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Court

Dec 10, 2013

The following court cases were processed at Jefferson County Courthouse.

 

Associate District Court

Charles Ray Taylor, 33, of 801 W. Hempstead Ave., Apt. B, pleaded guilty to public intoxication, second offense, a serious misdemeanor. He was sentenced to one year in jail, less credit for time served. His sentence is to run concurrent with another Jefferson County case. All but 30 days of his sentence was suspended and he was placed on two years probation. He was fined $315, plus a 35 percent surcharge, ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any, court costs and be fingerprinted if none are on file.

Taylor also pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, second offense. He was sentenced to two years in prison, less credit for time served; all but 30 days were suspended. He was placed on two years probation to run concurrent with his other case. His driver’s license was revoked and he was ordered to successfully complete a drinking drivers course and obtain a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days and follow recommendations. He was fined $1,875 plus a 35 percent surcharge and a $10 DARE surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. Three more Jefferson County cases were dismissed with costs to the defendant.

Darrell Dwayne Roberts Jr., 34, pleaded guilty to driving while license was denied or revoked, a serious misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, which was suspended. He was placed on two years probation. He was fined $1,000 plus a 35 percent surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. Four other Jefferson County cases were dismissed with costs to the defendant. He was ordered to be fingerprinted if none are on file.

Jacob Michael Shier, 32, of 1104 S. Main St., pleaded guilty to possession of marijuana, a serious misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, less credit for time served. His sentence was suspended and he was placed on two years probation. He was ordered to get a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days. His license was revoked for 180 days. He was fined $315 plus a 35 percent surcharge, a $10 DARE surcharge and a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees is any and court costs. Another Jefferson County case was dismissed with costs to the defendant. He was ordered to be fingerprinted if none are on file.

Julie Ann Polson, 36, of 302 W. Broadway Ave., No. 6, pleaded guilty to operating a motor vehicle while license barred - habitual offender, an aggravated misdemeanor. She was sentenced to 90 days in jail, less credit for time served. Her sentence was suspended and she was placed on two years probation. She was fined $625 plus a 35 percent surcharge. She was ordered to pay prosecution costs and court appointed attorney fees if any.

 

District court

Roger Brandon Anderson-Watsey, 28, of 1300 W. Jackson Ave., No. 24, violated terms of probation and was found in contempt of court. He was sentenced to 90 days in jail with work release if otherwise qualified with the jail. He was ordered to pay court costs and court appointed attorney fees of $300.

Shad Lavern Heckart, 43, of Ottumwa, violated probation, which was revoked and he will serve the original sentence from Sept. 4, 2012, in prison. He was ordered to pay court costs.

Casey James Robert Griffin, 23, of 2323 Highway 1, violated probation, which was modified. His probation from March 4 will continue except he will reside in a residential facility for 365 days or until the maximum benefits are achieved. He will be held in the Jefferson County Jail until space is available in a residential facility. He was ordered to pay court costs and court appointed attorney fees of $600. Another case was dismissed with costs to the defendant.

James Michael Vaughn, 23, of 2037 Libertyville Road, pleaded guilty to eluding or attempting to elude while participating in a felony, and operating while intoxicated. He was sentenced to five years in prison, to run concurrent with Count II, less credit for time served. The sentence was suspended and he was placed on five years of probation. He was ordered to get a substance abuse evaluation and follow treatment. He was fined $750 plus a 35 percent surcharge. He was ordered to pay pecuniary damages of $403 to Fairfield Police Department and $80 to Smithburg. He was ordered to provide a specimen for a DNA profile. Seven other cases were dismissed. In Count II, he pleaded guilty to operating while intoxicated, first offense, a serious misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, less credit for time served. All but two days were suspended, and he was placed on five years probation, to run concurrent with Count I. He was ordered to successfully complete a drinking drivers course and obtain a substance abuse evaluation within 45 days. He was fined $1,250 plus a 35 percent surcharge, a $10 DARE surcharge and ordered to pay court appointed attorney fees if any and court costs. He was ordered to be fingerprinted if none are on file.

Gregory Scott Robinson, 34, of 202 1/2 N. Ninth St., received a deferred judgment pleaded guilty to third degree burglary and was given five years probation. He was ordered to obtain a substance abuse evaluation and follow treatment recommendations. He was fined $750 plus a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge. He was ordered to pay court costs and court appointed attorney fees of $800. He was ordered to provide a specimen for DNA profiling. Another Jefferson County case was dismissed with costs to the defendant.

Samantha Lou Brown, 28, of 205 1/2 S. Main St., pleaded guilty to obtaining prescription drugs or a device by deceit and received a deferred judgment. She was given a deferred judgment and placed on five years probation. She was fined $1,000 plus a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge. She was ordered to pay court costs and court appointed attorney fees of $1,000. She was ordered to provide a specimen for DNA profiling. Two more Jefferson County cases were dismissed with costs to the defendant.

Junior Elmer Cook, 30, of Birmingham, pleaded guilty to fourth-degree criminal mischief, a serious misdemeanor. He was sentenced to 30 days in jail, which was suspended. He was placed on two years probation, fined $315 plus a 35 percent surcharge and a $125 law enforcement initiative surcharge. He was ordered to pay restitution, court appointed attorney fees if any and courts costs. He was ordered to be fingerprinted if none are on file.

 

 

 

 

 

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