Results from Webster District Court

Jannie Zeitz entered a plea of guilty to violation of leash law. She must pay $25 plus court costs within 30 days.

Jesse Ray Anderson entered a plea of not guilty to theft of goods under $500. Trial is set for May 6.
Allison Berry was charged with theft of goods under $500. Trial was passed to April 1.

Michael J. Brunson, Jr. was charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS. Payment of fines and costs are satisfied.

Phyllis A. Crawford was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, resisting an officer, careless operation of a motor vehicle, and possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles. A probation warrant was issued.

Roger Lee Davis entered a plea of not guilty to possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids, possession of drug paraphernalia and operating a vehicle without proper required equipment. Trial is set for April 8.

Gina L. Dillon entered a plea of guilty to improper supervision of a minor by parent or legal custodian. She was sentenced to 60 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, and six months of active supervised probation. Minor is to have no more unexcused absences or tardies. She must also pay $250 plus court costs.

Dawnyell V. Grigsby entered a plea of guilty to improper supervision of a minor by parent or legal guardian.
She was sentenced to 60 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, and six months of active supervised probation. Minor is to have no more unexcused absences or tardies. She must also pay $250 plus court costs over her six month probation.

Eric M. Gullett entered a plea of guilty to resisting an officer with force or violence. He was sentenced to three years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, all but six months suspended, and three years of active supervised probation. He must pay $2,000 plus court costs over probation. Review is set for July 29.

Wesley Allen Haynes entered a plea of guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. He was sentenced to four years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, to run concurrent with any other.

Falante Pierre Hill entered a plea of guilty to simple criminal damage to property under $500, simple battery, and possession of a Schedule II CDS. He was sentenced to six months in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served for both simple criminal damage to property and simple battery charges. He was sentenced to four years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections. Sentences are to run concurrent.

Ellen L. Houck entered a plea of not guilty to theft under $750. Further disposition is set for April 1.

Tommie S. Hutchinson was charged with underage driving under the influence. The charges of careless operation of a motor vehicle and failure to use safety belt were dismissed. He was sentenced to 120 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, and six months of active supervised probation. He must pay $250 plus court costs within 90 days and probation fee.

Floyd D. Jackson, III was charged with issuing worthless checks. Arraignment summons was passed to April 1.
Derrick T. Jackson was charged with simple assault, disturbing the peace, and simple criminal damage to property under $500. A bench warrant was issued.

Larry Eugene Jackson was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Arraignment summons is continued until March 18.

Leotha L. Jackson was charged with no driver’s license and possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles. No license plate light and possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles charges were dismissed. Fines were paid for the no driver’s license charge. Trial for the charge of possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles was passed to April 1.

Brian N. Keene was charged with theft of $750 or less. For further disposition continued until April 1.
Deravion Deshun Kinsey entered a plea of not guilty to disturbing the peace and resisting an officer. Trial is set for May 6.

Domestic abuse aggravated assault and domestic abuse battery charges against Tracy Edward Kinsey were dismissed. Court costs have been paid. District attorney is satisfied.

Charge of improper supervision of a minor by parent or legal custodian against Jessica A. Kirksey was dismissed.

Quatarious Malone entered a plea of not guilty to possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids and possession of drug paraphernalia. Trial is set for May 27.

Marcus McWright entered a plea of not guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated, operating a vehicle while under suspension for certain prior offenses, possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles and operating a vehicle without proper required equipment. Trial is set for April 29.

Barbara A. Moore was charged with theft by fraud under $750. She must pay restitution. Trial was passed to May 13.

Leonard Charles Nelson entered a plea of guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Charges of careless operation of a motor vehicle and failure to report and accident and/or provide proper identification were dismissed. He was sentenced to 120 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, one year of active supervised probation, driver improvement class, and drug/alcohol screens. He must pay $500 plus court costs.

Maranda Richardson was charged with telephone harassment. A bench warrant was issued, with bond set at $10,000.

Seth Lee Robinson entered a plea of guilty to possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. The charges of operating a vehicle with an expired motor vehicle inspection and improper lane usage were dismissed. He was sentenced to 15 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, and six months of active supervised probation. He must pay $300 plus court costs over 90 days and a probation fee.

Joshua D. Rosebaum entered a plea of guilty to failure to use safety belt and operating vehicle while license is suspended/revoked/cancelled. He was sentenced to one day in the Webster Parish Jail, concurrent with any other, credit for time served on the charge of failure to use safety belt. On the charge of operating a vehicle while license is suspended/revoked/cancelled, he was sentenced to 10 days in the Webster Parish Jail, concurrent with any other, credit for time served.

Derrick D. Scott entered a plea of guilty to domestic abuse battery. The simple criminal damage to property under $500 charge was dismissed. He was sentenced to 60 days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served.

Travis Tatom was charged with simple criminal damage to property and disturbing the peace. A probation warrant was issued.

Luis Miguell Trujillo was charged with domestic abuse battery. His probation terms are unsatisfied.
Wendell B. Turner entered a plea of guilty to violation of leash law. He was sentenced to five days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, and 90 days of active supervised probation. He must pay $5 plus court costs within 90 days.

Steven B. Ward was charged with driving while under the influence and maximum speed limit. Trial is continued until April 1.

Elvis L. Washington was charged with two counts of buying/selling fish without wholesale/retail dealers license, two counts of failure to maintain records, and two counts of transport without required license. The district attorney is satisfied. Cash bond forfeited.

Brigetta Donetta White was charged with careless operation of a motor vehicle. For further disposition was passed to March 14.

Chaquarius U. Williams entered a plea of not guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated and improper lane usage. Arraignment was passed to April 29.

Joshua Zeigler entered plea of guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated and an amended charge of no driver’s license. Careless operation of a motor vehicle charge was dismissed. On the operating a vehicle while intoxicated charge, he was sentenced to 120 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, one year of active supervised probation, driver improvement class and drug/alcohol screens. He must pay $500 plus court costs over six months. On the no driver’s license charge, he was sentenced to 10 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, and six months of active supervised probation. He must pay $50 plus court costs over six months. Time and fines are to run consecutive, probation to run concurrent.

Editor’s Note: All listings are preliminary results of the Webster District Court and have not been entered into the clerk of court’s file.

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