Marena A. Burroughs: Pled guilty to cruelty to juveniles. Sentenced to three years of active supervised probation, random drug screening, and parenting classes.

Matthew J. Jeter: Pled guilty to cruelty to juveniles. Sentenced to two years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended, three years of active supervised probation, monthly fee, random drug screenings, must pay $1,000 plus court costs within 24 months, and must take parenting classes.

Andrea Booth Moore: Pled guilty to aggravated battery. Sentenced to two years of hard labor at the Louisiana Department of Corrections, suspended, two years of active supervised probation, monthly fee, and must pay $1,000 plus court costs within 18 months.

Mark Tracy Patrick: Charged with theft of tools in excess of $1,500 or more. Status conference set for Jan. 11, 2016. Trial set for March 7, 2016.

Carey Tyjuan Eason: Charged with unauthorized entry of an inhabited dwelling. Status conference passed to Dec. 4. Trial set for March 7, 2016.

Tadazion Jackson: Charged with possession of a Schedule II CDS, possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids, and simple burglary. Probation revoked. Must serve original sentence, all time to run concurrent.

Antonica Johnson: Charged with improper supervision of a minor by parent or legal custodian. Bench warrant issued. Bond set at $5,000.

Roger Wayne Lindsey: Charged with two counts of second degree battery. Probation revoked. Must serve original sentence.

Eden Marie Miller: Charged with criminal mischief. Bench warrant issued. Bond set at $5,000.
Shane Reeve: Charged with second degree kidnapping. Status conference passed to Dec. 4. Trial set for March 7, 2016.

Albert Sneed, II: Pled guilty to domestic abuse battery. Sentenced to six months in Webster Parish Jail, suspended, one year of active supervised probation, monthly fee, 30 days in Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served, anger management, must pay $500 plus court costs within 90 days, three monthly payments, must pay full restitution for victim’s medical costs, and must have no contact with victim.

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