismissed, state motion to continue denied.

Kenneth Orval Kelly, PG possession of marijuana up to ½ ounce, BCDF two days active with credit for time served; possession of drug paraphernalia, voluntarily dismissed.

Melissa Gail Lysak, PG possession of drug paraphernalia, PG fictitious information to an officer, charges consolidated, BCDF 10 days active.

Jonathan David Marlin, PG speeding 54/45.

Regina Mae Mullis, driving while license revoked, voluntarily dismissed.

Gregory Cole Price, possession of marijuana up to ½ ounce, possession of drug paraphernalia, both voluntarily dismissed.

Jerry M. Roberts, PG simple worthless check.

Nestor L. Rodriguez, PG driving while license revoked.

Samuel David Shore, felony hit/run injury, reckless driving to endanger, both voluntarily dismissed, state motion to continue denied.

John Thomas Vause, misdemeanor conversion, misdemeanor larceny, both voluntarily dismissed, state motion to continue denied.

Amy L. Weatherspoon, PG speeding 69/55.