District Court News for April 13 through 20

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District Court News April 13-20

Amy L. Ahlstrom, simple battery and child desertion. Waived formal arraignment, pled not guilty. Trial set for May 27.

Marcus Bedford, distribution of a Schedule I CDS. Waived formal arraignment, pled not guilty. Status conference set for June 7, with trial set for August 17.

Dericka Cole, possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids (misdemeanor). Withdrew not guilty plea. Pled guilty. To serve six months at the Webster Parish Jail, suspended. One year active supervised probation. Pay $500 plus court costs or 30 days in jail. $75 probation fee, community service work.

Rachal Coleman, theft of $500 or more, but less than $1,500, theft of goods under $500. Waived formal arraignment, pled not guilty. Recall bench warrant, set aside bond forfeiture. Status conference set for May 18 with trial set for Oct. 19.

Contrarrio M. Cornelius, three counts of possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS. Passed at defense’s request to June 19. Trial set for July 6.

Darkendrius Gipson, distribution of a Schedule II CDS, possession with intent to distribute a Schedule II CDS. Waived formal arraignment, pled not guilty. Status conference set for June 29. Trial set for August 17.

Verle Harris, entry on or remaining in places or on land after being forbidden, disturbing the peace by fighting, resisting officer by refusing to give identity. Bench warrant, bond forfeited. Total bond set at 12,000. Trial set for May 22.

Ryan Hoffman, theft of $750 or more, but less than $5,000, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, aggravated flight from an officer where human life is endangered. Waived formal arraignment, pled not guilty. Status conference set for June 22. Trial set for July 6.

Aretha L. Johnson, simple criminal damage to property valued at $500 or more but under $50,000, simple assault, simple battery, aggravated battery. Passed at defense’s request to April 24.

Clifton Lindsey, conspiracy to distribute a Schedule II CDS, possession of a Schedule II CDS. Passed at defense’s request to June 19. Trial set for Sept. 14.

Charles Adrian McDaniel, distribution of a Schedule I CDS. Sentenced to Louisiana Department of Corrections at hard labor, five years, four years suspended, five years active supervised probation. $75 probation fee, $1,000 fine plus court costs.

Allen T. Nation, operating a vehicle while intoxicated (third offense), reckless operation of a vehicle, operating a vehicle while license suspended/revoked/cancelled and failure to use a safety belt. Withdrew not guilty plea, pled guilty to DWI (second offense). Must pay $1,000 plus court costs or 30 days in jail. One-year active supervised probation. DUS dismissed and amended to no driver’s license on person. Must pay $100 plus court costs.

Allen T. Nation, theft of $500 or more, but less than $1,500. Withdrew not guilty plea. Pled guilty to misdemeanor theft. No restitution. Webster Parish Jail, three months credit for time served.

John F. Powell III, theft of $500 or more but less than $1,500. Withdrew not guilty plea. Pled guilty to misdemeanor theft, no restitution. Six months, three months suspended. Must pay $250 plus court costs or 15 days. $75 probation fee. 1 year active supervised probation with screens. Domestic abuse battery (first offense) with child present, withdrew not guilty plea. Pled guilty to disturbing the peace. Must pay $100 plus court costs or 15 days in jail within six months.

Brandon Randolph, simple burglary, unauthorized use of a movable valued in excess of $500, aggravated criminal damage to property, contributing to the delinquency of a minor, resisting an officer by flight and illegal possession of stolen things under $500. Waived formal arraignment, pled not guilty. Status conference is set for May 18. Trial set for Oct. 19.
Casey Wayne Rolen, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, passed at defendant’s request. Set for June 19.

Kimako Sills, domestic abuse battery – strangulation (first offense). Waived formal arraignment, pled not guilty. Status conference set for June 1, trial set for August 17.

Kabili Silver, distribution of a Schedule I CDS. Passed to April 24, at defense’s requested. Trial set for July 6.

Jakeena Thomas, unauthorized use of an access card, misdemeanor theft. Unauthorized use charge dismissed. Withdrew not guilty plea. Pled guilty. To serve six months, five months suspended at the Webster Parish Jail, credit for time served. Must pay $250 plus court costs or 10 days within six moths. Must attend theft diversion class. Six months active supervised probation.
Must pay $211.50 in restitution plus 15 percent DA prosecution. $75 probation fee and $300 to the public defender’s office for representation.

Christopher Lamar Washington, introducing contraband into or upon the grounds of any state correctional institution. Waived formal arraignment. Pled not guilty. Status conference is set for June 19. Trial is set for July 6.

Ronald F. Weems, possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids (second offense), withdrew not guilty plea. Pled guilty. Six months in Webster Parish Jail. Credit for time served. Attempted possession of a firearm or carrying concealed weapon by a convicted felon. Withdrew not guilty plea. Pled guilty. Sentencing set for July 20.

Braylon Lee Wembley, obstruction of justice by tampering with evidence and possession of marijuana or synthetic cannabinoids. Passed to May 4.

Francis Keith Wess, attempted distribution of a Schedule II CDS. Louisiana Department of Corrections at hard labor, five years suspended, five years active supervised probation. Must pay $1,000 plus court costs within 90 days or six months. Probation fee of $75.

Bobby Young, possession of a schedule II CDS. Waived formal arraignment, pled not guilty. Status conference set for May 18. Trial set for June 15.

John Jones, hearing for probation violation passed until June 19.

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