Brittany Allen was charged with improper supervision of a minor by parent or legal custodian. Trial was passed to March 18.

Joshua A. Boos was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated (second offense), improper turning through or over private property, and failure to give required signals by signal lamps to the front and rear. Trial is continued until March 18.

Felicia Burns was charged with improper supervision of a minor by parent or legal custodian. A bench warrant was issued, bond was set at $5,000.

Brandon S. Day entered a plea of guilty to possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. He was sentenced to 30 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, six months of active supervised probation, and must pay $300 plus court costs over six months. The possession of drug paraphernalia charge was dismissed.

Charity Day entered a plea of guilty to improper supervision of a minor by parent or legal custodian. She must pay $200 plus court costs or serve 15 days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served.

Ashley S. Dunn was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, resisting an officer, careless operation of a motor vehicle, and operating a vehicle with an expired driver’s license. Bench warrant was recalled and the hearing was passed to March 18.

Dreama G. Evans entered a plea of guilty to an amended charge of possession of drug paraphernalia. She must pay $200 plus court costs or serve 20 days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served.

Michael W. Foster was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and improper lane usage. A warrant was issued at his probation violation hearing.

Dateadrick Frazier entered a plea of not guilty to theft of goods under $500. Trial is set for July 15.
Tamanika T. Gilbert was charged with illegal possession of stolen things under $500 and theft of goods under $500. A bench warrant was issued.

Jonconner Joiner entered a plea of guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated and operating a license suspended/revoked/cancelled. He was sentenced to 60 days in the Webster Parish Jail, suspended, one year of active supervised probation, and he must pay $500 plus court costs for the charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He must pay $40 plus court costs or serve three days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served. The speeding and possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles charges were dismissed.

Enchantra Lambert entered a plea of not guilty to issuing worthless checks $500 or more but less than $1,500. Status conference is set for March 14, with trial set for May 9.

Christopher Wade Maness II was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, flight from an officer, improper turn and/or failure to give required signal, careless operation of a motor vehicle, and operating a vehicle while license is suspended/revoked/cancelled. A bench warrant was issued at his trial.

Karen Denise McDowell entered a plea of not guilty to theft of goods under $500. Trial is set for May 6.

Kristi Burton McKan was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated. Trial is set for March 7.

Zarvia W. Moore was charged with theft under $500. His probation was revoked, he must serve original sentence, to run concurrent to any other.

Donald D. Owens was charged with violation of leash law. Trial was passed to March 4.

Andre L. Poole was charged with attempted theft of $1,500 or more. Probation violation hearing was passed to July 22.

John Randle was charged with convicted felon possessing a firearm or carrying a concealed weapon. On a motion to correct an illegal sentence, original was set aside and he was sentenced to 10 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections without benefit.

Bruce Robinson Jr., was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated, possession of a Schedule I CDS, illegal use, consumption, possession, or distribution of CDS in the presence of persons under 17, possession of drug paraphernalia, and careless operation of a motor vehicle. Trial is set for March 7.

Nancy M. Sanders was charged with operating a vehicle while intoxicated and possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles. Her arraignment is to be reset.

Joshua Edward Smith was charged with domestic abuse battery. Trial is set for March 7.

Cherelle R. Tellis was charged with simple criminal damage to property under $500. Arraignment was passed to April 22.

Terry Lee Thomas was charged with simple assault. The bench warrant was recalled.

Michael Austin Vaughn was charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS. Trial is set for March 7.

Vickie Lynn Walker was charged with theft of goods under $500. Arraignment is continued until May 6.

Caleb Lee West was charged with second degree battery, simple escape, domestic abuse battery, and resisting an officer. Bond is set at $20,000.

Danny R. West entered a plea of guilty to operating a vehicle while intoxicated and an amended charge of no driver’s license. He was sentenced to 60 days in the Webster Parish Jail, one year of active supervised probation, and must pay $500 plus court costs within the first six months for the charge of operating a vehicle while intoxicated. He must pay $40 plus court costs or serve three days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served, for the charge of no driver’s license. The possession of alcoholic beverages in motor vehicles in motor vehicles charge was dismissed.

Timothy Brazil White entered a plea of not guilty to domestic abuse battery. Trial is set for March 18.

Latwan Terrell Winston was charged with domestic abuse aggravated assault and domestic abuse battery. Trial is set for March 7.

Jomichael L. Winzer was charged with unauthorized use of access card less than $500. Trial was continued until March 18.

Jannie Zeitz was charged with violation of leash law. Arraignment was continued until Feb. 26.

Gwendolyn Shea Barton was charged with theft of $750 or more but less than $5,000. Status hearing was continued until March 4, with trial set for April 25.

Jerry Bell was charged with simple arson. Review was reset for July 11, and he must begin making restitution by July 11.

Martin Burks was charged with possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids (second offense) and disturbing the peace. His probation violation hearing was reset for March 4. He was also charged with possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids (third offense) and obstruction of justice by tampering with evidence. His status hearing was reset for March 4.

