Results from Webster District Court

Amanda K. Adkins entered a plea of guilty to an amended charge of improper equipment. She must pay $75 plus court costs or serve five days in the Webster Parish Jail. Court costs are suspended.

William P. Barnett, II entered a plea of not guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated and following too closely. Further disposition set for April 8.

Scott Benamati entered a plea of not guilty to simple battery. Trial is set for May 27.

The charge of selling alcohol to a minor against Andra Gail Bennette was dismissed.

Gabriel Christaw was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Trial was passed to March 18.

Nancy M. Corbit was charged with violation of a leash law. Fines have been paid.

David Fincher was charged with unlawful storage of explosives, conspiracy to commit unlawful storage of explosives, reckless use of explosives, conspiracy to commit reckless use of explosives, failure to obtain magazine license, conspiracy to commit failure to obtain magazine license, failure to properly mark explosive material, conspiracy to commit failure to properly mark explosive material, failure to keep accurate inventory, and conspiracy to commit failure to keep accurate inventory. Further disposition was passed to be reset.

Bryan Keith Fish was charged with unauthorized use of a motor vehicle. Bench warrant is held until April 8.

Lillian Garland entered a plea of guilty to an amended charge of criminal mischief. She was sentenced to 20 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, and 90 days of active supervised probation. She must pay $50 plus court costs and $75 probation fee or serve 10 days in the Webster Parish Jail.

Barry Hicks entered a plea of not guilty to simple battery. Trial is set for July 8.

Rosevelt Isrea Jr. was charged with two counts of operating a vehicle while intoxicated, possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles, improper lane usage, flight from an officer, and operating a vehicle without properly lit lamps for conditions. Trial was continued until May 20.

Willie Iverson entered a plea of not guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated, operating a vehicle without proper required equipment, and improper turn and/or failure to give required signal. Further disposition set for May 27.

Gregory W. Jackson was charged with two counts of simple battery. All fines have been paid, probation terms are unsatisfied.

Malcardrick S. Jones entered a plea of not guilty to possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids and possession of drug paraphernalia. Further disposition is set for May 6.

Justin H. McCaleb entered a plea of guilty to an amended charge of possession of marijuana, first offense. He was sentenced to 60 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, and 12 months of active supervised probation, standard conditions. He must pay $500 plus court costs or serve 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail over six months. He must obtain his GED and can perform community service in lieu of costs if probation allows.

James Merritt was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and improper lane usage. Bench warrant to be held until March 18.

Lugean Mingo was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, careless operation of a motor vehicle, and failure to use safety belt. Trial was passed to March 18.

Roger Mingo was charged with monetary instrument abuse. Probation was revoked. He must serve original sentence, credit for time served.

David Alan Smith was charged with unlawful storage of explosives, conspiracy to commit unlawful storage of explosives, reckless use of explosives, conspiracy to committ reckless use of explosives, failure to obtain magazine license, conspiracy to commit failure to obtain magazine license, failure to properly mark explosive material, conspiracy to commit failure to properly mark explosive material, failure to keep accurate inventory, and conspiracy to commit failure to keep accurate inventory. Further disposition was passed to be reset.

Jacobee L. Stanley was charged with angling without a license. A bench warrant was issued, with bond set at $150.

Cedrick Taylor was charged with speeding and operating a vehicle while license is suspended/revoked/cancelled. A bench warrant was issued, with bond set at $1,000.

Dexter D. Walker was charged with monetary instrument abuse, possession of a Schedule IV CDS and possession of a Schedule II CDS. The probation violation hearing has been passed to March 18.
Piper T. Welch was charged with issuing worthless checks. Bench warrant was recalled.

Hayden Gregory Williams entered a plea of not guilty to domestic abuse battery, first offense. Trial is set for May 27.

Melinda Cherry Woods was charged with possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. She is obtaining her GED. Review is set for Oct. 14. She must complete GED by review date.

Damal Jarontae Bailey entered a plea of not guilty to aggravated second degree battery. Status conference is set for May 2, with trial set for Aug. 15.

Christopher Kelly Bell was charged with computer aided solicitation of a minor. Status conference was passed to March 18.

Dionta Burkley was arraigned on the charges of possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS and possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for May 2, with trial set for May 9.

Marquette Burks was charged with aggravated assault with a firearm. He was sentenced to four years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended, and four years of active supervised probation. He must complete a substance abuse program and recommended anger management. He must pay $71 probation fee or perform common services.

James Dustin Carter entered a plea of guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS He was sentenced to one year of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended, and one year of active supervised probation. He must pay $71 probation fee or perform community service and $2,000 plus court costs within probation.

Chasion Chism was charged with possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. Status conference is set for May 2, with trial set for Aug. 15.

Darren D. Coatney was charged with illegal possession of stolen things over $1,500. Probation violation hearing is passed to be reset.

Jason Lee Coleman was charged with simple burglary. Status conference was passed to March 18, with trial set for May 9.

Brett Lee Collins was charged with attempted second degree murder and second degree kidnapping. Arraignment was passed to March 18. Status conference is set for May 2, with trial set for August 15.

Tammy Byrnes Cook entered a plea of not guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for June 1, with trial set for Aug. 15.

Bobby Randale Frazier was charged with two counts of distribution of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference was passed to March 18, with trial set for May 9.

Steven Gilbert was charged with distribution of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference was passed to June 1, with trial set for Aug. 15.

Lavanity Vanshay Griffin was charged with first degree vehicular negligent injuring, operating a vehicle while intoxicated, and careless operation of a motor vehicle. Status conference was continued until June 1.

Edward T. Johnson entered a plea of guilty to simple burglary. He was sentenced to four years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of corrections, suspended, and four years of active supervised probation. He must pay $1,500 plus court costs within two and a half years.

Leroy M. Johnson entered a plea of guilty to simple burglary. He was sentenced to four years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, credit for time served, to run concurrent with anything else.

Shiterria Coyjae Jones, aka Shy Brantley, entered a plea of guilty to distribution of a Schedule I CDS. She was sentenced to five years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended, and five years of active supervised probation. She must pay $2,000 plus court costs within three years.

Carly Marie Keene entered a plea of not guilty to theft of goods under $500 (third or subsequent offense) and possession of a Schedule IV CDS. Status conference is set for May 2, with trial set for Aug. 15.

Enchantra Lambert entered a plea of guilty to issuing worthless checks $500 or more but less than $1,500. She was sentenced to six months in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, and six months of active supervised probation. She must pay restitution in the amount of $1,297.67. She will receive credit for time served.

Kadarrion D. Mason entered a plea of not guilty to accessory after the fact to possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS and accessory after the fact to possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for May 2, with trial set for May 9.

Jamal Lamont Miller entered a plea of not guilty to forgery. Status conference is set for May 2, with trial set for Aug. 15.

Zarvia W. Moore entered a plea of guilty to simple burglary. He was sentenced to nine years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections and recommended life skills or re-entry program. No multibill will be filed, or any other charges.

Debbie Morgan was charged with simple burglary. She was sentenced to four years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections. Sentence deferred.

Shawn A. Pegg was charged with three counts of distribution of a Schedule II CDS. A bench warrant was issued.

Lisa A. Phillips was charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS. A pre-sentence investigation was ordered with sentencing set for June 1.

Javontey Deundre Rabb entered a plea of guilty to possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS and possession of a Schedule II CDS. He sentenced to five years of active supervised probation and must pay $2,500 plus court costs for the charge of possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS. He was sentenced to two years of active supervised probation on the charged of possession of a Schedule II CDS. Probation is to run concurrent.

Joshua M. Shipp was charged with felony theft. Probation violation hearing was reset for May 2 for review. He must make restitution.

Joshua Vallo was charged with aggravated incest. Court will issue ruling within allowed time.

Leroy Johnson was charged with probation violation. His probation was revoked. He must serve original sentence, credit for time served. Time is to run concurrent.

Larry Adkins Jr. entered a plea of not guilty to theft of $750 or more but less than $5,000 and possession of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for April 18, with trial set for June 20.

Angela Boothe was charged with accessory to simple burglary. Probation violation hearing was passed to April 11.

Vicky Sue Brackens entered a plea of not guilty to aggravated flight from an officer where human life is endangered and resisting an officer with force or violence. Status conference is set for May 16, with trial set for Nov. 28.

Daniel Edwin Brewer entered a plea of guilty to distribution of a Schedule II CDS. He was sentenced to 20 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, credit for time served.

Robert Allen Cobb was charged with racketeering. Arraignment was passed to April 11.

Michael Comeaux was charged with theft of a motor vehicle amounting to a sum of $1,500 or more. Status conference was passed to April 11, with trial set for July 18.

John Lucas Compton entered a plea of guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. He was sentenced to two years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended, and two years of active supervised probation. He must pay $1,500 plus court costs over the first 18 months or serve six months in jail. He must also attend two Alcoholics Anonymous/Narcotics Anonymous meetings per week with proof.

Allen M. Dowling entered a plea of not guilty to disturbing the peace. Trial is set for May 13.

Marcus Elkins entered a plea of guilty to illegal possession of stolen things over $500 but under $1,500. He was sentenced to three years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, credit for time served.