Kelly D. Ely entered a plea of guilty to creation or operation of a clandestine laboratory and simple burglary. On the charge of creation or operation of a clandestine laboratory, she was sentenced to 10 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, all but one year suspended, credit for time served, four years of active supervised probation, and must pay $1,000 in fines plus court costs. On the charge of simple burglary, she was sentenced to 10 years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, all but one year suspended, four years of active supervised probation, must pay $1,000 in fines plus court costs. Fines are to be paid consecutively, and court costs are to be paid concurrently. Time is to be served concurrently.

Jerol Ewell was charged with theft of a motor vehicle amounting to a sum of $1,500 or more. His case was reassigned and his arraignment bond return date was reset for Feb. 12. Trial is set for May 9.

David Roshone Flournoy entered a plea of not guilty to resisting an officer and false imprisonment. Trial is set for April 8.

Tikilya S. Harris was charged with identity theft and theft of $5,000 or more but less than $25,000. Bond was reduced to $10,000.

Sawyer B. Harrison entered a plea of not guilty to possession of a firearm or carrying concealed weapon by a convicted felon. Status conference is set for March 4, with trial set for April 25.

Glen Holcomb entered a plea of not guilty to possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids (third offense). Status conference is set for March 21, with trial set for May 9.

John Anthony Hummel was charged with two counts of distribution of a Schedule II CDS. He is to be held until he completes the Steve Hoyle Program. Payment of probation fees are suspended while incarcerated. He will return to probation once completed.

Edward T. Johnson was charged with simple burglary. Arraignment bond return is continued until Feb. 12. Status conference is set for March 14, with trial set for May 5.

Leroy M. Johnson was charged with simple burglary. His arraignment was continued until Feb. 12. Status conference is set for March 14, with trial set for May 9.

Jason Jones entered a plea of not guilty to charges of two counts of possession of a Schedule II CDS, possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS, possession with intent to distribute a Schedule IV CDS, and illegal use/possession/control of weapons – crime of violence or CDS. Status conference is set for March 28, with trial set for April 25.

Dekiitricias C. Kennon entered a plea of not guilty to theft of $750 or more but less than $5,000. Status conference is set for March 21, with trial set for May 9.

Danna Lowe was charged with theft of $1,500 or more. Her sentencing hearing was passed to May 16 to allow her time to make full payment.

William D. McClendon entered a plea of not guilty to possession of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for March 21, with trial set for May 9.

Daniel Merritt was charged with attempted forgery. His review is reset for March 4.

DeMario T. Miller was charged with possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS. Status conference was reset for March 21, with trial set for April 25.

Cavashaie R. Mims was charged with possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. She completed her diversion program satisfactorily and her case was dismissed.

Adam Moss entered a plea of guilty to an amended charged of misdemeanor theft. He was sentenced to 90 days in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served for this charge only.

David Paul New was charged with engaging in business of contracting without authority. His status hearing was reset for May 16, with trial reset for June 20.

Mark D. Patterson was charged with two counts of possession of a Schedule II CDS, possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS, possession with intent to distribute a Schedule IV CDS, and illegal use/possession/control of weapons – crime of violence or CDS. His arraignment was reset for Feb. 12. Status conference is set for March 28, with trial set for April 25.

John T. Payne was charged with second degree battery and cruelty to juveniles. His status hearing was reset for March 21, with trial set for April 25.

Javontey Deundre Rabb entered a plea of not guilty to possession with intent to distribute a Schedule I CDS (marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids) and possession of a Schedule II CDS. Status conference is set for March 14, with trial set for May 9.

Jonathan Wayne Raney entered a plea of not guilty to aggravated criminal damage to property. Status conference is set for March 4, with trial set for April 25.

Barre Taylor Simpson was charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS and illegal possession of stolen things over $1,500. His bond was reduced to $2,500 for the first charge and $7,500 for the second. Remaining charges reduced to $250 each. Status conference is set for March 4, with trial set for April 25.

Voltaire Sullivan was charged with habitual offender law, possession with intent to distribute a counterfeit Schedule I CDS, and introducing contraband into or upon the grounds of any state correctional institution. Offer was rejected and trial is set for April 25.

Frederick Taylor was charged with aggravated battery. Status conferenced is set for March 21, with trial set for April 25.

Michael Waddell was charged with theft of $5,000 or more but less that $25,000 and simple criminal damage to property under $500. Disposition of pending charges is set for April 25.

Shalonda Webb was charged with forgery and issuing worthless checks. On the charge of forgery, she was sentenced to one year without hard labor, credit for time served. On the charge of issuing worthless checks, she was sentenced to six months in the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served. Sentences to run concurrent.

Cody Alan Weeks entered a plea of not guilty to two counts of simple burglary. Status conference is set for Feb. 17, with trial set for July 18.