Michael Elliot Jr. was charged with theft of a motor vehicle amounting to a sum of $1,500 or more. A bench warrant was issued, with new bond doubled. Trial is set for July 18.

Billy Ray Frazier was charged with aggravated second degree battery and hit and run driving. Status conference was continued until April 11.

Kandis Fuller was charged with resisting an officer. Arraignment is set for April 8.

Kenneth Green entered a plea of not guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for April 18, with trial set for June 20.

Ronald D. Harris was charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is continued until April 11, with trial set for July 18.

Holly Cleaver Hunter was charged with cruelty to juveniles and obstruction of justice. Arraignment is set for April 4.

Kimberly Hunter was charged with theft of $750 or more but less than $5,000. Review is set for Aug. 22.

Maurice L. Isaac entered a plea of not guilty to distribution of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for April 11, with trial set for July 18.

Allyson E. Jackson entered a plea of not guilty to theft of the assets of an aged person or disabled person and possession of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for April 4, with trial set for May 9.

Bobbie Ray Johnson was charged with possession of a firearm or carrying a concealed weapon by a convicted felon. Trial is set for July 18.

Willie Ray Judgeware was charged with two counts of a Schedule I CDS. He was sentenced to 15 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections for each charge. Time is to run concurrent.

Heather Mason was charged with theft of the assets of an aged or disabled person over $1,500. Probation was revoked. She must serve original sentence with credit for time served.

Daniel Merritt entered a plea of not guilty to home invasion. Status conference is set for May 16, with trial set for June 20.

Dana Joseph Michael entered a plea of not guilty to home invasion. Status conference is set for May 16, with trial set for June 20.

Ahmed Mohana was charged with simple battery. A bench warrant was issued, new bond was doubled.

Timothy B. Moore entered a plea of not guilty to possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS and sale/distribution/possession of a legend drug without a prescription. Status conference is set for April 4, with trial set for May 9.

Tkeya T. Moore was charged with possession of a Schedule IV CDS. Arraignment is set for April 4.

Max Jordan Morgan was charged with distribution of a Schedule I CDS and possession of marijuana (second offense). He is to return to supervised probation.

Cherish Mosley entered a plea of guilty to eight counts of monetary instrument abuse. She was sentenced to four years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, credit for time served, all but six months suspended, and three years of active supervised probation. She must pay $1,200 plus court costs over first 18 months or serve six months in the Webster Parish Jail. She is to obtain a GED and pay restitution.

Jessie Eugene Parker entered a plea of not guilty to possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for April 11, with trial set for July 18.

Michael R. Parks was charged with simple burglary, possession of a Schedule II CDS, and possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. Status conference is continued until April 11.

Mitchell Wayne Ray entered a plea of not guilty to simple escape. Status conference is set for April 18, with trial set for June 20.

Tracy L. Robinson entered a plea of not guilty to possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. Status conference is set for April 4, with trial set for May 9.

Mernard L. Shine entered a plea of not guilty to home invasion and possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for May 16, with trial set for June 20.

Kasey Alana Smith entered a plea of guilty to forgery. Review is set for April 11.

Arlene Marie St. Andry was charged with possession of a Schedule III CDS. Substance abuse course is completed.

Steve Aron Studdard entered a plea of not guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for April 11, with trial set for July 18.

Brian G. Tisby was charged with distribution of a counterfeit Schedule I CDS, illegal use/possession/control of weapons, illegal possession of stolen firearms, possession of drug paraphernalia, and following too closely. Arraignment is set for April 18.

Jeannie D. Vines was charged with warrants. Arraignment was set for April 11.

Randell Neal Vines was charged with second degree battery, three counts of domestic abuse battery, and middle grade theft. Status conference is passed to April 11, with trial set for July 18.

Amanda Wedgeworth was charged with warrants. Arraignment is set for May 2.

Cody Alan Weeks entered a plea of guilty to two counts of simple burglary. Sentencing is set for May 20. No multibill or additional charges for other burglaries.

Caleb Lee West entered a plea of not guilty to second degree battery, domestic abuse battery, and resisting an officer by refusing to give identity. Status conference is set for April 11, with trial set for July 18.

Brigetta Donetta White was charged with careless operation of a motor vehicle. A bench warrant was issued, with bond set at $250.

Feleshia Whitefield entered a plea of not guilty to possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles, operating a vehicle without a driver’s license, and operating a vehicle without proper required equipment. Status conference is set for May 16, with trial set for June 20.

Heath Logan Williams entered a plea of not guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for April 11, with trial set for July 18.

Eric Gene Wyric entered a plea of guilty to distribution of a Schedule II CDS. Bond set at $2,500. Sentencing is set for May 13.

Status conference for Barre Simpson is set for March 21.

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